A rainy day couldn't damper the mood on a great event for the Tennessee Tech soccer team as the Golden Eagles hosted its Alumni Day Saturday afternoon. Several former members of the Tech club returned for a game against current players as well as a lunch and social time.
With just one more spring contest left on the schedule, the Tennessee Tech soccer team has begun to shift its focus towards its alumni day. Scheduled for Saturday, April 27, an alumni match and cookout/gathering highlight the day's events as every alumni of the Tech women's soccer program is encouraged to come out.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team will host the first of three home contests as part of its spring schedule, welcoming Cumberland University to the Tech Soccer Field Saturday afternoon or a 1 p.m. CDT bout.
As the weather slowly turns warmer and calmer, the Tennessee Tech soccer team continues its push toward the 2013 season, announcing its spring schedule. Five games make up the list, including the team's alumni game.
The Tennessee Tech women's soccer team is once again in the national spotlight for academic success, as it has been awarded the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Team Academic Award for the 2011-12 academic year. It marks the third consecutive year the Golden Eagles have received the honor.
Even though their 2012 season ended Sunday afternoon and they had no practice the following morning, the members of the Tennessee Tech soccer team passed on their first chance to sleep in in months to read stories to the students of Northeast Elementary School Monday morning.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team will wrap up its regular season schedule this weekend when it hosts Southeast Missouri and travels to face Ohio Valley Conference leader UT Martin. The Golden Eagles are fighting for their playoff lives, trying to earn one of just six postseason berths to the OVC Tournament.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team kept themselves in the hunt for a playoff spot in the Ohio Valley Conference tournament Sunday, defeating Murray State 2-1 to grab its third conference victory of the season.
With just four games remaining in the 2012 regular season, the Tennessee Tech soccer team is looking to bounce back from a tough overtime home loss to Belmont on Sunday and make a push towards getting back to the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team couldn't duplicate its stellar first half performance Friday night, when it blanked one of the most potent offenses in the Ohio Valley Conference in Austin Peay. The Governors bounced back in the second half with two goals to pull off the home victory under the lights.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team will look to even its Ohio Valley Conference record to 3-3 this weekend when it hosts the Bruins of Belmont University. The match, which will take place at the Tech Soccer Field on Sunday, is slated to begin at 2 p.m. CT.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team took on the newest addition to the Ohio Valley Conference Sunday afternoon, falling to the Belmont Bruins 2-1 in overtime. The Golden Eagles kept the Bruins at bay for over 74 minutes before Belmont finally broke through and scored two unanswered goals to pull off the come-from-behind win.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team fought a hard battle Sunday afternoon, forcing the second place Colonels of EKU to bring everything they had into play. The Golden Eagle attack turned on the pressure, but Eastern Kentucky walked away with a 2-0 OVC win.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team will make its way north this weekend for a pair of Ohio Valley Conference match-ups and look to bounce back from a tough 3-2 OT loss to Eastern Illinois on senior day this past Sunday.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team started its Kentucky road-trip on a high note Friday evening, grabbing a 1-0 victory over the Eagles of Morehead State under the lights of Jacobs Field. The Golden Eagles held strong under a late barrage of goals to nab their second OVC victory of the year.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team played to a bittersweet tune Sunday afternoon. While there was much celebration in the air for the Golden Eagles annual senior day match, the day ultimately ended on a low note as the EIU Panthers won in overtime 3-2.
Different teams all converged onto Tech's campus for one common cause, breast cancer. Golden Eagle volleyball, basketball and soccer all participated in "Pink" events Sunday in preparation for Breast Cancer Awareness month in October.
The Tennessee Tech soccer team will begin its hunt for an Ohio Valley Conference championship on Sunday when it hosts Jacksonville State in its OVC opener. The match is set to begin at 1 p.m. CT on the Tech soccer field.