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Sports Headlines

Posted: 05/24/2016 - The Troy baseball team is set to face host, Texas State for its opening round matchup set to begin on Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Bobcat Ballpark.

Posted: 05/24/2016 - Troy’ baseball’s Lucas Brown has been named Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week.

Updated: 05/24/2016 - The Chipola Lady Indians (50-15) came as close as a team could come to winning a second straight NJCAA National Championship.

Posted: 05/23/2016 - The Troy baseball team served No. 23 South Alabama its first shutout of the season in an 8-0 rout on Saturday at Riddle-Pace Field to win the series.

Posted: 05/23/2016 - The Chipola College Indians (43-16) finished as the runner-up in FCSAA State Tournament, falling to State Champion Santa Fe, 6-4, in the title game on Saturday, May 21.