Lambuth University – 2006 Volleyball

Jackson, TN – Progress should be the key word for Lambuth Volleyball this season. The team has undergone many changes. Key players, including three time all-conference setter Carman Campbell, one time all-conference middle hitter Brittany Leeper and Elisa Galindo, have completed their eligibility. Amelia Rodgers, a starting right side hitter last season has moved on to pursue a different degree at another institution.

All of these athletes had an impact last season and will be missed.


Lambuth University – 2008 Baseball Coaches

John Barlowe – Head Coach

imageOn June 7, 2007 Lambuth University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Don Shaver, announced the hiring of John Barlowe as the new head baseball coach at the University.

Barlowe began his coaching career as an assistant baseball coach at South Caldwell High School in Hudson, North Carolina in 1982. He was an assistant coach at Georgia Southern University from 1989 -1991. He was the head coach at Truett-McConnell Junior College in Cleveland, Georgia from 1991-1994.

Barlowe was an assistant coach at Vanderbilt University from 1994-2002. While at Vanderbilt, his duties consisted of recruiting, academic counseling, travel, fundraising, field management and maintenance, as well as on field coaching and teaching. During his tenure at Vanderbilt, the school had three of the recruiting classes to rank 21st, 19th, and 7th in the nation respectively.

Barlowe has also managed seven summers in the Cape Cod League. The past two seasons, Barlowe has either coached or managed in the Northern League. In 2005 he was an assistant coach with the Edmonton Cracker Cats and in 2006 he managed the same club.

Barlowe attended Louisburg Junior College and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Appalachian State University. He has a Masters of Education from Georgia Southern University.

Coach Barlowe had this to say about coming to Lambuth in June 2007: “I would first like to say all glory goes to God. I feel very blessed, humbled, and honored Dr. Zuker and Mr. Shaver have chosen me as the new baseball coach at this wonderful University. Lambuth is a great academic institution, with a rich history of athletic success. The Eagles play in an outstanding conference. As the head baseball coach, I look forward to and accept the opportunities and challenges in the future of this program.”

Lambuth University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Don Shaver said, “John’s accomplishments and success at Vanderbilt were keys in our decision. He is a strong family man with high values and will be a fantastic representative of our University.”

Barlowe and his wife, Terri, along with their two daughters, Melissa and Megan will reside in Jackson.

Jason Anderegg – Assistant Coach


Jason Anderegg came to Lambuth as the Assistant Baseball Coach in 2006 under Former Head Baseball Coach John Massey.

Jason serves as the pitching coach and is the designated recruiting coordinator and is also charged with all other daily operations of the baseball program. Jason came to Lambuth from Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge, Iowa. As an assistant at Iowa Central Jason was in charge of the pitching staff and assisted in recruiting, field maintenance and academic supervision.

In the four years that Jason was an assistant at ICCC, the team won four regional titles, three district titles, and participated in the JUCO Division II World Series three times. In the three years ICCC placed 2nd, 4th and 7th. All four years the Tritons were ranked in the top ten. During his stint at Iowa Central 17 players signed Division I scholarships to elite schools such as Texas A&M, Nebraska and Minnesota and four players were named All-Americans. Several other players signed with Division II, III and NAIA schools. Three players were taken in the Major League draft, while three former players are currently playing professional baseball.

Before Iowa Central, Jason spent one year coaching at his former high school, Newman Catholic High School. The team finished the 1998 season with a State Championship, with Jason working with the pitchers and defense.

Jason also has served as the pitching coach for the Twitty City Knights for the past 3 years. The high school select team has pitchers that have signed at Vanderbilt, Lipscomb, Mississippi State and in the 2006 Major League draft had two pitchers drafted. Jason has been a part of the Knights team that has participated in many World Series Tournaments, which includes a Sandlott World Series World Championship in the summer of 2007.

