Stadium expansion to make its debut; conference rivals follow

Scott Watkins Staff Writer Troy’s Veterans Memorial Stadium has long been considered one of the Sun Belt’s top football venues, and the latest expansion further establishes that narrative. In the midst of college football’s perpetual arms race, Troy is putting the finishing touches on a new north endzone expansion costing the university approximately $25 million.  It Read More

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McClain: Vision is to be one of the best non-Power Five teams in the country

Scott Watkins Staff Writer Troy athletics has seen an unprecedented level of brand exposure and on-field competitiveness in the past several years, and Athletic Director Jeremy McClain attributes the department’s success to those around him. Following the departure of former director John Hartwell, McClain was announced by Troy as the new director on August 14, 2015, Read More

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Women’s tennis wins fifth straight to end regular season

Scott Watkins Staff Writer The Troy women’s tennis team played a pair of Sun Belt teams during the weekend in Atlanta, coming away victorious in both matches. The Trojans cruised past Appalachian State 6-1 on Friday before grabbing a pivotal 4-3 win against Coastal Carolina on Sunday to stretch Troy’s match winning streak to five. Against Read More

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Alvarnaz leads track and field teams in Florida

Scott Watkins Staff Writer The Troy track and field team competed at the Pepsi Florida Relays hosted by the University of Florida Thursday through Saturday, leaving with several strong performances. Troy’s best finish of the day came from junior Michael Alvarnaz’s personal best 63.09-meter hammer throw. Alvarnaz finished second in a field of 18. The women’s Read More

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