Furman men’s tennis had quite a weekend: two days, three victories.
Furman evened its lacrosse record and absorbed a softball loss to nationally ranked Georgia on Friday.
A Furman football great received just accolades, two current basketball stars added to their growing list of nominations, and others received due credit.
MYRTLE BEACH – A freshman led them, at least on Monday, at the General Hackler Championshp, a men’s golf tournament at the par-72, 7,233-yard Dunes Golf & Beach Club.
Furman picked up a home doubleheader sweep in a softball and a road victory in lacrosse on Saturday.
Addison Lynch, who coached in the National Football League for the past five seasons, is the new defensive backs coach on Clay Hendrix’s staff at Furman.
Furman fell by the most excruciating of margins, 4-3, in California at San Diego State on Wednesday.
Here’s a surprise. Bob Richey is up for prestigious awards for his performance as head men’s basketball coach.
Furman slowed the Presbyterian softball train by salvaging a doubleheader split with the Blue Hose on Tuesday in Clinton.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. – A strong 4th quarter snuffed out Furman’s upset bid as 2nd-seeded Chattanooga eliminated the 7th-seeded Paladins, 63-52, in the opening round of the Ingles Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Championship on Thursday.
A rising tide swept Furman’s Jalen Slawson into the Southern Conference’s most prestigious men’s basketball award.
It’s been a long, injury-wracked season for the Furman women’s basketball team, and it’s down to now or never when the Paladins take on favored Chattanooga on Thursday at 3:30 I the quarterfinal round of the Southern Conference Tournament at Harrah’s Cherokee Center in Asheville, N.C.
Grace van Rij and Jaelyn Acker earned inclusion on the All-Southern Conference women’s basketball team.
Paladins were all over the map, in terms of both locations and results, over the weekend.
Furman came around in a big way behind Jaelyn Acker’s 15 points to end a 4-game ski with a 62-45 Southern Conference women’s basketball victory over Samford on Saturday at Timmons Arena.
Furman split in women’s tennis and lost in softball over the past few days.
Fifth-year senior Grace van Rij had a big night with 24 points and 10 rebounds, but the Paladins couldn’t keep pace with Ameria Neal-Tysor, a graduate guard who tickled the strings with 42 points in Mercer’s 88-69 victory on Thursday night at Timmons Arena.
Pierre Curtis, Furman assistant women’s basketball coach, was selected by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) to participate in its Next Generation Institute.
Junior Sierra Tufts tossed a complete game, struck out 3 and allowed just a run off 4 hits as Furman clipped Bellarmine, 5-1, in the finale of the Furman Softball Invitational on Sunday afternoon at Pepsi Stadium.
The home softball team suffered a couple setbacks in the Furman Invitational on Saturday at Pepsi Stadium.
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. -- Furman fought the good fight but fell short against red-hot East Tennessee State in Southern Conference women’s basketball on Saturday afternoon at Brooks Gym.
Furman got off to a roaring start in the Paladins’ softball invitational on Friday with a 10-2 break of Sacred Heart at Pepsi Stadium.
East Tennessee State comes to Timmons Arena on Sunday for a 6 p.m. Southern Conference men’s basketball that will air live on ESPNU.
Furman’s regular-season men’s basketball finale at Samford is a big game. If the Paladins and Bulldogs both win the two intervening Southern Conference game, it becomes bigger.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Furman rallied late, but Yazz Wazeerud-Din led Chattanooga to a 70-63 victory over the Paladins in Southern Conference women’s basketball at McKenzie Arena on Thursday night.
Furman women’s basketball is on the road again. This foray is into the Volunteer State, though not against the Volunteers, per se.
On Tuesday at Pepsi Stadium, Furman tried to cross a bridge too far.
Way out in Seattle, Wash., Furman runners posted personal bests in weekend indoor track and field meets in Seattle, Wash., and Lynchburg, Va. recorded nine top-25 finishes.
The record’s not so hot, but Furman women’s basketball is getting better down the Southern Conference stretch.
It’s a quick turnaround, but the Furman women’s basketball team carries the momentum of a Thursday-night, 66-53, victory over Western Carolina when it faces UNC Greensboro at 11:30 a.m. at Timmons Arena on Saturday.
The Paladins have to speed up in order to skid to a halt. Or at least bring it to a halt.
Jalen Slawson was Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Month for January. Now it’s February.
Furman embarks upon spring football practice with a goal of going farther in its autumn quest. Last year the Paladins finished 10-3, earned an FCS playoff bid, won its 1st-round game and fell just three points shy in the 2nd.
Jalen Slawson was the Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Month for January, and his was a multi-faceted honor.
At home – well, the Well – the Paladins put up a fight against rival Wofford but succumbed, 69-66, in women’s basketball Saturday afternoon.
Head football coach Clay Hendrix released five more signings in the recruiting class earlier this week.
Furman seeks to put an end to a 4-game losing streak in a rare appearance downtown to take on rival Wofford at Bon Secours Wellness Arena on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Junior Megan Marvin and Sophomore Matthew Smith set Furman women’s and men’s 800-meter indoor records Saturday in the final day of competition at the Clemson Bob Pollock Invitational.
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