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MTSU Men's Tennis coach Jim Boredame stands on a tennis court while writing a note.

Photo courtesy of Blue Raider Men’s Tennis Facebook The week of Spring Break was supposed to be a time for the MTSU men’s tennis team to get in crucial outdoor tennis practice and matches in Houston. But in a whirlwind of 48 hours, the Blue Raiders’ hopes to finish the 2020 spring season with a …

Story by Knox Hargis / Contributing Writer Baseball has been a staple of the American community since 1869, and having the start of the Major League Baseball season delayed with most youth and high school leagues canceled is less than ideal to local communities across the country, and to avid fans. Henry Anderton is on …

Sports and entertainment have long been held in the public eye as the greatest escape from the problems and challenges of our day-to-day lives. And while that principle has been challenged many times in the past, perhaps it has never been proven less true that in the last 48 hours, as the sports world has …

It’s been a season to forget for MTSU, and especially for senior guard Antonio Green, at least on the stats sheet, but both went out on a high note Saturday night. Green’s three-point shot with four seconds left in overtime propelled the Blue Raiders to a win in its final game of the year 65-62 …

Story by Trevor Aldridge / Staff Writer Middle Tennessee State 7-23 (3-14) fell to UTEP 16-14 (7-10) by the narrow margin of 60-56 Wednesday night at the Murphy Center. “I thought our team competed, played hard and battled for a good portion of the night,” said MTSU Head Coach Nick McDevitt. The Blue Raiders found …

In a critical meeting in the 100 Miles of Hate, it’s appropriate that a pair of Murfreesboro natives paved the path to victory in the Murphy Center Saturday evening for the Blue Raiders. MTSU survived a late onslaught and two extra periods to put away the rival Hilltoppers and snap WKU’s 10-game winning streak 108-103 …