COSBY—If it’s a late-season turnaround the Cosby High Lady Eagles’ volleyball team is seeking, the last two weeks have them on the right track.
KNOXVILLE — Previously suspended sophomore cornerback Bryce Thompson will travel with Tennessee to Saturday’s SEC opener at Florida, though coach Jeremy Pruitt on Wednesday night tried to understate the freshman All-American’s potential impact.
GREENEVILLE—The South Atlantic Conference football season gets underway this Saturday afternoon when Tusculum University travels to Gaffney, South Carolina to take on Limestone College. Kick-off time from The Reservation is scheduled for 1 p.m. (ET).
NEWPORT—The first half of the 2019 campaign will conclude with yet another matchup against a top 10 team in the state for the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks.
JEFFERSON CITY—Lira Mathes' first career goal in the 84th minute proved to be the difference as the Carson-Newman Eagles defeated the No. 6 Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters at McCown Field Wednesday evening.
BRISTOL—Ben Delisle scored his second penalty kick goal of the afternoon less than two minutes into overtime as King University defeated Tusculum University 3-2 in non-conference men's soccer action Wednesday at Parks Field.
GREENEVILLE—The Tusculum University women's tennis team defeated King University 7-0 in the lone dual match of the fall season for the Pioneers Wednesday at the Nichols Tennis Complex.
JEFFERSON CITY—Facing a 1-0 deficit at the half, Carson-Newman completed a second half comeback bid to open South Atlantic Conference play with a 2-1 win over Lincoln Memorial under the lights of McCown Field on Wednesday night.
KNOXVILLE — The Tennessee baseball team last season reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2005, but its performance in the Chapel Hill Regional left it wanting more.
TAZEWELL—No. 25 Carson-Newman used a six-shot improvement on Tuesday from the first round to close out the State Farm Intercollegiate with a third-place finish on Tuesday at the Woodlake Golf Club.
JOHNSON CITY—Tusculum University’s Jeffery Perez shot a final round 65 (-7) to finish with 137 (-7) to win medalist honors at the 2019 Mars Hill University Invitational, which was held this week at the par-72, 6,402-yard Johnson City Country Club.
JOHNSON CITY—Tuesday’s final round action included a hole-in-one and culminated with a rally as the Tusculum University women’s golf team repeated as champions of the Mars Hill University Invitational.
GREENEVILLE—The Tusculum women's volleyball team came out with authority against UVa-Wise in its home-opener to earn the first of many conference wins of the season.
MARS HILL, N.C.—In a match filled with hitting errors, Carson-Newman seized control early but let the advantage slip through its grasp in its first road South Atlantic Conference test of the season losing 25-20, 27-29, 23-25 and 20-25 Tuesday evening at Chambers Gym.
GREENEVILLE—Tommy Arnett, the winningest tennis coach in Tusculum history will be inducted to the TU Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 5 as part of homecoming weekend festivities at Tennessee’s most historic university.
MORRISTOWN—The first year for head coach Mikayla Gregg of Cocke County has had its challenges to it, but she is finding ways to keep her team progressing.
TAZEWELL—With Maeve Cummins (Waringstown, Northern Ireland) holding a share of the lead through the first 18 holes of play on a round of 70, No. 25 Carson-Newman sits in third through Monday's first day of the State Farm Intercollegiate at the Woodlake Golf Club.
KNOXVILLE, Iowa—Jimmy Owens became just the second driver in the history of the Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals to win the $40,000 event in back-to-back years. The 47-year-old Tennessee veteran did the trick on Saturday night at Knoxville Raceway.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—Dejah Holman scored three goals to lead Nova Southeastern University to a 5-0 victory over Tusculum University in women's soccer action Sunday afternoon.
GREENEVILLE—West Alabama piled up 465 yards of total offense and scored 40 unanswered points in a 47-14 victory over Tusculum University Saturday night at Pioneer Field.
LAWRENCE, K.S.—Freshman Linda Ungerbock placed third in her first collegiate appearance and junior Casey Charles finished sixth in Carson-Newman's season opener at the CSCAA Open Water National Championships at Lone Star Lake in Lawrence, Kansas.
JEFFERSON CITY—Megan Oldenburger led all players with 12 kills leading Carson-Newman's .210 hitting percentage in a 25-14, 25-15 and 25-21 sweep of Tusculum Saturday afternoon at Holt Fieldhouse in South Atlantic Conference play.
CLEVELAND—Despite sitting in double-digit shooting for a third-straight match, Carson-Newman was unable to battle back from an early Lee goal, facing its first loss of the season in a 1-0 result at Lee Stadium on Saturday night.
KNOXVILLE — As he sat on the bus that took Tennessee’s football team to its season opener on Aug. 31, freshman running back Eric Gray felt something surreal.
NASHVILLE—Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program invites 4th through 12th graders from all corners of the state to come explore the shotgun shooting sports and try hitting a few targets on their own.
LAS VEGAS—Kyle Busch looked simultaneously relaxed in his hometown of Las Vegas on Thursday afternoon and ready to get after it. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs begin with Sunday’s South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (7 p.m. ET, NBCSN, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) and as…
GREENEVILLE—The Tusculum University football team will host its 2019 home-opener this Saturday night when the Pioneers take on 20th-ranked West Alabama at the Niswonger Sports Complex and Pioneer Field. This will be the inaugural meeting between the Pioneers and Tigers.
LAS VEGAS—After 26 races of hard-nosed determination and hard-knocks competition, the 16-driver field for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs is set and the drivers begin their final trophy hunt in Sunday’s South Point Casino 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (7 p.m. ET on NBCSN…
NEWPORT—The hits just keep coming for the Cocke County High Fighting Cocks football program, and this week isn’t going to get any easier.
KNOXVILLE — Citing that “he needs to be around the football team,” Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt on Wednesday reinstated sophomore cornerback Bryce Thompson.
KNOXVILLE — LaTrell Bumphus used to be responsible for blocking an edge rusher before he could get to the quarterback so imagine how different the Tennessee junior felt on Saturday night when he ran around the end himself to see BYU quarterback Zach Wilson ripe for a sack.
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga.—Five different players scored goals for Young Harris College as the fourth-ranked Mountain Lions defeated Tusculum University 5-0 in non-conference men's soccer action Wednesday night.
JEFFERSON CITY—Four-time All-South Atlantic Conference pick Jake Headrick has been added to the men's golf coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach, coach Randy Wylie announced Wednesday.
GATLINBURG—For the third consecutive season, the Cosby High School Lady Eagles soccer program is one victory away from achieving something never before done in the program’s short history.
ROCK HILL, S.C.—After a four-goal outing in Carson-Newman's 7-0 season-opening win over North Greenville, Tobias Solem Karlsen has been named the initial Player of the Week for the 2019 campaign from both the South Atlantic Conference and Tennessee Sports Writers Association, as announced on…
SPARTANBURG, S.C.—The Tusculum University women’s volleyball team came back from a two-set deficit to overpower Division I USC Upstate on Tuesday evening. The victory is the first time that the Pioneers have won against the Spartanburg team since the pair first played in 2000 and the first t…
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga.—Ellie Tomassoni scored the go-ahead goal midway through the second half as Tusculum University defeated Young Harris College 2-1 in non-conference women's soccer action Tuesday night.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Carson-Newman mike linebacker Rondrow Peebles completed the weekly awards trifecta Tuesday night when D2Football.com named the Knoxville, Tenn.-native its national defensive player of the week.