SHERMAN, Texas- In its second road contest of the season, UMHB dominated from start to finish, defeating Austin College 56-0 on Saturday. The Cru held the ‘Roos to just 28 passing yards and a total of 117 yards of offense.
True To The Cru photographer Russell Marwitz was on the sidelines for the contest, capturing the action. Below is a collection of several of his high-quality, field-level photos from the victory.
Riley Zayas founded True To The Cru in November of 2020 with the goal to cover the stories behind the score and give UMHB fans a closer look at the Cru while promoting the student-athletes and coaches that wear the purple and gold every day. He is also a national contributor to D3football.com and D3hoops.com, in addition to serving as a D3 women's basketball Top 25 voter. His byline has also been seen in: Sports Illustrated Kids, Horns Illustrated, College Baseball Nation, and FCA Williamson County. Follow him on Twitter @ZayasRiley.
BELTON- The regular season is halfway over for the fourth-ranked UMHB football team. Of course, if the Crusaders have it their way, this past Saturday’s 38-7 victory over Austin College will mark the first third of a 15-game journey in 2022, and for the most part, UMHB has looked every bit of a national title contender, entering its Week 6 matchup at ETBU with a 3-0 ASC record.
BELTON, Texas- The UMHB football team opened its 2021 season with an 84-6 victory over the visiting Simpson College Storm at Crusader Stadium on Saturday night. True To The Cru photographer Luke C. Zayas was on the field. Here are field-level photos of the action!
BELTON- Coming off a stellar season a year ago in which they went 18-1 in ASC play, the UMHB women’s basketball program is carrying that momentum into the upcoming season. Depth is always a critical component in head coach Mark Morefield’s hard-nosed, balanced attack, and the Cru will have plenty of it, especially with the addition of the freshman class.
Catalina Cortez, of Lubbock-Cooper High School, is a key part of this group…