Ohio Valley Conference

Strain deserves credit for basketball expectations

By Chris Allen Brown/Associate Editor

Leah Strain didn’t have to continue playing basketball following her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear during the summer before the 2015 season.  

Strain, one of the most prolific prep basketball players in Alabama history, could’ve


Gamecocks jump over TSU 48-13 in front of 23,413 fans

JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville State Gamecocks lived up to their No. 1 FCS rank as they defeated the Tennessee State Tigers 48-13.

In the home opener for the Gamecocks, and Ohio Valley Conference opener for both teams, a record breaking


What the fans don’t see

It may be called the “off-season,” but it’s not the part of the season where the players and coaches take off. The offseason is busy, busier than you may think. The Jacksonville State football team knows just how busy it




JSU Softball ends weekend in Illinois with a victory

The Jacksonville State softball team spent the weekend in Illinois where they dropped two games to SIU Edwardsville and split a two game series with Eastern Illinois.

The Lady Gamecocks ended the weekend with a 24-11 overall record and an


Gamecocks fall in weekend series vs Murray State

The Jacksonville State Gamecocks (17-11, 6-6 OVC) fell 10-9 to the Murray State Racers (14-18, 9-6 OVC) in Murray, Ken., in a back-and-forth game that ended in the seventh inning.

Paschal Petrongolo scored three runs, and had two hits. Clayton