KINGSPORT — It was a good-news, bad-news type of day for Milligan’s softball team on Friday.
Milligan track and field coach Chris Layne couldn’t be much happier coming off of last weekend’s Appalachian Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
There was a time not too long ago when the Appalachian Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships were merely an afterthought.
With a conference championship there for the taking, the Milligan men’s golf team didn’t squander a golden opportunity.
The Milligan women’s golf team weathered the storm at the Appalachian Athletic Conference Spring Championship and came away with a runner-up finish.
The Milligan College Classic is set to roll off this Saturday morning, and there is plenty on the line for the homestanding Buffs.
The men’s volleyball team at Milligan toils away in relative obscurity.
Kelly Essler has proven herself to be a masterful recruiter since taking over as Milligan’s swimming program prior to this season.
For high school basketball fans in our area, the Arby’s Classic is like a bountiful holiday feast.
The Milligan men’s basketball team started the new year off with a 91-86 win over Allen University on Tuesday night in Columbia, South Carolina.
Milligan swim coach Kelly Essler entered the fall with an ambitious goal to double the size of her swim team.
The month of December brings with it an awkward midseason pause for Milligan’s swim team.
Coming off a trip to the NAIA National Championships, Milligan cross country coach Chris Layne is pleased with the journey his program concluded at the finish line in Elisah, Illinois, last Saturday.
After a banner regular season, the Milligan volleyball team took home plenty of awards from the Appalachian Athletic Conference banquet on Wednesday.
A disastrous third quarter spelled doom for the Milligan women’s basketball team in their season-opener against Pikeville on Tuesday night.