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So, what about the 2019 class?

Scott Shelton Staff Writer Since taking over as head coach at Troy, Chip Lindsey is already hitting the ground running with recruiting, and he’s taking Troy to the next level.  Neal Brown did wonders for Troy and put the Trojans back on the map, but Lindsey has the chance to catapult Troy to an even higher Read More

Men fall to Louisiana’s Sun Belt duo

Dylan Hurst Staff Writer The Trojans held strong but faltered late after they lost 75-69 against fellow Sun Belt Conference team ULM inside of Fant-Ewing Coliseum on Thursday night.  Troy had a decent game shooting from the field at 28-of-60 (47 percent), but the Warhawks bested that score by shooting 15-of-17 (88 percent), a stat which Read More

Women win two more, 16-3 overall

Hanna Cooper Staff Writer After losing its first conference game, the Troy’s women’s basketball team returned home to play host to Louisiana’s Sun Belt duo of Louisiana Monroe and Louisiana-Lafayette.  The Trojans started the game shooting hot from behind the arc, making four of eight of their three-point attempts. At the end of the first quarter, Read More

Lindsey makes new hires

Scott Shelton Staff Writer Since promoting several football staff members already employed at Troy, the new Trojan Football Head Coach Chip Lindsey has hired four new assistant coaches from other colleges. In the past week, Cole Weeks, John Carr, Davern Williams and John Warwick have joined the Trojan football coaching staff. Williams, who spent four seasons Read More

Trojans take down Sun Belt leader

Dylan Hurst Staff Writer Troy faltered late in the second half and couldn’t recover against fellow Sun Belt Conference team Georgia Southern, losing 90-82 in the Trojan Arena on Thursday night.  The Trojans couldn’t get much going from the field in the game as they shot 31-of-64 (48 percent). In contrast, Georgia Southern shot 19-of-27 (70 Read More