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Grasser, Back Speak About Honors, Future

Grasser, Back Speak About Honors, Future

Cynthia Rios, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016

With an 12-4 overall record and a 8-2 conference record, Texas A&M University – Commerce Women’s soccer leads the Lone Star Conference with excellent performances from veterans Vicky Back and Savannah Grasser who have been named LSC Players of the Week. Back is from York, England where she...

Hearty Honors for A&M-Commerce Golfers

Hearty Honors for A&M-Commerce Golfers

Tiara Murdock, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016

Student athletes strive to be named Lone Star Conference champions of the week. The Lone Star Conference recognizes individual athletes in various sports for their performance during the week. Since August 2016, the university has had several LSC Player of the Week individuals including athletes from the men...

A&M-C Football Players Honored by LSC

A&M-C Football Players Honored by LSC

Dareious Scott, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016

Every week the Lone Star Conference gives out Player of the Week awards for each sport. So far the Texas A&M Commerce Lions have had three football players that have received these honors. Punter Kristov Martinez (Kicker), Richard Cooper (Running Back), Hector Dominguez (Punter), who has won ...

Moser Minute 10/17

Ricky Moser, Sports Editor

October 17, 2016

Lion Sports Go Virtual

Lion Sports Go Virtual

Trey Washington, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016

Most people who support Lion athletics don’t want to miss any game played by any sport and often want to know the results of every contest played.  A great way to keep up with what’s going on with lion athletics is the Lions Athletics video streaming.  The Lion Athletics video streaming allows fans and...

Men’s Basketball Looks to New Season

Men’s Basketball Looks to New Season

Dareious Scott, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016

The Texas A&M Commerce Men’s Basketball team are about to get their 2016-2017 season after going 17-11 overall last season. The team has added new and old faces to improve and to be better this season.    After what was considered an average season, the Lions are looking to have an eve...

Soccer Seeks to Top Mustangs

Soccer Seeks to Top Mustangs

Ricky Moser, Sports Editor

October 13, 2016

The Texas A&M University- Commerce soccer team is over halfway through another impressive season and working to build upon their three game winning streak. The Lions (5-1 Lone Star Conference, 8-3 overall) are the No. 1 ranked team in the LSC, aided by the fact that they are the highest scoring...

Homeward Rebound

Homeward Rebound

Alissa Silva, Managing Editor

October 13, 2016

After not being able to capture a win in the two games this past weekend, A&M-Commerce hopes to rebound with their upcoming home games against West Texas A&M, UT Permian Basin, and Arkansas- Fort Worth this weekend. A&M- Commerce will play West Texas Friday at 5 pm and UT Permian Basin...

Lions Unbroken After First Loss this Season

Lions Unbroken After First Loss this Season

Dareious Scott, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2016

Coming in at No. 4 in Division II, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions lost a hard fought battle to the Midwestern State University Mustangs (No. 7) 25-26, last Saturday in Memorial Stadium. The Lions were first on the scoreboard with a 31-yard field goal by kicker Kristov Martinez. The Mustangs...

The Moser Minute: Lions’ first loss of the season

Ricky Moser, Sports Editor

October 11, 2016

Cross Country Teams Persevere

Cross Country Teams Persevere

Evan Luecke, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016

Championship season is about to be underway for the Lions cross country team. On October 22, they have the Lone Star Conference meet. They started their season off at the Dallas Baptist University Patriot invitational, where Junior Turner Pool lead things off finishing 4th with a time of 25:54 for an ...

Softball Team Readies for Next Season

Softball Team Readies for Next Season

Trey Washington, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016

This past season for the Lady Lion softball team was a season full of new experiences after making the NCAA Tournament last season according to the team’s head coach Richie Bruister. The team finished 37-19, not bad for a program only in its second year and with just one senior on its roster.  “...

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