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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Basketball: Men TFC 38 – 75 Coastal Carolina, L Posted on Dec, 14, 12

The Toccoa Falls College Eagles traveled to Conway, South Carolina, to face NCAA division one opponent, Coastal Carolina University on December 13. The Chanticleers of Coastal Carolina have participated in the NIT national tournament for two of the last three … Continued

Basketball: Men TFC 56 – 78 Sewanee University, L Posted on Dec, 10, 12

Playing their third game in three days, the Eagles faced Sewanee University in the last game of the Lon Varnell Classic on December 8. Sewanee capitalized on the Eagles fatigue and took a 28-16 halftime lead. Despite the deficit, the … Continued

Basketball: Men TFC 71 – 94 Oglethorpe University, L Posted on Dec, 10, 12

TFC traveled to Sewanee University in Tennessee to face Oglethorpe University and Sewanee in the Lon Varnell Classic. The Eagles faced Oglethorpe in the opening game of the tournament. In similar fashion to the Montreat loss, the Eagles trailed Oglethorpe … Continued

Basketball: Men TFC 61 – 72 Montreat College, L Posted on Dec, 07, 12

In their final home game before students return home for Christmas break, the Eagles hosted Montreat College on December 5. The Eagles were overwhelmed by the Cavaliers defensive trap. The home team struggled on the offensive end in the first … Continued

Commencement Scheduled for December 14-15 Posted on Dec, 05, 12


Commencement for Toccoa Falls College is scheduled for Saturday, December 15, beginning at 10:30 a.m. in Grace Chapel and Performing Arts Center. The commencement speaker this year is Mr. Warren Cole Smith. Mr. Smith is an award-winning journalist, radio and … Continued

Connections – Fall 2012 Posted on Dec, 05, 12

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Eagles Drop Road Conference Games Posted on Dec, 03, 12

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Toccoa Falls College men’s basketball team traveled to Florida on November 30 – December 1 to take on region opponents Clearwater Christian College and Trinity Baptist College. The Eagles dropped both games on the road trip, and fell to 2 … Continued