One of the eight Texas Woman’s University volleyball players stricken with an exertion-related illness was released from the hospital on Tuesday.
The North Texas board of regents will consider a capital improvement plan for 2017 on Thursday that includes the demolition of the remaining half of Fouts Field and the construction of a new track venue at the school.
It takes a special player to get big-time college offers at 15 years old. At Argyle, that is starting to become old hat.
Being back out on the field at Apogee Stadium never felt so good for Willy Ivery, even if it was for only a scrimmage on Saturday morning. The junior running back broke off a 30-yard run and was a key component of UNT’s running back rotation throughout the its first scrimmage of fall workouts.
Former North Texas golfer Rodolfo Cazaubon will tee off in the Olympics this morning.
Dontavious Baulkman, a safety from Arizona Western College, is cleared to join UNT in fall practice after meeting NCAA academic qualifying standards, a school spokesman said Wednesday.
Redshirt sophomore quarterback and former Guyer standout Jerrod Heard is moving to wide receiver, several players confirmed at a media availability Wednesday night.
The North Texas men’s basketball team released the non-conference portion of the 2016-17 its schedule Wednesday. The slate features home games against UT-Arlington, San Diego and road contests at Texas Tech, Rutgers and Sam Houston State.
Seth Littrell realized pretty quickly when he arrived at North Texas just how big a challenge he faced in his first job as a head coach. Littrell had to install his new offense, find a defensive staff to revamp that side of the ball and motivate a whole new batch of players.
Wren Baker spent years working his way from the bottom up in the world of college athletics. Baker vowed to build a winning program the same way on Monday, when he was introduced as the new athletic director at the University of North Texas.
Wren Baker talked extensively about the assets he will have at his disposal now that he officially has taken over as North Texas’ athletic director following his introductory press conference Monday at Apogee Stadium.
One after another, Conference USA’s coaches addressed what everyone knew would be a hot topic this week at the league’s annual football media days. C-USA commissioner Judy MacLeod listened in most of the day and then held court in Irving, where she was peppered with questions about conference realignment.
A new era in North Texas athletics officially began on Friday, when the North Texas board of regents voted to approve Wren Baker as the school’s new athletic director. The vote took place in a specially called teleconference.
Turner Smiley, a key member of the North Texas football team, was arrested on a DWI charge early Wednesday.
Irving will become the center of the Conference USA football universe for the next two days.
North Texas is paying a pair of Dallas-Fort Worth businessmen $20,000 to evaluate the school’s athletic program. Trip Kuehne and Michael Sicuro signed contracts with UNT on June 7 for $10,000 apiece. Their deals included nondisclosure agreements and stipulated that they report their findings to UNT President Neal Smatresk no later than Aug. 31.
DALLAS — Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Monday that league members are committed to the difficult task of “eradicating sexual assault” on their campuses in the aftermath of a scandal at Baylor that has damaged the image of the conference.
Steven King was among thousands of North Texas fans who banded together to help make the dream of a new football stadium at the school a reality five years ago.
Optimism about North Texas’ athletic program reached new heights on a warm summer afternoon in 2011 when the school announced a naming rights deal for its brand-new football stadium.