ALPINE, Texas- The UMHB men’s basketball team, ranked 24th in the nation, bounced back from a non-conference loss to Sul Ross State in late December, taking down the Lobos on Thursday night, 68-55, in conference action.
ALPINE, Texas- 400 miles west of Belton, the UMHB women’s basketball team went down to the wire with Sul Ross State on Thursday night, but came out on the losing end, as the Lobos shot 61.5 percent in the second half, and pulled out a 77-74 victory.
It is Feb. 1, which means it is Natiomal Signing Day for quite a few UMHB commits. Here are all of the Cru’s signings, in one place, easily accessible for you to track the latest high school prospects who have put pen to paper, making their commitments official. This article will be updated as more signings are held.
On Saturday afternoon, the UMHB men’s and women’s basketball teams closed out a five-game homestand with victories over LeTourneau, as each remains in second place in the ASC regular season title race. Here is how the action played out.
On Friday, it was announced that Kyle King and Mikkah Hackett would be reunited, teammates once again, but on a field 5,211 miles from Belton. Hackett was the 2021 Stagg Bowl MVP and an All-America selection.
BELTON- The loss may have been before Christmas, but it was a loss the UMHB men’s basketball team had not forgotten. ETBU’s 72-64 defeat of the Crusaders in Marshall on Dec. 10 gave way to a winning run for 22nd-ranked UMHB, with the Cru having won 11 of their previous 12 entering Thursday night’s rematch with the Tigers.