The Angelina College Roadrunners’ basketball season came to a premature end as the NJCAA elected to cancel all spring sports and championships due to the COVID-19 situation.

Both Angelina College basketball teams exceeded expectations in 2019-20, with both the Lady Roadrunners and Roadrunners advancing to their respective Region XIV Conference Tournament Championship games — and the Roadrunners winning the title.

FRISCO — The Southland Conference announced Saturday that the league will cancel all remaining spring sports competitions and championship events, effective immediately.

The Angelina College Lady Roadrunners were swept in a doubleheader by Kilgore on Saturday afternoon, dropping 8-4 and 1-0 decisions.

Bad weather forecasts for areas north of Lufkin have forced some scheduling changes for the Angelina College softball and baseball teams, leaving both teams playing at home for the weekend.

It didn’t take Natasha Mack long to make a big-time impact on the Oklahoma State basketball program. In her first year on the Stillwater campus, the former Lufkin Lady Panther and Angelina College Lady Roadrunner star made her mark for the Cowgirls on a nightly basis.

Karlus Flanagan and Sawyre Thornhill had big days at the plate and three Angelina College pitchers combined on a one-hitter as the Roadrunners stayed hot with a 9-3 win over the Joliet Wolves in non-district baseball action at the Larry Phillips Family Sports Complex Monday afternoon.

The National Junior College Athletic Association on Monday held its annual selection show for the upcoming Division I men’s basketball national tournament, and the Angelina College Roadrunners gathered together on the AC campus to hear their names called.

Coming off a sweep of Bossier Parish, the Angelina College Roadrunners will return to action with a non-conference game against Joliet today.

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana — Not since 1998 has an Angelina College men’s basketball team enjoyed the experience of cutting down the nets after a tournament championship.

They’ve earned the No. 2 seed in the ongoing Region XIV Conference Championship tournament by virtue of finishing first in the South Zone.

SHREVEPORT — Simran Mayfield hit a driving, twisting layup with 5.7 seconds to play in a tie game, lifting the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners to a 52-50 win over Panola College in Wednesday’s Region XIV Conference Championship Tournament at Centenary College in Shreveport.

This time last year, the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners were on the verge of making college history. They were just days away from winning the Region XIV Conference Championship tournament in Shreveport, Louisiana, becoming the first AC women’s team to qualify for the national tournament.

With the conference tournament starting this week, the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners spent Saturday afternoon showing their “A game” can match up with anybody in their path. Shortly after, the Roadrunners showed they don’t need to be anywhere near their best in order to get a win.

The Angelina College Roadrunners closed out the opening weekend of conference action in impressive fashion by sweeping a doubleheader against the Northeast Eagles by 6-1 and 7-6 scores.

Nataki Stewart would like to share some of his experiences with the Angelina College soccer program and the entire East Texas community.

A couple of Lady Roadrunners experienced personal milestones on Friday, and their efforts helped lift Angelina College to a 3-2, 8-0 sweep of Blinn College at the Larry Phillips Family Sports Complex in Lufkin.

The Angelina College Roadrunners and Lady Roadrunners are geared up for the Region XIV tournament, which gets underway next week. Before they get there, they’ll look to build one final bit of momentum as they host a conference doubleheader this afternoon.

The Angelina College Roadrunners baseball team has spent the first month of the 2020 season shuffling lineups and pitching rotations in preparation for league play.

The Angelina College Lady Roadrunner softball team is starting to find its groove.

The two teams weren’t even able to schedule Sunday’s games until Saturday, and the weather wasn’t supposed to be as nasty as it was on Sunday. But despite playing on a muddy field and in a steady mist, Angelina College bats missed very little.

The Angelina College Roadrunners have been so good over the last month that even when things go wrong, they don’t stay that way for long.

Late-game heroics allowed the Angelina College Roadrunners to end a seven-game losing streak on Monday afternoon. On Saturday afternoon, the ’Runners made sure no late-game fireworks were needed.

