For the second consecutive year, Tennessee Tech’s softball and women’s golf teams are among those who received Public Recognition Awards Wednesday from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) for top academic performance.
Madalyn Everts led the Tennessee Tech women's golf team in several statistical categories throughout her redshirt freshman campaign and continued to do so in postseason awards. The Ooltewah, Tenn. native earned the MVP, Most Dedicated Player, and Low Average awards.
Sophomore Madalyn Everts shot a career-low 70 in the final round of the Ohio Valley Conference championship tournament on Tuesday to leap into a second-place finish. The Tennessee Tech women's golf team finished sixth in the tournament.
Junior Amber Shepherd and freshman Megan Williamson improved their first-round scores by five and four strokes, respectively, to help the Tennessee Tech women's golf team move up a spot at the Ohio Valley Conference championships Tuesday.
The Tennessee Tech women's golf team faces its most important challenge of the season this weekend at the 2013 Ohio Valley Conference championship tournament in Dickson, Tenn. The winner will go on to represent the OVC in the NCAA Championships.
Sophomore Maddi Everts finished an outstanding week at the Samford Intercollegiate with a round of 75 Tuesday, netting a third-place finish out of 60 golfers. She led the Tennessee Tech women's golf team to a sixth-place finish.
Sophomore Maddi Everts ranks fourth out of 60 golfers at the Samford Intercollegiate, pacing the Tennessee Tech women's golf team to a sixth-place spot after two rounds. The tournament is slated to conclude with one round Tuesday.
The Tennessee Tech women's golf team slipped one spot to finish 16th at the Pinehurst Challenge on Tuesday. The Pinehurst #6 course played nearly a stroke harder in the third round, causing higher scores across the board.
Coming off of a victory at the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate, the Tennessee Tech women's golf team heads east Monday and Tuesday to take part in the Pinehurst Challenge, hosted by College of Charleston.
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. -- Madalyn Everts earned an all-tournament spot with a fourth-place individual finish, helping lead Tennessee Tech to the championship in the women's division of the first Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate at the Sevierville Golf Course.
After heavy rains pelted the Hattiesburg County Club Monday, the Lady Eagle Invitational was shortened to just one day of play. Katherine Bell made the most of it as she led the Tennessee Tech women's golf team on the week.
After heavy rains passed through Hattiesburg, Miss. Sunday night and Monday morning, the first day of the Lady Eagle Invitational has been rained out. The Tennessee Tech women's golf team resumes action Tuesday morning.
The Tennessee Tech women's team shot their best round of the three-round Kiawah Intercollegiate Tournament, but remained in 24th place at the end of the day. Senior Katherine Bell and freshman Megan Williamson each carded a team-best 79.
Sophomore Madalyn Everts carded the low round of the day for the Tennessee Tech women's golf team at the Kiawah Island Intercollegiate tournament in South Carolina, but it wasn't enough to keep the Golden Eagles from dropping one spot.
One new name on the men’s roster and three newcomers on the women’s roster. That’s the payoff for Tennessee Tech golf coach Polk Brown for his efforts in inking four new players during the recent NCAA early signing period
The Tennessee Tech women's golf team took a modest step Tuesday, edging up one spot in the final team standings at the 54-hole, Blue Raider Invitational hosted by Middle Tennessee State at the Old Fort Golf Course.
The Tennessee Tech women's golf team managed just four of 10 scores under 80 Monday during the first two rounds of play at the MTSU Blue Raider Invitational, and the Golden Eagles are in 17th place with one round remaining Tuesday.