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ASC News: David Flores announced as new commissioner of American Southwest Conference

Above photo courtesy of the American Southwest Conference RICHARDSON, Texas- After months of silence on the topic of a new commissioner for the American Southwest Conference following the resignation of Amy Carlton, the conference announced David Flores will serve its next commissioner in a press release on Wednesday.  Flores comes to the league from the […]

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Photo Gallery: UMHB Baseball vs. Sul Ross State University

Belton, Tx- The UMHB Baseball Team finished its season against Sul Ross State Saturday afternoon. The CRU recognized five seniors at Saturdays game: Rahul Champaneri, Alex Palczewski, Russel Vadala, Robert McCall and Zack Honey.

True To the Cru’s Luke Zayas was at Saturday’s game capturing the final moments of the season through photos.

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ETBU defeats UMHB women’s basketball, 67-61, in competitive ASC showdown

BELTON-Blake Arbogast has seen his East Texas Baptist team mature greatly over the course of this season. Earlier in the year, his squad may not have pulled out a win in a knock-down, drag-out road duel. The experience level was not necessarily there. But with just four weeks left in the regular season, the Tigers played with poise on Thursday night, taking down No. 22 UMHB in a back-and-forth battle, 67-61.

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REPORTS: Sul Ross State will leave ASC, join Lonestar Conference in move to NCAA Div. II

ALPINE, Texas- The story of conference realignment within the American Southwest Conference continues to unfold, and on Thursday afternoon, another piece of information was brought forth, with Dave Campbell’s Texas Football reporting that Sul Ross State will transition to D-II membership and the Lonestar Conference beginning in 2024. 

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3 takeaways: UMHB men’s basketball takes down first-place UT-Dallas, 99-93, on the road

RICHARDSON, Texas- At halftime, on the road, tied a team atop the ASC standings at 6-0 in conference play, the UMHB men’s basketball team reached a sort of crossroads. The second half performance would determine whether the Crusaders snapped UT-Dallas’ eight game winning streak and emerged with a major conference victory, or left Richardson with their third loss in ASC play.