The women’s basketball team traveled to North Carolina Thursday to face the University of North Carolina Greensboro. The Bears defeated the Spartans 66-60, bringing their overall record to 9-5 and 2-0 in the Southern Conference.
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Georgia vs. Alabama has been a rivalry game for decades, with the matchup growing more and more heated in recent years thanks to postseason matchups and fierce competition. The rivalry reached a boiling point when the two teams met for the second time this season Monday night and the Dawgs took down the Tide 33-18 to win the College Football Playoff National Championship for the first time since 1980.
The Bears defeated Kennesaw State University 66-49 in Hawkins Arena on Monday, Nov. 29, securing a 5-3 record for the season.
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The Bears fell to Eastern Tennessee State University 38-35 after a hard-fought match-up for the Nov. 21 Southern Conference Championship.
When we were ten years old, week-long breaks felt like month-long breaks. When we got two whole weeks for Christmas, it felt to us like a second summer break.
Mercer's women's basketball team traveled to Athens Thursday to take on the Georgia Bulldogs. The Bears came up short of the win with a final score of 52-67.
After going 19-7 last season, women's basketball is starting the season with games against Wake Forest and Appalachian State.
Mercer’s football team is having an impressive season with a 6-2 overall. Hopes of winning the Southern Conference championship are starting to bloom.
Over 1,000 fans gathered in Hawkins Arena last night for the men’s basketball team season opener. The Bears kicked off their season with a 93-61 win over Fort Valley State University.
The Atlanta Braves won the MLB World Series for the first time since 1995 Tuesday night. Since the start of the series Oct. 26, many students and faculty on Mercer’s campus have been fully invested in the Braves' journey to their win.
Mercer Village was packed Monday night as the Mercer Maniacs hosted an event to kick off the start of the basketball season.
Mercer football hit the road Saturday to take on The Citadel Bulldogs and came home with another win. The final score of the matchup was 34-7.
After a 0-0 tie against East Tennessee State University on Sept 25, men’s soccer continued their roundtrip to better their 3-4-1 record.
The Mercer Bears took the field last night to face the Samford University Bulldogs for their Southern Conference home opener, winning 45-42. Running back Fred Davis stole the show for Mercer, reaching the end zone five times and breaking the school record for rushing yards.
The Mercer Bears volleyball team kicked off their 2021-2022 season Aug. 27 and just wrapped up their latest games Saturday. The Bears currently have an even record of 3-3 so far in the regular season. Here’s a look at how those games unfolded. Mercer v. Stetson
Football opened up their season at home against the Point University Skyhawks and did it in spectacular fashion.Not only did the Bears dominate the scoreboard, but they gained a total of 778 yards, 539 of which were rushing. They broke the school record for total yards gained and the record for rushing yards in a game.The Bear’s defense let up only 115 total yards and DJ McDaniel recorded an interception.Quarterback Carter Peevy went 9-for-12, passing for 139 passing yards before being relieved by junior Dylan Fromm after the first half. Fromm went 5-for-7 passing for 46 passing yards before he too was substituted for junior Fred Peyton. Payton went 4-for-6 with 54 passing yards.The first touchdown of the night came early in the first quarter after running back Brandon Marshall made a 4-yard run into the end zone. The second touchdown of the first quarter was a 15-yard pass from Peyton to sophomore Ethan Dirrim.Peevy kicked off the second quarter with a 47-yard touchdown pass to receiver Ty James. Receiver Devron Harper went for a 25-yard run into the end zone for another Mercer touchdown.Running back Fred Davis completed two back-to-back touchdowns, one a 6-yard run and the other a 2-yard run. The impressive two quarters left the bears up 42-0 at the half.Even with the big lead, the Bears did not let up on offense.Fromm connected with Tayshaun Shipp less than a minute into the second half, then Nakendrick Clark made a 4-yard run to end the third quarter. Tommy Pollack finished off the game with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. The first was a 1-yard run and the second a 42-yard run.Devin Folser made all 10 extra-point attempts and Caleb Dowden attempted a field goal kick in the fourth quarter, but missed right. The game ended 69-0.The Bears head on the road next week to face the Alabama Crimson Tide on Sept 11.