John Skladany was talking about the state of North Texas’ defense during the late stages of spring practice just a few days ago.
NORMAN, Okla. — North Texas’ Nadiyah El-Amin and Mona Landry were double-event winners at the 45th annual John Jacobs Invitational at Oklahoma on Saturday.
North Texas officials are continuing to work toward reviving the school’s baseball program while the university sorts through financial issues that could delay its debut until 2016.
NORFOLK, Va. — Junior Franziska Sprinkmeyer defeated Kathrin Waidner 6-1, 6-4 to clinch North Texas’ 4-0 victory over Southern Miss and a spot in the semifinals of the Conference USA tournament.
Ashley Kirk should own every major North Texas pitching record when her career ends after this season, but she and coach Tracey Kee weren’t going into a four-day break without seeing another record fall.
When North Texas coach Tony Benford looked at his team heading into his third season at the school, he saw several key holes he and his staff needed to address.
With four regular-season games remaining, the TWU softball team naturally will be focused on winning those contests. But it’s also that time of the year when attention turns to the upcoming Lone Star Conference tournament and South Central Region competition.
The North Texas tennis team will begin its first Conference USA tournament right where it had hoped — sitting back and watching most of the rest of the teams in the league battle it out.
Corky Nelson didn’t have the best facilities or the biggest budget during his tenure as North Texas’ coach during its stint in what was Division I-AA in the 1980s.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — TWU scored a 194.725 to finish second at the USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships on Saturday night.
North Texas has plenty of questions to answer heading into its annual spring game today at Apogee Stadium, none bigger than who will start at quarterback when the Mean Green opens the season at Texas.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — TWU posted a season-high 195.375 to win the second semifinal session Friday at the USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships.
Scott Hall and Cody Spencer watched over the last few years as several of their teammates from North Texas’ four straight Sun Belt Conference title teams were inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.
Is the fifth time a charm? That’s what TWU is hoping for this weekend as the Pioneers are armed with a No. 1 seed, the talent and experience of eight seniors and perhaps a we’re-tired-of-being-runner-up attitude as they open competition today in the USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships in Providence, R.I.
Keith Coleman, a 6-10 center who started 16 games for North Texas this season, is no longer a member of the Mean Green program, coach Tony Benford confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
There have been times this spring when North Texas coach Dan McCarney has had to stop and remind himself of just how long former Guyer standout John Schilleci has spent with the Mean Green.
During his first three seasons at North Texas, coach Dan McCarney talked about establishing a culture of excellence, one that would help the Mean Green break through for its first winning season and its first bowl game since 2004.
TWU coach Lisa Bowerman and gymnast Brittainy Johnson drove to Denton late Saturday following Johnson’s record-setting performance at the NCAA regional meet at Arkansas for one specific reason: to start team preparations Sunday for this week’s USA Gymnastics Collegiate National Championships.
Ashley Kirk was on the verge of adding to her already significant legacy in the history of North Texas softball on Saturday.
After losing three of four games against No. 1 West Texas A&M and a doubleheader to No. 7 St. Mary’s at home, the TWU Pioneers went on the road and earned a four-game sweep of Eastern New Mexico.
When TWU plays relaxed and with confidence, as it did early this season, good things usually happen on the softball field. The Pioneers returned to that form last weekend and find themselves on a five-game winning streak.
Derek Thompson didn’t waste any time after North Texas’ win over UNLV in the Heart of Dallas Bowl before turning his attention to the opportunity that will arrive for a host of the Mean Green’s seniors...
The North Texas football team’s game against Louisiana Tech at Apogee Stadium has been moved to Sept. 11 to accommodate a national television broadcast, UNT officials announced Monday.