Posts in category

Baseball


Story by Will Carter / Sports Editor When your back is against the wall, there’s only a couple options left on the table. Option one – stay pinned against the wall, and let the opposition run away with it. Option two – kick the wall down, and fight your way back into the competition.  Throughout …

Story by Will Carter / Sports Editor Home openers are some of the most anticipated games in college baseball with fans in attendance for the home team and players getting to perform for those fans, but Middle Tennessee (3-6) struggled at the plate against Lipscomb (4-3) in their first game at Reese Smith Jr. Field …

Story by Will Carter / Sports Editor Every player, every coach and every team sets a goal before the season starts. From the number of stolen bases to earning a postseason berth, a target is placed at the end of the road with the intent of hitting a bullseye. The Blue Raider’s desire last season …

Story by William Carter / Sports Editor Very few moments have occurred that completely shut down the sports world. Most recently, the Coronavirus pandemic shut down the majority of the world for months, taking sports with it. The most memorable before that is 9/11. September 11, 2001 was a normal Tuesday in America until 8:45 …

Story by Noah Baughman / Contributing Writer Aaron Brown has made a name for himself on Middle Tennessee’s campus and pitcher’s mound in just two years in Murfreesboro, and it is far more than just the throwback mustache. But who is Aaron Brown and how did a mid-major school like MTSU end up with one …

Story by William Carter / Contributing Writer A moment most kids dream of came to life for infielder Hunter Sullivan in game one of the doubleheader against Rice Friday. Bottom of the ninth inning with runners on first and second, Sullivan stepped to the plate with two outs. He bunted the ball to the pitcher …