GREENSBORO, N.C. — Freshman Raven Dean made the go-ahead basket and sophomore Tianna Tarter sealed the win at the foul line as East Tennessee State’s women’s basketball team picked up an 80-77 Southern Conference victory over UNC Greensboro on
MILLIGAN COLLEGE — The Milligan College men’s basketball team has been looking for a third scorer to compliment Kurt Brooks and Julian Bailey all season.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Ryan Rosburg scored 21 points with five rebounds, shooting 8-for-9 from the field, as Missouri snapped a nine-game losing streak, beating Tennessee 75-64 Saturday.
MILLIGAN COLLEGE — The Point University women’s basketball walked into Steve Lacy Fieldhouse and stole a win from the 21st-ranked NAIA, Division II team in the nation on Saturday, and the heist could be best described as an inside job.
Who would ever think something as simple as a uniform number could be a soothing balm to someone’s aching heart?
ELIZABETHTON — It wasn’t exactly the most beautiful basketball game ever played, but it was more like an action-packed movie full of twists and turns.
ELIZABETHTON — A senior salute came in the form of a 3-point parade.
East Tennessee State University basketball coach Steve Forbes readily admits he knows the importance of the game each time his team takes on Chattanooga.
Kayla Marosites is back on the short list.
NASHVILLE — One word kept coming up over and over in Holly Warlick’s post-game press conference - finish.
T.J. Cromer and Ge’Lawn Guyn have had a knack for coming through at the biggest moments for the East Tennessee State University basketball team all season.
CULLOWHEE, N.C. — Sophomore Tianna Tarter’ fast-break lay-up gave East Tennessee State’s women’s basketball team a 45-43 win over Western Carolina and the program’s 600th victory on Thursday night at the Ramsey Regional Activity Center.
The Johnson City Press All-Northeast Tennessee wrestling team:
Sam Oatman always hoped his career path would lead him into coaching basketball. He just never thought it would lead him to Australia.
NEW YORK — Peyton Manning had a little fun with little brother Eli’s sad face at the Super Bowl during an appearance on NBC’s “Tonight Show.”