Boys of Summer: Midseason updateWith the drafting of former Tennessee Tech pitcher Tristan Archer, the Golden Eagle baseball team now boasts seven former players in Major League Baseball. Several have shown much success this season while others are just starting to heat up.
Archer to Milwaukee Brewers in 21st round of 2013 MLB DraftAfter cementing himself as one of the best pitchers in Tennessee Tech history, Tristan Archer will now look to make a name for himself at the professional level after being drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 21st round of the 2013 MLB Draft.
Golden Eagle Baseball School summer camps openThe Tennessee Tech baseball team is back at it again, offering more of its renowned Golden Eagle Baseball School camps. This time, it's the GEBS summer camps that are creeping up and it's time to register for a summer of fun.
Golden Eagles' tournament comes to an end with 6-4 loss to ColonelsJACKSON, Tenn. - As the saying goes, all great things must come to an end. That much is true for the Tennessee Tech baseball team as its record-breaking attempt at a tournament title ended Saturday afternoon with a 6-4 loss to Eastern Kentucky at the 2013 Ohio Valley Conference baseball tournament.
Golden Eagles clinch share of OVC crown off arm of Hess, bat of MilesA golden performance on the mound by sophomore David Hess and clutch moment at the plate by junior Daniel Miles led the Tennessee Tech baseball team to clinch a share of its eighth Ohio Valley Conference regular season title with an 8-5 win over the Belmont Bruins Thursday evening.
Championship series to be broadcast free on OVC Digital NetworkThe Tennessee Tech baseball team faces its most crucial series of the season this weekend, hosting Belmont to determine the Ohio Valley Conference championship. Fans who cannot attend in person will still be able to enjoy the sights and sounds of the game live and free on OVCDigitalNetwork.com.
Golden Eagles rally in the eighth to down in-state rival Lipscomb, 10-9There aren't many things that the Tennessee Tech baseball team doesn't know how to do. The Golden Eagles can hit, they can pitch, and they play defense with the best of them. It seems these days the only thing they don't know how do to is give up. And that was proven once again Tuesday evening.
Golden Eagles finish sweep of SEMO, stay atop OVC standingsCAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – For the seventh time this season, the Tennessee Tech baseball team wrapped up a series without dropping a contest to its opponent. The Golden Eagles defeated Southeast Missouri Sunday afternoon, 5-1, to finish their most recent sweep after beating the Redhawks on both Friday and Saturday as well.
Huge fifth inning leads Golden Eagles to 11-6 win over RedhawksCAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – It took a little bit longer for the Tennessee Tech baseball team to get going Saturday evening than it did in game one, but the Golden Eagle offense indeed showed up against Southeast Missouri , scoring nine runs in the fifth innings on its way to an 11-6 win.
Parris named to 2013 Johnny Bench Award watch listChalk up another honor for a member of the Tennessee Tech baseball team. Junior catcher Jordan Parris has been named to the official watch list for the 2013 Johnny Bench Award presented by BaseballSavings.com.
Golden Eagles roll with 16-1 win over OVC foe Southeast MissouriCAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - An offensive onslaught and a great pitching performance led the Tennessee Tech baseball team to an impressive 16-1 win over Ohio Valley Conference foe Southeast Missouri Friday evening. The win kept the Golden Eagles in sole possession of first place in the OVC.
Golden Eagles handed 6-1 loss at the hands of Western CarolinaCULLOWHEE, N.C. - For just the second time this season, the Tennessee Tech baseball team was handed a series loss, falling to Western Carolina Saturday afternoon, 6-1. The Golden Eagles move to 33-14 on the season and will not return to the diamond until Friday, May 10.
Golden Eagles hit the road for final road stretch of seasonOff the heels of a perfect 5-0 homestand, the Tennessee Tech baseball team will hit the road for its final road stretch of the season, playing five games away from Bush Stadium at the Averitt Express baseball complex over the next two weeks.
College Sports Madness tabs Stephens as OVC Player of the WeekAnother day, another honor. That's how the 2013 season seems to be going for the Tennessee Tech baseball team as junior Zach Stephens earned his second Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Week award of the week, this time from College Sports Madness.