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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Wimberly Named Men’s Soccer Coach Posted on Mar, 31, 16

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Forrest Wimberly has been appointed the new Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Toccoa Falls College.  The Augusta, Georgia native brings over 18 years of coaching experience to TFC, most recently serving the past six seasons as the Head Women’s Soccer … Continued

New Men’s Soccer Coach Posted on Mar, 31, 16

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MBB: TFC Advances to CCNIT Championship Game, 76-71 Posted on Mar, 12, 16

The TFC Screaming Eagles advanced to the title game of the Christian College National Invitational Tournament (CCNIT) with a 76-71 win over the tournament hosts Oakland City University on March 11.  In the win over Oakland City, the four time defending … Continued

MBB: TFC Earns Record-Setting Win Posted on Mar, 11, 16

The Toccoa Falls College Screaming Eagles flew away with a record-setting win in the opening round of the Christian College National Invitational Tournament (CCNIT) on March 10 in Oakland City, Indiana.  TFC tied the CCNIT record for most points scored … Continued

Men’s Basketball Invited to CCNIT Tournament Posted on Mar, 08, 16

TFC Men’s Basketball is heading to the Christian College National Invitation Tournament (CCNIT).  Eights teams from Indiana, Illinois, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, and Montana have been invited to participate.  The CCNIT will be hosted in Oakland City, Indiana at … Continued

Alumni Gatherings Posted on Mar, 07, 16

You are cordially invited to attend an alumni gathering! Click on the date of your choice below to make your reservations. July 6, 2016 Jack Stack Barbecue, The Freight House, 101 West 22nd Street #300, Kansas City, Missouri 5:00 p.m. … Continued

Laura Hamilton, Class of 2009 Posted on Mar, 03, 16


Years at TFC: 2005-2009 Degree: Counseling/Psychology What you did following college: Shortly after graduating I had the opportunity to go on a short term, four-month mission trip to Southeast Asia serving with organizations working to fight human trafficking. I came … Continued