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Softball wins six of last eight

Hanna Cooper Staff Writer The Troy softball team wrapped up its last weekend of tournaments before entering conference play this past weekend.  The Trojans finished the weekend 4-1 with their only loss coming from No. 13 South Carolina.  Troy’s offense recorded 22 hits to take a pair of wins Friday afternoon at Eddie C. Moore Field. Read More

Hoopcoming praises charity, crowns king

Amanda Delgado Staff Writer Freshman Forum’s annual Hoopcoming encouraged donations to charity by raising money for a “Hoopcoming King,” crowned at the homecoming basketball game on Feb. 28. Students voted for Hoopcoming King by donating money to certain candidates, and the winner would decide a philanthropy to donate the money to. This year’s Hoopcoming King is Read More

Baseball takes series, falls to Tenn.

Scott Shelton Staff Writer The Troy baseball team clinched a series win against Southeastern Louisiana at Riddle-Pace Field last weekend before falling to No. 21 Tennessee on Tuesday night in the Hoover Classic. After a series win and the loss to the Volunteers, the Trojans are now 6-6.  After the first game against Southeastern Louisiana, Head Read More

Men’s basketball on five game skid

Dylan Hurst Staff Writer The Trojans struggled against Texas State’s defense as they fell 58-44 on Thursday night in Sun Belt Conference action in Trojan Arena. The Trojans made only 15-of-50 shots (30 percent) from the field but held the Bobcats to just 6-of-20 (30 percent) from the field.  Senior Alex Hicks led the Trojans with Read More

Recontracting set for Troy Dining

Ora Nelson Staff Writer Zach Henson Editor-in-Chief The dining services selection committee will announce Troy’s next food services vendor May 1, according to Dr. Jim Bookout, the senior vice chancellor for financial affairs. A request for information (RFI) “was sent to the top 10 food services in the country to include Aramark, Compass/Chartwells, etc.” on Feb. Read More