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Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor / Editor-in-Chief  The 2016 calendar year has been one to remember for Blue Raider Athletics. But more importantly, nearly every male sport has had a signature or upset win. When a team of any school wins in these type of games, it puts them on the map as a program …

Photo courtesy of MT Athletics With the Conference-USA Championship on the horizon, Middle Tennessee will look to continue its utter dominance in the sports of men’s and woman’s cross country. The men’s team   has won all but one race in the South Region and have looked impressive and consistent through all of them. The men are …

Photo by Gregory French / Sidelines Archive Middle Tennessee Soccer is nearing its end this season, and for some, it’s the end of a career. Angie Lai is one of four seniors leaving the Blue Raiders. Lai, originally from San Diego, viewed her arrival to MTSU as a fresh, exciting new start in her adult …

Photo by Brent Beerends / MT Athletics The 2016 soccer season is coming to a close as the team will soon turn their attention to postseason play, and later to the offseason. The Blue Raiders look to return many players to next year’s club and will be a definite threat for the conference. However, there will …

Photo by Greg French/ Sidelines Archive Homecoming 2016 festivities are already underway this week as the MTSU community prepares for Saturday’s game against their rival, Western Kentucky University. This year’s Homecoming theme is “Raideropoly: This is How We Roll,” with events and competitions styled after classic board games. “As we compete against WKU, it’s our OPERATION …

Photo by Brent Beerends/MT Athletics Middle Tennessee Soccer (3-7-1, 1-3 C-USA) was looking to end the weekend on a high note after a loss to Florida Atlantic on Friday night. The fans inside of Dean A. Hayes stadium Sunday afternoon were shown a thrilling double-overtime battle and an excellent performance from Haley Nishimoto. Unfortunately for those …