When the 2023 UMHB baseball season is reflected upon, a non-conference road win in mid-March likely will not be the first thing that jumps out. But it might just be the turning point necessary…
Tag: By Riley Zayas
OPINION: Saturday’s NCAA Tournament matchup displayed just how much Texas D-III basketball is on the rise
Saturday night’s battle between UMHB and ETBU was a showcase for D-III basketball in the Lone Star State if there ever was one.
Picked third in the ASC Preseason Poll, UMHB baseball remains poised as the program’s upward trajectory continues
The 2023 season for UMHB baseball begins on Friday afternoon in Austin, and entering a season with higher expectations, the Crusaders are ready. Here’s what head coach Mike Stawski had to say prior to the season opener.
FINAL FOUR: Here’s a look at the 4 teams left standing in the ASC men’s basketball tournament, coming to Belton Friday
For the second straight year, the road to the ASC men’s basketball tournament title goes through Belton.
The UMHB men’s basketball team finished alone atop the ASC standings, earning the right to host the semifinals and championship game of the 2023 ASC Tournament on their home court. The action begins on Friday afternoon,.
Competitive edge allowing Jaycie Brisco to find success for UMHB women’s basketball
BELTON- Jaycie Brisco has been competing her whole life. And she has never turned down a challenge.
That is to be expected when you grow up with a twin brother, go to a 2A high school, and play alongside the same group for four years. Naturally, a competitive edge will start to build.
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.
In his second year in Belton, Nathan Stolz has found his fit at UMHB
BELTON- Nathan Stolz sits in a suite above the Mayborn Campus Center, midway through the first day of the spring semester. The rhythmic sound of bouncing basketballs echoes off the gym floor below. In three days, the arena will be full for a 92-77 win over ASC rival Hardin-Simmons.
Thursday’s men’s & women’s hoops matchups between UMHB and HSU have “rivalry” element, but similar approach for all four programs and their head coaches
BELTON- Rare is it that you find two universities whose men’s and women’s basketball programs are both consistently competitive at the top of their leagues. But that is the case at Mary Hardin-Baylor and Hardin-Simmons.
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.
3 takeaways: UMHB women’s basketball comes from behind, defeats UT-Dallas 53-49
RICHARDSON, Texas- With 3:20 left in Saturday’s ASC duel at UT-Dallas, the 24th-ranked UMHB women’s basketball team trailed by three, 49-46. For head coach Mark Morefield, it brought back an all-too-familiar feeling dating back to the Dec. 20 loss to Puget Sound.