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The Lions defeated Texas A&M University-Kingsville 55-20 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Sept. 20, 2014.
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Texas A&M University-Commerce, the 2014 Lone Star Conference Champions in football, will not participate in the 2015 Lone Star Football Festival at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

The day-long event, now in its fifth year, will kick off on Sept. 19. The 2015 schedule includes two Lone Star Conference tilts and one non-conference game.  Midwestern State faces Eastern New Mexico, and Tarleton State goes against West Texas A&M in LSC action, while Angelo State plays Bacone in a non-conference contest.

Women’s golf team finish fifth in Lions Classic

Mar 26, 2015
Women’s golf finished fifth out of eight teams in 2015 Lions Classic.
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Though Texas A&M University-Commerce's women's golf team performed well today, they couldn't quite keep pace with their effort on Monday, dropping from third to finish fifth out of eight teams in the 2015 Lions Classic.

Ali Leasor paced the Lions with a two-day score of 158, finishing 13th overall. Celeste Emeott and Emily Taylor were just one stroke behind, carding 159s to finish tied for 14th overall. Zoey Daneshfar scored a 168 to finish tied for 26th, and Katy Goen finished 29th with a score of 169. Leasor had four birdies, and Emeott and Taylor each had two.

Lion men No. 3 in country in latest USTFCCCA poll

Mar 26, 2015
The Lions third overall ranking is the highest they've received in the USTFCCCA poll.
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In a historic turn of events, the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association released their latest batch of weekly rankings, naming the Texas A&M University-Commerce outdoor men's team the No. 3 ranked team in the country.

The Lions are off to a red-hot start to the outdoor season following their dominant performance at the A&M-Commerce vs. Tarleton State Dual Meet last Saturday, already having accrued seven provisional qualifiers on the year.

Men’s golf finishes second in Lions Classic

Mar 26, 2015
The Lions finished second overall at the 6,783 yard, par-70 Hardscrabble Club in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
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Thanks to a terrific second-day performance, Texas A&M University-Commerce's men's golf team blazed through the 2015 Lions Classic. The Lions finished second overall at the 6,783 yard, par-70 Hardscrabble Club in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Lions' Williams named first-team All-American

Mar 23, 2015
A&M-Commerce’s Darrell Williams has been named Daktronics/Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-American. The senior forward was selected the South Central Region Player of the Year in addition to being chosen the Lone Star Conference Playe
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A&M-Commerce’s Darrell Williams has been named Daktronics/Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-American after leading the Lions to their first 20-win season and first appearance in the NCAA in 10 years.

The senior forward was selected the South Central Region Player of the Year in addition to being chosen the Lone Star Conference Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year. Williams led A&M-Commerce to its first 20-win season since 2004-05 as the Lions finished with a 24-8 record, losing to Angelo State in the first round of the South Central Regional.

Angelo State defeated A&M-Commerce 85-79 on March 14 in Stephenville.
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The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s basketball 2014-15 season came to a stunning conclusion with an 85-79 loss to Angelo State in the opening round of the NCAA South Central Regional Tournament in Stephenville on March 14.

The Texas A&M University-Commerce coaching staff will take fans on a nine-day tour through the Lion football position groups with each position coach.  Thursday we sat down with wide receiver coach Kevin Bleil.

Friday at 4 p.m. the Lions will host a Lone Star Conference doubleheader against Easter New Mexico University.
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After suffering their first home losses of the season Wednesday, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions look to bounce back with a Lone Star Conference series at the John Cain Family Softball Field against Eastern New Mexico starting Friday at 4 p.m. with a doubleheader and concluding with a pair of game Saturday at 1 p.m.

A&M-Commerce fell in a doubleheader to Cameron, 1-0 and 7-6, suffering its first losses in program history at home Wednesday night.

The Lions come into the meeting at 12-10 overall and 1-1 in the LSC, while the Zias enter at 13-7 and 1-3.

Seniors Ravi Dubose and John David Rollins are two of the nine athletes that will compete in the NCAA II Indoor Championship in Birmingham, Alabama this weekend.
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Nine select student-athletes for the Texas A&M University -Commerce men's indoor track &field team made the pilgrimage to Birmingham, Alabama earlier this week to compete in the NCAA Division II Indoor Championships taking place this weekend.

As the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions prepare for their fifth trip the NCAA Tournament and first appearance in ten years, we will bring you interviews counting down to Saturday's noon tipoff against Angelo State and take you inside the Lions' preparation.

Five days ago the Lions won their fourth Lone Star Conference Tournament Championship fans can watch the highlights from that game to get ready for ASU on Saturday at noon.

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As the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions prepare for their fifth trip the NCAA Tournament and first appearance in ten years, we will bring you interviews counting down to Saturday's noon tipoff against Angelo State and take you inside the Lions' preparation.

The Texas A&M University-Commerce coaching staff will take fans on a nine-day tour through the Lion football position groups with each position coach.  Wednesday is offensive line coach Desmund Farris.

Senior Moghaddam in hammer throwing broke the school record with 204-8 (62.38m), freshmen Muller in discus throwing 144-3(43.96m). Both won their respective events at the Tarleton State Invitational.
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Texas A&M University-Commerce Track & Field received conference-wide recognition for their first outdoor meet of the season, as the Lions swept both men's and women's Lone Star Conference Field Athletes of the Week with the awards going to Masoud Moghaddam and Rebecca Mueller.

Aggies sweep Lions in two one-run ballgames

Mar 12, 2015
After two losses against Cameron the Lions are at 10-12 and the Aggies moved up to 15-2.
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Cameron came into the John Cain Family Softball Field and handed Texas A&M University-Commerce a pair of one-run losses, 1-0 and 7-6, Wednesday night following a complete game from Kelsey Watson in game one and an extra-inning win in game two.

Watson kept the Lions off balance all game picking up six strikeouts in the game one win.  She allowed only three Lion base runners in scoring position all game.  December Rivers was the lone Lion with more than one hit going 2-for-3 with a triple.

Lion Softball will play a doubleheader against Cameron Wednesday.
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After having their conference four-game series scratched because of weather, Texas A&M University-Commerce and Cameron will play a nonconference doubleheader Wednesday at John Cain Family Field at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.

The Lions have lost six games this season due to weather, but the makeup doubleheader will help alleviate the scheduling problems.

The Lions are coming off a doubleheader split down in Kingsville against the Javelinas in their first Lone Star Conference games.

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