• Ferrum Defeated By Huntingdon in Homecoming Game

    Thursday, October 26, 2017

    by AnnGardner Eubank Ferrum Football faced a heartbreaker on their home turf on Saturday, September 23, the Homecoming Game. The Black Hats fought the Hawks of Huntingdon College to the nish but fell short three points with a nal score of 31-28. The Hawk’s are the league’s defending champions. Huntingdon headed into the second half […]

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    Ferrum Wins 2017 Annual Crooked Road Classic

    Thursday, October 26, 2017

    by AnnGardner Eubank The Black Hats started their season strong with a nail-biting finish in the annual Crooked Road Classic, beating panther-rivals the Wasps at Emory and Henry on September 2. After a rough start, Ferrum managed to steal the lead just in the nick of time. “The game was close, closer than where we […]

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    Ferrum Makes It Into ODAC- Old Dominion Athletic Conference

    Thursday, October 26, 2017

    by AnnGardner Eubank This past summer, Ferrum College announced that the school would be moving from the USA South Athletic Conference to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, commonly known as the ODAC. USA South serves nineteen different colleges and universities in the southern part of the East Coast, ranging from schools in Virginia to Georgia. […]

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    Freshmen Stars Stand Out In Comeback Win

    Thursday, September 22, 2016

    By Joey Pride In college sports, it is becoming increasingly difficult to lead a team as a freshman. Brian Mann and Billy Higgins defied the odds in their first collegiate game by earning USA South Athletic Conference honors over the weekend for their performances in Ferrum’s 39-38 win over Emory & Henry in the first […]

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    Alumni Spotlight: Julianne Bove

    Wednesday, September 21, 2016

    By Graceanne Gershner Julianne Bove, recent Ferrum College graduate and New York Native, currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. “Being eight and a half hours away from home for four years at Ferrum made this transition much easier for me,” Bove said. “When I moved to Raleigh it was like I was going back to […]

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    Ferrum Panthers Win Crooked Road Classic

    Wednesday, September 21, 2016

    By Joey Pride The fist annual Crooked Road Classic was one for the history books, seeing Ferrum beat Emory & Henry by a score of 39-38 in front of over 4,100 fans. The Panthers home opener on the new turf field showed how determined the Panthers are to live up to the hype that has […]

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Sep
22

Familiar Face, New Role

By Chris Rodgers The fall of 2016 means the start of a new school year and another year of athletics. For former wrestler Paul Biggs (2012), it means having his first season as head coach. Biggs is looking to bring success to the cross country team. Also, in the winter, he looks to continue the […]

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Sep
21

Alumni Spotlight: Julianne Bove

By Graceanne Gershner Julianne Bove, recent Ferrum College graduate and New York Native, currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. “Being eight and a half hours away from home for four years at Ferrum made this transition much easier for me,” Bove said. “When I moved to Raleigh it was like I was going back to […]