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Photo courtesy of MTSU Athletics Middle Tennessee (2-1-0) had their hands full Sunday afternoon as they took on No. 1 Florida State (3-0-0) in front of a packed crowd at Dean A. Hayes Stadium. Fans on hand experienced the first time in the team’s 21 year history that they have played host to a top-ranked …

Middle Tennessee (2-0-0) beat Jackson State (0-0-2) Thursday night at Vanderbilt Soccer Complex, winning 6-2. Although the score ended lopsided, it wasn’t until the 69th minute that the Blue Raiders began to put the game away. Once the team caught their second wind, goals flooded the scoreboard. The six goals in Thursday’s matchup was the most …

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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 …

The driving force behind a great team is the chemistry it carries. It’s not something that you’ll find at every school in the nation, but it’s something the Blue Raiders demonstrate inside the football program. That bond is no more evident at Middle Tennessee than at the quarterback position between Brent Stockstill and Austin Grammer. …

By: Caleb Luketic // Contributing Writer MURFREESBORO – Middle Tennessee (1-0) opened up the 2015 football season at home against FCS opponent Jackson State in a dominating fashion. When they finally found rhythm offensively, the Blue Raiders ran over Jackson State 70-14. The 70 points the Blue Raiders scored was their second largest in school …