It was business as usual for the Milligan College women’s cross country team two weeks ago as they took home their 14th Appalachian Athletic Conference title in the last 15 years.
With October just around the corner, the fall weather is starting to come to fruition and teams at Milligan College are preparing for championship season.
With fall sports in complete swing, Milligan College has its fair share of accomplishments so far.
While Milligan’s athletes were taking care of business during last week’s NAIA Indoor Track & Field Championships, Chris Layne and his coaching staff were working overtime.
Despite a season-ending injury to star player Hayley Wyrick, the Milligan women’s basketball team managed to qualify for the NAIA Division II National Tournament last season.
After Tuesday night’s performance, it’s clear that Milligan’s volleyball team is a force to be reckoned with in the Appalachian Athletic Conference.
When it comes to Milligan’s cross country program, results can often be deceiving, especially during the regular season.
The Milligan College women’s soccer team is off to a solid start so far after a tough 3-13-1 campaign last year.
After sweeping Truett-McConnell University on Tuesday night at Steve Lacy Fieldhouse, it’s pretty clear that Milligan’s volleyball team has developed a winning formula.
A handful of Milligan golfers were on hand at Pine Oaks Golf Course on Thursday afternoon laying down sod around a new practice green.