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|1/29: Motlow Bucks will lean on Lewisburg pair to lead pitching staff as baseball season opens|
Starting pitcher Matt Sharp and reliever Hayden Bailey, sophomore hurlers who played their high school baseball at Marshall County in Lewisburg, are the headliners on a pitching staff that will be counted on to carry the weight early.
|1/27: Lady Bucks welcome return to Copperweld Arena|
It has been almost two months since the Motlow Lady Bucks played a basketball game on their home floor, but the long road trip ends this weekend.
|1/26: Clint Nwosuh shoots Motlow Bucks past Volunteer State|
Sophomore Clint Nwosuh set a new school record by connecting on 11 three-point shots to lead the No. 27-ranked Motlow Bucks to a 116-104 win over Volunteer State Saturday afternoon in Gallatin.
|1/26: Talented Lady Bucks short on experience as softball season opens Feb. 3|
The Motlow Lady Bucks will lean heavily on a group of talented freshmen and a handful of returning sophomores when they open the 2015 softball season on Tuesday, Feb. 3, against Calhoun at Lady Bucks Field on the Moore County campus.
|1/23: Motlow Bucks open 2015 Baseball Season Feb. 5|
Fresh off their best season in 15 years, the Motlow Bucks will open the 2015 baseball campaign when they travel to Hanceville, Ala., to face national powerhouse Wallace State on Thursday, Feb. 5.
|1/20: Lady Bucks look ahead after close contests last weekend|
The Motlow Lady Bucks continued to show improvement over the weekend despite dropping a pair of Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) contests on their annual road trip to west Tennessee.
|1/20: Road trip continues for Motlow Bucks after weekend split|
The basketball season's longest road trip will conclude on Saturday when the Motlow Bucks and Lady Bucks travel to Gallatin for a pair of contests against TCCAA rival Volunteer State.
|1/14: Motlow College student-athletes earn academic honors during fall 2014 semester|
Student-athletes at Motlow College continue to excel academically, proving themselves as leaders in the classroom as well as on the field and court.
|1/13: Motlow Lady Bucks set sites on conference road trip|
The Motlow Lady Bucks will try and shake off a pair losses in Alabama last week when they continue the season's longest road trip by returning to conference play Friday night against Dyersburg State.
|1/13: Bucks, Downey 'Block' Wallace State, prepare for conference road trip|
Sophomore D'Andre Downey blocked an amazing 10 shots, and added 15 rebounds, to help lead the Motlow Bucks to an 84-68 win over Wallace State in Hanceville, Ala., last Thursday.
|1/7: Bucks open second half with rout, tough road trip on tap|
The Motlow Bucks, ranked No. 26 in the latest NJCAA poll, shook off the rust of three weeks without a game by hosting and beating the Martin Methodist College JV team 128-89 Tuesday night at Copperweld Arena.
|12/10: Lady Bucks look to change fortunes during winter break|
The Motlow Lady Bucks completed the first half of their season with a pair of disappointing losses to Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) rivals last weekend at Copperweld Arena.
|12/8: Motlow Bucks now 11-1 after weekend conference sweep|
Freshman guard Terry Holt connected on seven 3-point shots and scored 24 points to lead the Motlow Bucks to a hard-fought 74-69 win over visiting Walters State Saturday afternoon at Copperweld Arena.
|12/3: Lady Bucks host TCCAA leaders this weekend|
The Motlow Lady Bucks will have their hands full this weekend when they host the top two teams in the Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) standings.
|12/3: Motlow Bucks celebrate national ranking with road win|
The Motlow Bucks celebrated their appearance in the national rankings by going on the road and beating Snead State 87-67 Tuesday night in Boaz, Ala.
|11/26: Motlow Bucks hold off nationally-ranked Wallace State comeback attempt|
D'Andre Downey scored the final eight points of the contest, including a thunderous dunk off a pass from teammate Clint Nwosuh and six consecutive free throws, as the Motlow Bucks held off nationally-ranked Wallace State 76-70.
