HOUSTON, Texas-After an eight-day break from game action, the 15th-ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor men’s basketball team returns to the court for another road duel, facing St. Thomas (TX). One of the top programs in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference in recent seasons, the Celts were picked No. 1 in the 2023 SCAC Preseason Poll and also […]
The American Southwest Conference football landscape shrunk to just four programs a little sooner than originally anticipated on Tuesday afternoon. The Southern College Athletic Conference published a press release announcing that Texas Lutheran, currently an ASC football affiliate, will rejoin the SCAC for football in 2024, rather than in 2025, as was initially expected when […]
A hot start guided UMHB women’s basketball to its third-straight victory, as The Cru downed Pacific, 58-44, closing a successful trip to the West Coast with a 3-1 overall record.
UMHB women’s basketball dominated in a complete effort on Friday afternoon, taking down Willamette, 86-49, in Oregon.
After splitting the weekend at the ETBU Tournament, falling to Trinity (TX), but beating Rhodes, the Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s basketball team is on the West Coast for a pair of competitive matchups starting on Friday afternoon.
Challenged on the defensive end by Texas Lutheran’s ball movement and shot-making ability for the better portion of Wednesday night, UMHB men’s basketball saw its two-game win streak snapped in the third game of the 2023 campaign by the narrowest of margins: 78-77.
We bring you a short gameday preview presented by Duke Realty, as 15th-ranked UMHB men’s basketball heads to Seguin for a non-conference duel against Texas Lutheran.
Photo: Russell Marwitz/True To The Cru/russellmarwitz.com BELTON-The 2023 season for UMHB Football ended this past Saturday in Brownwood, where many of the team’s seniors played their final games for The Cru. And they went out with a win. UMHB took down Howard Payne in a fairly convincing fashion, winning 35-10, as the Crusaders finished the […]
Katie Novak-Lenoir secured her first victory as UMHB’s head coach on Sunday afternoon, as the Crusaders dominated in a one-sided fourth quarter against Rhodes, holding the Lynx to just two points over the final 10 minutes in a 64-48 victory.
True To The Cru’s Russell Marwitz brings you a collection of field-level photos from Saturday’s season finale win for UMHB Football over Howard Payne in Brownwood.