With the immediate eligibility transfer deadline for college basketball coming earlier this month, we compiled another spring transfer portal roundup to track where the latest local prospects have landed.
Another slew of Williamson County and Nashville-area prospects have signed on to play at the next level. Let’s take a look at the latest commitments and offers.
Two months after stepping down as head coach at Franklin Road Academy, John Pierce has been hired as the head coach for the Nashville Christian School boys basketball team.
In what has been a busy offseason so far, the Belmont men’s basketball team has added another player through the transfer portal in former Princeton Tiger Drew Friberg.
After losing a trio of players to the transfer portal in March, the Lipscomb men’s basketball team has landed their first major transfer of the offseason in former Cincinnati Bearcat A.J. McGinnis.
Spring Signing Day is less than a month away, which means recruiting announcements are happening all over Williamson and Davidson Counties. Let’s take a look at the latest student-athletes to make their decision for the collegiate level.
Former Christ Presbyterian Academy star Braxton Key became the latest Williamson County alum to forge a path in the NBA on Monday when the Detroit Pistons converted his 10-day contract to a two-way deal.
Ron Brock plans to spend a lot of time working on his pottery hobby, traveling, working out, visiting friends and family and coaching as an assistant in the next few years.
When long-time Brentwood Academy boys basketball coach Hubie Smith retired in 2019, the school was fortunate to have a capable replacement in Matt Hoppe on staff to take his place.
Although none of Nashville’s men’s college basketball teams will be going dancing this year, the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) selection committee gave local college basketball fans looking for some madness a matchup to watch.
Garrison Mathews continues to solidify his spot in the NBA. The former Franklin High School and Lipscomb University star had the rest of his 2021-22 salary, totaling $1.8 million, guaranteed by the Houston Rockets on Friday afternoon.
Timely free throws helped the Beech Buccaneers (32-1) dash Ravenwood’s (23-11) hopes of state competition Monday night as the Raptors fell 54-49 in the sectional round at Ravenwood High School.
For the third consecutive year and the sixth time in the last seven seasons, the Belmont women’s basketball team is going dancing. They were the first team, men’s or women’s, to clinch a 2022 NCAA Tournament spot.
The CPA athletics department announced the hire of Kevin Maggard as head boys basketball coach on Friday. Maggard served as the interim for the Lions during the 2021-22 season, earning an 18-14 record.
After a 30-0 start to the season, the Brentwood Academy boys basketball team entered the Hooper Eblen Center in Cookeville on Thursday afternoon just two wins shy of an unbeaten season.
The Hillsboro Lady Burros (22-5) secured the first Region 6 title of the 4A era with a 38-27 victory over the Ravenwood Lady Raptors (22-9) Wednesday night at Summit High School.
It was a Nashville affair through and through on Wednesday morning in Bridgestone Arena as former Ensworth star Jordyn Cambridge led the No. 13 Vanderbilt (14-17) women’s basketball team to an 85-69 victory over No. 12 Texas A&M (14-15) in the first round of the SEC Tournament.
With the calendar officially turned to March, postseason college basketball is underway. The local schools all take the court this week in their respective conference tournaments, with Lipscomb kicking things off on Tuesday night at 7.
A determined Ravenwood Lady Raptors basketball team (22-8) battled to a 50-49 win over the Brentwood Lady Bruins (21-10) on Monday night in the Region 6-4A semifinals at Summit High School, advancing to the Region 6 championship and substate round.
For the first time since 2010, the Hillsboro Lady Burros (22-5) advanced to the substate round and the region championship with a 46-30 win over the Summit Lady Spartans (16-14) in the Region 6-4A semifinals at Summit High School Monday night.
When the NBA announced the list of reserves for the 2022 NBA All-Star Game on Thursday night, former Brentwood Academy and Vanderbilt standout Darius Garland was among the selections made by the league’s coaches.
Firing on all cylinders and executing their game plan, the Ravenwood Raptors (6-3) surged ahead to win 64-43 in a difficult shooting night for Franklin (7-3) Friday night.
A late surge by the Ravenwood Lady Raptors (5-3), produced a satisfying home court win against the Franklin Lady Admirals (6-4) Friday night, 53-44.
The TSSAA announced today that the TSSAA Division II BlueCross Basketball State Championships will return to Hooper Eblen Center on the campus of Tennessee Tech University in 2022, per a release.
Relying on offensive depth to power their team to victory, the Brentwood Bruins boys basketball team (4-1) won convincingly over the Nolensville Knights (4-4) in Nolensville on Friday night, 58-41.
The Brentwood Lady Bruins basketball team (5-3) executed in all facets of play with a commanding 71-42 victory over the Nolensville Lady Knights (4-3).
The Centennial Cougars boys basketball team (6-1) tallied a strong non-district win at home Tuesday night against the Summit Spartans (2-4), winning 55-46.
The Summit Lady Spartans' (6-3) high-powered offense helped them secure a commanding win over the Centennial Lady Cougars (4-2) 52-24 on the road Tuesday night.
The Franklin Admirals boys basketball team (4-1) notched a huge victory on the road Tuesday night over the Nolensville Knights (3-2) in 4A basketball play, 64-50.
In the last minute of the game, the Franklin Lady Admirals basketball team (4-1) rallied to win over the Nolensville Lady Knights (3-2) on the road on Tuesday night, 36-33.
The Ravenwood Raptors boys basketball team secured a signature win on the road against the Franklin Admirals in a non-district matchup of two 4A teams on Monday night, 63-58.
The Belmont men’s basketball team made sure to schedule plenty of NCAA Tournament-level opponents this season to ensure they were battle tested for the postseason.
Joe Deyo’s daughter will be graduating this spring, so he decided this would be a good time to retire as Independence’s public address announcer.