Bucky McMillan led Samford to a Southern League basketball title in his third season as the Bulldogs head coach.
Logan Dye, a fifth-year senior, played a huge role in Samford regular season SoCon title.
Furman's Mike Bothwell scores 35 points and the Paladins hit 14 3-pointers to become co-champions of the Southern Conference with Samford.
Samford uses a 25-point night by Jermaine Marshall to pull out a Southern Conference win at Chattanooga.
Thirteen players score at least a basket in Samford's win over VMI on Saturday.
Samford turns a double-digit deficit into a win that gives the Bulldogs sole possession of first place in the Southern Conference with three games left to play in the regular season.
Samford looking to sweep the season series against UNC Greensboro. The Bulldogs won, 70-68, on the road in early January.
Samford stays in a three-way tie for first place in the Southern Conference with an overtime win at Mercer.
Samford was outscored, 27-13, from the free throw line in a game between two of the top three teams in the Southern Conference.
Samford is attempting to win its ninth consecutive Southern Conference at the midway point of conference play.
Samford point guard Ques Glover missed more than half of the season thus far but is healthy and ready to go for the Bulldogs.
Samford is 7-0 in Southern Conference play for the first time since joining the conference in 2008.
Logan Dye had 22 points to help Samford come from behind to knock off Chattanooga.
Samford hits 16 3-pointers in the win over Wofford at the Pete Hanna Center.
Samford's leading women's basketball scorer left for Christmas break at Andrea Cournoyer and returned as Andrea Bailey.
Samford snapped a seven-game losing streak with a team effort in the victory over Mercer.
Samford coach Bucky McMillan's team is fighting through injuries and illness as Southern Conference play begins.
It was a game of scoring runs as Louisiana Tech emerged with a three-point win at Samford.
Bucky McMillon looks to build on a season his Samford basketball team won 21 games.
On the surface, it looked like the Samford men’s basketball team’s trip to the Dominican Republic was about the game of basketball. Dig past the surface, though, and it was about much more. And you really don’t have to dig far.