Josh Pastner is the featured guest on this week's episode of WKNO's Sports Files with Greg Gaston that airs Thursday and Saturday, Sept. 11 and 13.
M. Basketball - Last Thursday, Tigers fans filled in half of the University of Memphis men's basketball schedule with the release of the non-conference contests. This Thursday, Tiger Nation can finish the Tigers' 2014-15 slate with the announcement of their American Athletic Conference...
Calvin Godfrey and Kedren Johnson have transferred to Memphis. Both players are enrolled for the fall semester at the University and attended their first classes Monday, Aug. 25.
For Tigers fans, the wait is over - or, at least, half the wait is over. On Thursday, the University of Memphis released the non-conference portion of its 2014-15 men's basketball schedule.
Pookie Powell had 13 points and Chris Hawkins added 10 points and five rebounds, but it wasn't enough as the Tigers fell to Carleton 92-60 Tuesday night at the Ravens' Nest.
Shaq Goodwin and Nick King each scored 16 points to lead the Tigers to a 93-71 exhibition-game victory over McGill University Monday night at Love Hall.
Nick King scored a team-high 25 points to lead five Tigers in double figures and lift the visitors to a 104-89 exhibition-game victory over the University of Ottawa at Montpetit Hall Sunday.
The University of Memphis trio of Chris Hawkins, Nick King and Dominic Magee fueled a second-half comeback, but it wasn't enough as the Tigers dropped an 86-76 decision to Carleton University before a near sell-out crowd at the Ravens' Nest Saturday night.
The practices are in the books, and now the University of Memphis men's basketball team is departing for its Canadian exhibition tour Friday, Aug. 15.
Rising sophomore Dominic Woodson will transfer from the school, Tigers basketball head coach Josh Pastner announced Thursday.
M. Basketball - 8/7/2014
Tigers football head coach Justin Fuente is the featured guest on this week's episode of WKNO's Sports Files with Greg Gaston that airs Thursday and Saturday, Aug. 7-9.
For the fifth time since the event's inception in 2008, Memphis is a part of the ESPN 24-hour College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon. Memphis and Wichita State will play the 1 p.m. (CT) contest Nov. 18 on ESPN.