ROCK HILL, S.C.—The Tusculum University softball team has been picked to finish 10th for the second consecutive year, as revealed in the 2020 edition of the South Atlantic Conference Coaches' Poll. Additionally, junior second baseman Brittney Franse earned second-team laurels, her first care…
ROCK HILL, S.C.—With 115 points and one first-place vote, Carson-Newman's softball program has been picked to finish second by the coaches of the South Atlantic Conference, the league office announced Wednesday afternoon.
ROCK HILL, S.C.—Carson-Newman outfielder Abby Fiessinger (Benton, Ky.), utility/pitcher Lacie Rinus (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) and catcher KaraLynne Levi (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) have been named to the South Atlantic Conference's preseason all-league teams, the conference office announced Wednesday …
JEFFERSON CITY—Senior Caleb Howell (Easley, S.C.) received his third Bluegrass Mountain Conference Male Swimmer of the Week Award after his performance in C-N's tri-meet against Emmanuel and SCAD on Jan. 18 in Franklin Springs, Georgia.
JEFFERSON CITY—Junior CJ Jensen (Copenhagen, Denmark) has been named the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Female Swimmer of the Week Award after her performance in C-N's tri-meet against Emmanuel and SCAD on Jan. 18 in Franklin Springs, Georgia.
ROCK HILL, S.C.—Tusculum University distance runner Nicole McMillen has been named the AstroTurf South Atlantic Conference Women's Indoor Track & Field Runner of the Week for the week ending Jan. 19, the SAC office announced Monday.
ROCK HILL, S.C.—The Tusculum University baseball team is picked to finish fifth in the 2020 South Atlantic Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll announced league officials Monday. TU senior second baseman Daulton Martin was also named to the Preseason All-SAC Baseball team which was also releas…
ROCK HILL, S.C.—Three Carson-Newman Eagles were named to preseason All-South Atlantic Conference teams Monday announced by the league. Jordan Griffin and Tyler Thompson earned nods on the first team in the outfield and Mike Wroth picked up a second team slot as a designated hitter.
ROCK HILL, S.C.—With the start of baseball season knocking on the door, the South Atlantic Conference released its preseason poll Monday placing Carson-Newman sixth, the same position the club wrapped up the 2019 regular season.
GREENEVILLE—A 20-0 second-quarter run and a 15-0 third-quarter surge propelled Tusculum University to a 77-57 victory over Wingate University in South Atlantic Conference women's basketball action Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Arena.
NEWBERRY, S.C.—Newberry (10-6, 6-4 South Atlantic Conference) got a combined 47 points from two players while Carson-Newman (6-10, 3-7 SAC) was held to its second lowest shooting percentage of the season in an 80-63 loss to the Wolves at Eleazer Arena Saturday afternoon.
COLUMBIA, S.C.—All-American Nicole McMillen set a Tusculum University and South Atlantic Conference record in the women's 5,000 meters Saturday at the Gamecock Opener track and field meet, hosted by the University of South Carolina.
GREENEVILLE—The Tusculum University men’s basketball team opened the game with a 26-8 run and led wire-to-wire as the Pioneers defeated Wingate University 75-53 Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Arena.
FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga.—The Carson-Newman swim team took down the Savannah College of Art and Design and Emmanuel on the women's side and defeated SCAD on the men's end in a tri-meet in the Peach State.
NEWBERRY, S.C.—Rolling out a new starting five for the first time since November, Carson-Newman's starters went 24-for-49 from the field scoring 72 points in a 78-59 road victory at Eleazer Arena against Newberry Saturday in South Atlantic Conference play.
JEFFERSON CITY—Sydney Wilson scored all of her 17 points in the second half, including the 1,000th of her career and the go-ahead basket in the final minute, as Tusculum University rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Carson-Newman University 71-66 in South Atlantic Conference women's bas…
JEFFERSON CITY—Carson-Newman (6-9, 3-6 South Atlantic Conference) stiff-armed Tusculum (10-7, 5-4 SAC) through a late rally to snap a four-game losing streak and collect a 72-68 win over the Pioneers Wednesday night inside Holt Fieldhouse.
