CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. -- Campbellsville University will host 12 middle school football programs this weekend, Aug. 1-2, for its More Than A Game Tiger Bowl. Admission is $5 per day.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Three Campbellsville University Fighting Tigers were honored June 20 as members of the 2014 All-Commonwealth Team. The recognition occurred at the National Football League Players Association Kentucky Chapter Hall of Fame Dinner. This is the 12th season the organization has presented the team, designed to honor outstanding players from college football teams around the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – For some student-athletes, summer break is a time to let loose and escape the demands of the grueling sports calendar – at least long enough to feel like a kid again. But for others it is a time for improvement, a time to polish certain skills in order to get ahead of the competition, ultimately in hopes of receiving a look at the next level by attaining a college scholarship.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Miss Campbellsville University, Audrey Wunderlich, plans to continue the Lord's work wherever He leads her. She will be traveling on mission trips throughout the United States this summer.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – The first string defense for Maroon did not allow a touchdown Wednesday night, but back-up quarterback Eli Mitchell helped lead White to an 82-62 Maroon-White Game victory with three touchdown passes.
The game was a non-traditional spring scrimmage with all of the offense making up the White roster and opting to wear CU's gray uniforms, while the entire defense made up the Maroon roster. In addition to the traditional six points for a touchdown, three for a field goal and 2-point conversions, both the offense and defense had bonus points they earned throughout the game, hence the high score.