January 31st, 201427by Andrew Howard (Staff writer)
College sports do not stop for anything, not even Atlanta's ice fiasco. The Sentinel is here to fill in some things you may have missed over the week.
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Athletic director Vaughn Williams announced that head coach Lewis Preston will return from his sabbatical at the end of this...
January 15th, 201476
by Andrew Howard (Staff Writer)
Kennesaw State football will be celebrating its initial class of recruits on Wednesday Feb. 5 for National Signing Day. The athletic department released on Monday details about how the day will transpire.
National Signing Day, the ceremonious end to most of the marathon-like...
Before making the 700-plus mile journey back to Arkansas last summer, Eduardo Rincon felt the urge to make a phone call to his wife, Rosemary. Then an assistant tennis coach at the University of Arkansas, Rincon was feeling confidently energized after interviewing to be the head men’s coach at KSU.
“If these people offer me...Football
Until the coaching staff moved into KSU’s new football facility on October 16th, most of the program’s developments were only theoretical.
Coaches, a corporate sponsor, and a football-only membership in the Big South were all announced since football was officially approved in February. Those are all vital steps, but none had...Soccer
Two second-half goals from Jacksonville ended KSU’s 2013 season in disappointing fashion in the Atlantic Sun semifinals on Friday afternoon at the FGCU Soccer Complex.
As the Owls found out, it is typically hard to beat a team twice in a year, especially when the opponent is coming off a first-round bye, as the Dolphins were....Soccer
An early Shannon Driscoll goal was the catalyst in KSU’s 1-0 victory over Lipscomb on Saturday night in the first round of the Atlantic Sun soccer playoffs.
KSU seemed to have scored seconds earlier when Jewelia Strickland’s corner found the head of Nicole Calder. Calder’s header appeared to cross the line, but the freshman...Soccer
Combining the typical instability of the final day of soccer competitions with the inherent peculiarity of the state of Florida gave KSU’s soccer team a wide range of possibilities as they traveled to Jacksonville to finish the regular season.
To qualify for the six-team Atlantic Sun playoffs, all KSU needed to do was earn a...Soccer
For most teams, homecoming weekend is a chance to coast against an overmatched opponent and leisurely watch a parade. Instead, KSU soccer had to settle for two crucial Atlantic Sun matches against the first- and second-place teams in the conference.
The Owls, who were winless since October 4th, were in desperate need of a positive...Soccer
Any hope KSU had of bringing home a soccer victory as a 50th birthday present to the school was dashed on Friday night by Mercer midfielder Haleigh Svede’s double- overtime winner.
The freshman’s left-footed strike skipped past Owls goalkeeper Olivia Sturdivant in the 109th minute to give Mercer the comeback victory over the...