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Alice Lloyd College Tennis Hosts Midway University

Alice Lloyd College Tennis Hosts Midway University

PIPPA PASSES, Ky. — The Alice Lloyd College Eagles tennis squads played host to the Midway University Eagles on Monday, March 26th. In women’s play, the visitors won 9-0 over the three doubles matches and the six singles matches. Midway got the game off to a...

Alice Lloyd Eagles Tennis Faces Nationally-Ranked Asbury University

The Alice Lloyd College tennis squads traveled to Wilmore (Ky.) over the weekend to face the #17 ranked Asbury University Eagles. In women’s play, the Lady Eagles battled hard but fell by a 9-0 count. Below are results of the match. Asbury University (Ky.) vs Alice...
Alice Lloyd Baseball Hosts Johnson University

Alice Lloyd Baseball Hosts Johnson University

PIPPA PASSES, KY: The Alice Lloyd College Eagles baseball team played host to NCCAA foe Johnson University Royals in a two-game series over the weekend. Below are recaps of each contest. March 23 Game One ALC – 3 | JU – 2 The hosts got on the board in the...
Four Eagles Named to NCCAA All-Mideast Region Teams

Four Eagles Named to NCCAA All-Mideast Region Teams

Greenville, SC. – The NCCAA Mideast Region has released the 2017-18 All-Mideast Regional Women’s Basketball Team and Men’s Basketball Team. The coaches in the region vote on the squad at the conclusion of the regular season and announce the results during...
Eagles Golf Opens Spring Season

Eagles Golf Opens Spring Season

Over Spring Break, the ALC Eagles Golf team took part in the Skyhawk Invitational Golf Tournament in Pine Mountain, Georgia, and held the ALC Men’s Golf Championship in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.  The Alice Lloyd College Eagles Men’s Golf team played in...
Alice Lloyd Baseball Earns Split over Spring Break

Alice Lloyd Baseball Earns Split over Spring Break

Sevierville, TN: The Alice Lloyd College Eagles baseball squad journeyed to Sevierville, Tennessee over spring break for a four-game series on a neutral field against the Hiwassee Tigers and the Johnson University Royals. The Eagles played perhaps their poorest games...