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Therren Shelton-Szmidt


Photo by Devin P. Grimes / MTSU Sidelines The Blue Raiders (7-2) suffered a tough loss at the hands of the Auburn Tigers (9-1) at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday night by a score of 76-70. MTSU was led by senior guard Giddy Potts, who scored a game-high 19 points on 4-9 shooting from …

Photo by Devin P. Grimes / MTSU Sidelines For the second time this season, the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (5-1) defeated the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles (6-3). The teams first met on Nov. 21 in Murfreesboro, a game that resulted in an 85-72 Blue Raider victory. Middle Tennessee started off slow in Fort Myers, Florida, on …

Photo by David Chamberlain / MTSU Sidelines The college basketball season is officially underway, and the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (1-0) made a strong opening statement with a 104-52 blowout win against the Trevecca Trojans Friday morning. Nick King led all scorers with 17 points and recorded a game-high six rebounds. The Blue Raiders were …

Photo by Darwin Moore / MTSU Sidelines The Middle Tennessee Blue Raider men’s basketball program has made a name for itself in the last two years. With two Conference USA Tournament championships, a regular season conference championship and two marquee wins over Big Ten programs, head coach Kermit Davis is closer than ever to making …

Photo and video courtesy of Tanager Sports / Youtube Middle Tennessee head basketball coach Kermit Davis is known for going after versatile, tough and high-flying players from Perrin Buford to current Raiders’ Antwain Johnson and JaCorey Williams. Blue Raider fans will soon add another name to that group, Therren Shelton-Szmidt. Last Friday night, during the second quarter of …

Kermit Davis MTSU Basketball

Photo by Gregory French / Sidelines Archive MTSU men’s basketball officially begins the 2016 regular season tomorrow 11 a.m. at home against Milligan College. But for Kermit Davis and staff, their first real win came on Wednesday and Thursday in the form of 5 faxed letters of intent as the program added elite talent for years to come …