Boys and girls soccer face off against KCU

The boys and girls soccer teams faced Kentucky Christian University at South Doyle High School on Oct. 4.  The boys played first. With fans chanting “let’s go Royals” from the stands and coach Spenser Proctor advising the team from the sideline, the boys put “in an amazing effort”, according to freshman Benjamin Strunk.   In … Read moreBoys and girls soccer face off against KCU

JU athlete ‘excited’ for new year, season

KNOXVILLE     Soccer brought Abigail Barron to Johnson University where she has excelled, both on and off the field, while pursuing her goals. Before coming to Johnson, Barron graduated from Summit High School in Franklin, TN. She learned about the university through soccer recruitment and said she felt at home the first time she visited campus. … Read moreJU athlete ‘excited’ for new year, season

Your Role in the Story of Johnson: Brandon Perry

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s campus has been shaped and molded by hundreds of individuals through the years. Approaching the 125th anniversary, the Royal Scribe has prepared a video series that will introduce current Johnson faculty and staff, and give them a chance to reflect not only on how Johnson has shaped them personally, but how they … Read moreYour Role in the Story of Johnson: Brandon Perry

Realities of concussions among student-athletes real; JUTN soccer player shares story

KNOXVILLE— LoriAnne Collins, a sophomore at JUTN, strives to stay academically focused on her studies while being a children’s ministry major. However, an incident in the fall of 2016 made it more of a challenge to do so. Collins was diagnosed with a concussion in September. She was hit on the back of the head … Read moreRealities of concussions among student-athletes real; JUTN soccer player shares story

JUTN campus building plans update

KNOXVILLE — A little over a year ago, proposed changes to the Johnson University Tennessee campus were announced to students in chapel. These plans included the demolition of the Alumni Memorial Chapel, Bell Hall and the old gymnasium. It also included a remodel of the gymnasium in the Phillips-Welshimer Building and a new sports complex for student … Read moreJUTN campus building plans update

Johnson Ultimate ends their season with UT Tournament

KNOXVILLE- The Johnson University Tennessee Ultimate Club team had it’s fourth and final tournament of the semester this past weekend where they placed 7th overall. Uniquely, four out of the seven games the team played ended in universe points, meaning that the teams were tied until overtime with the next team to score winning the … Read moreJohnson Ultimate ends their season with UT Tournament

Johnson Ultimate team hosts first tournament

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s Ultimate Frisbee Club hosted its first tournament earlier this month at Seymour First Baptist Church where they used the fields for the six teams that came to play. There were two current Johnson teams, x and y, and an alumni team in addition to teams from STEM Academy, Wingate Universtiy, and … Read moreJohnson Ultimate team hosts first tournament

Senior athlete recognized by NCCAA

KNOXVILLE — Gunner St. John, a senior on the Johnson University Men’s Basketball Team, was awarded the prestigious Pete Maravich Memorial Award earlier this month. St. John and the Royals’ head coach, Brandon Perry, traveled to Ankeny, Iowa for the National Awards Banquet hosted by the National Christian College Athletic Association. St. John was personally interviewed … Read moreSenior athlete recognized by NCCAA