Youth camps at Tennessee Tech have been keeping the Golden Eagle coaching staffs busy this summer. The boys' individual camp under head coach Steve Payne is underway, while events are still on tap in July for baseball and football.
Although he has yet to play a minute on the court as a member of the Golden Eagles, sophomore guard Josiah Moore will represent the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team this summer on an eight-game tour of the Far East as a member of the Reach USA team.
After adding two solid future contributors to the Golden Eagle program in the late fall, the Tennessee Tech men’s basketball team has not let up, announcing its first spring signing in the form of Prime Prep Academy guard Shirmane Thomas.
After wrapping up a highly distinguished career as a member of the Tennessee Tech basketball team, guard Jud Dillard is still being recognized for his leadership and performance on the court, being named to collegehoopsdaily.com's All-OVC team.
Tennessee Tech defensive back Taylor Hennigan was one of seven collegiate players honored Monday night at the 47th annual awards dinner held by the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.
With the 2012-13 regular season officially in the books for the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team, little remains but honoring those players who stood out most in the eyes of the Ohio Valley Conference coaches and sports information directors.
With a glimmer of hope still remaining for a playoff spot in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament, the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team knows that Saturday's game is more than just the regular season finale and Senior Farewell.
Tennessee Tech's doubleheader against Eastern Kentucky Thursday night has grown in importance, with both Golden Eagle teams seeking crucial victories. It's a perfect night to call on military and area scouts to help back Tech. Free admission is offered for Military Appreciation Night and Scout Night.
With so much at stake for both Tennessee Tech basketball teams, the Athletics Dept. is hosting Fan Appreciation Week for the two OVC doubleheaders. Fans can get a free ticket with each ticket purchased for the Thursday games against EKU and Saturday's doubleheader against Morehead State.
With just two games left in the 2012-13 regular season, the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team controls its own destiny. The mission is simple. Win two more game and make the Ohio Valley Conference tournament field.
Fresh off a key Ohio Valley Conference win over UT Martin Thursday evening, the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team will look to keep its momentum rolling with its final non-conference match-up of the season against Missouri-Kansas City Saturday night.
Jeremiah Samarrippas hit two clutch 3-pointers late in the second half, forced a turnover in the final minute, and directed Tennessee Tech to its fourth consecutive homecourt victory, a 68-62 non-conference win over UM Kansas City Saturday night in Eblen Center
Tennessee Tech got double digit scoring from four players, led by Dennis Ogbe's career-high 23, to claim an 83-68 victory over UT Martin Thursday and keep alive the Golden Eagles' chances reaching the OVC Tournament.
With a spot in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament on the line, the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team will look to take advantage of its one and only meeting against the UT Martin Skyhawks Thursday evening.
MOREHEAD, Ky. - With the second of two Kentucky road games in sight, the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team will look to take down OVC foe Morehead State Saturday in a battle of two very physical teams.
Whether or not the outside weather cooperates won't matter -- there is a "blizzard" advisory being posted for Eblen Center for next weekend. Tech fans can expect more than flurries when UMKC visits on Saturday, Feb. 23, for a game against Steve Payne's Golden Eagles.
With a trip north against two of three Kentucky OVC programs on the weekend's agenda, the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team will wrap up its road schedule for the 2012-13 season with contests at Eastern Kentucky and Morehead State.
RICHMOND, Ky. - A close-fought battle the entire game, Eastern Kentucky pulled away late as the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team fell, 80-69, in the first of a two-game, OVC road swing into Kentucky this weekend.
It's crunch time for the Tennessee Tech men's basketball team, as it hosts the Jacksonville State Gamecocks Saturday night looking for a much-needed Ohio Valley Conference win to stay in the hunt for a berth in the post-season tournament.
Tennessee Tech used a huge rebounding advantage and margin at the free throw line to claim a 78-64 OVC victory over Jacksonville State Saturday night in Eblen Center. Jud Dillard's ninth double-double of the season led the Golden Eagles.
All Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce members can receive up to eight free tickets for Saturday's doubleheader vs. Jacksonville State as Tennessee Tech celebrates Communiversity Night in Eblen Center.
All area Youth basketball teams and players are invited to be special guests of the Golden Eagle basketball teams Saturday evening when Tech hosts an Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader against Jacksonville State. Hoop Troop members are also invited to an afternoon meet-and-greet with the players.
For the eighth and final time, the Tennessee Tech men’s basketball team has been matched up for its annual ESPN BracketBuster game, sponsored this season by Ramada Worldwide. The Golden Eagles will host the Kangaroos of Missouri-Kansas City on Saturday, Feb. 23.