BELTON- There will be a new head coach leading the fledgling acrobatics and tumbling program at UMHB entering the 2023 season, as it was announced by the university athletic department Friday morning that Raffaela Scotto has been tabbed as the program’s second head coach.
BELTON- The UMHB Acrobatics and Tumbling program has been in existence for just three years. But it might as well be two.
The 2020 season was cut short by three meets, so 2021 was the first time the Cru competed in a full schedule. Yet, in just that short time, the program has already reached a number of milestones…
With six teams in action this past week, here’s a look back on how the Crusaders fared, including short write-ups on Acrobatics & Tumbling, men’s and women’s tennis, and beach volleyball.
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, 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.
BELTON, Texas- You may have seen our commitment tracker, keeping you up-to-date on latest student-athletes to commit to UMHB. On Wednesday, several of those commits signed with the Cru, making their commitment official. All sports except for football were allowed to sign as part of the NCAAs fall signing day.