9/19/2022, 8:35am

Trojan football off to solid start in Mingo's second year

Taylor University is off to a hot start for the 2022-2023 season, starting 2-0 for the first time in a decade.  Taylor won their season opener against Lawerence Tech, despite being down at halftime.They won by a score of 27-12, but they truly showed what they were capable of in their home opener against Judson University. Taylor’s dominating offense racked up 52 points and their stifling defense gave up only six points the entire game. Why was the score so lopsided? 

9/14/2022, 6:00pm

Athletic Department sees coaching changes

Taylor Athletics underwent multiple coaching changes over the summer, with Erin Bellinger stepping down as head softball coach in May and Cameron Andry stepping down as head men’s and women’s golf coach in July.  Bellinger’s tenure came to an end quickly after the season ended in the NAIA National Championship tournament on May 17. She spent four seasons in the dugout for Taylor and compiled two national tournament bids and 116-career wins. The 2021 season resulted in 43 wins, a program-record. 

9/14/2022, 6:00pm

Taylor athletics looking to continue momentum

This past spring saw one of the most successful seasons for Taylor University athletics. Six out of the seven teams made it to the postseason with the baseball team even hosting part of the NAIA National tournament. The baseball team went 41-18 last season and won the Crossroads League tournament held at Winterholter Field. Ultimately, the team wouldn’t make it past the opening round of the NAIA national tournament.

5/16/2022, 1:00pm

Counting down the top sports stories of the year

A sense of normalcy returned for Taylor Athletics this past school year. Fans packed into Turner Stadium and Odle Arena again. One of Taylor’s storied traditions also returned this year. Here are the top 5 stories from Taylor Athletics this past school year.

5/16/2022, 1:00pm

Huseman follows an unexpected path

“I said, word for word, you will never see me as a MAHE student,” senior Noah Huseman said. “Two months later, I applied to MAHE.” These kinds of unexpected switch-ups aren’t uncommon occurrences for the fifth-year senior. His time at Taylor has been defined by doors opening and closing, even when it isn’t obvious.