Jason played at Iowa Central in 1998 & 1999. Both seasons he was selected to the All-Region team. Jason still holds the record for winning percentage in a season going 8-0 for the Tritons his sophomore season. Jason then transferred to Belmont University where he graduated with a degree in Exercise Science, while being a mainstay in the Bruin pitching staff.

Following his senior season at Belmont, Jason was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the 19th round of the 2001 Major League Draft. After playing a season of Class A ball, Anderegg was released. He then played 2 seasons of Independent baseball with the Gateway Grizzlies out of St. Louis, Missouri in the Frontier League. Professional baseball allowed Jason to work with many established pitching coaches such as Danny Cox, Rick Sutcliffe and Tom Brown.

Jason is the son of Dan and Linda Anderegg, born and raised in Mason City, Iowa. Jason attended high school at Newman Catholic High School where he lettered in Football, Hockey and Baseball. Jason has two brothers Joe and Josh. Jason also is currently working on his Masters of Business Administration through Columbia Southern University.


Lambuth University – 2007 Men’s Soccer

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2007 Men’s Soccer Record:

TranSouth Pct. Overall Pct Streak Home Away Neutral
8-1 .889 12-7 .632 Lost 1 6-2 6-4 0-1


Lambuth Headlines

Eagles Fall in Regional Sem-Finals

Wed, Nov 7, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]


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Eagles Advance to Region XI Semi-Finals With Shutout Win Over Bethel

Sat, Nov 3, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]


Lambuth defeated local conference rival Bethel in today’s Region XI play-in game.

Jackson, TN—On a brilliant sunshiny day at the Lambuth University Senior Commons Soccer Complex the Lambuth Eagles were just as brilliant.

The Eagles beat Bethel in the Region XI play-in game and will move on to the Region Semi-Finals to face the second ranked team in the nation, Lindsey Wilson.

Adam Goldie scored the only goal of the contest scoring at the 56th minute mark to give Lambuth the win. Wade Wadsworth was credited with the assist.

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Men’s Soccer to Host Region XI Play-In Game

Thu, Nov 1, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]

imageThe Lambuth University Eagles will host Bethel College in the Region XI Play -In game Saturday at noon.

It will be the second meeting on the year between the two squads. Lambuth won at Bethel earlier this season 2-1.

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Conway Named Coach of the Year in TranSouth Conference

Tue, Oct 30, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]

Eagles Lose in Conference Semi-Finals

Mon, Oct 29, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]

Eagles Host Soccer Finals

Thu, Oct 25, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]

Lambuth Men’s Soccer Match Moved to Belhaven

Tue, Oct 23, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]

Another Lambuth Championship: Eagles Clinch TranSouth Regular Season Title

Sat, Oct 20, 2007 – [Men’s Soccer]

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Lambuth University – 2007-08 Men’s Basketball

Coach Kevin Burton knew his team would have to be at the top of their game to beat the Bluefield Rams. The Rams had given Auburn University all they wanted earlier this month as they lost a tough game at Auburn.

Lambuth pulled away early in the second half and then held on to beat Bluefield 77-69 in the Econo Lodge Classic.

Cross Country

Lambuth University – 2007 Men’s Cross Country


Jackson, TN – Runners and walkers from different races, ages and cultures participated in the first Goody 2 Shoes 5K walk/run Saturday morning in downtown Jackson to raise money for children who need tennis shoes.

More than 200 people participated in the event, which was sponsored by Area Relief Ministries.

Numerous teams for the Jackson-Madison County School System were involved as well as student government associations from Lane College , Lambuth University,Jackson State Community College and Union University.


Lambuth University – Office of Sports Information

Office of Sports Information

Lambuth University Athletic Center

705 Lambuth Blvd.

Jackson, TN 38301

(731) 425.3231

The Office of Sports Information at Lambuth University serves the athletic department with the promotion, publicity, and information service of the University’s 18 athletic programs.

