A&M-Commerce withstands lightning, storm for 31-29 victory
A&M-Commerce fought off a slow start, a two-hour weather delay and a late surge by Southeastern Oklahoma, but in the end, the Lions escaped Paul Laird Field with a spirited 31-29 victory over the Savage Storm. With the victory, A&M-Commerce notches its first road victory in three seasons, the first since a 2010 victory at Central Oklahoma and snapping an 11-game skid.
Late rally comes up short as Lions fall to 23rd-ranked Mustangs
Trailing by 17 points heading into the fourth quarter, A&M-Commerce showed its resiliency against 23rd-ranked Midwestern State, rallying back to pull to within six points in the waning minutes. But the Lions were unable to complete the comeback, falling 30-24 to the Mustangs on a wet and misty night at Memorial Stadium.
Lions hold off Harding 2-1 for victory in home opener
Anitra Wright scored with less than two minutes before the halftime break and the Texas A&M University-Commerce soccer squad (2-1) was able to make it hold up to beat Harding in the home opener at Lion Soccer Field 2-1 on Sept. 13.
Lions prepare to take on DII powerhouse West Texas A&M
For Texas A&M University-Commerce football players, the trip to Canyon, Texas, is a seven hour journey through an often barren north Texas landscape. All they have to look forward to when they arrive is a packed Kimbrough Stadium and a nationally-ranked West Texas A&M team ready to knock these upstart Lions down a peg.
For Colby Carthel, it’s a trip back home.
Another strong performance by junior quarterback Tyrik Rollison led the Lions (2-0) to a 45-37 win over the #25 Delta State University (1-1) at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
A&M-Commerce prepares to meet physical team at AT&T Stadium
Carthel’s Lions will face a more physical test as he takes his Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions to AT&T Stadium tomorrow to face Delta State University at 5 p.m.
Injury plagued Tigers look to rebound after loss against Cooper
An injured Tiger team will take the field against the undefeated Princeton Panthers at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 13 at Memorial Stadium.
Green, McMahan pace women’s golf at Hawks Creek Invitational
Behind solid opening rounds from seniors Haley Green and Chantry McMahan, A&M-Commerce opened up the 2013-14 season strong, shooting a 20-over 308 and sitting fifth after 18 holes at the Texas Wesleyan Hawks Creek Invitational.
Carthel victorious in first head coaching appearance
Junior transfer quarterback Tyrik Rollison powered Texas A&M University-Commerce to a 51-6 blowout of NCAA Division III opponent Sul Ross State in the 2013 season football opener and the debut of head coach Colby Carthel.
New coach, new quarterback, new team taking the field Sept. 7
A brand new team will be stepping on the field to host Sul Ross State on Sept. 7 at 6 p.m.
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