(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) After winning their first Sun Belt title since 2010, Head Coach Neal Brown and the Troy football team are headed to New Orleans to play in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl on Dec. 16.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Sophomore guard Harriet Winchester scored a team-high 17 points in 21 minutes in the Trojans’ 95-66 win over Tennessee State on Monday night in Nashville. Before Monday’s game, Winchester was averaging 8.3 points per game.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Troy’s defense, led by sophomore linebacker Tron Folsom’s 66 tackles so far this season, is joined by Wisconsin as the only two teams to have held their opponents to 24 points or fewer in every game. Troy will look to accomplish just that Saturday night when they face a dynamic Arkansas State offense in a nationally televised game.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) Junior guard B.J. Miller was one of 10 Trojans to score in Troy’s 95-64 win over Delaware State in Trojan Arena on Monday night. Miller finished with eight points, four rebounds and four assists.
(PHOTO/ Troy Athletics) In his final home game of his collegiate career, senior quarterback Brandon Silvers threw for a season-high 380 yards on 22 of 30 completions against Texas State. Silvers also threw touchdown passes to four different receivers in the Trojans’ 62-9 victory that move them within striking distance of claiming the Sun Belt Conference Championship.
(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.