“I think we match up better against the competition in the Sun Belt, so I think we’re at a good spot.”
FootballThe Bear’s season ended after a 50-44 double overtime loss to Samford on Nov.19. Samford is the #9 ranked team in the FCS coaches poll and now have a record of 10-1, their only loss being to the No. 1 ranked team in college football: the University of Georgia. In the first quarter, the ...
The voice of Mercer Athletics changes from sport to sport, and whether it’s Tamblyn Smith at Betts Stadium or Jimmy McInnis at Five Star Stadium, there is always someone to announce what is happening on the field to the stands.
Mercer now stands at a 7-3 overall record and 4-1 in conference play.
Get The Bear Breakdown and more Mercer news delivered directly to your inbox! Click here to sign up to receive newsletters from The Cluster, coming soon.Men’s BasketballThe Bears traveled to Greenville, North Carolina on Tuesday to play East Carolina University where the Pirates beat the Bears ...
The team will travel to Orlando, Florida to play the University of Central Florida on Nov. 10 at 6 p.m.
The Bears now stand at a 7-2 overall record and 5-1 conference record. Mercer will return to Five Star Stadium next Saturday, Nov. 13 for their homecoming game against Furman at 3 p.m.
The men’s and women’s basketball teams hosted an event Monday in Mercer Village to kick off their seasons.
At the Pinetree Intercollegiate, in Kennesaw, Georgia, Mercer came first of 11 teams, finishing 22 strokes ahead of second place.
The offense had a great game with seven touchdowns, six of which came in their first nine drives of the first half.
All you need to know about Mercer athletics this week.
The football team traveled to Spartanburg, South Carolina over the weekend and defeated the Wofford Terriers 42-7, and brought home their third consecutive win.
The Bears beat Gardner-Webb 45-14 on Saturday, Sept. 24 and moved up to number 13 in the AFCA FCS Coaches Poll.