With the season just around the corner, boys basketball teams from the Big 7 and Three Rivers conferences hit the court at Sullivan East on Thursday night for their annual jamboree.
ETSU got down and dirty Thursday night and ground out a 61-58 victory over Winthrop at Freedom Hall, in the process improving to 3-0 for the first time since 1998.
It’s only two games into the season, but it appears as though a couple of questions are being answered for the East Tennessee State basketball team.
For the first time ever, the 30th annual Hardee’s Classic will include both boys and girls basketball tournaments.
Jordan Bowden scored 19 of his career-high 26 points in the second half and Tennessee rallied from 12 points down to beat Murray State 82-63 on Tuesday night.
Briggs Parris scored 22 points to lead the Virginia-Wise men to a win in their home opener, and the Emory & Henry women fell victim to hot-shooting Maryville.
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Rennia Davis had a career-high 33 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Tennessee women’s basketball team to a 74-63 upset win over No. 15 Notre Dame on Monday night.
Patrick Good scored 24 points for the ETSU men’s basketball team, which went on the road Saturday and beat UT-Martin 92-75.
When they announced the starting lineup for East Tennessee State’s basketball team Wednesday night, Tray Boyd III’’s name wasn’t called. He sure made up for lost time.
It’s showtime for the East Tennessee State basketball team, and not only are the Bucs about to begin the season, they’re going to try to live up to some pretty lofty expectations.
Erica Haynes-Overton scored a career-high 41 points as the East Tennessee State women’s basketball team pushed Tennessee to the limit Tuesday night in front of a packed Freedom Hall crowd.
East Tennessee State opens its women’s basketball season by hosting Tennessee on Tuesday, 7 p.m. at Freedom Hall. The game will mark the debut of Kelly Harper as Lady Vols coach.
There were plenty of coaching moments in the ETSU men’s 80-62 exhibition basketball win over Limestone on Friday night, and Bucs coach Steve Forbes plans to revisit every one of them.