After sweeping a pair of games at the 2013 Region Classic in Lawton, Okla., Texas A&M University-Commerce opens up the home portion of its schedule facing Southern Arkansas University at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at the Field House. It is the first of 11 home dates for the Lions during the 2013-14 schedule.
Texas A&M University-Commerce took a comfortable 11-point lead into the halftime break, but Southeastern Oklahoma fought its way back in the second half as the Lions' late rally came up short in an 85-83 loss at Bloomer Sullivan Arena.
A&M-Commerce falls to 0-3 on the season while the Savage Storm notch a victory in their season opener, sitting at 1-0.
Texas A&M University-Commerce used a balanced offensive attack to avenge an earlier loss to Tarleton State at the Field House. The Lions had five players with double digit digs, led by Michaela Spicer with 24. The offense featured five different players with 10 plus kills, led by Ezon Onditi with 15.
Senior setter Jordan Neal and junior outside hitter Breanne Snyder earned Lone Star Conference Co-Setter and Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors as announced by the conference office Tuesday afternoon.
Neal shares the setter honor with Marija Jovanovic of Midwestern State University and Snyder shares the offensive honor with Arielle Bond of Angelo State University.
Texas A&M University-Commerce closes out the 2013 regular-season schedule against a resurgent Eastern New Mexico University team on Sat., Nov. 16 at Memorial Stadium. Opening kick against the Greyhounds is set for 2 p.m. Saturday’s game marks the 2013 Lions’ Senior Day.
Eastern New Mexico has emerged as the surprise team in the Lone Star Conference, knocking off top-15-ranked opponents in consecutive weekends.
Tarleton State TexAnns at A&M-Commerce Lions Tuesday, Nov. 12 • 7:00 p.m. The Field House • Commerce, Texas Records: Tarleton State (14-12, 7-7 LSC), A&M-Commerce (20-7, 7-6 LSC) Live Stats: Lionathletics.com Live Video: Lionathletics.com
The Texas A&M University-Commerce women's soccer team is headed to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2008. A&M-Commerce earned the sixth seed in the South-Central region with their 11-5-2 record. The Lions will travel to host Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado to face the third seeded Hilltoppers of St. Edward's University.
Texas A&M University-Commerce used a ten to nothing run just before the under 16th minute media timeout to put distance between themselves and Oklahoma Panhandle State on Sunday, Nov. 10 to start the season 2-0 and cruise to an 89-77 win.
A&M-Commerce's memorable 2013 season notched another milestone for the program as the Lions dominated Division I FCS opponent Houston Baptist, notching a 55-21 victory over the Huskies at Strake Jesuit Crusader Stadium. It marks the first victory for the Lions over a current Division I opponent as A&M-Commerce improves to 7-3 on the year.