• Lady Tiger softball, Tiger baseball eliminated in MSC Tourneys

    Lady Tigers get beat in MSC Tourney ‘if necessary’ tilt
    Campbellsville University forced an if necessary game Saturday, but Lindsey Wilson put away their third straight MSC Softball Tournament championship by scoring nine first-inning runs in the title tilt, winning 20-2.
    The Lady Tigers had won six straight tourney games (after a loss in the opener) to force a second game, taking charge of the morning encounter 11-7 on the shoulders of Courtney Turpin’s seven-hit, complete-game win.

  • 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.