Maryville College rising senior Doug Whitten has been honored by the Golf Coaches Association of America for his efforts on and off the course. This native of Alberta, Canada is majoring in business management at MC.
Maryville College rising senior Blake Bowman has been named to the 2016-17 NABC Honors Court. In order to be named to the Honors Court, a student-athlete must meet a high standard of academic criteria. They must be a varsity basketball player with junior or senior academic standing. The recipient must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher at the conclusion of the 2016-17 academic year while representing a NCAA Division I, II, III, or NAIA Division I or II institution with a NABC member coach.
Maryville College senior Sarah Grace Holland was named a WGCA All-American scholar after playing in at least a dozen competitive rounds while averaging a 95 or better and maintaining a 3.5 grade point average or better throughout the duration of her collegiate career.
Maryville College Football and the Fighting Scots Gridiron Club will be hosting the 2017 East Tennessee 7 on 7 Perimeter Passing Day on Saturday, July 15th . The event will feature two sessions. The first session will begin at 9:00 am and conclude at 1:00 pm. The second session will begin at 1:00 pm and conclude at 5:00 pm.
The Maryville College Athletic Department is excited about our new partnership with Adidas beginning in the fall of 2017-18. Our friends, fans and former student-athletes have been requesting to purchase some of the older uniforms as inventory rotates. We would love to make these available to you.
Maryville College rising senior Rachel Taylor, a soccer goalkeeper in the fall and a softball first baseman in the spring for the Scots, is embarking on an international experience beginning Monday, June 5th. Through Beyond Sports Tours, Rachel will spend twelve days in Cape Town, South Africa practicing, enjoying international competition, and introducing softball through clinics at Turfhall Stadium.
The Maryville College athletic department honored five outstanding young men as nominees for the 2017 Male J.D. Davis Award.
Nominees for the department’s top male honor to senior student-athletes at Maryville College included: Sean Hagstrom (Cross Country), Joe Jones (Baseball), Caleb Lucas (Soccer), Nick Myers (Football), and Tyler Spicer (Basketball).
These young men displayed great leadership and desire to attain their personal best while making their programs better daily.
The 2017 Male J.D. Davis award winner, selected by the MC athletic staff, was Nick Myers.
The 2017 senior class had many student-athletes that exhibited J.D. Davis’ passion for excellence on and off the playing venues.
The nominees for the 2017 J.D. Davis Award included Allyson Freiermuth (Basketball), Eleni Mavres (Soccer), Morgan Strain (Cheerleading), and Julia Vineyard (Volleyball).
The 2017 Female J.D. Davis Award winner, selected by the MC athletic staff, was Julia Vineyard.
On Wednesday, May 3rd the Maryville College Athletic Department will honor their 62-senior student-athletes at their annual “Senior Athlete Celebration” in the Ronald and Lynda Nutt Theatre in the Clayton Center for the Arts.
(FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.) - Following the conclusion of the 2016-2017 season of USA South Athletic Conference competition, the final standings for the Overall, Men's and Women's Presidents Cups have been released. Piedmont College has captured both the Overall and Women's Cups while Maryville College earns the Men's Cup. This year is the 12th year the USA South will present an Overall, a Men's and a Women's Presidents Cup.
Head Coach Leah Kelley calls it ‘the Scots’ way,’ as Maryville College continues its trek for a USA South Athletic Conference Softball Tournament Championship.
The Scots rallied late again on Friday afternoon, as MC pulled its third upset of the USA South Tournament in defeating the No. 3 Huntingdon College Hawks, 4-3.
The Maryville College baseball team was eliminated from the 2017 USA South baseball tournament in LaGrange, Georgia after Greensboro College posted six runs in the final three innings to out-pace the Scots 9-6 on Thursday evening.