Intercollegiate programs for men include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming, and tennis. Women’s teams include basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, and volleyball. Coed sports include cheerleading and dance.

The Office of Sports Information is responsible for all aspects of promotion and publicity of the athletic programs and events which includes news releases and the design and maintenance of the athletic website and other promotional materials such as bumper stickers, media guides, and the like.

The Office of Sports Information also serves as the main point of contact between all media outlets and each team, coach, and player.

Sports Information Director Assistant Sports Information Director
Dave McCulley

O: (731) 425.3231


Joshua Pendergrass

O: (731) 425.3231


Media Services and Policies

Game Day Coverage– Any member of the media wishing to cover a Lambuth sporting event is askeimaged to reserve a press credential at least 48 hours prior to the event. While last minute media visits are always welcome, prior knowledge of your arrival is very important so that we may prepare for your visit. For Football and Men’s and Women’s Basketball the Office of Sports Information will provide statistical information as soon as possible after each home contest is completed.

Interviews – All interviews with Lambuth University coaches, student athletes and staff members must be arranged through the Office of Sports Information. After any athletic event, locker rooms are without exception off limits to members of the media. Player and coach interviews, however, may be conducted outside locker room entrances or on the playing surface after the participants have had at least 10 minutes to “cool off” after the completion of the contest. If a member of the media is wishing to interview certain individuals after a home contest is completed, it is requested that the member of the media notify a member of the Sports Information Team who will arrange the interview as quickly as possible.

Photographers – Photographers are asked to stay on the home sideline and near the south end zone for football. For any events held in the Lambuth University Athletic Center, photographers are asked to stay in either end zone or on the second level of the building near the Hall of Fame Center. For all other sports, standard shooting spots may be utilized. Please see “Game Day Coverage” for information on credentials.

Practices – Practices are generally open to members of the media. Prior knowledge of attendance, however, is appreciated.

Pregame Information – Pregame information may be obtained from the Office of Sports Information when available. Media kits including pregame notes and season to date stats will be provided for Football and Men’s and Women’s Basketball. Information for other sports will be provided upon request.

Press Conferences – From time to time, it may be necessary for the Office of Sports Information to call and host an athletics related Press Conference. In the event that a Press Conference is called, all primary media outlets (mainly the Jackson, TN market) will be notified. If you wish to be notified of such events, please contact the Office of Sports Information.

ImageRadio – Any visiting radio broadcasts must reserve their seating and phone lines at least 10 days prior to the event to be covered. While we will make every effort to help those who do not reserve their space, phone lines and seating cannot be guaranteed. Wireless internet is available for media use at any event which takes place in the Lambuth University Athletic Center.


Lambuth University – Athletic Staff

Don Shaver, a 1962 graduate of Jackson High School and a 1966 graduate of the University of Chattanooga, was appointed by Lambuth University President Dr. R. Fred Zuker as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Lambuth University in July 2005. Don earned his M.Ed. from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 1967 and completed his coursework for a Ph.D. in Leadership and Higher Education from the University of Mississippi in 2006.

Don was inducted into the UTC Sports Hall of Fame in 1997 and the Jackson – Madison County Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. Don was the most valuable football player at UTC in 1964; was co-captain in 1966; won the Dayle Maye award as the senior athlete with the highest scholastic average in 1966; and was a Little All-American quarterback.

Record achievements have occurred at Lambuth University during the two years of Don’s leadership including a first ever national championship in women’s basketball in 2007. LU’s volleyball team has won 20 games for two consecutive years; LU’s men’s basketball team has been ranked as high as #4 in the nation and has been invited to compete for the NAIA national championship in Kansas City for the past two years.

The LU Hall-of-Fame Center was dedicated in 2006 and is a popular site for donors and supporters of Lambuth athletics.The LU Athletic Center has undergone extensive renovations and is recognized as one of the top facilities in the south.

