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Marshall University Athletics:
The SPIRE Institute's year old, 240,000 sq. ft. indoor track and field complex will play host to the Marshall Thundering Herd and another 50-plus NCAA track and field teams this weekend as the SPIRE Midwest Indoor Track and Field Open takes place this Friday through Saturday in Geneva, Ohio.
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Marshall head coach Tom Herrion has dismissed former Louisville commit Justin Coleman from the team. A press release issued by Marshall’s athletic department cited “Conduct detrimental to the program and not upholding its standards and expectations.”
Coleman was initially the prized recruit for Louisville’s 2010 class. Because he was a partial qualifier he was not eligible...
Marshall's defense held UAB to just 56 points, but the Thundering Herd scored a season-low 49 points and dropped its third consecutive game Wednesday at the Cam Henderson Center.
Cameron Moore scored 21 points to lead Alabama-Birmingham to a 56-49 victory over Marshall in a Conference USA game Wednesday night.
A layup by Moore with 11:36 remaining gave the Blazers (7-12, 2-4) a 42-41 lead and started a 14-3 run that enabled them to come away with a split in their season series against the Thundering Herd (13-7, 4-2).
UAB's six conference games have...
Jan 25, 7:00 PM | Cam Henderson Center
UAB Blazers vs Marshall Thundering Herd Odds
UAB pays a visit to Marshall on Wednesday, hoping to send the Thundering Herd to a loss while covering the college basketball spread at Cam Henderson Center.
The Thundering Herd are 13-6 so far on the season, and 5-7-1 ATS vs. the number. The Blazers, meanwhile, are...
HUNTINGTON - Tom Herrion often refers to rebounding and defense as the fabric of his Marshall men's basketball program.
What he doesn't try to defend, however, is the Thundering Herd's offensive performance, especially of late.
Even in starting Conference USA play 4-0 and losing twice last week away from home as an underdog, Herrion has been bewildered and befuddled...
A stifling second-half defensive effort by Memphis (15-4, 5-1 C-USA) helped the Tigers pull away from Marshall (12-7, 3-3 C-USA) for a 71-58 victory. Jasmine Lee posted her ninth double-double of the season with 21 points and 15 rebounds, both game highs.
Memphis closes its three-game homestand Saturday, Jan. 28 when it hosts the Marshall Thundering Herd in a Conference USA showdown at FedExForum. The game, to be televised on Comcast Sports Southeast (CSS), is slated for an 8 p.m. (CT) start.