ROCK HILL — The Winthrop Eagles showed why they are one of the few undefeated teams left in the nation. Faced with their first halftime deficit of the season 46-40, they built as much as a 16-point lead in the second half, before holding off a late charge from a game Gardner-Webb squad 91-83…

FOREST CITY — The long awaited official schedule for the 2021 Forest City Owls has been finalized.

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HAMPTON, Va. — Lance Terry scored a career-high 26 points Wednesday afternoon, but Gardner-Webb couldn’t find success from long distance as a team in an 80-69 loss at Hampton.

BOILING SPRINGS — Gardner-Webb placed five players in double figures and withheld a second half charge by VMI to collect its first win of the season 88-77 Friday afternoon in Boiling Springs.

CLINTON, S.C. – Gardner-Webb survived a comeback effort by Presbyterian in the final minutes of play Thursday evening to earn a 47-44 win in Big South Conference action inside the Templeton Center in Clinton, S.C.

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HENRIETTA — CHASE senior Spur Kiylan Miller signed his national letter of intent on Wednesday morning to attend Coastal Carolina University to continue his football career in Conway, South Carolina.

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Jaheam Cornwall’s corner three at the final horn was just off the mark and Gardner-Webb’s first game of the season finished as an 86-84 loss at preseason C-USA favorite Western Kentucky on Thursday night.

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BOILING SPRINGS — Gardner-Webb’s men’s basketball season opener at Duke, scheduled for tonight has been postponed. The teams may seek to make up the game at a later date.

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BOILING SPRINGS — Gardner-Webb’s scheduled football game against UNC-Charlotte this past Saturday was canceled due to positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing within a specific position group in the Runnin’ Bulldogs program.

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GAINESVILLE, GA — Limestone freshman golfer Austin Alexander, a 2020 R-S Central High School graduate and Rutherfordton native, began his college career with a top-5 finish with a three-round 208 (-8) in the team’s first tournament of the season.

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BOILING SPRINGS — The Gardner-Webb Women’s Basketball team finished last season as of the hottest teams in the nation. They won seven of their final eight contests, but a potential run to the NCAA tournament was cut short due to COVID-19. Now the Lady Bulldogs are ready to get back on the co…