Two weeks into conference play, UMHB men’s soccer is still undefeated against ASC opponents. The Crusaders overwhelmed Ozarks on Thursday night behind a strong second-half showing, taking down the Eagles in a 4-1 victory that moved UMHB’s record to a flawless 4-0 in conference action.
Ranked 15th in the nation, UMHB women’s soccer kept its perfect record intact on Thursday night, shutting out Ozarks in another dominant defensive performance. The Eagles were unable to record a single shot, while UMHB scored three times in the victory.
The SCAC is expanding again, as two ASC member schools, Concordia (TX) and Ozarks will be joining the league beginning 2024-2025.
The UMHB softball team continued to roll through ASC play in dominant fashion this weekend, run-ruling Ozarks three straight times in Belton as Grason Long tossed a no-hitter in game one.
In west Arkansas, UMHB baseball surrendered more runs than it scored, and dropped the final two games of the series to Ozarks, falling to 8-16 in ASC play.
True To The Cru’s Luke Zayas and Russell Marwitz were courtside, capturing the action in UMHB men’s basketball’s 90-65 win over Ozarks on Saturday afternoon.
BELTON- It took the UMHB men’s basketball team a few minutes to find a rhythm on Saturday afternoon; long enough that Ozarks jumped ahead 32-24 on one of Grayson Nix’s three three-pointers in the game’s opening half.
But once the Crusaders kicked into gear, there was no stopping them.
Behind a strong defensive effort on Saturday afternoon, that included holding Ozarks scoreless for the final six minutes, the UMHB women’s basketball team moved to 17-6 overall in a 65-39 win.
CLARKSVILLE, Arkansas-Back into conference play on Thursday night, the UMHB men’s basketball team eclipsed the 100-point mark for the first time in a game this season.
And an improved defensive effort in the second half kept Ozarks from countering, as the Crusaders emerged victorious 101-80, in their lone out-of-state trip in ASC play.
CLARKSVILLE, Arkansas- The opening minutes of No. 24 UMHB’s return to conference play on Thursday night were less than convincing. But with an improved intensity on the defensive end over the final two quarters, the Crusaders had little trouble pulling away.