NASHVILLE—A day after winning her fourth career South Atlantic Conference Player of the Week, Kayla Marosites was named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week for her efforts in victories over Lenoir-Rhyne and Queens to bring Carson-Newman's winning streak to five.
GREENEVILLE—The Tusculum men’s volleyball team face another in-state foe on Tuesday night. Lincoln Memorial came to town and downed the Pioneers in straight sets.
NEW ORLEANS—Fresh off of claiming a school record and an automatic national qualifying time in the 60-meter dash, junior sprinter Devon Moore has been awarded the National Athlete of the Week by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCA) Tuesday.
JOHNSON CITY—Junior sprinter Devon Moore set a new school record in the 60-meter dash with a time of 6.71 seconds to secure first place during the second and final day of the ETSU Invitational.
JEFFERSON CITY—The Carson-Newman swim team won every single event against Bluegrass Mountain Conference rival Mars Hill in a 319-82 dual-meet victory on Senior Day.
HARTSVILLE, S.C.—The Coker University men’s basketball team out-scored Tusculum University 37-14 in the second half including 27-8 in the final 12:35 as the Cobras rallied to a 67-58 South Atlantic Conference victory Saturday afternoon at the DeLoach Center.
JEFFERSON CITY—No. 24 Queens (11-3, 6-2 South Atlantic Conference) staved off a late Carson-Newman (5-9, 2-6 SAC) rally and both teams weathered an hour-long power outage in an 84-72 win for the Royals Saturday afternoon at Holt Fieldhouse.
GREENEVILLE—The Tusculum University men’s volleyball team split a pair of matches Saturday as part of a tri-match, including the program’s first-ever win. The Black and Orange move to 1-2 on the young season.
HARTSVILLE, S.C.—Jalia Arnwine matched her career high with 19 points and Mia Long scored 15 of her 18 points in the second half as Tusculum University defeated Coker University 75-63 Saturday afternoon in South Atlantic Conference women's basketball action at the DeLoach Center.
JEFFERSON CITY—Addison Byrd and Braelyn Wykle combined for 45 points and went 17-for-24 from the field and 9-for-14 from deep in an 89-63 victory for Carson-Newman over Queens Saturday at Holt Fieldhouse in South Atlantic Conference action.
JEFFERSON CITY—Carson-Newman Vice President of Athletics Matt Pope introduced associate head coach and 1997 alumnus Mike Clowney as Carson-Newman football’s 19th head coach during a press conference Wednesday morning at the Ken Sparks Athletic Complex.
MARS HILL, N.C.—Mars Hill’s Ja’Shawn Brooks hit the game-winning three-pointer with 0.4 seconds left to give the Lions a 67-66 win over visiting Tusculum Wednesday night at Stanford Arena.
GREENEVILLE—It has been 475 days since the addition of the Tusculum’s men’s volleyball program was announced and the Pioneers finally took to the court on Wednesday night. The team faced the King University Tornado in the program’s first-ever match, but the in-state foe squeaked out a narrow…
MARS HILL, N.C.—Tusculum University tied a school record with 18 three-pointers as the Pioneers rolled to a 94-59 victory over Mars Hill University in South Atlantic Conference women's basketball action at Stanford Arena Wednesday evening.
HICKORY, N.C.—Carson-Newman shot 50 percent from the floor in the first 10 minutes of the game and led by as many as 30 points in an 82-60 wire-to-wire win over Lenoir-Rhyne at Shuford Gym Wednesday evening in South Atlantic Conference play.
HICKORY, N.C.—Carson-Newman (5-8, 2-5 SAC) coughed up three turnovers in the final 120 seconds to erase any chances of a late-game comeback in an 85-80 loss at Lenoir-Rhyne (7-5, 3-4 SAC) Wednesday night at Shuford Gym.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—The Carson-Newman swim team defeated the Lynn University Fighting Knights 146.5 to 96.5 on the women's side and 153 to 89 on the men's end in their first official event of the spring season.
