Each Monday, we take a look back on the way the week unfolded for several UMHB teams, as the spring sports get underway. So here is a quick look at how each team in action this week fared. Combined, the Cru was 9-7 on the week.
There was plenty that occurred this past weekend in UMHB athletics as baseball, softball, basketball, tennis all competed, and picked up victories early in the spring. We will recap it all for you in this quick weekend review. Be sure to follow our coverage on Twitter at @TrueToTheCru, and right here on the website, where we will have plenty of ASC Tournament basketball coverage this week.
BELTON- The UMHB baseball team opened its 2022 season on Friday night, defeating rival Hardin-Simmons, 6-5 on a walk-off sacrifice fly from Carson Hagan. The Cru came back on Saturday and split a doubleheader with Cowboys, emerging with a 2-1 series victory.
True To The Cru’s Russell Marwitz and Luke Zayas photographed the series at Red Murff Field, and in this photo gallery, bring you high-quality photos from the weekend’s action:
As winter turns to spring, several of UMHB’s athletic programs have returned to action, or in the case of the nationally ranked basketball teams, are in the homestretch of their schedules, eyeing the postseason.
BELTON- It seems there is no better way to begin a season than against a rival. Because on Saturday afternoon, the UMHB baseball team performed at a remarkably-high level, defeating Hardin-Simmons in Belton, and earning a 2-1 series victory to begin the 2022 schedule.
The UMHB baseball team jumps into conference play in the season-opening weekend, facing Hardin-Simmons tonight in Belton before battling their rivals in a Saturday doubleheader. With a mix of newcomers and returners, head coach Mike Stawski is excited about the potential of this year’s team, and what awaits for the Cru in 2022. We discussed all this and more with Stawski, as we look ahead to the weekend and what lies ahead for UMHB baseball in 2022.
BELTON- The UMHB baseball team was picked fourth in the ASC preseason poll, which was released Monday and voted on by league head coaches and sports information directors.
BELTON, Texas- 2021 saw a number of incredible achievements in UMHB athletics, from conference titles, to win streaks, to individual performances. In this year in review, we attempted to capture a snapshot of some of the notable numbers that defined 2021 for the Cru, as well as some of the memorable quotes and moments following 2021’s key victories.
There’s plenty that happens in a year, and for Mary Hardin-Baylor, as well as True To The Cru, 2021 was no different. In fact, there might have been more than happened in 2021 than any other year before, as all 2020 fall sports were moved to the spring of 2021. Here’s a look at our Top 10 stories, based on traffic, from this past year of Crusader athletics:
BELTON, Texas- The 2022 seasons for the UMHB baseball and softball remain over four months away, but scheduling news has already been released. The baseball team, led by third-year head coach Mike Stawski, aims to build on its first ASC tournament win since 2014. The softball team comes off a season in which it finished […]