There was plenty of action in UMHB athletics over the past week, as March turned into April and many of the spring sports entered the homestretch of their seasons. Here is a look at a few of the most notable numbers from the week in Cru sports.
As it turned out, the biggest challenge for the UMHB tennis team on its recent road trip to Orlando did not come on the court. It came in getting back to Belton.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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- The UMHB women’s tennis battled a D-I opponent in UT-Rio Grande Valley on Saturday afternoon, beginning the spring season for the Crusaders.
On its home courts, the Cru battled hard, though UTRGV took a 9-0 victory. UMHB returns to action on Feb. 12, facing Trinity (TX) in San Antonio.
True To The Cru’s Russell Marwitz captured all of the action, as the Crusaders returned to action for the first time since Oct. 2, 2021.
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.