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.
University of Tennessee All-American and NFL superstar Reggie White of Chattanooga will be honored by the Pro Football of Fame and Allstate Insurance Company next Monday morning at his high school alma mater, Howard, as part of the "Hometown Hall of Famers" national program.
Even though Sunday turned into a beautiful day, the Gulf South Conference baseball tournament was unable to resume due to unplayable conditions at AT&T Field and Chattanooga State.
A handful of golfers with morning tee times for the Cleveland Invitational warmed up on the range and in the rain Saturday.
The six remaining teams in the Gulf South Conference baseball tournament never got a chance to take the field Saturday due to the heavy rainfall. When the event resumes is unclear because more rain is expected today.
Former University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and NFL offensive lineman Curtis Rouse died Friday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. The Clarksville resident was 52.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga sophomore Agathe Sauzon from Valence, France, was the Southern Conference women's golfer of the month for April, when she had two top-10 finishes in tournaments in her first semester with the program.
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Max Aeschlimann looked right at home on the mound at AT&T Field on Thursday. Of course, he'd been there before
Whether in urban areas, such as Brainerd Golf Course, or part of a state park like the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay, golf courses are part of the ecological system.
Lee University's Dominique Hannah was voted softball player of the year in the Southern States Athletic Conference, and Laurel Allen and Ana Coscorrosa from the East Division-winning Lady Flames joined her on the all-conference first team.
Carson-Newman University center Kevin Day from Soddy-Daisy High School followed up a host of honors from his senior football season by being named the school's overall male athlete of the year.
Lee University shortstop Josh Silver and outfielder Derrick Pitts joined pitchers Andy Hillis and Jose Samayoa on the All-Southern States Athletic Conference baseball first team for 2013, and Flames pitchers Myles Smith and Clint Terry, catcher Danny Canela, designated hitter/outfielder Corey Davis and infielder Mark Silva made the second team.
Tennessee Tech junior first baseman Zach Stephens from Soddy-Daisy was the Ohio Valley Conference baseball player of the week after batting .500 (8-for-16) with two home runs, two doubles, seven RBIs and three runs scored in four victories last week.
Marion County's Hannah Morrison signed scholarship papers last week and will continue her softball career at Carson-Newman College.