There were plenty of memorable moments in UMHB football’s 52-7 victory over Southwestern on Saturday, but these three plays stuck out and changed the course of the game for the Cru. Below are three plays under consideration and we want the fans to decide which deserves the honor of “Play of the Game”.
BELTON, Texas- Catch up on the latest happenings in UMHB sports right here, as we cover every sport that played this past weekend, and highlight the top performers for the Cru.
Editor’s Note: Above image of Josiah Johnson provided by the UMHB Athletics Department TEMPLE, Texas- Everyone who has witnessed Josiah Johnson go to work knows
TEMPLE, Texas- In its first, and likely only neutral site game of the regular season, the UMHB women’s basketball team earned its second win over Concordia (TX) in the last three days, defeating the Tornadoes 53-44 on Saturday afternoon at Temple College.
As fans filed into Crusader stadium on this particular Saturday afternoon in February, the excitement was evident. The UMHB football team had not played a home game in 437 days, and the last time the Cru took the field in Belton, it ended in a 26-7 loss to Wisconsin-Whitewater.
BELTON, Texas- On January 8, just a week before conference play was set to begin, the UMHB men’s basketball team allowed Concordia to earn a win in Belton in the home opener. On Thursday night, the Cru made sure that did not happen, as the perfect ASC record was kept alive and the team earned a 85-74 win over the Tornadoes.