|11/26: Lady Bucks can't overcome hot Wallace State shooting|
The Motlow Lady Bucks outscored Wallace State 19-0 during the middle 10 minutes of the first half before the visiting Lady Lions rode the hot shooting of sophomore Morgan Smith to a 79-62 win over Motlow Tuesday night.
|11/24: Motlow Bucks host Wallace State after road split|
The Motlow Bucks will host the No. 25 team in the nation Tuesday night when Wallace State-Hanceville visits Copperweld Arena. Tipoff for the non-conference contest is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., or 20 minutes following the conclusion of the women's game.
|11/20: Motlow hoops teams embark on first road trip|
The Motlow Bucks and Lady Bucks will take their first road trip of the basketball season together when they travel to southeast Tennessee this weekend for a pair of TCCAA contests.
|11/20: Motlow sophomore Bridgette Wilson signs softball grant with UAH|
Motlow sophomore softball player Bridgette Wilson recently signed to continue her career as a student-athlete at the University of Alabama-Huntsville.
|11/18: Eight score in double figures as Bucks pound Pioneers|
The Motlow Bucks continued their impressive start to the basketball season by easily defeating Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) rival Volunteer State 114-64 Saturday afternoon at Copperweld Arena.
|11/17: Flowers' 39 points sparks Volunteer St. past Lady Bucks|
The Motlow Lady Bucks were tied with visiting Volunteer State with seven minutes remaining in their Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) contest Saturday afternoon at Copperweld Arena.
|11/12: Motlow Bucks pound Martin Methodist JV in Pulaski|
The Motlow Bucks rolled to their fifth consecutive win Tuesday night when they traveled to Pulaski and defeated the Martin Methodist College junior varsity squad 98-67.
|11/11: Lady Bucks open conference play with first win|
The Motlow Lady Bucks handed new head coach Dominic Tharpe his first win in Lynchburg and got off to a strong start in Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) play with a 75-66 win over Jackson State Friday night at Copperweld Arena.
|11/10:: Motlow Bucks dismantle fourth-ranked Columbia State|
The Motlow Bucks made an early season statement to the junior college basketball nation Saturday when they hosted and beat Columbia State, the country's fourth-ranked team, 97-84 at Copperweld Arena.
|11/4:: Motlow Lady Bucks drop season opener in overtime|
The Motlow Lady Bucks overcame a four-point deficit with 40 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime before dropping a 96-90 decision to Snead State at Copperweld Arena last Friday night.
|11/3:: Backcourt carries Motlow Bucks to season-opening sweep|
The Motlow Bucks' backcourt of sophomore Dequon Miller and freshman Jaylen Barford received a lot of attention during the preseason. They lived up to the hype.
|10/24:: Motlow Lady Bucks open new era Halloween night at Copperweld Arena|
The Motlow Lady Bucks will begin their 40th season of competition Halloween night with a brand new coach and a change of attitude and outlook.
|10/23:: Motlow Bucks open season Oct. 31 at Copperweld Arena|
After a month of intense practice and a number of scrimmage games, including a pair at the acclaimed CBHoops JuCo Jam preseason event in Atlanta, the Motlow Bucks will open the 2014-15 basketball regular season on Friday, Oct. 31.
|10/2: Motlow Lady Bucks begin preparing for first season under Dominic Tharpe|
The Motlow Lady Bucks have begun official practice in preparation for the 2014-15 basketball season, the 40th in school history and the first under new head coach Dominic Tharpe.
|10/1: Motlow Bucks have right mix to challenge for TCCAA title|
With a roster that returns five players from last season, three more who were Motlow redshirts, and 10 newcomers with sterling credentials, the Motlow Bucks appear to be in position to challenge for the TCCAA championship.
|9/16: Motlow Lady Bucks release 2014-15 schedule, to Open Season Halloween Night at Home|
A new era is set to begin for the Motlow Lady Bucks basketball program when it opens the 2014-15 season by hosting Snead State on Friday, Oct. 31, at Copperweld Arena.
