GAINESVILLE — Some of softball’s biggest stars visited North Central Texas College last Saturday to honor four young women who lost their lives in a bus accident, to offer support for families and the Lady Lions softball team and raise money for a recently-established scholarship.
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DURANT — Following a 7-4 season and fourth-place finish in the Great American Conference, Southeastern Oklahoma State has accepted an invitation to play in the Texarkana Live United Bowl at Razorback Stadium in Texarkana at noon on Dec. 6.
DURANT — Southeastern Oklahoma State football placed five players on the All-Great American Conference team after finishing fourth in the standings.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — Austin College women’s soccer players Anna Claire Cooke, Erin Eckart and Franchesca Lozoya have been named second-team All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference performers and Tyler Marquez earned honorable mention honors.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — Austin College men’s soccer players Andrew Celio and James Saulnier have been selected as second team All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference performers.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Southeastern’s Emily Gentle has earned her second-straight first team All-Great American Conference honor to highlight a group of four players honored by the conference on Wednesday night at a banquet on the eve of the conference tournament.
EL PASO — South-eastern got off to a slow start and found itself in an early hole it was unable to climb out of en route to a 105-58 loss on Sunday afternoon to Texas-El Paso.
DURANT — Southeastern Oklahoma State secured its first winning season since 2009 with a 22-5 win against Arkansas Tech on Senior Day at Paul Laird Field on Saturday afternoon.
Austin College got out to a hot start and went into half-time leading No. 22 Texas Lutheran University but the Bulldogs offense kicked into gear after the break and the ’Roos were unable to hold on in a 36-24 loss on Saturday afternoon at Apple Stadium.
NORMAN, Okla. — Southeastern started strong early, but a late-first half run by Oklahoma opened up a 20-point halftime deficit as the Savage Storm ultimately fell 106-59 on Wednesday night.