Maryville College

Maryville College is a private four-year liberal arts college in Maryville, Tennessee, United States, near Knoxville. It was founded in 1819 by Presbyterian minister Isaac L. Anderson for the purpose of furthering education and enlightenment into the West. The College is one of the fifty oldest colleges in the United States and the twelfth oldest institution in the South. It is associated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). It enrolls about 1,103 students. Maryville College's mascot is the Scots. The sports teams compete in NCAA Division III athletics in the Great South Athletic Conference and the USA South Athletic Conference.

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Rick Byrd - Head Coaching Record
... Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason Maryville Scots (Old Dominion Athletic Conference (NAIA)) 1978–79 Maryville College 8–16 1979–80 ...
Maryville College - Alma Mater
... CHORUS Orange, Garnet, float forever, Ensign of our hill! Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Hail to Maryville!. ...
Richard Petty - Races Won - Grand National/Winston Cup (200 Career Wins)
... Staley 400 (North Wilkesboro), Alamo 500 (College Station), Capital City 500 (Richmond), Old Dominion 500 (Martinsville) 1972 ( 8 wins) Winston. 250 (Malta), Schaefer 300 (Trenton), East Tennessee 200 (Maryville), Dixie 500 (Atlanta), West Virginia 300 (Ona), Myers Brothers 250 (Winston-Salem), Halifax County 100 (South Boston), Capital City 500 (Richmond ...

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