Top Stories. The official athletics website for the Gordon College Fighting Scots Domenic Holland, a senior at Fulton High School in Knoxville, Tenn., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. Jekobe Coleman, a senior at Fayette County High School in Fayetteville, GA., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. Daryl Rice, Jr., a senior at Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, GA., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. Brandon Jones, a senior at Red Bank high school in Chattanooga, Tenn., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. Lyon College Athletics. Finishing with a 25-8 overall record, the year was one for the record books. Zack Tilley, a senior at The Kings Academy in Seymour, Tenn., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. Welcome to the Scots College Basketball Club Facebook Page. Full Story Guy Takes Over as Head Tennis Coach August 27, 2020 | General News After four years as a player, and two years as an assistant, Jared Guy will now lead the Alma College men's and women's tennis programs Full Story Now she is helping to direct in another arena: the world of... Get hyped as we mic'd up Covenant women's cross country sophomore Brooke McDonald during a training session. Our Location. Grant Reardon, a 2019 graduate of William Blount High School in Maryville, Tenn., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. #WeAreTheScots. Hosted by Andrew Mindeman, guests included head coach Katie Stanford and seniors Jonathan George and Ashleigh Baker. Covenant College Scots. Volleyball. More than 100 Scots tabbed to USA South Academic All-Conference squad June 10, 2020 The USA South Athletic Conference released its 2019-20 Academic All-Conference Team on Wednesday, and Maryville College had 102 honorees on the esteemed list. Skip To Main Content. 337 likes. Volleyball. Grant Reardon commits to Maryville College Basketball after a season at Tennessee Wesleyan, Clinton's Trace Wandell commits to Maryville College Basketball, Fulton's Domenic Holland commits to Maryville College Basketball, Official Website of Maryville College Athletics, Special Olympics-NCAA Division III Partnership, More than 100 Scots tabbed to USA South Academic All-Conference squad, Maryville College Individual Camp Cancelled due to Covid-19 concerns, Chase Ridenour commits to Maryville College Basketball following stint at Tennessee Tech, Myles Rasnick commits to Maryville College Basketball following stint at ETSU, Fayette County High's Jekobe Coleman commits to Maryville College Basketball, Sandy Creek High's Daryl Rice commits to Maryville College Basketball, Red Bank's Brandon Jones commits to Maryville College Basketball, Karns High's Traven Jackson commits to Maryville College Basketball, Gibbs High's Caden Cupp commits to Maryville College Basketball, The KIngs Academy's Zack Tilley commits to Maryville College Basketball, MC listed among U.S. News & World Report's 2021 Best Colleges, Washington Monthly recognizes MC as top baccalaureate college. Hannah Harris ’19 is remembered as being a directing force on the volleyball court and a player who helped lead the team to greatness. Myles Rasnick, a 2018 graduate of The Webb School in Knoxville, Tenn., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. Maryville College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Raul Placers has announced today that the 41st annual MC Individual Camp, re-scheduled for July 20-23, has been canceled due to... Chase Ridenour, a 2018 graduate of The Webb School in Knoxville, Tenn., has committed to continue his academic and basketball careers at Maryville College. Previous Next Pause. Scots College is a Presbyterian day and boarding school comprised of three schools in one College; Preparatory School (Years 1-6), Middle School (Years 7-10) and Senior School (Years 11-13).