SOCON Basketball Tournament Schedule/Results

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

SOCON Basketball Tournament
Asheville, NC
 
WOMEN:
THURSDAY, MARCH 5 – QUARTERFINALS
GM1: Samford 77, Western Carolina 62
GM2: Furman 68, Wofford 54
GM3: Mercer 63, Chattanooga 55
GM4: UNCG 57, ETSU 47
 
FRIDAY, MARCH 6 – SEMIFINALS
GM5: Samford 75,Furman 45
GM6: UNCG 75, Mercer 73 (OT)
 
SUNDAY, MARCH 8 – CHAMPIONSHIP
GM7: Samford 59, UNCG 54
 
MEN:
FRIDAY, MARCH 6 – FIRST ROUND
GM1: VMI 96, Samford 78
GM2: Wofford 93, The Citadel 76
 
SATURDAY, MARCH 7 – QUARTERFINALS
GM3: ETSU 70, VMI 57
GM4: Western Carolina 70, Mercer 56
GM5: Wofford 77, Furman 68
GM6: Chattanooga 78, UNCG 68
 
SUNDAY, MARCH 8  - SEMIFINALS
GM7: ETSU 97, Western Carolina 75
GM8: Wofford 72, Chattanooga 70
 
MONDAY, MARCH 9 – CHAMPIONSHIP
GM9: (1) ETSU vs.
(7) Wofford, 7:00 pm (ESPN)


 

 

 


 

 


 

 

 


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Sports

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Breaking News

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Opinion

When Memes Become Our Theology

Social media and memes. They seem to be made for each other. If you’re looking for laughs, they often give great comic relief, particularly in this difficult time we are facing. But as I’ve seen many of the memes that regularly get posted and shared, I felt compelled to share a few thoughts. This is the main one: “Never get your theology from memes.” Typically memes are ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Manny Sethi's Weekend

On Friday morning the phone rang at 1 a.m., calling Manny Sethi – who is in a race to become the next senator from Tennessee – to come to the hospital. Sethi, who is one of Nashville’s premier trauma surgeons, would then perform not one surgery, but nine more before he went back home about mid-morning on Monday. “I guess I was working about 80 hours a week in the operating room,” ... (click for more)