EDITOR'S NOTE: This is one of a five-part series on the 2019 class of the ETSU Athletics Hall of Fame that will be inducted during a ceremony Friday night at the Carnegie Hotel.
Twenty years seems like a long time in the coaching world, but for Milligan head track and cross country coach Chris Layne it seems like yesterday he was helping start the program.
The East Tennessee State University Athletics Hall of Fame has picked a powerhouse five for its 2019 class.
Ray Flynn is the most decorated runner in East Tennessee State history and the leader of the legendary “Irish Brigade,” a group of runners brought to Johnson City by the Bucs’ Hall of Fame track and cross country coach Dave Walker.
There’s not much that is harder to cope with than having the use of your legs taken away from you.
ELIZABETHTON — Class No. 10 was inducted into the Carter County Sports Hall of Fame this past weekend at the Tennessee Center of Applied Technology.
The accolades keep on coming for Science Hill freshman sensation Jenna Hutchins, who can’t yet drive.
A little over two weeks after setting the Tennessee state record in the one mile at Music City Distance Carnival in Nashville, Science Hill freshman track sensation Jenna Hutchins will face one more test on Saturday evening against a national
Updated Jun 14, 2019 at 2:24 PM
Fifteen NAIA All-Americans. Fourteen national championship appearances. Seven NAIA top-25 finishes. Three national champions.
Daniel Boone won more games than any softball team in the state, and Megan Ackerman seemed to be front and center in nearly all of those victories.
Spring Fling was once again a rousing success for the TSSAA, but the organization needs to take a close look at the baseball format.
GULF SHORES, Ala.—The third and final day of the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships was much to Milligan’s liking.
MURFREESBORO — Happy Valley’s Natalie Newsome had plenty of firsts at the TSSAA small schools track & field state championships Friday at Middle Tennessee State University.
MURFREESBORO — The latest showdown between Jenna Hutchins and Sasha Neglia had the crowd in a frenzy at the TSSAA large schools state track and field championships.
Science Hill, Elizabethton and University High’s baseball teams apparently didn’t like the way things finished last year, as they are all back for another shot at a state championship.