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Photo by Darius Horton / MTSU Sidelines Story by Nathan Vaughan / Sports Reporter Returning home after last week’s trip to Florida, the Middle Tennessee women’s tennis team hosted two tough opponents this weekend in the Louisville Cardinals and Tulsa Golden Hurricane. The Cardinals came into their match with a 5-0 record, while Tulsa sat …

Photo by Devin P. Grimes / MTSU Sidelines Story by Teylor Hines / Contributing Writer The Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders (5-3) traveled to face the fourth-ranked Louisville Lady Cardinals (11-0) in Louisville, Kentucky. The game was one-sided from start to finish, as MTSU fell by a final score of 80-26. The Lady Raiders struggled offensively, averaging …

Photo by Devin P. Grimes / MTSU Sidelines The Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders (5-2) ended their two-game losing streak by defeating the Coppin State Eagles by a score 69-39 in the Education Day game. Looking for a victory, they did not disappoint the 7,500 Murfreesboro City School students in attendance. The Lady Raiders had a …

Photo by Devin P. Grimes / MTSU Sidelines The Middle Tennessee women’s tennis team played their first home match of the season over the weekend at the ITA Ohio Valley Regional tournament, held at Adams Tennis Complex in Murfreesboro. Their tournament was marked by successes on the singles side of the tournament, while also experiencing …

Photo and story by Emma Demonbreun / Contributing Writer Nashville is a city of many trades, but recent Belmont graduate Megan Beaven noticed that the ever-growing city was missing out on a growing trend: edible cookie dough. And so No Baked Cookie Dough was born, the Louisville, Kentucky, native’s dessert business that specializes in cookie …

Photo by Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor The Middle Tennessee Lady Raiders faced one of their toughest challenges of the season on Wednesday night when they played host to the fifth-ranked Louisville Cardinals. The Lady Raiders, led by a career-high scoring effort from Ty Petty, fought the entire game, but fell in the end by …