Steve Wallace named assistant coach for Tennessee Tech womens basketballThe Tennessee Tech athletic department has recently welcomed Steve Wallace from the University of Rhode Island to the Goldwen Eagle womens basketball staff. Wallace, who was the 2009-10 Director of Operations for URIs womens basketball program, assumed the title of assistant coach effective June 1, 2010.
Hayes, Cook take top honors at womens basketball awards banquetThe duo of Tacarra Hayes and Kellie Cook led the Tennessee Tech womens basketball team both statistically and emotionally during the 2009-10 season. On Thursday evening, it was no surprise that Hayes and Cook took home the teams top honors at the womens basketball awards banquet.
Holdsclaw to lead Atlanta Dream into exhibition game in Eblen CenterFormer UT star Chamique Holdsclaw will lead the Atlanta Dream next month back to the state where she gained the national spotlight. The Lady Vol All-American will headline the Dream when the play the Washington Mystics in Eblen Center on Sunday, May 9, in a WNBA exhibition game.
Golden Eagle signing class adds Darling, MooreAdding to the highly regarded group of recruits she signed during the fall, Tennessee Tech womens basketball coach Sytia Messer on Wednesday announced two additional signees to bolster the young Golden Eagle roster.
Golden Eagles play final regular season road game at Austin PeayComing off a pivotal come-from-behind win over Tennessee State on Monday, the Tennessee Tech womens basketball team will attempt to earn back-to-back road victories for the first time this season when the Golden Eagles travel to Clarksville for their penultimate OVC contest against Austin Peay.
Golden Eagles host UT Martin in a pivotal Ohio Valley contestSaturday night, the Tennessee Tech womens basketball team will play UT Martin as both teams jockey for position late in this Ohio Valley Conference season. The Golden Eagles (10-14, 5-9 OVC) and Skyhawks (7-16, 5-8 OVC) are set to square off at 5:30 p.m. at the Eblen Center.
Golden Eagles earn key OVC win, top Murray State 80-67With Kellie Cook hitting from long range, Tacarra Hayes driving the lane for layups and everyone pounding the glass, Tennessee Tech earned a key Ohio Valley Conference victory Thursday night in Eblen Center, downing Murray State 80-67.
Murray State visits for Think Pink/Pack The House NightAfter dropping a pair of games on the road last weekend, the Tennessee Tech womens basketball team will look to turn things around this Thursday when the Golden Eagles take on visiting Murray State. Game time on Thursday is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.