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  • Chin medals as women earn second straight A-Sun title

    For the second year in a row and for the third time in seven seasons, the ETSU women’s golf team has earned the top spot in the Atlantic Sun Conference.

  • Yllera honored as Atlantic Sun player of the Week

    After putting the finishing touches on an unbeaten conference campaign, ETSU sophomore Sebastian Yllera has been named Atlantic Sun Men’s Tennis Co-Player of the Week along with North Florida’s Yannick Zuern.

  • Burmit, Merino named A-sun tennis scholar-athletes of the year

    The ETSU tennis program continued its rich tradition of academic excellence Tuesday, as the Buccaneers placed a league-best seven players on the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference Team, including Scholar Athletes of the Year, Ismael Merino and Jessica Brumit.

  • Legal testosterone boosters building better athletes

    Although steroids and human growth hormones are against the rules in professional athletics. The NCAA and the next level are using testosterone boosters and other means to build muscle before and after they go to the gym. 

  • Baseball Bucs strive to carry winning ways to Florida

    Coming off a perfect 4-0 homestand, the ETSU baseball team now looks to carry its winning ways on the road as the Bucs open a three-game conference set Thursday night at Jacksonville’s John Sessions Stadium.

  • ETSU women defend A-Sun golf title Monday

    Intent on defending its 2013 title, the ETSU women’s golf team will begin play Monday in the 25th Atlantic Sun Conference Championships at the Jekyll Island Golf Club’s Pine Lakes Course. A year ago, the Buccaneers captured the team title with a three-round total of 880, and the team returns four of their five players from that 2013 squad.

  • Strong pitching isn’t enough, Bucs fall to UNF, 4-2

    Senior pitcher Katie Wolff allowed just three earned runs through 5⅓  innings of work Sunday afternoon; however, ETSU’s offense mustered only two runs, as the Bucs suffered a narrow, 4-2 setback to North Florida. The victory gave UNF the series win, as the two teams split a double-header Saturday.

  • Seniors go out with a bang with 6-1 win over Mercer

    Seniors Giulia Andreazza, Salma Dahbi, and Sofia Espana know a thing or two about winning. Together, the three have combined to win more than 200 matches while at ETSU. Saturday, they added one more, helping the Bucs to a 6-1 win over Mercer on Senior Day.

  • Bucs win ninth straight match, clinch A-Sun season title

    Playing in his final match on the Buddy Hartsell Courts at the Dave Mullins Tennis Complex, senior Roger Ordeig went out in in the same fashion ETSU fans have come to expect from him: with a win. The Gurb, Spain, native picked up a match-clinching victory at No.

  • asd Bucs use nine-run fifth to finish sweep of UNF, 10-4

    Freshman Jamin McCann gave the Bucs seven strong innings and the offense rewarded the southpaw with a nine-run fifth, as the ETSU baseball team completed the sweep of North Florida with a 10-4 win on Sunday afternoon at Thomas Stadium. McCann held the Ospreys to one run on seven hits, while striking out one and walking none in a career-high seven innings of work to earn the win (3-3).