BELTON- When Caleb Bell announced his transfer from Hardin-Simmons to UMHB four weeks after the Cru’s Stagg Bowl victory, it quickly turned heads.
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla.-Parker Mitas stared down the hole. In what could be defined as the biggest tournament of his young collegiate career, the freshman’s bid to reach round three at the NCAA tournament came down to a single playoff hole against Gustavus Adolphus’ Jacob Pederson. And he proved that his remarkable poise was very much a strength, coming up clutch, as the last player on UMHB’s five-man team with an opportunity to advance to Thursday’s action.
BELTON, Texas-The Class of 2022 commitments continue to roll in (take a look at the updated commitment tracker) but the UMHB coaching staff has already begun working on the recruiting class for 2023, offering five players within the last two weeks. This article will be updated each time a Class of 2023 player is offered by the Cru, keeping track of the high school players and college transfer prospects UMHB has its eye on.
MARSHALL, Texas- They took on a valiant fight, a fight no Crusader baseball team had taken on before, and while in the end, it ended in a loss, what this year’s UMHB baseball team accomplished will set a standard for years to come.
MARSHALL, Texas- A day that began with one of the UMHB baseball team’s most lopsided losses of the season ended in a run-rule victory for the Cru, simultaneously breaking the program record for postseason wins.
CLEVELAND, Miss.-Held to just three hits, offense was hard to come by for the UMHB softball team on Saturday morning. And in an elimination game setting, that proved to be a hurdle, as Hardin-Simmons scored all four of its runs in the final three innings, en route to a 4-2 victory.