Local Colleges

The Tennessee Temple University volleyball team lost its first six matches this season under first-year coach Mary Willis but has won 17 of 22 since then and has been rewarded with a berth in the USCAA national tournament in northern New York.

Dalton State College announced last week a sponsorship exceeding $10,000 per year from the Tennessee Valley Division of Coca-Cola United (formerly Chattanooga Coca-Cola), joining FSG Bank as a major sponsor of Roadrunners athletics.

Senior Kaylene Chadwell and juniors Kayla Jones and Kelsey Coots give the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's tennis team three players in today's main-draw second round in the ITA Ohio Valley Regional in Knoxville.

The fourth annual 7 Bridges Marathon will begin at 7 a.m. Sunday from Coolidge Park and take runners across the Tennessee River six times.

DANIELSVILLE, Ga. — Northwest Whitfield continued its hope of three-peating as Class AAAA state champion with a 1-0 victory over Madison County in which BriLeigh Baggett pitched a three-hitter and the Lady Bruins made a hitless first-inning score hold up.

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga volleyball winning streak ended at four as the Mocs lost 3-0 Friday night in a Southern Conference match at Furman.

Silverdale Baptist Academy junior Lindsey Newell recently accepted a softball scholarship offer from NCAA Division II member Shorter University in Rome, Ga.

Chattanoogans Mike Jenkins and Hunt Gilliland will reprise their 2013 roles as captains in the Tennessee Challenge Cup Matches this Saturday and Sunday at Stonehenge Golf Club at Fairfield Glade near Crossville

Dade County High School and Chattanooga Cylones standout Nic Gaddis has committed to continue his baseball career at Jacksonville State University, which has won six Ohio Valley Conference championships and more OVC games than any other team in the last decade.

Carson-Newman seniors Rachel Harper and Kristen Pickett from Chattanooga-area high schools were the South Atlantic Conference volleyball honorees for last week's matches.

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's golf team is in third place out of 12 teams after two of three rounds in the AutoTrader.com Collegiate tournament at Duluth, Ga., and the Mocs' Liam Johnston is tied for second individually after shooting a 71 and a 67 on Monday at Berkeley Hills Country Club.

Chattanoogans Zan Guerry and Ned Caswell finished second Sunday in the USTA National Men's 50 Clay Court Championships doubles tournament in Sarasota, Fla.

Lindsey Sparks and Ricardo Pierre-Louis as All-American athletes, Ken Walston as a basketball player and coach and Dr. John Bratcher as a former men's and women's soccer coach will be inducted into the Lee University Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 7, and team physician and athletic training associate professor Dr. DeWayne Knight will be joining them as the recipient of the Meritorious Award.

Allie Davenport registered 17 kills and 13 digs as the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga volleyball team recorded its fourth victory in a row Saturday, 3-0 at Mercer, and rose to 4-2 in the Southern Conference.

Girls Preparatory School assistant tennis coach Meg Bandy and GPS freshman Maddox Bandy won the USTA National Mother Daughter Clay Court doubles championship Saturday in Port St. Lucie, Fla., with a 6-4, 6-2 defeat of Brooke Bolender and Melissa Travers of Delray Beach, Fla.

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