Paint your face. Put on your school colors. Fire up your tailgate grill. It’s always time for college sports in Tennessee.
Get your game on! Large universities and small colleges throughout the state keep fans cheering with a wide variety of sports for men’s and women’s teams. From the eight-time NCAA basketball champion Lady Vols to multiple conference champions in small college sports, we have the teams to start you cheering.
Austin Peay State University
Founded in 1927 APSU is home to award-winning music, art and sports. Several art galleries are located on campus along with hundreds of theatre productions and musical performances each year. ...more
Carson-Newman College Athletics
Carson-Newman College, the first co-educational college in Tennessee, has been fielding outstanding sports teams since 1895, when the CN baseball team beat the University of Tennessee by a score of 4-3. Carson-Newman has produced 224 All-Americans, six team national championships, a dozen individual national champions, and too many conference titles to count. ...more
Located in Maryville, Tennessee, Maryville College is ideally situated between the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Knoxville, the state?s third largest city. Founded in 1819, it is the 12th oldest institution of higher learning in the South. ...more
Middle Tennessee State University Athletics
MTSU's Blue Raiders are strong competitors in major college sports and in the Sun Belt Conference. Visit us for outstanding baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis track, volleyball, soccer and softball. ...more
Tennessee State University
TSU was founded in 1909 as Tennessee State Agricultural and Industrial College for Negroes. Their nationally recognized marching band, exciting football teams and large, loyal alumni make it one of the most popular historically black universities in America. ...more
University of Memphis
Many calls over the years asking “What is this tree?” or “May my children collect leaves for their school project?” prompted the development of the University of Memphis arboretum. In the middle of Memphis, the campus provides a green oasis in the state’s largest city. ...more
University of Tennessee Sports
A perennial powerhouse in several sports, the University of Tennessee fields twenty men's and women's varsity intercollegiate teams and is home to more than 500 student-athletes. The Vols and Lady Vols compete as members of the Southeastern Conference. ...more