Archive for the '2013-2014 Sports' Category

Cheer and Dance

Click the above link for photos of the 2013-2014 cheerleading and dance squads.

Women’s Soccer

The Buffaloes finished their season with an overall record of 8-11-1 and a conference record of 5-5.

Men’s Soccer

The Buffaloes finished their regular season with an overall record of 3-13 and 3-6 in the Appalachian Athletic Conference. They were unable to rally a comeback against AAC foe Union College in the team’s first post-season match up and fell 3-1.

Track and Cross Country

In November, the men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the NAIA National Championship in Lawrence, Kansas, where the women’s team pulled out a No. 15 team finish. At the 2014 NAIA Outdoor Championships in May, Lauren Grindstaff and Christian Brewer notched the Milligan cross-country and track and field program’s 45th and 46th All-American honor since the year 2000
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Women’s Volleyball

The Buffaloes finished their season with an overall record of 15-23 and a conference record of 10-10.

Men’s Volleyball

Nine hand-picked, orange clad players stepped out onto the court as Milligan’s first ever men’s volleyball team.

Swimming

Click the link above to see pictures of the 2013-2014 Milligan Swim Teams.

Tennis

The final 2014 NAIA Women’s Tennis Coaches’ Top 25 Poll ranks the Milligan College program No. 13. Milligan (17-5, 6-0 AAC) concluded its season in the national tournament round of 16 where the Buffaloes fell to No. 3 Lindsey Wilson College. The 2014 campaign marked the highest ranking for Milligan’s women’s tennis in at least the last 15 years. The
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Women’s Basketball

Milligan women’s basketball saw its hope of punching a ticket to this year’s NAIA National Tournament disappear in the AAC tournament final when the Buffaloes fell to two seed Union 72-67. Milligan’s season ended with an overall record of 18-13 (12-8 AAC).

Men’s Basketball

After storming back from a 20-point, second-half deficit, the Milligan men’s basketball team ran out of gas and was beaten by top seed Union College 92-87 in the semi-finals of the AAC conference tournament. Milligan finished the year 18-10 (11-7 AAC).