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College

  • Upcoming games (Jan. 18-28)

    Wednesday, Jan. 18
    HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL —
    Bardstown vs. Bethlehem in Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All “A” Classic at Green County (7:30). HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL — Bardstown vs. Washington County in Touchstone Energy Fifth Region All “A” Classic at Green County (6:00).
    Thursday, Jan. 19

  • CU whips West Va. Tech in regular-season finale

    Campbellsville University closed out the 2011 regular season Saturday with a 32-23 victory over West Virginia University’s Institute of Technology at HIG Field and Finley Stadium. The Senior Day victory gives the Tigers their third-straight winning record in a regular season for the first time since the mid-1990s.

  • CU hosts NCCAA Victory Bowl on Saturday

    Campbellsville University will host Greenville College for the 2011 Victory Bowl on Saturday (1:00) at Finley Stadium, the National Christian College Athletics (NCCAA) announced Sunday evening. Kickoff time is set for 1 p.m. ET.
    The game will be televised on WLCU-TV on Comcast Cable channel 22 in Taylor County and will be streamed live online. Also, radio coverage of the game will be provided locally by WLCU 88.7 FM (wlcufm.com).

  • CU hoop teams post road triumphs

    Tiger men respond with 113-56 win over Chillicothe
    Campbellsville University men’s basketball bounced back from a disappointing season opener loss to close out the Giovanni Tip-off Classic with a 113-59 victory over Ohio University-Chillicothe on Saturday.
    “We took the loss last night (Friday) and responded the way you’d want a team to respond with better energy and better effort,” CU head coach Keith Adkins said. “We still have some things we can work on, but it was a step in the right direction.”

  • Tigers trounce UVA-Wise 42-6

    Campbellsville University used an early defensive spark and went on to finish out a 42-6 home win Saturday against UVA-Wise at HIG Field in Finley Stadium.
    The game did not seem to start in the Fighting Tigers favor as Wise blocked a Carl Ojala punt and the Cavaliers recovered at the CU 27.
    However, Wise would not take advantage, finding themselves on a fourth down of their own at the Campbellsville 11. Wise had its kick blocked by Tiger senior Dwight Houston, who scooped the loose ball for a 15-yard return.

  • Lady Tigers get out of gate fast, win opener 96-40

    The road is likely to get rougher, but Campbellsville University’s Lady Tigers smoothed out a few bumps en route to a 96-40 basketball win over Tennessee Temple in the Lady Tigers’ home- and season-opener on Friday night.
    Mackenzie Lee and Courtney Clifton sparked a first-half run that led to a 53-24 advantage at intermission. The Lady Tigers scored the first 14 points of the game, six by Lee and four by Megan Isaacs. From there CU threw a variety of lineups at the Lady Crusaders (0-2) from Chattanooga.

  • Tigers drop season opener to Miami-Middletown 83-74

    Campbellsville University men’s basketball did not have the season opener it wanted Friday, falling 83-74 to the University of Miami-Middletown (Ohio) in the Giovanni’s Tip-off Classic at the University of Rio Grande.

  • CU edges Kentucky Christian 24-21

    Two fumbles and 10 points in the final minute of play sealed a Campbellsville University comeback against the Kentucky Christian University Knights 24-21 on Saturday afternoon at Huntington (West Va.) High School.
    The win pulled the Tigers even in Mid-South Conference East Division play at 2-2 and snapped a four-game losing streak.
    Senior placekicker David Hon won the game for the Tigers with a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The winning drive was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Knights’ 17 yard line.

  • CU edges Kentucky Christian 24-21

    Two fumbles and 10 points in the final minute of play sealed a Campbellsville University comeback against the Kentucky Christian University Knights 24-21 on Saturday afternoon at Huntington (West Va.) High School.
    The win pulled the Tigers even in Mid-South Conference East Division play at 2-2 and snapped a four-game losing streak.
    Senior placekicker David Hon won the game for the Tigers with a 32-yard field goal as time expired. The winning drive was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Knights’ 17 yard line.

  • Faulkner beats Tigers in 59-49 barn-burner

    Entering the game Saturday, everyone knew a losing streak was going to come to an end at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. However, it was Faulkner University that came out on top in a barn burner victory over Campbellsville University, 59-49.
    Campbellsville pulled ahead by 11 points to go into halftime leading, 28-17, after scoring 14 unanswered points in the second quarter. The Eagles’ quarterback Josh Hollingsworth and his offense could not be stopped in the second half though, as the sophomore threw for a school record 564 yards and six touchdowns.