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Photo courtesy of MT Athletics Women’s sports are often overlooked and undervalued. Even the two words, “women’s sports,” are often twisted to fit a narrative that sports played by men are better than women’s. Middle Tennessee State’s Hanley Long has something to say about that. She lets her golf swing do the talking. Long, a senior …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / MT Athletic Communications The Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders had their visit at Vanderbilt Legends Club cut short due to inclement weather in Franklin, Tennessee, this weekend, cooling off their hot start to the season. Middle Tennessee faced some of the toughest teams in the nation, such as Arizona State, Auburn, Clemson, …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / MT Athletics Communications The Middle Tennessee women’s golf team finished in the fifth spot at the Conference USA Championship in Fort Myers, Florida this week. The Raiders played in their own division that included UTSA, UTEP, Old Dominion, North Texas, Southern Mississippi, WKU, FIU, Charlotte, Marshall, Florida Atlantic and UAB. …

Photo by Brent Beerends / MT Athletic Communications The Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders finished strong in seventh place at the Mountain View Collegiate in Tuscon, Arizona this weekend. The Raiders were up against 16 other teams including Illinois, San Jose State, Missouri, Kansas, Central Arkansas, Colorado State, Wichita State, Kansas State, New Mexico State, North …

Photo by Brent Beerends / MT Athletics Communications The Lady Raiders ended their fall stint of the 2017-18 season this week, placing 13th in the Maryb S. Kauth Invitational in San Antonio, Texas. 14 teams participated in the event, including top-ranked Arkansas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Denver and Houston, aa well as Texas A&M, TCU, Maryland, …

Photo by Christina Long / Missouri Athletics Middle Tennessee golfer Hanley Long was named Conference USA’s Golfer of the Week for the week of October 2 for her incredible performance at the Johnie Imes Invitational. Long played a key part in the Lady Raiders’ third-place finish at the tournament, and she also finished fifth overall …