Inside The Huddle
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - On Sunday evening, the Lipscomb Women’s Soccer team will make the short three mile drive over to West End Avenue to take on the Lady Commodores of Vanderbilt. These Nashville natives are very familiar with each other’s programs. The two teams have been known to battle at the beginning of every season before conference play begins.
April 30th is rapidly approaching, and Nashvillians are starting to prepare for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and ½ Marathon. We all know training is essential when preparing for a marathon and half marathon, which is why we are here to tell you where the best places to train are right here in our city.
Percy Warner Park
Wednesday, February 1st 2017 may just seem like another ordinary day to most people, but it held a little more meaning to women and girls all over the world. Wednesday was the 31st annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day, how amazing is that?
With Thanksgiving this week, the staff here at the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl/Nashville Sports Council took a moment to reflect on what we are thankful for. Take a look at what our staff had to say:
Scott Ramsey, President & CEO
There is a lot to be thankful for – a great wife, a great family, great friends and a great place to come to work in a great city.
Thursday night, the Nashville Sports Council Young Professionals Network hosted their annual pub crawl sponsored by Broadway Entertainment. Young Professionals from all career fields gathered for food, drinks, and fun. The pub crawl started at Legends Corner, continued onto Second Fiddle, and made its final stop at The Stage. Broadway Entertainment has been a member of the Sports Council since 2001, and this is their second year sponsoring the pub crawl.