KSU’s women’s soccer team is prepared to improve on its 10-8-1 finish from a season ago.
The Owls are currently gearing up for their first exhibition game against Wofford University at the newly named Fifth Third Bank Stadium, which is scheduled to take place on Aug. 9. Head coach Rob King noted they had some success the...Club Sports
The KSU club tennis team accomplished a big feat to conclude its season, placing 49th in the nation at the United States Tennis Association’s Tennis on Campus National Championship in Surprise, Ariz. on April 13.
In its first ever appearance, KSU was one of 62 teams from around the country competing for the National...Sports
Kennesaw State baseball continued its home stand at Stillwell Stadium against Northern Kentucky in a conference matchup on March 22-24, as they swept the Norse 3-0.
In the three-game span, the Owls outscored the Norse 41-9, and junior outfielder Bo Way extended his hit streak to 19 games. The Owls are now 14-10 overall and 4-2...News
It was an exciting day for Kennesaw State University on Feb. 14, as KSU President Dr. Daniel Papp finally introduced KSU football to 1,000 cheering students and faculty members in the Convocation Center.
Just one day after the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved KSU’s request to add the program, Papp could...Sports
Another chapter has begun for KSU athletics, and women’s lacrosse is ready to write history with pen in hand.
In the off-season, the Owls were successful in developing team chemistry and goals, creating their 2013 team motto: P.U.S.H.
Perseverance, unity, strength, and heart are the four words that make up P.U.S.H. The...Sports
Kennesaw State women’s tennis traveled to Chattanooga, Tenn. for their first match of 2013, but came out empty handed as they fell short to Chattanooga (1-6) at the Hixson Racquet Club on Jan. 25.
Just how KSU head coach Jeff Kutac described Chattanooga to be in the previous week, they were indeed a tough matchup. The Owls fell...Sports
KSU’s rivalry weekend began with a lot of excitement, but ended ugly for women’s basketball. The lady Owls fell short to Atlantic-Sun rival Mercer 71-46 in the Convocation Center Jan. 6.
KSU senior forward, Semetria Gideon, put forth another solid performance as she produced her second consecutive double- double with 11 points...Sports
It was a walk in the park for KSU’s men’s basketball team on Thursday night, as it defeated Piedmont College 82-43 in an exhibition game at the Convocation Center.
KSU took control of the game from the start and never looked back, scoring 46 of its 82 points in the paint. Senior all-conference guard Markeith Cummings led the Owls...Sports
KSU’s women’s soccer team ended Homecoming weekend with a bang, as it defeated Jacksonville 2-1 at KSU Stadium on Sunday.
This victory for the Owls on Senior Day was their fifth consecutive win, which has earned them a tie for second place with Florida Gulf Coast in the Atlantic Sun Conference. KSU has also qualified for a spot...Sports
KSU soccer’s current roster is equipped with many talented young athletes, but no athlete stands out quite like Julia Nelson.
Nelson, a sophomore midfielder from Marietta, Ga., competed in the second World Deaf Football Championships in Ankara, Turkey, July 16- 28 this summer. Nelson not only had the privilege of representing her...