Conference tournament results for Trojans athletics this spring were a mixed bag, with some teams exceeding expectations and others left disappointed.
New to Major League Baseball this season, the pitch clock has done its job in making MLB games quicker and more exciting.
As spring season for all seven of Taylor’s spring sports begins to wind down, several teams are making a strong argument for postseason success.
While much attention has been turned toward the NCAA men’s basketball tournament in the past month, this year’s edition of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament deserves much of the same attention.
The Taylor women’s indoor track team finished second, and the men’s indoor track team finished fourth in the Crossroads League Championships.
On Nov. 18 in Tallahassee, Florida, the Taylor women’s cross country team capped off an undefeated season with the first national championship in program history — topping the 36-team field.
In head coach Aaron Mingo’s second season, Taylor’s football team took a step forward on the process toward the team’s goal of being the best Christian college football program in the country.
Basketball season arriving means that fall sports are coming to a close. Altogether, it has been a successful season for all eight of Taylor’s competitive teams.
Last season, the Taylor men’s basketball team finished a disappointing 9-21, a record that they are confident to improve on this upcoming season.