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C-N Soccer Assistant Hewitt to Helm Owens Women’s Program

C-N Soccer Assistant Hewitt to Helm Owens Women’s Program

Former Carson-Newman assistant soccer coach Kenny Hewitt has been named the head women’s soccer coach for the Owens College Express.  “We had a very qualified candidate pool for this position, and it was clear from our initial interviews that Kenny really stood out from the rest,” Owens Director of Athletics Rudy Yovich said. “He is [...]

Freeman Adds to Postseason Track Laurels with Academic All-District Honor

Freeman Adds to Postseason Track Laurels with Academic All-District Honor

Carson-Newman track and field junior thrower Randall Freeman (Ooltewah, Tenn.) has tallied a CoSIDA Academic All-District accolade to his athletic and academic resumes.   Freeman was an all-region performer in the shot put and javelin in addition to holding a 3.8 GPA as a graphic design major.  Freeman finished fifth in the region for both [...]

ETSU to Host First “Friday Night Lights” Football Camp for High School Athletes

ETSU to Host First “Friday Night Lights” Football Camp for High School Athletes

ETSU football head coach Carl Torbush and the Buccaneers’ coaching staff are inviting high school players to an on-campus camp this  Friday night, June 6th at the ETSU/MSHA Athletic Center. High school players who are entering grades 9th through 12th are eligible to participate in the camp, which will run from 6 to 9 p.m. [...]

Are You a Wannabe Babysitter?

Learn what it takes to be a babysitter by attending the Babysitting R.O.C.K.S. training program for youth ages 12 and up. This fun, activity filled training will focus on different aspects of babysitting- from learning what activities to do with children of any age to knowing what to do with the money that you earn. [...]

Bauder Earns CoSDA Academic All-Disrict Accolade

Bauder Earns CoSDA Academic All-Disrict Accolade

Carson-Newman track and field’s Anna Bauder collected an academic All-District honor from CoSIDA to become C-N’s fourth all-district honoree this season.  Bauder is a junior sprinter and history major with a 3.92 grade point average.  She Had her best time of her career in the 55-meter dash during indoor season with a 7.43 at Appalachian [...]

Wahl Earns All-Region Honor; Bucs’ National Ranking Sets New High for ETSU Women’s Golf

Wahl Earns All-Region Honor; Bucs’ National Ranking Sets New High for ETSU Women’s Golf

Though the season may be over, the ETSU women’s golf team continues to get good news. Last week, junior Gabriella Wahl (Heidenheim, Germany) was named to the Women’s Golf Coaches Association’s All-Region team, earning a spot on the east squad thanks to her fabulous play throughout the year – in particular during both the NCAA [...]

Tennessee Student-Athletes Post 3.03 GPA in Spring 2014 Semester

Tennessee Student-Athletes Post 3.03 GPA in Spring 2014 Semester

For the third consecutive semester overall and the third consecutive spring semester, University of Tennessee student-athletes have posted a collective GPA above 3.0, finishing the Spring 2014 semester with a 3.03 GPA. For the first time in school history, as many as 12 teams have recorded a GPA of 3.0 or higher, one more than [...]

Boys and Girls Youth Soccer Clinic Two Weeks Away, June16-19, 2014

Carson-Newman soccer and Captain U national coach of the year Richard Moodie have a clinic for children ages 4-12 set from June 16-19 in Jefferson City, Tenn. at McCown Field.  The clinic is 99 dollars and includes a camp shirt and certificate, as well as a guarantee of 100 percent fun.  The clinic is geared [...]

Hensley Garners All-American Honor from Daktronics

Hensley Garners All-American Honor from Daktronics

Carson-Newman softball leftfielder Kelli Hensley (Knoxville, Tenn.) has been named to the Daktronics’ honorable mention All-American team.  Daktronics’ All-American teams are voted on by college’s sports information directors nationwide.    Hensley only set the South Atlantic Conference and school records for hits in a single season with 92.  In the process, she batted .492, the [...]

Chick-fil-A Announces Future Carson-Newman Univsersity Campus Location

Students at Carson-Newman University and members of the Jefferson City community will be able to “Eat More Chicken” when a new Chick-fil-A(r) restaurant opens on campus later this summer inside the Maddox Student Activities Center. Construction began May 27 on the new location inside the activities center at 2130 Banner Avenue in Jefferson City. The [...]

Corker Statement on the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

Corker Statement on the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, released the following statement honoring the 70th anniversary of D-Day: “Thousands of Americans were called to serve during World War II, and they met that call with honor, dignity and courage. We owe tremendous gratitude to the Greatest Generation and the many Tennesseans [...]

Nature at a Safe Distance

Nature at a Safe Distance

Few things excite tourists and locals as much as a black bear sighting, and if it happens to include a mother bear and her cubs it is just that much better. Experts estimate that there are in excess of 7,000 black bears in Tennessee and that number is likely to grow. With black bears experiencing [...]

Clash of Addiction

Clash of Addiction

My daughter recently introduced me to an app called “Clash of Clans.” When I say introduced, I mean it roughly the same way sugar was introduced into Western culture, South American drug cartels introduced addicts to their product, and small pox was introduced to the Aztecs. I am now convinced that civilization as we know [...]

Cauliflower Gouda Soup

Cauliflower Gouda Soup

I sure wish I could take credit for coming up with this recipe idea. I was searching online for a new soup to try and came across this amazing recipe from Splendid Low-Carbing by Jennifer Eloff. Cauliflower is such a versatile vegetable – you can eat it raw with Ranch dressing, mash it like you [...]

Blending Fashion Levels

Blending Fashion Levels

Darlings, I love the most elite fashion designers; in fact, I have a passion for them. But one must be extremely wealthy to wear the most elite designers from dawn to dark everyday. I am talking about the really haute designers that cost a fortune. There is a way to way to achieve the look [...]

Tusculum Softball Summer Youth Camp, June 16-18, 2014

The Tusculum College softball program has announced the dates for its 2014 Summer Youth Camp announced TC head coach Julie Huebner. The camp, open to players ages 6-13, will be held June 16-18 at Red Edmonds Field on the Tusculum campus and will be conducted from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. each day.  In the [...]