In a close votes, wide receiver Tim Benford is Tennessee Tech's Outstanding Male Athlete for 2011-12. Currently with the Dallas Cowboys, Benford helped the Golden Eagles capture the 2011 Ohio Valley Conference championship while setting numerous school records.
Former Tennessee Tech football players are invited to gather on Saturday, July 14, for the team's annual Alumni Golf Classic at the Cookeville Golf Club. Early indications point to another outstanding turnout so interested alumni should act quickly to reserve space in the tournament.
The Tennessee Tech football program will kick off the first of four summer camps on Tuesday, May 29 with the Soaring Eagle Kids Camp. Camp will run from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. from Tuesday until Thursday, May 31, and with registration beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. The cost is $100 per camper.
Tennessee Tech's Corey Watson has been named to the prestigious Hampshire Honor Society, one of just three Division I football players from the state of Tennessee selected by the National Football Foundation.
Former Golden Eagle linebacker, U.S. navy pilot and astronaut Capt. Barry Wilmore will accept an honorary doctorate at the second Tennessee Tech graduation ceremony on Saturday afternoon, one of two outstanding alumni who will receive the first honorary doctorates in TTU history.
The Tennessee Tech football team got several big plays and the coaching staff got the chance to see numerous young players continue to shine as the Golden Eagles wrapped up spring practices Saturday with a 64-play scrimmage.
Tennessee Tech's annual Family Weekend will be the first weekend in October while the Homecoming/Hall of Fame is the first weekend in November. Director of Athletics Mark Wilson announced the events to allow fans time to begin planning for the 2012 season.
The Tennessee Tech football team will hosts its annual Purple-Gold Spring Game on Saturday, April 21, beginning at 11 a.m. in Tucker Stadium. The team will also hold a scrimmage this coming Saturday (April 14) at 11 a.m.
A challenging non-conference schedule including another Rose Bowl champion, six home games and what promises to be a difficult league slate await the Tennessee Tech football team in 2012 as it defends its Ohio Valley Conference title.
The Tennessee Tech softball and football teams had players and coaches at the state capital Monday for special proclamations from the House of Representatives and Senate, recognizing both teams' success.
Former Tech runningback Larry Schreiber is one of 38 names on the FCS ballot for the National Football Foundation (NFF) College Hall of Fame. Golden Eagle fans can become members and vote vote. The deadline for voting is March 30.
Tennessee Tech wide receiver Tim Benford, the Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year, has a big weekend planned. The Chattanooga native is in Indianapolis participating in the annual NFL Combine.
Coach Watson Brown and his staff presented the winners of the annual team awards and a packed room of family and fans helped the Tennessee Tech football team celebrate its 2011 OVC Championship Sunday afternoon.
Tennessee Tech wide receiver Tim Benford was selected as the state's Player of the Year and Watson Brown was voted Coach of the Year, in voting announced Friday by the Tennessee Sports Writer's Association (TSWA).
It's been quite a week for Tennessee Tech All-America wide receiver Tim Benford, who has been one of the most talked-about players during the week of practice leading up to Saturday's East-West Shrine Game.
With All-America wide receiver Tim Benford playing Saturday in the East-West Shrine Game and unable to attend an event this Sunday, the annual Football Awards Dinner has moved a few weeks -- the event will be held Sunday, Feb. 12. The public is invited to attend.
The OVC Champion Golden Eagle football team will assemble Sunday afternoon, Jan. 22, for its annual Awards Dinner, and the public is invited to attend the 2 p.m. event. Cost of the dinner is $16 per person.