The Angelina College Roadrunners’ “next man up” mentality has proven instrumental in building the team’s current 11-game winning streak. The team under second-year head coach Nick Wade has never attempted to rely on a single player to carry the load, preferring to exploit matchups with diffe…

While the Roadrunner bats are still working their way out of a season-opening cold spell, the Angelina College pitching has been doing its job to keep the team within striking distance of opponents.

Just over a month ago, a shorthanded Angelina College Lady Roadrunners’ team left Jacksonville with a surprising two-point loss to the Lady Jaguars.

Barely two weeks ago, Angelina College Lady Roadrunner head coach Byron Coleman was discussing his injury-ravaged team and its focus on simply maintaining its position the conference standings.

For their home opener, the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners added a little drama and flair as an introduction to the new team and season.

A first half that featured 13 turnovers and 37% shooting left the Angelina College Roadrunners looking for answers. Once they found those answers, the Lamar State College-Port Arthur Seahawks didn’t stand a chance.

Momentum is a marvelous commodity for any sports team, and the Angelina College Roadrunner men’s basketball team has stockpiled plenty of it over a nine-game winning streak. AC’s play over the past month has the team sitting pretty atop the Region XIV South Zone standings: In first place wit…

Weather permitting, the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners finally will host their softball home opener on Saturday. They’re sure hoping to play.

Moments before taking the court on Wednesday night, Angelina College head coach Byron Coleman pointed out that despite sitting in the middle of the Region XIV standings, he still liked his team’s chances against anyone it would see at the conference tournament.

With just six games remaining in the regular season, the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners find themselves in the midst of a logjam typical for Region XIV play — especially at this time of the year.

Looking to get a gauge on where they stand in the early season, the Angelina College Roadrunners challenged themselves by scheduling the No. 7 McLennan Highlanders a four game home-and home series. After a weekend of frustration, the ’Runners know they still have some work ahead of them.

Kaye Clark scored 18 points and the second-ranked Trinity Valley Lady Cardinals broke open a tie game with a dominating second half on their way to an 81-64 win over the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners in Region XIV action at Shands Gym Wednesday night.

Just seconds into a Region XIV showdown, Angelina College’s Travis Henson took an alley-oop and slammed it home while being fouled in the highlight of a game filled with spectacular plays. Two hours later, his shooting from both the 3-point and free throw lines sent the Blinn Buccaneers home…

Looking for a win to end a recent slide, the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners came up one point short as they dropped a 72-71 decision to the Kilgore Lady Rangers in Region XIV action at Shands Gym Saturday afternoon.

Drew Shifflet was dominating on the mound as the Angelina College Roadrunners got the 2020 season started with a 2-0 win over the Blinn Buccaneers.

With just under a month remaining in the regular season, both Angelina College basketball teams are gearing up for a stretch run they hope will result in a conference tournament appearance. The Roadrunners are in a solid spot, holding down first place in the Region XIV South Zone and riding …

Earlier this week, the Angelina College baseball clubhouse was buzzing with activity. Players and coaches were sorting and stacking uniforms, while others were outside spreading the tarp across the infield. Just outside, hitters were pinging balls around in the batting cages. A couple of pla…

The Angelina College Roadrunners welcomed in the Lee Runnin’ Rebels in a Saturday afternoon matchup of the top two teams in the Region XIV South standings.

John Comeaux scored 18 points and the SFA Lumberjacks stayed atop the Southland Conference standings with a 70-62 win over the Lamar Cardinals in Beaumont Saturday night.

Just having the first and second-place teams in Region XIV’s South Zone facing off would be plenty of reason to want to see today’s basketball game.

Playing short-handed against one of the top teams in the conference, the Angelina College Roadrunners gave the Blinn Buccaneers headaches for a full 40 minutes. Unfortunately for AC, Blinn had just enough answers in the five extra minutes as the Buccaneers held on for a thrilling 82-81 overt…

This past Saturday, the Angelina College Lady Roadrunners helped break out of a five-way tie for third place in the Region XIV conference standings with a convincing 76-61 win over Paris College.

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