|Sports Briefs |
|Posted: Friday, November 4, 2011 7:01 pm |
|UTM women cruise |
in exhibition win
The University of Tennessee at Martin women’s basketball team posted a 96-42 exhibition victory over Christian Brothers Thursday night in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center.
Every Skyhawk played at least 12 minutes. Sophomore Megan White played 25 minutes and senior Taylor Hall played 22 minutes. Hall led the Skyhawks in scoring with 17 points. Sophomore Jaclissa Haislip scored 14 points, while sophomore Heather Butler rounded out the double-digit scoring with 12 points.
Haislip scored all 14 of her points in the first half. She also had a pair of 3-pointers and five rebounds to help the Skyhawks claim a commanding 56-19 advantage at the half.
Hall led the charge in the second half with eight points. She finished the game with eight rebounds and seven assists. Junior post player Rickiesha Bryant led the Skyhawks with 10 rebounds and eight points.
In all, the Skyhawks managed to get 27 total points from four different post players.
The Skyhawks will open their 2011-12 season Friday, Nov. 11, at home against Belmont. Season tickets are on sale now at the Skyhawk Ticket Office. For more information call Jenny Canary at (731) 881-7207.
UT football programs
can be seen online
KNOXVILLE (AP) — University of Tennessee football programs are now available online for the public to see as the newest addition to the digital collections at the UT Knoxville Libraries website.
The collection includes programs and guides for home and postseason games. Visitors to the website can browse by year, coach, guides or postseason.
The library archives have a nearly complete collection of Volunteer football programs dating back to 1930 and a smattering of programs from 1904 to 1929.
They are at http://diglib.lib.utk.edu/fbpro/main.php .
Cards begin process
to find new manager
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A man who earned the nickname “Super Joe” with the St. Louis Cardinals and the organization’s long-time Triple-A manager were the first to interview for the team’s managing vacancy.
A person familiar with the search told The Associated Press the Cardinals began the search for Tony La Russa’s replacement by meeting with lower-key candidates Joe McEwing and Chris Maloney.
McEwing, a super sub with St. Louis in 1999, was hired as third base coach for new Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura earlier this week after success at the minor league level.
Maloney has managed the Cardinals Triple-A Memphis affiliate the last five years.
Published in The Messenger 11.4.11