Coach reflects on loss, looks forward to next season
The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s basketball team may have ended its season with a loss in the Lone Star Conference tournament, but coach Sam Walker said the players he coached this year are winners both on and off the court.
Strong second half pushes Texans past Lions in LSC tournament
The A&M-Commerce Lions led top-seeded Tarleton State 40-37 at the half, but shot just 31.8 percent in the second half and could not overcome the Texans’ backcourt duo of De’Andre Upchurch and Chuck Guy in a 84-72 loss in the semifinals of the Lone Star Conference Tournament on Friday at the Allen Event Center.
A&M-Commerce men win at LSC tournament
Texas A&M University-Commerce came out on top in a nail biting, back-and-forth game against Eastern New Mexico University that ended with senior Kameron Price sealing the 74-73 win in the opening round of the Lone Star Conference tournament with only nine seconds left.
Anderson steps down as Lions head coach
A&M-Commerce announced on Thursday that head women’s basketball coach Nicole Anderson has stepped down from her position, just one day following the Lions’ first-round exit in the Lone Star Conference Tournament.
Lions Edge Buffaloes On The Road
Tyrie Wooten hit three straight free throws with 10.7 seconds remaining and the A&M-Commerce Lions held defensively to squeak out an 83-82 win over West Texas A&M on Saturday at the First United Bank Center.
Lions’ soccer coach working toward NCAA championship
In his 16 years of coaching Women’s Soccer at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Neil Piper said he is always looking for ways to improve his craft.
Walker optimistic about Lone Star Conference play
The next four games are pivotal for the Commerce Tigers Basketball team.After snapping a three-game losing streak at home against West Texas A&M, Texas A&M University-Commerce basketball coach Sam Walker said he is feeling good about his team’s chances in the Lone Star Conference.
New UIL alignment announced
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) announced the reclassification for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 athletic seasons this morning. After spending two seasons in Class 2A, Commerce High School is now in Class 3A.
McMurry decides not to enter LSC
McMurry University announced late last week that they would not be moving forward with their plans to join the Lone Star Conference for the 2014 season.
CHS’s Coach Jackson hopeful on home stretch
The next four games are pivotal for the Commerce Tigers Basketball team.
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