Posted: 10:13 PM The East Central University men’s cross country team, which was recently ranked 16th in the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Top 35 poll, and the ECU women’s squad will host the Tiger Chase on Saturday at the Pontotoc Technology Center in Ada.
Posted: 10:41 PM Jeremy Smith and Desmond Roland ran for three touchdowns apiece, Wes Lunt completed all 11 of his passes in a brief first outing as the new starting quarterback for No. 19 Oklahoma State and the Cowboys beat outmatched Savannah State 84-0 on Saturday night.
Posted: 11:12 PM East Central University fell victim to four turnovers while third-ranked Northwest Missouri State limited the Tigers to just a field goal as the Bearcats rolled to a 33-3 season-opening, non-conference victory Thursday night at Bearcat Stadium.
Posted: 10:38 PM LSU officials have confirmed that the No. 3 Tigers will play their opener against North Texas in Tiger Stadium on Saturday night, marking a victory of sorts for the Baton Rouge area after it was struck by tropical weather from Isaac.
Posted: 11:00 PM "Kent Samuel is the poster boy for Southeastern athletics."
That quote is from Kent Pickens and seems to sum up the general consensus of friends from childhood, high school and college.
Samuel was Southeastern's first All-Conference golfer after an outstanding athletics career at Durant High School.
Posted: 11:00 PM Natalie Brown played a major role in the first two 20-win seasons in Southeastern's modern-day women's basketball. She will be inducted into the Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame Friday, August 25th.
Posted: 10:18 PM The East Central University women’s cross country team was picked to finish second as the Great American Conference released its preseason coaches’ poll on Friday from the league office in Russellville, Ark.
Posted: 9:34 PM East Central became the pick of the Great American Conference women’s soccer head coaches to repeat as league champion following the release of the preseason poll, the conference office announced on Thursday.
Posted: 4:54 PM TCU coach Gary Patterson says starting quarterback Casey Pachall will not face team discipline after the junior admitted to police in February that he used marijuana and failed a drug test in February.