Emory & Henry Students Have Mixed Reactions to NFL Kneeling Controversy

Andrew McClung, Sports Editor • ajmcclung15@ehc.edu Pixabay.com Kneeling in football used to be a normal occurrence, but in 2017 it has become a symbol of change for many football players, as well as a hot topic of debate. Currently in the National Football League (NFL), players have been kneeling for the national anthem as a form… Read More Emory & Henry Students Have Mixed Reactions to NFL Kneeling Controversy

Women’s Soccer Looks to Build

Peyton Williams, Sports Writer • pcwilliams16@ehc.edu The Women’s Soccer Team of Emory & Henry College remained busy over the past couple of weeks. While most of the students went home for fall break, the Wasps stayed on campus to attend to athletic responsibilities. Those responsibilities included three key home Old Do- minion Athletic Conference games against… Read More Women’s Soccer Looks to Build

Men’s Cross Country Hitting the trails

Evan Underwood, Sports Writer • edunderwood17@ehc.edu The Emory & Henry Men’s Cross Country team led by second year head coach, Ian Layne competed in the Greensboro Invitational on Saturday September 30th. After a three week hiatus the Wasps were back on the trail ready to run after the long exhuberating break. After not seeing competition for… Read More Men’s Cross Country Hitting the trails

Johnston New Tennis Coach for E&H

Andrew McClung, Sports Editor • ajmcclung15@ehc.edu On June 21 2017, the Emory & Henry College athletic department announced Christine Johnston as the new head men’s and women’s tennis coach for the 2017-2018 season. Johnston comes from Furman University where she spent the last six seasons on the Paladins coaching staff as the Associate Head Coach. Johnston… Read More Johnston New Tennis Coach for E&H