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Cleared for takeoff
Two hours before tipoff Monday afternoon, Dalton State College men’s basketball coach Tony Ingle got a gift.
Two hours after tipoff, that gift had helped win the game in a big way.
Bloodied, not beaten
A tremendous defensive surge in the second half proved to be the difference Saturday afternoon as the Dalton State College men’s basketball team knocked off nationally-ranked Faulkner University.
Dalton State basketball starts 2014 with victory
Dalton State College’s high-flying men’s basketball team showed no signs of slowing down Thursday afternoon as it began the 2014 portion of the schedule with an impressive win over visiting Reinhardt University at the trade center.
Roadrunners hit the books
Dalton State’s athletic teams have been successful on the playing field in their first year of competition with volleyball winning 10 games, the men’s and women’s cross country runners finishing with nationally-competitive times, and the men’s basketball team sitting at 14-1 heading into Thursday’s game.
Roadrunners pushed aside in exhibition vs. Austin Peay State
Monday’s loss won’t show up in the Dalton State College men’s basketball team’s end-of-season record.
Ask Tony Ingle if he expected this much early success for Dalton State College men’s basketball team, and he would say, “No way.”
Apparently, there has been a way.
Dalton State College basketball stretches streak to 12 victories
Dalton State College’s men’s basketball team held a healthy lead through much of Saturday’s game and won 84-73 versus Belhaven University in the last day of the Carpet City Christmas Classic.
Dalton State needs OT in latest victory
Dalton State College’s high-flying men’s basketball team lost a 16-point halftime lead Friday night.
That will probably soon be forgotten by the Roadrunners fans after seeing their home team survive an 89-87 overtime skirmish with Concordia College of Selma, Ala., in the Carpet City Christmas Classic.
It’s the 13th victory in 14 games to start the season for the Roadrunners, who returned to the court this season after decades without sports at the school.
DSC women’s tennis adds player for spring
Dalton State College’s women’s tennis team signed Lindsay McCutchen for the spring season, according to a press release from the school.
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