Youth camps at Tennessee Tech have been keeping the Golden Eagle coaching staffs busy this summer. The boy;s individual camp under first-year head coach Steve Payne wrapped up Wednesday, but events are still on tap in July for football and volleyball.
Steve Payne has rounded out his men's basketball coaching staff with the addition of David Boyden as assistant coach. Boyden comes to Tech from Western Kentucky where he helped coach the Hilltoppers to an NCAA appearance and a Sun Belt Conference championship.
Tennessee Tech’s newest head coach, Steve Payne, and the rest of the men’s basketball coaching staff are proud to continue one of Tech’s greatest traditions in the individual and team summer basketball camps for area youth.
Preliminary round tickets to next year's 2012 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship -- including games held in Nashville March 16 & 18 -- will go on sale in October as part of its enhanced ticketing system, the NCAA announced today.
Tennessee Tech's newest head coach, Steve Payne, and the rest of the Golden Eagle men's basketball staff will welcome Lanerryl Esters-Johnson to the Golden Eagle roster as the newest signee for the 2011-12 basketball season.
Recently retired Golden Eagle men's basketball coach Mike Sutton sat down with Terry Bulger of WSMV-TV in Nashville to talk about his college coaching career. The interview is available for viewers online at wsmv.com.
After coaching the Tennessee Tech men’s basketball team to one of the most successful seasons in program history, recently retired head coach Mike Sutton is being honored as one of 16 finalists for the 2011 Skip Prosser Man of the Year Award.
Junior Kevin Murphy notched 28 of Tech’s 66 total points, but the Golden Eagles couldn’t get any closer than five after falling behind by a dozen, and lost a 74-66 road game to the Broncos of Western Michigan in the first round of the College Insider Tournament Wednesday night.
Fox Sports will be broadcasting all first-round games of the College Insider’s Tournament (CIT), including the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagle’s match-up with the Broncos of Western Michigan, live on FCS Broadband.
The Golden Eagles will hit the road for their post-season endeavors; it has been announced that Tennessee Tech will take on the Broncos of Western Michigan in the first round of the College Insider’s Tournament (CIT)
For the first time since 1986, neither Murray State or Austin Peay will play in the OVC Championship Contest. Instead, for the first time since 2003, the no. 4 seeded Golden Eagles of Tennessee Tech will match up against the no. 2 Eagles of Morehead State in Saturday's 7 p.m. showdown.
Bittersweet defeat might be the only way to describe Tennessee Tech’s championship match-up with the Eagles of Morehead State on Saturday night as Tech fell short of their primary goal for the season in an 80-73 loss to the Eagles.
Giant-killer Zac Sawnsey dropped another game-winner Friday night, this one lifting Tennessee Tech to a stunning 64-59 upset over top-seeded Murray State to put the Golden Eagles into Saturday night's OVC Championship game.
After handing UT Martin a hefty 83-59 victory in the quarterfinal round of the conference tournament on Thursday, the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles will have to turn around to take on the defending OVC champions and 2010 NCAA tournament participants in Murray State.
Jud Dillard recorded his fourth double-double on the season while Kevin Murphy put his ninth 20+ point performancev of the season in the books to lead the Golden Eagles to a 83-59 victory over the no. 8 seeded Skyhawks in the quarterfinal round of the OVC Tournament.
TTU juniors Kevin Murphy and Zac Swansey make appearances on the All-OVC Men’s Basketball lists as voted upon by head coaches and Sports Information Directors throughout the league, and announced by the conference office on Tuesday.
The first 300 fans who are wearing purple into Eblen Center Saturday night will be admitted free to Tennessee Tech's Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader against Jacksonville State. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. and the women's game tips at 5:30.
In the final game of the regular season, the Golden Eagles of Tennessee Tech will face off against the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The game will also honor three graduating seniors in Charles Newton, Byron Pickens and Alfred Jones.