GREENEVILLE—Tusculum University junior Brandon Mitchell recorded career-highs 17 rebounds and six blocked shots to go along with his game-high 18 points as the Pioneers led wire-to-wire in a 70-54 South Atlantic Conference win over Anderson University Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Arena.
GREENEVILLE—Alexy Mollenhauer matched her career high with 30 points and added 12 rebounds to lead 19th-ranked Anderson University to a 56-47 win over Tusculum University in South Atlantic Conference women's basketball action Saturday at Pioneer Arena.
SALISBURY, N.C.—Kelci Marosites converted the game-tying foul shot at the end of regulation and Kayla Marosites had a shot block and game-winning free throw in overtime to knock 19th-ranked Catawba from the undefeated ranks in a 69-68 Carson-Newman overtime win at Goodman Gym Saturday.
SALISBURY, N.C.—Carson-Newman (5-7, 2-4 South Atlantic Conference) coughed up 22 turnovers and Catawba (10-2, 5-1 South Atlantic Conference) pounced to collect a 98-91 win over the Eagles Saturday afternoon at Goodman Gym.
JEFFERSON CITY—Mars Hill (6-5, 4-1 South Atlantic Conference) knocked down 58 percent of its shots after halftime and used an 8-0 run to hand Carson-Newman (5-6, 2-3 SAC) a 99-90 loss Wednesday night at Holt Fieldhouse.
GREENEVILLE—Tusculum rallied from a 10-point second half deficit and closed out the game with 13-3 run in the final 3:40 as the Pioneers defeated league-newcomer UVa-Wise 86-84 Wednesday night in South Atlantic Conference men’s basketball action from Pioneer Arena.
GREENEVILLE—Sydney Wilson scored a career-high 28 points as Tusculum University rallied from a 14-point deficit in the second half to defeat UVa-Wise 89-85 Wednesday night in South Atlantic Conference women's basketball action at Pioneer Arena.
WICHITA FALLS, Texas—Carson-Newman linebacker Rondrow Peebles (Knoxville, Tenn.) and corner Desmond Fairell (Miami, Fla.) have been presented All-America honors by both the Division II Conference Commissioners Association and the Associated Press.
BANNER ELK, N.C.—Quay Kimble scored a game-high 27 points and Andrew Gardner added 20 markers to lead the Lees-McRae men’s basketball team to an 87-75 non-conference win over visiting Tusculum Thursday night at Williams Gymnasium. The Bobcats (8-2) remain undefeated at home this year (6-0) a…
DENVER—Four years ago, Carson-Newman volleyball hit rock bottom. The 2016 freshman class did not waver in their commitment to the sport and realized the dream in 2019 doing something no other team in school history had ever done, win two tournament trophies in the same season.
ROCK HILL, S.C.—The postseason accolades continue to pour in for Kensho Yoshikoshi, newly tabbed with South Atlantic Conference Men's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors, as announced by the league on Wednesday.
SALEM, Va.—Freshman Christian Shouse (Jacksboro, Tenn.) placed first in the 60-meter dash, long jump and high jump to in a dominating first-day performance during the Bast-Cregger Invitational.
WINGATE, N.C.—Providing another strong offensive match with the Orange and Blue fans out in force, third-seeded Carson-Newman punched a ticket to the Southeast Region finals for the second time in five years beating seventh-seeded Flagler 25-19, 25-22, 21-25 and 25-23 Friday evening at Cuddy…
PEMBROKE, N.C.—A total of six Eagles, four on the first team and two on the second, have earned All-Region accolades from the Division II Conference Commissioner's Association, the organization announced Friday afternoon.
GREENEVILLE—The Tusculum University softball team will play 56 regular season games, including 22 South Atlantic Conference contests with the release of the 2020 schedule.
PEMBROKE, N.C.—Tusculum University cornerback Dee Alford has been named to the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association (D2CCA) All-Super Region 2 Football first team.
WINGATE, N.C.—In perhaps the most balanced team effort of the season, third-seeded Carson-Newman won an opening round match for the fifth time in the last six trips Thursday at Cuddy Arena in front of a pro-Eagle contingent over sixth-seeded Anderson 26-24, 25-22 and 25-20 to advance to the …