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SERVING THE BREVARD COLLEGE
Volume 74, Issue 21 COMMUNITY SINCE 1935 March 20, 2009
Shinohara takes the reins of
women's soccer program
by Gretchen Allie
Brevard College Athletic Department
recently hired Shigeyoshi Shinohara as the
new Women’s Soccer Coach.
After Liz Stojetz was let go in November,
the search for a new coach began. Shino
hara, who goes by Coach Sugar, was hired
in February. His first official day at Brevard
was March 16.
Sugar found Brevard College through
2008 Tornado Hall of Fame inductee for
Exceptional Coaching Joe Bartlinski.
Sugar said that he was interested in Brevard
College because he thought that the “school
will be a challenge”.
Sugar has come to Brevard from the Uni
versity of Montevallo, which is a Division
II school in Alabama. There, he was the
assistant coach for four seasons since 2005.
Before Montevallo, Sugar was a part of the
United Soccer Academy located in New
Jersey, where he was a full-time coach.
The BC Women’s Soccer team is very
excited to have Sugar as the new head
“I’m ready for his fresh ideas,” Freshman
Bailey Varley said. Kelly Harris, a junior,
said she was excited about Sugar because
“he’s eager to better himself as a coach”.
The team is currently in their non-cham-
pionship season, where they have time to
prepare for the fall. Sugar said that what
excites him most about coaching at Brevard
is that “the players here are so wilhng to go
to another level. "
In this issue...
What will become of the fountains? ... 2
Apology from the Cafeteria Caper 4
ARTS AND LIFE:
Tennis at the beach 3
Galloway hurls shutout 4
ODDS AND ENDS:
American Hero 8
Pop Culture Grid is back 8
Sign of the times- Tyler Hansbrough is
smarter than you! 8
Film festival coming to
campus this weekend
by Thomas Lide the Box Office at the Porter Center from
Staff Writer 10:30am to the time of the show.
The show includes footage of climbing
and adventurous expeditions. It is highly
recommended that anyone interested in
outdoor activities such as mountain bik
ing, climbing or kayaking attend the show
as they will certainly get their moneys
The Banff Mountain Film Festival World
Tour will be at the Porter Center at 7:30
p.m. tonight and tomorrow night.
Tickets will cost $10 for one show or
students can pay $15 to attend both. Any
one interested in buying a ticket can visit