With acclaimed new coaches including James Parker (women’s & men’s tennis); Heather Thauer (women’s & men’s swimming); Andy Farmer (women’s & men’s golf); John Barlowe (baseball); Shannon Tanner (softball); and Simon Duffy (women’s soccer) joining veteran coaches including Vic Wallace (football); Bill Burnside (volleyball); Jimmy Carmichael (women’s & men’s cross country); Paul Conway (men’s soccer); Kevin Burton (men’s basketball) and Joe Reints (women’s basketball), LU is truly poised for accomplishment in all sports.


Lambuth University – 2008 Men’s Golf

Jackson, TN—Lambuth University junior, Brad Robbins placed second in his first ever college golf tournament Tuesday in the Union University Fall Invitational golf tournament.

Robbins, from Paducah, KY is at Lambuth on a tennis scholarship and walked on to the golf team this year.

Robbins shot even par 72 in the first round of competition and closed with a 75 in the final round. Those scores were good enough to tie Robbins with Brock Bullard of Lyon College for a two way first place tie. Robbins lost to Bullard on the second playoff hole.


Lambuth University – 2007-08 Men’s Swimming

Jackson, TN —Heather Thauer, Swim Coach at Lambuth University, is pleased to announce the signing of Andrea Mason of Lebanon Tennessee. Andrea is currently the senior captain of the Lebanon High School Swim team.

Mason will join Lambuth’s squad this fall after her graduation in May.

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Lady Eagles Soccer Season Comes To A Close

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Garside Closes The Deal

Tue, Oct 23, 2007 at 6:58 AM [Women’s Golf] – Viewed 32 times

Eagles Run by Campbellsville as Coach Wallace wins 98th Game at Lambuth

Mon, Oct 22, 2007 at 11:41 AM [Football] – Viewed 81 times

Garside Leads Golf Tourney

Mon, Oct 22, 2007 at 6:59 AM [Women’s Golf] – Viewed 23 times

Another Lambuth Championship: Eagles Clinch TranSouth Regular Season Title

Sat, Oct 20, 2007 [Men’s Soccer] – Viewed 85 times

Lambuth University Cross Country Fares Well in Lambuth Invitational

Thu, Oct 18, 2007 [Cross Country] – Viewed 50 times

Lady Eagles Picked #4 in TranSouth Conference

Thu, Oct 18, 2007 [Women’s Basketball] – Viewed 40 times

Lambuth Picked #2 In TranSouth Conference Pre-Season Poll

Thu, Oct 18, 2007 [Men’s Basketball] – Viewed 51 times

Lambuth Baseball Announces Winter Baseball Camp

Thu, Oct 18, 2007 [Baseball] – Viewed 56 times

Lambuth Inducts Five into Athletic Hall-of Fame

Thu, Oct 18, 2007 [Lambuth] – Viewed 64 times

Second Annual 100 Inning Game Scheduled

Wed, Oct 17, 2007 [Baseball] – Viewed 64 times

Calling All Alumni

Wed, Oct 17, 2007 [Baseball] – Viewed 69 times

Senior Day Victory for Lambuth

Tue, Oct 16, 2007 [Men’s Soccer] – Viewed 117 times

Lambuth Comes from Behind to Capture Conference Thriller

Tue, Oct 16, 2007 [Men’s Soccer] – Viewed 97 times

Lady Govs Shutout Lambuth

Tue, Oct 16, 2007 [Women’s Soccer] – Viewed 41 times

Eagles Run Out of Time in Pikeville

Tue, Oct 16, 2007 [Football] – Viewed 105 times

Lambuth’s Hunt named Player of Week in TranSouth Conference

Tue, Oct 16, 2007 [Men’s Soccer] – Viewed 68 times

Jackson’s Biggest Slumber Party a Big Hit

Fri, Oct 12, 2007 [Women’s Basketball] – Viewed 36 times

Support the Lambuth Eagles & Breast Cancer Research

Tue, Oct 9, 2007 [Softball] – Viewed 49 times