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Students prefer on-campus weight training facilities
July 8, 2015
When it comes to weight training, student weight lifters definitely know what they like.
Texas track and field athletes prove stiff competition at USA Outdoor Championships
June 29, 2015
The Longhorns made a strong campaign over the weekend at the USA Outdoor Championships, with 24 current or former athletes competing over the course of four days.
Number of intramural teams significantly reduced over the summer, players still have fun
June 27, 2015
Intramural sportsʼ summer leagues officially started June 17th, and for staff members and participants alike, summer co-ed volleyball and menʼs basketball represents a major departure from the spring and fall programs.
Carp can expect plenty of at bats with Rangers
August 8, 2014
The Rangers acquired Mike Carp last weekend, claiming him from the Boston Red Sox.
Astrosʼ growth painful, but evident
August 5, 2014
The only place the Astros can go from here is up. Right?
Ticket prices plummet for struggling Rangers
July 20, 2014
Texas still has the highest total attendance in the American League but, over the course of the season, fans have received a discount as an incentive to continue attending games.
A.J. Reed given Golden Spikes Award
July 19, 2014
A.J. Reed was awarded the Golden Spikes Award, as per USA Baseball on Thursday.
Ascending Astros Devoted to (Hopefully) Bright Future
July 6, 2014
When Sports Illustrated crowns a baseball franchise to be the World Champions of 2017, it's going to be considered a bold prediciton.
Swimming preview: Orange and White Meet
August 5, 2013
The University of Texas men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are finishing this year out on a high note and looking toward a bright start for the 2013-2014 season.
Former Longhorn Sanya Richards-Ross debuts new reality show
August 5, 2013
Former Longhorn track star Sanya Richards-Ross is out to prove she is more than just athletics; she is a jack (or in this case, Jill) of all trades. “I don’t want to only be known as Sanya the track star,” Richards-Ross states at the very beginning of the first episode of her new reality show. “I want to be a fashionista, business owner...you name it, I want to do it.”
Ogle named to Women's International All-Star Team
July 29, 2013
Newly minted senior Mandy Ogle was named to the Women’s International All-Star Team at last week’s Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championship.
Papapetrou leads Greece to fifth-place finish at U20 European Championships
July 24, 2013
For Longhorn Ioannis Papapetrou, basketball never stops. The 6'8 sophomore forward is spending his summer overseas, playing in the Under-20 European Championships as a representative for his home country of Greece.
Feigen, McBroom qualify for 2013 World Championships
June 28, 2013
The first two days of the Phillips 66 National Championships and World Trials in Indianapolis have been fruitful for both current and former Longhorns alike. The ultimate goal of the World Trials is to qualify for the 2013 FINA World Championships which are to be held in Barcelona, Spain from July 19 to August 4.
Myck Kabongo only Longhorn in 2013 NBA Draft
June 27, 2013
Myck Kabongo will be the only Longhorn looking to be selected in this year's NBA draft. The 6' 3" point guard from Toronto, who will be 21 years old on draft night, was suspended back in December for accepting impermisible benefits and missed Texas' first 23 games of the season. After the suspension, he returned in led the Longhorns through their 11 remaining games of the season including a career performance against Oklahoma, scoring 31 points with 28 of them coming in the second half and in overtime.
Men's Track and Field Head Coach Bubba Thornton retires
June 26, 2013
The athletics department announced June 17 that Bubba Thornton, Texas' men's track and field head coach, will not be reprising his position next year, as he and men's athletics director DeLoss Dodds reached a mutual agreement to terminate the last year of his contract.
Miami Heat claim 2013 NBA Championship with 95-88 win in Game 7
June 21, 2013
After the San Antonio Spurs let Game 6 slip from their grasp Tuesday night, the Miami Heat tied up the series 3-3 heading into Game 7. The superstars dug deep and delivered, with the Miami Heat winning their second World Championship 95-88 for back-to-back years on their home floor of the American Airlines Center.
Heat shock Spurs 103-100 in Game 6 OT thriller, series tied 3-3
June 19, 2013
Easily the most dramatic contest of the series so far, the Heat defeated the Spurs 103-100 in overtime.
Spurs defeat Heat 114-104 in Game 5 of NBA Finals, lead series 3-2
June 17, 2013
In keeping with the tradition of this series, Game 5 of the NBA Finals was all about a team trying to make a comeback. After trading wins with the Miami Heat in the first four games, the San Antonio Spurs survived a late-game push by the Heat to pull out an impressive 114-104 victory Sunday night in their last contest at home for the season.
Spurs fall to Heat 109-93 in Game 4 of NBA Finals, series tied 2-2
June 14, 2013
In what turned out to be only the second (reasonably) close game in this series so far, Game 4 of the NBA Finals became one of revenge for the Miami Heat. After suffering the third worst loss in Finals history (113-77) in Game 3, Miami righted the ship and beat the Spurs soundly Thursday evening, handing them a 109-93 defeat on their home floor in San Antonio.
Heat fall to Spurs 113-77 in Game 3 of NBA Finals
June 12, 2013
In a bizarre reversal of Sunday’s Game 2, Game 3 of the NBA Finals featured a massive San Antonio blowout of the Miami Heat at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, with help for the Spurs coming from some rather unexpected places. The Spurs took down the Heat 113-77 Tuesday night, the third largest margin of victory in NBA Finals history.
Spurs, Heat tied 1-1 in 2013 NBA Finals
June 10, 2013
Spurs, Heat tied 1-1 going into Game 3 of 2013 NBA Finals.