East Tennessee State Lady Buccaneers

3rd SOUTH I | 15-13
    • Ride the wave: River Forest starts strong, holds on for victory over Hebron
      Chicago Tribune

      Ride the wave: River Forest starts strong, holds on for victory over Hebron

      River Forest wanted to get off to a good start. The Ingots did that Friday in a 71-61 victory over Hebron. River Forest (17-5) led 25-5 at the end of the quarter. That was enough to carry the Ingots, although it wasn't easy as Hebron (16-7) cut a 28-point lead in the first half down to three in the fourth quarter. It really was an unusual game. The Ingots were lights-out early, leading 37-9 with just under four minutes left in the second quarter. But Hebron outscored River Forest 52-34 from that point. Zachary Thompson, who led River Forest with 19 points, said it did get a little tense at the end. But the Ingots are used to it. "We were a little scared," Thompson said of Hebron's comeback. "It

    • Ohio State Adds Another to the Win Column
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      Ohio State Adds Another to the Win Column

      Feb. 25, 2017 RELATED INFO PHOENIX, Ariz. – The No. 1 Ohio State University men’s volleyball team opened its trip to the desert with a four-set victory (25-19, 17-25, 26-24, 25-23) over Grand Canyon University (9-6) Friday night (Feb. 24). The Buckeyes overcame a rowdy environment and 29 service errors to register their 39th consecutive win overall. The latest win also ensured Ohio State remains atop the MIVA standings at 7-0, ahead of 7-2 Lewis and both GCU and Loyola at 5-2. Maxime Hervoir was inserted into the match early in set number two and delivered a dazzling performance. The junior outside hitter put away 11 of 15 attempts with a lone error, attacking .667 for the night. He added in

    • Tennessee Soccer Signing Class Ranked 11th Nationally
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      Tennessee Soccer Signing Class Ranked 11th Nationally

      Feb. 24, 2017 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee soccer’s 2017 signing class received some high praise on Thursday, being named the No. 11 class in the country by Top Drawer Soccer. McKinley Burkett, Claire Fisher, Paige Franks, Wrenne French, Salera Jordan, Kelsey Kiley, Lexie Knox, Ashley Orkus and Khadija “Bunny” Shaw make up the Vols’ 2017 class. The class consists of seven high school players and two transfers. Five of the signees are ranked in the IMG Academy Top 150 and three are already enrolled in classes and have been practicing with the team. UT’s class ranks second among SEC schools, trailing only Texas A&M, who checks in at No. 9. Head coach Brian Pensky has had a great deal of success