(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Following this eight-yard TD run in the second quarter of Saturday’s 42-17 win over Coastal Carolina, senior running back Jordan Chunn became Troy’s all-time leader in career touchdowns scored. The previous record was held by Danny Grant in 1968.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Freshman outside hitter Cheyenne Hayes led the Trojans in their 3-2 win over Appalachian State on Friday’s senior night. Hayes’ 17 kills and two aces were both team highs, while Troy punched its ticket as the eighth seed in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament on Thursday.
(PHOTO/ Aniket Maharjan) Sophomore forward Amber Rivers was one of six Trojans to score in double digits in Troy’s 89-62 win over Stillman on Friday. Rivers scored 13 points on 4-10 shooting to go along with eight rebounds and three steals.
(PHOTO/ April Irvin) Senior guard Wesley Person set a pair of records in Troy’s trip to Hawaii to play in the Rainbow Classic. En route to an 81-57 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Person made his 272nd three-pointer, breaking the previous school record of 270. The next day, Person’s 16 points against Hawaii pushed him past Troy’s previous Division I scoring record of 1,534 points.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) With three regular season games remaining, senior Jordan Chunn is just four rushing touchdowns shy of tying the all-time Sun Belt record. He’ll look to cut down that number when Troy goes on the road to take on Coastal Carolina this Saturday.
(PHOTO/ Michael Shipma) Redshirt freshman Tyler Sumpter has been Troy’s starting punter through nine games this season, but starting with Troy’s 34-10 win over Georgia State on Oct. 21, he’s also been required to kick field goals and extra points. In that game, Sumpter was 4-4 on PATs and 2-2 on field goals. He hasn’t missed in-game yet.
(PHOTO/ Zenith Shrestha) Sophomore middle hitter Logan Page had a team high of five blocks and eight kills against ULM in the Trojans’ 3-1 loss at home on Friday.
(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Running back Jamarius Henderson carried the ball three times for 29 yards of Troy's 183 rushing yards against Idaho on Thursday night. The Trojans held off the Vandals 24-21 to improve to 7-2 and 4-1 in the conference.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Clark Quisenberry was one of six Troy wide receivers to catch a pass in the Trojans' 38-16 win over Georgia Southern on Saturday. Troy will continue to try to spread the ball around in its Thursday night game at home against Idaho.