Cheerleading attended the National Cheerleader's Association & National Dance Association College National Championship April 7-9 in Daytona, Florida, and came sixth in the final after placing seventh in the preliminary round.
Men's lacrosse won its most recent home game, scoring 22 goals and improving to 1-1 in Southern Conference play.
The Bears' next matchups will be against conference opponent UNC Greensboro Thursday, Friday and Saturday followed by a Tuesday game against powerhouse Georgia Tech.
Atlanta’s strong offense may be without a key contributor for the play-in game against the Charlotte Hornets.
After the weekend, the Bears stand at a 10-28 overall record and a 2-7 conference record. They play Auburn University at home on Wednesday, Apr. 15.
Women's golf returned home on Monday to host The Brickyard Collegiate golf tournament and placed third overall out of 14 teams. Meanwhile, Men's golf placed 9th and 12th out of 15 colleges in the Augusta Haskins Award Invitational on April 2 and 3.
The Bears won a pair of blowouts en route to a 2-1 stretch on the road.
Here's what you missed last week from Mercer Athletics.
The Bears return home to Skies Field to play Florida A&M on March 30.
This is an opinion article. Any views expressed belong solely to the author and are not representative of The Cluster.When a team pulls off a blockbuster trade for an All-Star caliber team leader to complete what looks to be a playoff-contending roster, fans usually rejoice in the front office decision. ...
The Mercer bats were hot over the weekend, but inconsistent pitching led to a series loss.
Mercer will travel to Salt Lake City on March 26 to face Utah for their next game.
The Bears rode a hot offense to a win, but couldn’t keep pace with powerhouse North Carolina.
While students left for spring break, several Mercer sports teams continued to play, including beach volleyball, men's and women's tennis, and softball.
The Bears have continued their hot streak despite losing to Georgia Southern.
Mercer beat the Paladins 73-54 and claimed their fourth SoCon title in the past five years.
With the bases loaded in the 11th inning, the Bears completed the comeback and the upset thanks to a walk-off single from Bill Knight.
The Bears are going into the Southern Conference tournament as the No. 7 seed and will play No. 10 seed, Western Carolina on Friday, Mar. 4 in Asheville, North Carolina.
After a season of hovering around .500 with a 24-23 record in the 2021 season, Mercer softball is back and hoping to improve on their previous outing.The Bears played in the Joanne Graf invitational and finished with a 1-5 record. Their first game was on Feb. 11 against Loyola University Chicago, who ...