The 2012 men's and women's USA Cycling time trial champions were injured in separate accidents Friday and will be unable to defend their titles when the Volkswagen USA Cycling Professional Championships come to Chattanooga next weekend.
The shorthanded Chattanooga Football Club squad lost to a new National Premier Soccer League member, the Gulfcoast Texans, 1-0 on Saturday night in Pensacola, Fla.
Numbers are going up at the Signal Mountain Invitational.
Fresh off a hard-to-swallow overtime loss Tuesday in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup, the Chattanooga Football Club is back on the road tonight in its return to National Premier Soccer League play.
In deciding what university she was going to transfer to, Chadarryl Clay also chose to become more detail-oriented in determining what she considered a good fit.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's golf team needs to climb the leaderboard up north to play for the national championship back in the South. UTC shot a 20-over-par 304 in the first round of the NCAA Columbus Regional at the Ohio State Scarlet Course on Thursday.
The nationally third-ranked Lee University softball team will end its NAIA affiliation next week in the 10-team national championship tournament after defeating 14th-ranked Olivet Nazarene 16-8 Wednesday afternoon for the championship of the Opening Round series hosted by Lee at Butler Field.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Chattanooga Football Club's stay in the 100th U.S. Open Cup was a short one, though there was nothing short about its first-round game Tuesday night at Macpherson Stadium.
The NAIA will have a new baseball champion this year.
The Chattanooga Football Club kicked off its fifth season Saturday night at Finley Stadium.
Chattanooga's Wesley Cash now has won five USTA men's 55 doubles national championships in a row.
The Chattanooga Football Club's fourth season ended last July in San Diego with a loss in the National Premier Soccer League championship game. Year five for the local men's amateur side begins at 7:30 tonight at Finley Stadium.
Chattanooga's Wesley Cash is one match away from repeating as a United States Tennis Association national 55s indoor doubles champion, but with a different partner from last year.
Senior soccer player Clair Lanter from Soddy-Daisy and baseball pitcher David Eskew received the 2013 Charles Paul Conn Athlete of the Year awards at Lee University.
Chattanooga State will not be repeating as NJCAA national softball champion, but Lady Tigers sophomore Lacye Walker from Grace Academy was the 2013 TCCAA most valuable player after the team's third-place league finish.