In another balanced bouquet of pitching and hitting for TWU that saw senior pitcher Larisa Garcia hold St. Edward’s to just three hits, it was TWU’s demonstrative defense that fortified the Pioneers’ 4-1 victory in the first game of the NCAA South Central Super Regional at Pioneer Field on Friday night.
The TWU Pioneers put themselves in the final game of the NCAA South Central Regional 1 tournament with a stout pitching performance by Brandie Lander and a towering grand slam by Katie Hines to defeat Midwestern State 7-1 on Saturday at Pioneer Field.
COLLEGE STATION -- North Texas hoped the 2013 season would mark its breakthrough moment in the NCAA tournament. No. 60 UNT (18-6) made its second consecutive appearance in the national championships and third in the last four years on Saturday morning, when the Mean Green took on rival TCU in College Station.
Barbora Vykydalova wasn’t quite sure of what to make of Sujay Lama and his unique approach to the mental side of tennis when she first arrived at North Texas four years ago.
North Texas head coach T.J. Hubbard came into the season thinking 30 wins was a realistic goal. Thanks to a remarkable run at the end of the year, the Mean Green is on the verge of reaching that milestone and a few others this week during the Sun Belt Conference tournament in Troy, Ala.
After winning their first Lone Star Conference tournament championship, the TWU Pioneers recieved an automatic bid to the NCAA Division II tournament. On Monday, TWU was selected to co-host the South Central Region tournament this weekend at Pioneer Field as the top seed.
It’s not often teams are trying to suppress the great memories so quickly, but for the Lone Star Conference champion TWU Pioneers, last week’s emotional roller coaster is in the past and they aren’t ready to have their potential deep postseason run get off to a rough start.
The more Vertrail Vaughns thought about all that North Texas has to offer over the last few days, the more coming home to the Dallas-Fort Worth area made sense.
As TWU prepares for this weekend’s Lone Star Conference softball tournament, coach Richie Bruister says his team is peaking at the right time.
Taylor Schoblocher hit a walk-off grand slam to lift North Texas to an 8-7 win over Texas-Arlington on Tuesday at Lovelace Stadium.
Within a span of four days, Sam Sizelove and Connor Wilson decided they’d like to be teammates after they finish playing football at Argyle next fall.
With a multitude of school and individual records falling throughout a 43-win season, TWU has been hard-pressed to one-up each of its monumental moments, including several grand slams and walk-off home runs.
Ashley Kirk pitched a no-hitter and picked up a win in relief to lead North Texas to a doubleheader sweep of Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday at Lovelace Stadium. The Mean Green won the first game 8-0 in five innings and took the second game 8-7.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Steven White became the first member of the Mean Green to become a Drake Relays champion since 1970 on Saturday. White recorded a season-best 50.11 in the men’s 400-meter hurdles.
After the first game of a three-game series against West Texas A&M with the Lone Star Conference title on the line, TWU coach Richie Bruister said Friday’s tilt was starter Brandie Lander best performance of the season.
To say that Collin Scribner has a passion for baseball would be an understatement. With his coaches often having to remind him to take it easy, Scribner battled his way through two ACL injuries in the last two years.
North Texas athletic director Rick Villarreal and men’s basketball coach Tony Benford said Wednesday night that they want to continue the program’s series with Texas-Arlington, although fitting the game into next season’s schedule could be problematic.
TWU junior Brandie Lander has been named Lone Star Conference pitcher of the week for April 16-22. She earned the honor for the first time in her career.
North Texas head coach Tony Benford and assistant David Anwar spent a lot of time talking with and visiting Armani Flannigan up in Riverton, Wyo. That dedication paid off when UNT signed the 6-foot-8, 205-pound forward to a national letter of intent this week.
As the regular season winds down to a final — and crucial — series at home this weekend for TWU, the outcome against West Texas A&M won’t diminish the record-setting season the Pioneers have enjoyed.