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COSBY—It took a couple of trips to the foul line, but Bralyn McGaha got the three points she needed to join Cosby’s 1,000-point club. And then she added a 3-pointer.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—Rae Burrell poured in 15 points in the fourth quarter to pull UT within four in the final minutes, but it wasn’t enough to overcome No. 22 Arkansas on road in an 83-75 setback Thursday night at Bud Walton Arena.

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FRISCO, Texas—Tennessee junior offensive lineman Trey Smith was named the 2020 Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year by a subset of the award’s Board of Directors on Tuesday night at the Star in Frisco, the practice facility of the Dallas Cowboys.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Carson-Newman swim head coach Jordan Taylor received his first-ever Bluegrass Mountain Conference Coach of the Year Award after his team finished third at the Conference Championships.

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AUSTIN, Texas—Tusculum University student-athletes Trenton Gibson and Caleb Hodnett have been named to the 2019-2020 NCAA Division II Academic All-District 3 Men’s Basketball first team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

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KNOXVILLE — A seven-minute, 48-second stretch midway through the second half was enough to propel Tennessee to a 65-61 victory over in-state rival Vanderbilt on Tuesday, but everything sandwiched around it caused a stir.

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NASHVILLE—Carson-Newman freshman third baseman Shannon Smith (Channahon, Ill.) has been named the Tennessee Sportswriters Association State Player of the Week, the organization announced Tuesday afternoon.

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SEVIERVILLE—Wes Maples backed up his District 2-AAA Most Valuable Player honors. Jonathan Zhao-Olmos helped him send Sevier County into the postseason on a high note.

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GREENEVILLE—Juliette Cusano scored five of her six goals in the first half, including three straight during an 8-0 run, as Tusculum University routed Tennessee Wesleyan University 20-6 in non-conference women's lacrosse action Monday afternoon at Pioneer Field.

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BARBERVILLE, Fla.—For the third consecutive night, Jimmy Owens captured the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series main event at Volusia Speedway Park’s DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard Ford.

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JEFFERSON CITY—Kayla Marosites became the fifth player in Carson-Newman history to record 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds helping the Lady Eagles to knock Catawba from first place in the South Atlantic Conference standings Saturday at Holt Fieldhouse in a 96-86 win.

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GREENEVILLE—Bryson Ford went 4-for-6 with a pair of doubles and a triple, while Trey Hinton tied the Tusculum University single-game record for stolen bases as the Pioneers swept a baseball doubleheader over Gannon University Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Park.

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PHILIPPI, W. Va.—The Tusculum men's volleyball team showed no love on Valentine’s Day to IVA-foe Alderson Broaddus, sweeping the Battlers handily on a .339 hitting clip.

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DUE WEST, S.C.—The Tusculum University softball team picked up its sixth win of the season, an eight-inning affair against Erskine, after falling earlier in the day to No. 5 Young Harris. The Bearcat/Fleet Invitational wrapped up on Saturday with the Pioneers going 2-2 in the two-day tournament.

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ANDERSON, S.C.—Anderson University moved into sole possession of first place in the South Atlantic Conference as the Trojans edged Tusculum University 54-51 in a SAC women's basketball showdown Saturday afternoon at the Abney Athletic Center.

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JEFFERSON CITY—Carson-Newman (9-15, 6-12 South Atlantic Conference) got within five after rallying from a 23-point deficit, but didn't score in the final 6:57 as Catawba (18-6, 13-5 SAC) won its seventh consecutive game 74-61 Saturday afternoon at Holt Fieldhouse.

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KNOXVILLE — Davonte Gaines and Olivier Nkamhoua have endured a trial by fire this season, but the two freshmen are finally blossoming just as Tennessee attempts to make a late-season push for the NCAA Tournament.

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BATON ROUGE, La.—The No. 25 Lady Vols pulled within one but couldn’t overcome a 26-point fourth-quarter surge by LSU, falling 75-65 Thursday night at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

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GREENEVILLE—Trenton Gibson scored in double figures for a seventh straight game to lead the Tusculum University men’s basketball team to an 80-66 South Atlantic Conference victory over Mars Hill University Wednesday night at Pioneer Arena.

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JEFFERSON CITY—Carson-Newman shot 55 percent from the field and drilled 16 three-pointers producing a third straight win Wednesday night at Holt Fieldhouse blowing out Lenoir-Rhyne 102-66 in a South Atlantic Conference tussle.