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The MT women’s basketball team lost senior forward Cheyenne Parker today due to an undisclosed violation of athletic department policies, according to the Daily News Journal. Parker, a transfer from High Point University, is suspended indefinitely and will sit out the first five games of the 2014-15 season. She’ll be sitting out two exhibition games and …

After having a bye this past weekend, the Blue Raiders (5-3) will return to the gridiron this Saturday to host the Brigham-Young University Cougars (4-4) at Floyd Stadium, following BYU’s 55-30 loss to Boise State this past Friday. “They’re a good football team,” Head Coach Rick Stockstill said. “Their record doesn’t indicate how good they …

It was tough sledding in the first two days for the Middle Tennessee women’s tennis team, but they finished strong on Sunday at the 2014 Hoosier Invitational women’s tennis tournament in Bloomington, Indiana. The three Blue Raider competitors still alive on Sunday in the consolation bracket won their final singles match. Jesse Grace powered by …

The Blue Raiders clinched a spot in the Conference-USA championship game after their 1-0 victory over the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers on Sunday night. Middle Tennessee improved to 8-7-2 overall and 5-3-1 in C-USA play with their Senior Night victory. MT and UAB did not score in the first half, with both teams putting up two shots …

The Tennessee Volunteers (3-5, 0-4 SEC) dropped yet another game back in the SEC, suffering their eigth-straight loss to cross-division rival Alabama (7-1, 4-1 SEC), 34-20 on Saturday night. As expected, Justin Worley did not play and, by some accounts, will not play for the remainder of the season due to a shoulder injury. Redshirt …

Rice University won Friday’s matchup in three sets to one against Middle Tennessee after the Blue Raiders let their lead slip in set four. Rice freshman Leah Mikesky pushed ahead and stole the lead from MT. Junior Chelsea Ross made a strong kill near the first set’s conclusion (19-16), but had little effect once Rice …