July 4th of this year marked a celebration for America, but also the one-month anniversary of the passing of college basketball legend John Wooden, renowned head coach for UCLA and two-time inductee to the Basketball Hall of Fame.
After returning home from a 10-day stint in China filled with growth and development as a person and an athlete, Charles Newton shares his insight into the Reach USA program and outlook on his experiences in general.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) recently awarded Tennessee Tech's Kaleigh Gates and Elijah Muhammad with its annual All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year awards.
The Ohio Valley Conference will partner with the Big 12, Conference USA and the Southland Conferences to create a newly-formed consortium to manage its basketball officiating program for men's basketball.
The NCAA has announced a new 14-year television, internet and wireless rights agreement with CBS Sports and Turner Broadcasting to present the Division I Mens Basketball Championship beginning through 2024 for more than $10.8 billion.
Frank Davis won the Sam Harley Lynn Award and Elijah Muhammad captured the John P. Hendrix Leadership Award as was also named the teams Most Valuable Player, as coach Mike Sutton announced the men's basketball teams 2009-10 award winners.
Mike Sutton recently served his second year as a voting member on the Regional Advisory Committee for the Division I Men's Basketball Championship, helping to pick the teams for this year's 65-team field.
Morehead State guard Maze Stallworth led the way as the No. 2 seed Eagles ran away from Tech in the first half and held on for a 76-47 victory over the Golden Eagles in the semifinals of the OVC Tournament in Bridgestone Arena Friday night.
The Tennessee Tech Alumni Association is hosting a pregame celebrations in Nashville Friday and inviting all Golden Eagle fans to attend. The event is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Big River Grille on Broadway, just blocks from the arena.
The Golden Eagle basketball team hopes to not only claim the 2010 Ohio Valley Conference title this weekend in Nashville, they can also grab the attention of the nation by winning the crown in front of a national TV audience on ESPNU and ESPN2.
Tech's men's and women's basketball teams have both drawn the same assignment Tuesday night in the first round of the 2010 Ohio Valley Conference Basketball Tournament: Austin Peay in the Dunn Center in Clarksville.
The 2009-10 Tennessee Tech mens basketball regular season will come to a close Saturday night in Eblen Center, but not without a bang. Tech is in a battle for a higher seed in the OVC Tournament, and Frank Davis and Elijah Muhammad will be honored on Senior Night.
Tennessee Tech wrapped up a tedious week on the road with a visit to Appalachian State Saturday night, and the Golden Eagles couldnt keep pace with a red-hot Mountaineer squad, suffering an 81-68 non-conference loss in a Bracket Buster contest.
The Tennessee Tech men's basketball team will step out of Ohio Valley Conference play Saturday night when it visits Appalachian State in an ESPNU BracketBuster game, which tips off at 6 p.m. central in Boone, N.C.
For the second time in four nights, the Golden Eagles lost an Ohio Valley Conference road game in overtime. This time, Austin Peay tied the game in the final minutes then claimed a 77-72 win in the Dunn Center.
Despite the wintry weather the Tennessee Tech men's and women's basketball teams will travel to Tennessee State for an OVC double-header Monday night with the women's game tipping things off at 5:30 p.m.
Tennessee Tech helped tighten the Ohio Valley Conference basketball race Saturday night with a 70-61 victory over UT Martin in Eblen Center, giving the Golden Eagles a season sweep over the defending league champions.