Deniz Kilicli and Jabarie Hinds scored 14 points apiece to lead West Virginia to a 60-58 win over Texas on Monday night.
The Austin College baseball team fell in both halves of its season opening doubleheader against Occidental College on Saturday, falling 7-4 in game one before dropping a 17-4 decision in game two. The ‘Roos are now 0-2 and will be looking to rebound with another doubleheader against the Tigers tomorrow morning.
The East Central University baseball team opened the 2013 season at Tiger Field and split a pair of games with St. Gregory’s. The Cavaliers (1-1) earned a 1-10 win in the opening game, but the Tigers (1-1) responded with a 15-7 win in a six inning game. The win was a come-from-behind win, with ECU scoring 10 runs in the bottom of the sixth.
Southeastern men's basketball will be looking to snap out of its roughest stretch of the season and make up lost ground in the Great American Conference standings when it hosts Ouachita Baptist and Henderson State this weekend.
Amath M'Baye and Steven Pledger both scored 20 points and Oklahoma held on for a 74-71 victory at Baylor on Wednesday night to tie the Bears for second place in the Big 12.
Marcus Smart scored 21 points and hit the winning layup with 3.1 seconds left to lift Oklahoma State to a 78-76 victory against Iowa State on Wednesday night.
SHERMAN, Texas – Former Austin College football player and 1997 Athletics Hall of Honor inductee Byron Boston has been assigned to the officiating crew for Super Bowl XLVII, it has been announced. This will mark the third time Boston has worked the Super Bowl since becoming an official for the National Football League.
Austin College men’s basketball player Alen Michael has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week, the league office has announced.
The Austin College men’s basketball team shot nearly 60% from the field for the game and exploded for a season high 91 points as the ‘Roos rolled past Centenary on Saturday, winning 91-78 with six players hitting double figures in the scoring column. The ‘Roos are now 5-15 overall and 2-8 in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play.
The Austin College women’s basketball game fell 65-54 in the team’s home finale on Saturday evening, bringing the team’s record to 9-11 overall and 3-7 in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play.