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  • Lady Tigers begin with 99-87...

    The No. 11 Campbellsville University Lady Tigers got their 2009-2010 season tipped off Monday night in Sumter, S.C. with a 99-87 win over Morris College.

    The Lady Tigers rode the double-digit first-half scoring of four players to manufacture a 59-41 lead at intermission over their athletic opponent.

  • CU clinches winning football...

    Campbellsville University overcame a 20-3 deficit to beat Union College 31-29 on Senior Day and guarantee the program’s first winning season since 2004.

    “This win just moves us to another level in this program,” said Campbellsville University head coach Perry Thomas, who took over the CU program in 2008 after a 0-10 season the year before. “It also says a lot about our seniors’ character for staying with the program and not giving up in the tough years.”

  • No. 11-rated Lady Tigers tip off...

    The No. 11-ranked Campbellsville University Lady Tigers begin their 2009-10 basketball season Monday on the road at Morris College in Sumter, S.C.

    After road games this weekend in Illinois, coach Ginger Colvin’s club goes to McKenzie, Tenn.  next weekend for the Roy N. Baker Classic.

    After a road trip to Oakland City (Ind.) on Nov. 27, the Lady Tigers start the home portion of their schedule on Friday, Nov. 27 vs. McKendree College.

    CU is led by a pair of Mid-South Conference returnees in juniors Courtney Danis and Whitney Ballinger.

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  • CU men roll in opener

    Campbellsville University broke open a 14-10 game in Columbia Friday night at the Lindsey Wilson College Homecoming Classic, pulled out to a 51-24 half-time lead and went on to defeat the University of Michigan-Dearborn 96-65 in the season opener.

    Coach Keith Adkins’ Tigers led by as many as 32 in the second half. Dearborn cut that lead to 24 before Nestor Colmenares hammered home two successive dunks.

  • Estill eliminates TCHS for...

    Taylor County High School overcame a lackluster offensive first half before dropping a 21-14 road decision to Estill County in first-round play-off action on Friday night.

    The Cards (4-7) had one first down at the half but moved the chains 11 times in the second half and accumulated 174 yards and held the Engineers to four first downs and 106 yards.

    “Our offensive adjustments at half-time worked,” TCHS head coach Rodney Turpin admitted. “We were already doing a good job defensively and I’m really proud of our effort.”

  • Cumberlands control CU gridders...

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  • Elimination begins on Friday

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  • Tiger men tangle with UK in...

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  • Washington edges CHS 21-20 in...

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