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Photo by Ambre Rogue / MTSU Sidelines Story by Cody Strickler  Middle Tennessee (4-17, 1-6 C-USA) was hoping to break a six-game losing streak Friday night taking on the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners (13-4, 4-1 C-USA). MTSU fought hard all game inside the historic Alumni Memorial Gym, but eventually 3-1. The match began with a back …

Photo by Ambre Rogue / Contributing Photographer  Middle Tennessee (4-16, 1-5 C-USA) was looking to end a couple streaks Sunday when they took on the Florida Atlantic Owls (8-10, 2-2 C-USA). Unfortunately, MTSU saw both streaks continue in their 3-0 loss. Not only did MTSU lose their sixth consecutive game, but the FAU win streak over MTSU …

Story by Jacob Young / Staff Writer  Photo courtesy of MTSU Athletics Tyler Lamb / Sports Editor contributed to this story  Middle Tennessee Volleyball is on their third head coach in less than a year with Jeff Huebner taking over as interim head coach. Previous head coach Dan Ahiers resigned Sept. 27 after being suspended for …

Story by Jacob Young / Staff Writer | Photo by Austin Lewis / Sidelines Archive Middle Tennessee (4-12, 1-2 C-USA) hosted Rice (10-7, 3-0 C-USA) Friday night in their 2016 Conference USA home opener, just the fourth home contest of the season. The Blue Raiders displayed high levels of energy throughout the night but the Owls proved to be too …

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Photo by Connor Ulrey/Sports Editor Middle Tennessee Head Volleyball Coach Dan Ahiers resigned Tuesday night following a two-week suspension, according to the Daily News Journal. According to the report, Ahiers was suspended for “alcohol-related behavior.” Athletic Director Chris Massaro told the DNJ that Ahiers’ behaviors were “contrary to the expectations [the university has] of our head …

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 Photo by Connor Ulrey/MTSU Sidelines Middle Tennessee State University’s head volleyball coach Dan Ahiers has been suspended indefinitely from his coaching duties, according to the Daily News Journal. Ahiers has missed the past four matches, but no detail had been given as to why. In statement by Chris Massaro, MTSU athletic director, Ahiers was placed …