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SOCON competition may be on hold, but Purple and White week will give students a chance to see the Paladins in intrasquad action.
Take notice: Greenville Triumph SC is on top.
Furman cross country will be defending their championship on Nov. 21 in Macon, GA.
COVID-19 has given college coaches extra time to recruit this fall. However, it has also kept some of the country's most talented high school seniors off the court.
Furman was favored to win the SOCON last Spring, before COVID-19 canceled their season. This year, under Singerman's leadership, the team is back and reaching for new heights.
Dakota Dozier discusses how Furman football prepared him for the NFL.
Recent announcements indicate that a spring football season is likely. What that will look like in practice, however, remains unclear.
Best friends, team leaders, and now, All-Americans
President Davis said, “There is never going to be a way that makes people happy, I don’t know if there is a ‘good’ way to do it. Nobody anticipated a pandemic.”
As the reigning Southern Conference regular season champions and the 2018 Southern Conference tournament champions, the Paladins have shown consistent dominance on field and in the classroom
The weekend of Sept. 18-20, Morgan added another win to her record at the Augusta City Amateur.
Richey said he focuses on four things: “People, process, product, and performance…we want to show the difference that our program makes, we want to show how unique we are.”
Sometimes I think about these accolades and wonder, ‘how did I get so lucky to have the teammates and coaches I’ve had?’”
The Furman community will always be behind the players, coaches and the basketball program.
“Fair play and credit to them but we’ll be back I’m sure…it’s coming to be quite a contest between the two,” said Wyke, referencing Atlanta’s previous two wins over the Tennessee team.
Carson shared that his goals for Paladin athletics include overcoming COVID-19 and its impacts and building the department into a unifying force within the community.
A member of Furman’s Athletic Hall-of-Fame, Pepper’s list of accomplishments places her among the very best of not only the University’s athletes, but the entire golf world.
Despite the delay, the team is training in their normal off-season manner and mentally preparing for the opportunity to play in the spring.
It is important to see how the good in fraternities and sororities can shine through and continue to attract student-athletes.
She looks forward to being one of the many Furman women to sign a professional contract. Davidson is achieving a lifelong dream and is honored to have been an inspiration to so many others.
On September 15, 1961, the student body voted to unify all Furman intercollegiate athletic teams under the symbol of the Paladin, defining a new era and identity for Furman sports.
Despite the uncertainty, the equipment managers are dedicated to their team and are moving ahead with their duties.
Grayson Atkins ‘20 graduated from Furman last spring and has joined the UNC program as a graduate student with one year of eligibility remaining.
In a Twitter post on Sept. 2, the team announced that all players on the current roster would be registered to vote.
I believe that it would have been possible to continue the season if we abided by the same rules that other conferences are following.
“My frustration isn't rooted as much in the decision to cut the program, as it is in the way in which it was handled,” said Senior Corey Hall, a former standout on the Men’s lacrosse team.
On Sept. 1, the University announced construction plans for the Davis Faxon Training Facility at REK.
From Greenville to Latvia, Jordan Lyons is making a name for himself and chasing his dreams. BK Ogre’s season starts on Oct. 3.
Donnelly shared the department’s three main goals: “Get healthy, get back to class and get back to competition.”
Despite the difficult and unexpected circumstances, Crosby and the Furman men’s golf team found success when Crosby won the 105th Tennessee State Amateur on Aug. 7.
The decision may put students at risk at a time when uncertainty was already seemingly insurmountable.
COVID-19 has made a new normal apparent. This new normal will include a fall without Sports.
The lack of a fall season is not deterring either the players or head coach Matt Davidson from reaching their team’s goals.
Furman’s Din Men and Girl Gang are no less prepared for competition season than they have been in normal years.