The UMHB baseball team avenged a series sweep at ETBU by taking down 24th-ranked Trinity (TX) on Tuesday night in San Antonio, led by Tyler Betts’ 4 hits and the consistency of 7 UMHB pitchers.
Seven different UMHB teams were in action this past week, competing in six different states against a variety of opponents. As usual, we start off the week by examining some of the most notable numbers from the past week in Crusader athletics.
When the 2023 UMHB baseball season is reflected upon, a non-conference road win in mid-March likely will not be the first thing that jumps out. But it might just be the turning point necessary…
As spring sports continue to roll on in the month of March, plenty of games, meets, matches, and tournaments are playing out. Here are a few of the most notable numbers from this past week in Crusader sports.
It was a thrilling weekend in UMHB athletics, with a number of different sports in action across the Lone Star State. Here is a look at some of the biggest numbers from the weekend that was.
The 2023 season for UMHB baseball begins on Friday afternoon in Austin, and entering a season with higher expectations, the Crusaders are ready. Here’s what head coach Mike Stawski had to say prior to the season opener.
True To The Cru’s Riley Zayas caught up with Cedar Park High School’s Quint Mullen, who committed to UMHB baseball on Dec. 9 in this edition of “Catching up with the Commits”.
SIOUX CITY, S.D.-UMHB baseball alum Malek Bolin will be donning a new uniform when the 2023 season begins.
Currently playing in the professional ranks, Bolin signed with the Sioux City Explorers of the American Association on Saturday.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Former Crusader outfielder Landon Dieterich has retired from professional baseball.
The 24-year old from Riesel, Texas announced the decision on Sunday evening, after three years in the Washington Nationals organization.
BELTON- The final awards of the 2022 baseball season were announced by D3baseball.com on Tuesday, as the nationally-renowned website released its All-Region teams, which included two Crusaders in Malek Bolin and Caimyn Holiday.