About Our Department
At George Fox University, we’re taking a new approach to content generation and storytelling for Bruin Athletics that is helping us recruit athletes who are eager to help us pursue our vision of being the "team to beat" in Division III with the most formative athletic experience in the country.
The GF logo is the primary mark for the George Fox Athletic Department and the Bruin logo is the secondary mark. To download the George Fox logos click here. If you are using the George Fox logo in live stats or on a schedule, please use the following logo.
Media credentials are required for all 21 varsity sports. Please request credentials 72 hours in advance of the contest. Credentials are limited by space availability, and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact Seth Preuss with the following information:
- Sport you wish to cover
- Date of contest you wish to cover
- The media organization or department you represent
- Contact information for your assigning editor
All interviews with George Fox athletes and coaches should be arranged through the sports marketing office. Members of the media wishing to conduct phone interviews must supply a number for the student-athlete to contact the reporter. Phone numbers of student-athletes will not be released. You must contact this office before contacting athletes and coaches.
On-site post-game interviews should be arranged through the Sports Marketing representative of the contest you are covering. A brief period for coaches and athletes to cool down will be observed.
At George Fox, students are not just a number. You are known by name. Our professors and staff connect with students in authentic ways – personally, academically and spiritually – and opportunities abound for students to thrive in a supportive community that encourages academic rigor and spiritual growth. Our 13-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio allows for plenty of personal attention in the classroom.
Enrollment: 3,931 (2015-16)
President: Robin Baker, PhD
Colors: Old Gold, Navy Blue
Nickname: Bruins (1890s-1950; 1970-present)
Mascot: Bruins (reinstated in 1970)
Notable Alumni: Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States, attended Friends Pacific Academy (precursor to George Fox). Richard Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline, named by Christianity Today as one of the top 10 religious books of the 20th century. Peggy Fowler, former CEO of Portland General Electric. Pat Casey, the head baseball coach who led Oregon State University to two national titles. "Coach" Ken Carter, the high school basketball coach who inspired 2005 Coach Carter movie starring Samuel L. Jackson.
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