DURANT — Former Southeastern basketball standouts Urald King and Darius Harris have each signed deals to continue their playing careers in the professional leagues of Germany.
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DURANT — A total of 26 Southeastern student-athletes have been recognized as Academic All-Great American Conference from the winter and spring sports as announced by the league office on Wednesday.
DURANT — Southeastern head football coach Bo Atterberry has announced the addition of Adrian Haywood to the coaching staff where he will coach the Savage Storm defensive line.
IRVING — Austin College graduate Donnie Duncan will be honored by the National Football Foundation &College Hall of Fame with an NFF Legacy Award during the 58th NFF Annual Awards Dinner on Dec. 8 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
DURANT — Southeastern head volleyball coach Brianna Barry has announced the signings of six new additions to the 2015 roster.
COMMERCE – Dr. Margo Harbison, who spent 11 seasons as the director of athletics and 24 total years in Texas A&M-Commerce athletics, passed away Tuesday.
Austin College celebrated the career achievements of former members of the Kangaroo family on Saturday night at its annual Legends Gala, with Don Newsom among those being honored as this year’s recipient of the Coach Joe Spencer Award for Meritorious Service and Lifetime Achievement in Coaching.
DURANT — Southeastern director of athletics Keith Baxter has announced the promotion of Blake Allen to the position of assistant athletic director for athletics marketing and promotions.
DURANT — Southeastern athletics has announced a five-year partnership with Keystone Broadcasting Corporation which will form the Southeastern Sports Network and make SE sporting events available on the radio throughout most of Southeastern Oklahoma as well as giving fans throughout the world the opportunity to follow the Savage Storm live via the Internet.
CASPER, Wyo. — Southeastern’s Kolton Schmidt and teammate Sawyer Barham of Coffeyville CC completed their charge through the College National Finals Rodeo by turning in the second-fastest time of the final round, a 6.2, to solidify their lead and lock up a national championship.