1. Tennessee coaching situation
Ray Judy coached multiple sports at Science Hill High School, but it was the golf course where his teams often parlayed low scores into great heights.
The last round of golf at Buffalo Valley Golf Course will be played Dec. 31, 2017.
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Johnson City commissioners will determine the fate of Buffalo Valley Golf Course, which has operated at a net loss over the last decade, on Thursday.
Being in a playoff scenario in golf is nerve-racking. Being in a playoff in golf against your own teammate is far worse, according to Milligan College senior women’s golfer Megan Gaylor.
East Tennessee State couldn’t catch the juggernaut that was Penn State, but the Buccaneers didn’t leave the golf course without some positives in their bags.
They’ve been playing golf at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate since before Shiso Go was born, and the East Tennessee State freshman did something never done before at the annual tournament at Blackthorn Club.
Penn State’s golf team jumped out front early at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club and stayed there the rest of the day.
For one East Tennessee State golfer, calling this week’s tournament a home game has even more meaning.
It’s official. Jonny Sutherland has made more saves than any goalkeeper in East Tennessee State soccer history.
The Milligan women’s volleyball team has been on a roll lately, winning four of its last five matches, all of them on the road.
Science Hill couldn’t move the needle after a tough first day.
When the PGA Tour’s new season begins on Thursday, Seamus Power will again be in the mix.
The first Appalachian Athletic Conference title of the season was won on Tuesday by the Milligan College women’s golf team when the Buffaloes won the conference’s Fall Championship in Pineville, Kentucky.