• Lady Tigers slide in MSC softball race

    Georgetown College (30-12, 16-4) swept Campbellsville University (32-18, 14-7) softball in convincing fashion Tuesday afternoon, 6-0, 5-1.
    Jordan Cornett singled in the first and Courtney Turpin singled in the second for CU’s only hits in the first game.
    CU led 1-0 in the second game when Heather Oakley hit her eighth homer of the season. But Campbellsville was relegated to only three more hits  — Bailey Dillender, Brooke Boils and Kristin Benton.

  • CU baseball sweeps Cumberlands

    The baseball Tigers swept their Mid-South Conference three-game series with Cumberlands over the weekend and downed Cumberland (Tenn.) on Tuesday.
    After a 13-3 romp on Friday (behind Chance Kopacz’ four-RBI game), Ryan Richardson and Michael McBride hurled shutouts on Saturday.
    Rusty Devitt improved to 3-0 as CU upended Cumberland (Tenn.) 9-2.
    CU travels to Rio Grande this weekend.

  • Five Lady Tigers earn MSC Player of Week accolades

    Pollock named Mid-South Women’s Golfer of the Week
    Campbellsville University’s MeLeigha Pollock is the Mid-South Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week, conference officials announced on Monday.
    Pollock earns her first weekly conference award of the season and of her career.

  • Errors, walk-off HR lift Bellarmine over CU Tigers 8-7

    A ninth-inning rally by the Campbellsville University Tigers was overshadowed with a pinch-hit, walk-off home run to lift Bellarmine University over No. 13 Campbellsville University 8-7 at Knights Field on March 28.
    Campbellsville used a walk, single and walk to load the bases in the top of the ninth and then pushed two runs across on an RBI walk by Michael Durham and an RBI hit-by-pitch for March Garza.
    The Tigers left nine runners on base in the game, including seven in scoring position.

  • Turpin-led Lady Tigers upend LWC


  • St. Catharine pins 75-61 loss on Lady Tigers

    Campbellsville's Lady Tigers fiddled away a first-half lead, drew even early in the second half, but could not maintain their momentum, losing to the home-standing St. Catharine’s Lady Patriots 75-61 Saturday afternoon.
    Campbellsville built an early 11-4 lead on threes by Courtney Clifton (two) and Mackenzie Lee. But, CU would not hit another three the entire game and shot 27 percent from the field. As a matter of fact, after hitting four of its first six shots, CU went 3-22 the rest of the half. The Lady Tigers hit 16-58 shots from the field.

  • CU dismantles SCC 71-58

    Campbellsville University's Tigers, playing some of their best basketball of the season, dismantled St. Catharine  College and came away with its fourth straight win 71-58 Saturday in Springfield.
    The Tigers, who hit 5-7 on three-pointers in the first half while the Patriots (0-17) were shooting blanks, burst out to a 37-17 lead at the half.
    SCC closed to within 39-26 two and a half minutes into the second half, but CU responded with a 10-3 run of its own, punctuated by a fall-away three by Cedric Henderson as the shot clock was winding down.

  • Lady Tigers whip up on UVA-Wise


  • Tiger teams split at West Virginia Tech

    Campbellsville scored the first eight points of the second half and that was enough to propel the Lady Tigers to a sloppily-played 77-60 win on Feb. 4 at West Virginia Tech.
    Leading by eight with 11:30 to go in the game, Campbellsville pounded the offensive glass and worked to a 64-48 margin with four minutes to go. Caroline Owen drained a three-pointer to give the Lady Tigers that lead. That lead increased to 17 when Lindy Young hit two free tosses with 1:32 remaining.

  • Lady Tigers sprint away from Pikeville