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The Chattanooga Locomotion women's football team begins its 14th season tonight with a game against the Huntsville Tigers at Red Bank High School. It kicks off at 7, and tickets cost $10 with children 8 and under admitted free.
The new giant jewel for May in the Salomon Rock/Creek Trail Series sold out in two days when registration opened in mid-January, but earlier races in the series have not been filling as fast as usual.
The Tennessee Train women's football team needed only one game in 2014 to match the victory total of its inaugural 2013 season.
The Lee University women's basketball team left the NAIA as its Division I national runner-up last year. By late Saturday afternoon this year's Lady Flames hope to be one notch higher in Division I of the National Christian College Athletic Association.
All season there has been a buzz around women's college basketball about Connecticut and Notre Dame.
Tennessee Wesleyan College is at the NAIA Division II women’s basketball national tournament for the fourth time in five years, and the Lady Bulldogs won a game in the event in 2011.
Fresh off another doubles victory in a tournament in Florida, Wesley Cash of Chattanooga and Mark Vines of Lynchburg, Fla., were named Tuesday by the U.S. Tennis Association as repeat participants for the United States in the ITF Seniors World Championships.
If the Tennessee Temple University Crusaders return this month to the National Christian College Athletic Association Division I basketball tournament, they will have one national tournament already behind them.
Tennessee topped Mississippi State in a must-win endeavor Wednesday night in Starkville.