Tech senior golf team co-captain Josh Simer has been named to the Men's At-Large Academic All-America Team, one of just two players from the Ohio Valley Conference selected. He is Tech's 35th Academic All-America selection.
One of the most popular features of the Pepsi Bobby Nichols Scramble presented by Budweiser, the Doc Fields Friday Night Concert and Party on June 11 will feature a sensational musical group called Simply Irresistible.
Golden Eagle senior golfer Josh Simer has been named first-team CoSIDA Academic All-District. A recent graduate with a 4.0 GPA, Simer's name will now appear on the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration.
The 2010 Pepsi Bobby Nichols Scramble presented by Budweiser is filling quickly, with more the 75 percent of the field already reserved. The tournament, set for June 11-12-13, is a major fund raising event for Tech athletics.
Jake Heatherly was Tech's most consistent golfer and the best in the field on the short holes, helping him tie for fifth place and earn all-tournament honors as the Golden Eagles finished in sixth place at the OVC men's golf championships.
Just three strokes out of second place, the Tennessee Tech men's golf team is in the middle of an extremely tight race after the first round of the 2010 OVC Championships at GreyStone Golf Club. Josh Simer's one-under 71 has him tied for third place.
This week's Ohio Valley Conference tournament is the last hurrah of the season for the five seniors, led by Josh Simer, who will represent Tech at the men's golf championships at GreyStone Golf Club in Dickson.
The Tech men's golf team had the third-best round of the day Tuesday and jumped a spot in the standings to finish 10th overall at the TSU Big Blue Intercollegiate. Individual entrants Lee Maxwell and Travis Ramsey both placed in the Top 20.
The Tech golf teams will both be in action Monday and Tuesday, the final meet of the regular season for each before playing in the OVC Championships later in the month. The women are led by Diana Carson (left) and the men by Josh Simer (right).
Seniors Josh Simer and Jake Heatherly became the first Golden Eagles tandem to earn all-tournament honors in the same event in more than two years and Tech trimmed 11 strokes from its first day total on the way to a fifth place finish in the North Alabama Spring Classic.
Seniors Blake Garrison and Josh Simer are tied for fifth place after the first round of the North Alabama Spring Classic Monday, helping the Golden Eagles finish the day in third place among 20 teams in the field.
The Tech men's golf team will try to make up some ground Tuesday when it finishes play at the Grub Mart Invitational hosted by Jacksonville State. The Golden Eagles are in ninth place after Monday's first round.
Despite rainy conditions for their practice round Sunday, perfect weather is expected to greet Tennessee Tech's golfers Monday when they step onto the tees at Silver Lakes Golf Course to play the first 36 holes in the Grub Mart Invitational.
A veteran Golden Eagle lineup maintained its position Tuesday in the final round of the 54-hole Grover Page Classic, claiming a solid fourth-place finish among the 16 teams in the field at the Jackson Country Club.
The Tech men's golf team is in fourth place among 16 teams heading into the final round of the 54-hole Grover Page Classic. Jake Heatherly and Josh Simer led Tech through the first two rounds of play Monday in chilly Jackson, Tenn.
Coming off a second-place finish in their first tournament of the season, the Tennessee Tech men's golf team will be in Jackson Sunday through Tuesday for the 54-hole Grover Page Classic, hosted by UT Martin. Eight inches of snow kept Tech out of this tourney last year.
Senior Josh Simer finished third to earn all-tournament honors and help lead the Golden Eagle golf team to second place among 13 teams at the Frito Lay-AT&T Invitational hosted by Jackson State University.
Golden Eagle senior Josh SImer is atop the leaderboard with a one-under 71 following the first round of the Frito Lay-AT&T Invitational. In the team standings, Tech is in eighth place but only six strokes off the pace in the 13-team field.
Second-year coach Craig King will take the men's golf team to Mississippi this weekend to open the spring schedule at the Frito Lay-AT&T Invitational at the Azaleas Course of the Dancing Rabbit Golf Club,
Tennessee Tech men's golf coach Craig King has announced the signing of two standout high school golfers with the addition of Mason Griffin and Sam Schrock to the Golden Eagle roster beginning in 2010-11.
Coming off an exciting 86-81 overtime win over Ball State, the Tennessee Tech mens basketball team looks to stay hot as they host Bryan College in the Eblen Center on Dec. 19. Tip-off is scheduled at 8 p.m.
Former Tennessee Tech golfer Scott Stallings will become a familiar face in professional golf in 2010 as he competes around the world on the Nationwide Tour. He will begin competing in January in Australia.
Golden Eagle senior Joshua Simer earned his second Top 10 finish of the year, leading the Tennessee Tech men's golf team to a tie for 10th place in the 17-team F&M Bank APSU Intercollegiate which wrapped up with a final round Tuesday.