Unum computer engineer Corey Bradley earned All-American status as a fisherman for the third time in a decade last month.
First-year Tennessee Temple University volleyball coach Latonia Allen is adding a new dimension to the development of the sport in this area.
Jay Price and Lee Cigliano both carried spring house cleaning to an extreme with their junior college men's basketball teams.
The Lee University and Tennessee Wesleyan men's basketball teams both were picked in the top 20 of their respective NAIA preseason polls this week. One of them will be 0-1 after its first game, however.
Basketball season is here.
At age 21, Caroline Hensley of Hixson is done, essentially, as a collegiate water skier.
The proverbial other shoe finally dropped Tuesday. Four days after Beth Keylon-Randolph resigned at Chattanooga State Community College to become the softball coach at East Carolina University -- a job that unofficially had been hers for a couple of weeks -- the Greenville, N.C., school finished contract details and announced her hiring Tuesday.
The entire history of the Chattanooga State Community College softball program has been a golden era, but the actual Golden era just started.
Kelon-Randolph resigns for Division I job
Chattanooga State's president confirmed Monday afternoon that he has been receiving inquiries and applications from throughout the nation for a coaching position that is not open yet.
Chattanooga resident Diann Uustal has set 13 age-group swimming world records, with all four competitive strokes included in distances from 50 to 200 meters.
One day after one of his former Covenant College teammates was inaugurated as the Lookout Mountain school's sixth president, Mark Duble reached 200 wins as its women's soccer coach.
The temperature was ideal but the footing was treacherous Saturday morning, making a StumpJump 50k record very unlikely on the single-track course beginning at Signal Mountain Middle High School.
Chattanooga's RiverRocks festival is just in its third year, but the celebration of the area's outdoors identity already has grown from a few more than 40 events in 10 days to beyond 100.
Running trails and scrambling up and down mountains — that’s all in a day’s work for Chattanooga native Andy Anderson.
There's a new spring in the step for indoor tennis players at the Racquet Club of Chattanooga.
Academic All-American and NCAA regional participant Chris Berry is gone. So is his wife, Tara Gietema.
Lee University already has done something no other NAIA school has done in women's soccer -- win four consecutive national titles.
Nick McCormick wasn't being disrespectful. The East Hamilton High School senior was running to win the 5k for FCA race Monday morning at Chattanooga State; he just didn't happen to know the competition.
A 34-23 win last September over the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash., helped propel Sewanee to its best football season (5-5) since 2005.
For the second Sunday in a row, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga soccer team outplayed a visiting team at Finley Stadium but failed to score.
You're going to be moving to Montana — or just spending some time there — and want to know the very best options for outdoors recreation in that big state, or just one area of it.
Sarah Gawthrop enjoyed the outcome Sunday afternoon at Finley Stadium even if some of her friends didn't.
Although classes don't start for eight days and the competition season is more than five months away, the Chattanooga State baseball team met Saturday and will start working out together Monday.
Patrick Hall won the 39th Missionary Ridge Road Race on Saturday, just as he did the last time he ran it — five years ago.
Flexible, national-championship instruction at just $20 per hour — that's the basis of Beth Keylon-Randolph's Chattanooga State fall instructional program for area fastpitch softball players.
The Chattanooga State and Cleveland State baseball programs both will be starting their annual instructional leagues for high school players within a couple of weeks, and both still have openings in what clearly has been a win-win addition to area development in the sport.
DALTON, Ga. — Melvyn Ottinger was doubly happy Thursday morning. The campus where he worked for so long officially had a new basketball coach, and his successor — after a 34-year gap without a program — was one of his former players.
Tony Ingle will be a Roadrunner again Thursday.
Chris Stacy from Big Stone Gap, Va., and Lonesome Pine Country Club takes a three-stroke lead into the final round today of the 44th Tennessee Section Professional Championship at Fox Den Country Club at Farragut, but five Chattanooga-area pros are in the top eight.
Melanie Smith did a lot Saturday in her first visit to the Sports, Arts and Recreation of Chattanooga organization's annual water sports day for the disabled.
It won't be anything like "Dancing With the Stars," but a group of dancers will benefit from some former stars' basketball performances tonight at Chattanooga State.
Less than four years ago, Sheldon Rodgers had never fired a gun at a target. Two weeks ago in Nashville, he led Soddy-Daisy High School to the state sporting clays championship by hitting 97 flying discs out of 100 from a series of 15 stations.
Junior outside linebacker Levi Goolesby loves nothing more in football than hitting, but he will have to forgo that part of the drills when the Ider (Ala.) High School team opens practice. Beyond that, Goolesby will miss the jamboree and Ider's first game.
Phoebe Wright's plan has worked wonderfully so far. Tonight she'll try to take it one final step to London.
The paddling Popps are adding their pop at the Whitewater World Championships next week at La Plagne, France.
Two former Southeastern Conference track All-Americans and national champions from Signal Mountain will try this week to earn spots in the London Olympics.
From failure and faith came fame and some degree of fortune for John Smoltz.
Even if their welcome-home party in Athens had to be postponed several hours Saturday night, the shine could not leave the faces of the Tennessee Wesleyan baseball team and coaches -- or their trophies.
It's been another grand year for Chattanooga State athletics, capped by the softball team winning its long-chased national championship that is the first in school history in any sport.
Lee University's baseball team finished in the top four of the NAIA World Series for the fifth year in a row but again is without a championship.
Two 24-year-old former University of Tennessee at Chattanooga runners relegated last year's overall winners to second place Monday morning in the Chattanooga Chase 8-kilometer race from Riverview Park.
RINGGOLD, Ga. - Top-ranked Columbus High School swept Ringgold 6-3 and 11-1 today for the Georgia Class AAA state baseball championship.
Lee University is moving on up.
It was truly a packed house that welcomed the champions back to the Chattanooga State campus Tuesday afternoon.
Chattanooga State wanted to play Salt Lake Community College during the Lady Tigers' 10-game season start in Nevada.
ATHENS, Tenn. -- Riding a 14-game winning streak that includes seven double-digit margins and three other victories by at least five runs, the Tennessee Wesleyan College baseball team would seem to be as ready as possible for the
The top-seeded Chattanooga State softball team opened the NJCAA Division I softball tournament in St. George, Utah with a 7-0 win over Aiken (S.C.) Tech this afternoon, and Lee University began pool play in the NAIA national tournament in Gulf Shores, Ala., with a 2-0 defeat of Reinhardt and pitcher Maddie Monroe from Calhoun, Ga.
The Chattanooga State softball team has proved it can be dominant, even against strong teams, as when it started this season with 10 consecutive wins in Nevada that included 7-2 victories over schools then ranked No. 1 and No. 9 in the country.
Lee University is tied for 11th out of 28 teams at 310 after the first round of the NAIA women's national tournament in Greeneville, Tenn.