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Story by Jacob Young / Staff Writer Photo by Brent Beerends / MT Athletics Middle Tennessee ended the regular season on a down note with a 4-0 road loss against Southern Miss on Sunday. Freshman goalie Maddy Kim was the lone bright spot for the Blue Raiders, tallying six saves on the day in her first …

Story by Jacob Young / Staff Writer | Photo by Brent Beerends / MT Athletics Middle Tennessee (3-8-1, 1-4 C-USA) soccer dropped its fourth straight game Friday night in a 1-0 loss to Western Kentucky (9-4, 4-1 C-USA) in Bowling Green. Sophomore Celeste Barnard made her first career start as goalkeeper for the Blue Raiders, saving six-of-seven shots …

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 …

Story by Ian Harper // Contributing Writer Photo courtesy of MTSU Athletics Middle Tennessee (2-2-0) traveled to Nashville Thursday night to take on the Lipscomb Lady Bisons (3-1-1). The Blue Raiders were able to hang tight for a half but couldn’t stay with the Bisons in the final 45 minutes of the ball game, falling …

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MTSU has a near home matchup with Jackson State Thursday night in Nashville before hosting tough ACC opponent Florida State on Sunday afternoon. The Blue Raiders opened the 2016 regular season with a late win over Jacksonville State on a goal in the 84th minute from redshirt freshman Haley Nishimoto. Head coach Ashton Rhoden sat down …

Photo by Austin Lewis/Sidelines Archive Middle Tennessee soccer kicked off their 2016 campaign Friday night at home against Jacksonville State, winning 1-0 in a game that was decided near the end of the second half. Coming into the matchup, MTSU knew they would have to be patient and creative with their play. After losing their …