KSU’s surging softball team posted two dominant results against the Stetson Hatters (21-16, 6-6 A-Sun) to seal its place atop the Atlantic Sun Conference standings on Saturday in DeLand, Fl with a sweep of the Stetson Hatters.
In game one, the Owls used an offensive explosion in the final inning to pull away for a 5-1 victory. With...Sports
On Saturday, Vera Shkundina and the KSU women’s tennis team wrapped up their regular season (14-7, 6-3 A-Sun) with a 6-1 win over the Jacksonville Dolphins. Now the team will prepare to take on Stetson in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Conference Championships on April 20th.
The Owls went into the weekend as the third best team...Sports
KSU’s men’s tennis program finished their season with a disappointing 4-3 loss to the Jacksonville Dolphins that shocked head coach T.J. Greggs.
Senior and team captain Simon Janik didn’t let an early let down in doubles get in the way as he pulled off a three set victory in his final match as an Owl.
“This was one of the most...Sports
The International Sports Federation returned on March 23 after a 10 day mission trip in Alaska, helping with the 2012 Iditarod, the world’s most prestigious sled dog race.
This trip is just one of the many projects this Acworth based non-profit organization plans each year. But there is more to ISF than just the planned yearly...Sports
On Saturday, KSU’s women’s tennis team picked up their sixth consecutive win and possibly their most impressive victory in program history, coming back to win, 4-3, over tennis power house East Tennessee State.
The Lady Owls were off to a strong start with the doubles point in hand after winning two
out of three matches. However...Sports
KSU’s men’s baseball team fell to the 23rd ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Tuesday to the tune of 7-3, leaving the Owls 0-2 against their in-state rivals for the 2012 season.
A record crowd of 1,314 fans showed up to Stillwell Stadium for the game, breaking the record set last season between the same two squads.
KSU’s men’s and women’s track team competed in the Tiger Track Classic over the weekend, in preparation for the 2012 Atlantic Sun Track and Field Championships.
The two-day event took place at Auburn University. Competition began on Friday and ended on Saturday.
The distance runners for the men had a great amount of success...Sports
KSU’s softball team fell, 6-3, at the hands of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Wednesday at Bailey Park on the KSU campus.
Despite the defeat, the evening was a success for both teams as a total of $1,500 in ticket proceeds were raised for the Lexi Kaiser Foundation on the night dubbed Lexi’s Night.
Kaiser, a nine year-old...Sports
A few dozen people showed up to the East lot on KSU campus, Friday afternoon, for the school’s first student run tailgating event. Unfortunately the grills and games couldn’t see the light of day, as rain washed away the event and managed to push back the first pitch of the baseball game between KSU and North Florida for two...Sports
KSU’s women’s softball team used a 7-2 victory in the second game of a double-header on Saturday to split a two-game series with USC Upstate (28-6, 2-2 A-Sun) in Spartanburg, S.C., and finish its conference road trip with a 3-1 record.
The Owls struggled in the first game on Saturday, producing just one run in a 1-0 shutout.
KSU’s men’s baseball team used three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning on Sunday afternoon to take a thrilling, comeback victory to sweep the North Florida Ospreys at Stillwell Stadium in Kennesaw, GA.
The Owls trailed 3-1 in the final frame with Chris McGowan on first base when Andy Chriscaden hit a single, lending the winning...Sports
KSU’s men’s tennis team pulled off a thrilling, 4-3, comeback win last Sunday over Lipscomb as freshman Alexander Pena held on in a second set tie-break to earn the deciding point for the Owls.
“Today was probably one of the most exciting matches I’ve ever coached,” said head coach T.J. Greggs. “It just went about as close...