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  • Duke, Kansas, Big East pair to...

    Do people still read warning labels and when they do, do they read them carefully? That, being the case, these picks for the Men’s NCAA Division 1 Basketball Tournament should probably come with a grain of salt and the following label: do not bet anything you can’t afford to lose using these selections.
    Then again, some folks have found that you can go completely opposite of the choices and get more right than this sports editor.
    But, with not one clear-cut favorite for the national championship, do expect more upsets this year than in recent memory.

  • Lady Tigers earn a No. 1 seed in...


  • J.B. Holmes on the PGA TOUR

    Note: J.B. Holmes visited Johns Hopkins Hospital for more tests on Tuesday. According to Golf Channel’s Tim Rosaforte, Holmes “has been allowed by the PGA TOUR to take beta blockers to aid with his condition” — Chiari Malformation.

  • Lady Tigers open with win, CU...

    Lady Tigers awaken, down SCC 105-78 in first round
    Campbellsville awoke from a first-half slumber and survived a scare from St. Catharine in the opening round of the Mid-South Tournament moving on with a 105-78 win on Thursday.
    The Lady Patriots, using eight first-half threes, trailed by five (47-42) at intermission before the Lady Tigers used a 28-11 run to start the second half and pushed the lead to 22 (75-53). SCC closed within 12 with 6:00 to go, but again the Lady Tigers made a run.

  • Bethlehem bursts Cards'...


  • Marion County Lady Knights,...

    Marion County used a strong fourth quarter to repeat as Girls’ Fifth Region Tournament champions 53-52 over Elizabethtown on Saturday night in Lebanon.
    The Lady Knights used eight points, including a pair of three-pointers from tourney MVP Kyvin Goodin-Rogers to overcome a 42-35 deficit.
    It was the sixth straight year that the Lady Panthers (29-4) had been in the title game. E-town won titles in 2006, 2008 and 2009.

  • CU men hoops' team hosts...

    Campbellsville University will have a chance at two more home games this season. After the Tigers’ NAIA Tournament hopes came to an end with a Mid-South Conference Tournament loss last week, CU will now serve as the No.1 seed in the Mid-East Region of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Tournament.
    Campbellsville (16-15) will host Tennessee Temple on Thursday in a 7 p.m. tip-off at Powell Athletic Center.
    The other region semifinal Thursday night will be between No. 3 Victory Christian and second-seed King College.

  • Lady Tigers complete MSC sweep

    CU Press Release

    Campbellsville University dominated the final six minutes Sunday to blow past Shawnee State University 72-58 in Farnham Dudgeon Arena and claim the 2011 Mid-South Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament championship.
    The win is Campbellsville’s fourth time to win both the MSC regular season and tournament titles, and first since 2004, ending a two-year run as regular season champ but tournament bridesmaid.

  • E-town ends Lady Cards'...


  • Senior Day split vs. Cumberlands

    Lady Tiger seniors go out in style
    The Campbellsville University Lady Tigers had a senior moment Saturday afternoon, but fortunately it wasn’t one endorsed by the AARP.
    Saying goodbye to six seniors who have led Campbellsville to 103 wins, the Lady Tigers dismantled the University of the Cumberlands 101-72 for their 32nd conference win in their last 33 starts.