The no. 4 seed Lincoln Memorial University men’s tennis team had to battle back Wednesday afternoon to defeat no. 5 seed Mars Hill College 5-2 in the quarterfinals of the 2011 South Atlantic Conference Men’s Tennis Tournament in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Now 13-5 overall, the no. 4 seed LMU men are set for their second consecutive Continue reading
HARROGATE, TN – The Lincoln Memorial University men’s and women’s tennis teams both took another closer to having an opportunity to defend their 2010 South Atlantic Conference Tournament titles on Saturday afternoon with a pair of victories over Catawba College.
Less than a year ago, the LMU men won the Continue reading
CARROLLTON, Ga. — Playing each other for the first time since the Railsplitters left the Gulf South Conference, the West Georgia Wolves put on a furious late-inning comeback, but fell just short 5-4 in the first game of a two-day series.
The Wolves got on the scoreboard first as Danny Bodziak scored off a sacrifice fly from Brett Wright in the Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The 2011 NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Championship Committee announced the brackets for the Southeast Regional tonight, and the Lincoln Memorial University men’s basketball team will make their NCAA Tournament debut as a two-seed. They will face Continue reading
HARROGATE, TN – Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m., the Lincoln Memorial University men’s basketball team will host arch-rival Carson-Newman College in the Quarterfinals of the 2011 Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament.
The Railsplitters (24-2) earned the right to host the first round by finishing as Continue reading
HARROGATE, Tenn. — The fifth-ranked Lincoln Memorial men’s basketball team clinched the school’s first-ever South Atlantic Conference regular-season championship in men’s basketball when they defeated Newberry College 84-72. With the win, the Railsplitters improve to 22-0 on the season and 14-0 in the South Atlantic Conference. The 14 wins are a new SAC men’s basketball record Continue reading
HARROGATE, TN – One day before squaring off against their biggest arch-rival, the Lincoln Memorial University men’s basketball team learned it has moved up to no. 8 in the latest National Association of Basketball Coaches poll released late Tuesday afternoon.
The announcement of the Railsplitter’s highest ranking since joining the ranks of the NCAA Division II and their second highest ranking in the program’s history comes just hours before the Continue reading