|9/10: Motlow Bucks open 2014-15 basketball season Halloween night at Copperweld Arena|
The Motlow Bucks have released their 2014-15 basketball schedule and will open the regular season on Friday, Oct. 31, when they host Snead State at Copperweld Arena.
|7/30:: Basketball Skills Clinic, Bucks Meet and Greet scheduled at Motlow College Aug. 30|
Motlow College men's head basketball coach Matt Sligh is inviting basketball hopefuls throughout the area to learn basic hoops fundamentals and meet the 2014-15 Bucks' team during a skills clinic on Saturday, Aug. 30
|7/29:: Motlow Bucks welcome former Rossview scorer Axel Magnuson to hoops roster|
Motlow College men's head basketball coach Matt Sligh has added another highly-touted student athlete to his roster with the announcement that Axel Magnuson will be a member of the 2014-15 Bucks.
|7/24:: Lady Bucks' Head Coach Tharpe glad to be back at his "second home"|
Former Motlow College basketball player and men's assistant coach Dominic Tharpe is hard at work after being named the new head coach of the Lady Bucks' program in early July.
|7/22:: Motlow adds state champion Jaylen Barford to Bucks' basketball roster|
There has been a lot of excitement generated around the Motlow Bucks' basketball program since last season ended with a one-point, double-overtime loss in the semifinals of the Region VII Tournament.
|7/14:: Blackman's Reid Pierce is latest addition to Motlow Bucks' impressive roster|
Matt Sligh, men's head basketball coach for the Motlow College Bucks, has added another outstanding in-state student-athlete to his 2014-15 roster with the announcement that Murfreesboro's Reid Pierce will bring his talents to Copperweld Arena.
|7/8:: Bucks add 'Gifted Scorer' Terry Holt from Nashville|
The building of the 2014-15 Motlow Bucks' basketball roster continues with the recent announcement by Head Coach Matt Sligh that he has signed Terry Holt from East Nashville Magnet High School.
|7/3:: Dominic Tharpe Named Women's Head Basketball Coach at Motlow College|
Former Motlow College player and assistant coach Dominic Tharpe has been named the new head coach of the Lady Bucks' basketball team, according to Tori Raby-Gentry, athletic director at the College.
|7/1:: Darden, Saunders remain teammates from Cheatham County to Motlow College|
Jordan Darden and Jacob Saunders were teammates at Cheatham County High School the last three years and enjoyed tremendous success, including leading their team to an undefeated regular season.
|6/27:: Transfer guard Clint Nwosuh will join Motlow Bucks' backcourt|
Motlow College men's head basketball coach Matt Sligh recently announced that Houston native Clint Nwosuh will join the program and be a member of Sligh's second Bucks basketball team.
|6/26: Lindsey Knoer leads Motlow College student-athletes with NJCAA Pinnacle Award|
Motlow College has a tradition of being among the leaders in Tennessee community colleges when it comes to student athletes and their academic performance.
|6/20:: Motlow Bucks add South Carolina forward Seth McKelvey to men's basketball roster|
Motlow College head men's basketball coach Matt Sligh recently announced that North Charleston, S.C., power forward Seth McKelvey will be part of the Bucks' program.
|6/19:: Motlow College hosts Basketball Elite Skills Camp|
Motlow men's basketball coach Matt Sligh recently held a basketball elite skills camp inside Nisbett Center on the Moore County campus.
|6/9: Former Motlow baseball players headed to Lee University|
After helping lead the Motlow Bucks to their most successful baseball season in a decade, three members of the 2014 squad will continue their student-athlete careers at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn.
|6/3: Motlow College softball camp is June 23-24|
Motlow Lady Bucks head softball coach Tori Raby-Gentry will host a softball camp on June 23 and 24 at the softball complex on the Motlow College Moore County campus.