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Story by William Carter / Contributing Writer Bullpen woes upended the MTSU baseball team’s chance of defeating longtime diamond rival Murray State. The Blue Raiders fell 12-7 to the Racers Wednesday evening. The Racers opened the game scoring two runs, but the Blue Raiders answered back with a two-run home run from DJ Wright. Wright …

After a skid-snapping two wins over Charlotte a week ago, MTSU relapsed back into the loss column in its two-game trip to Marshall on Friday and Saturday afternoon. In both contests, MTSU (5-13, 3-9 C-USA) would give up season-highs in points allowed (107 on Friday, 95 on Saturday) with the Thundering Herd (12-5, 6-4) running …

After a period of no fanfare and people in the stands for Blue Raider athletics, MTSU athletic director Chris Massaro announced that a limited attendance will be allowed at all indoor MTSU athletics events. Detailed in a release by the athletic department Saturday evening, MTSU will allow students and season ticket holders to return to …

Sometimes in tough seasons, you need a few strokes of luck to get a win. And for MTSU Saturday night in Houston, they didn’t get just one…or two, or three but four. A couple of dinks of the crossbar and a collapse from the Rice (0-1) special teams unit handed a golden ticket to Asher …

Following a rollercoaster win over Florida International the week prior, the MTSU Blue Raider football team felt rejuvenated and reinvigorated after an 0-4 start to the season coming into the weekend’s matchup vs North Texas. And after a great first quarter that saw MTSU go up 21-7 over North Texas Saturday afternoon, the Blue Raiders …

The script had been written for the MTSU Blue Raiders. Another late drive to try and complete a comeback. Another case of falling just shy of victory. But Asher O’Hara and Greg Grate refused to copy and paste another game. Grate, a Miami native, secured the game-ending interception to give MTSU (1-4, 1-2 Conference USA) …