KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s campus has been shaped and molded by hundreds of individuals through the years. Approaching the 125th anniversary, … More
Ryan Miller placed first in the night’s event after two successful 8 second rides for his first Velocity Tour win this season.
Johnson University’s men’s basketball finished their weekend off with wins on Friday and Saturday against Boyce College and Welch College. With this momentum, the Royals are set to have three more home games.
The JUTN cross-country coach, Sho Gray, is all about challenging himself and the people around him. For him, that began with running. He says that running brings freedom, control and growth into his life. Gray is able to apply these as he pours into others.
KNOXVILLE— JUTN student, Trenton Flemming, has taken on the role as coach for the Team Passion Elite AAU Basketball club. Team Passion Elite serves male student-athletes in Knoxville and surrounding areas.
The PBR’s Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour is coming to the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, February 17. Starting at 7 p.m., seasoned and newcomer bull riders will be competing for the night’s prize money, as well as points toward the PBR World Finals.
As Johnson Baseball players prepares for their upcoming season, Keegan Galloway answers questions about the team and their improvements on and off the field.
Anyone looking for an opportunity to learn a new sport, or just get active, can now sign up for cricket as an intramural sport this semester. Game times are yet to be determined but will take place one to two nights per week.