A&M-Commerce to hold press conference about women's basketball program
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletics Department announced today that they would be holding a press conference on April 3 "regarding the women’s basketball program." The press conference will take place at 2 p.m. in the University Alumni Building on the A&M-Commerce campus.
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Lion volleyball coach looks to build upon record-setting year
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Coach reflects on loss, looks forward to next season
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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
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