Despite a commitment earlier this year to join, and schedules being created to that affect, with only seven days before the University of Incarnate Word was set to officially join the Western Athletic Conference on July 1, the institution announced it was pulling back and remaining in the So…
Each season players are judged by their performances on the field. Some are even judged what they’re projected to accomplish. Stephen F. Austin senior signal caller Trae Self is expected to have a stellar year in 2022, after leading the Lumberjacks to their first FCS playoff berth since 2014…
NACOGDOCHES — With the 2022 Stephen F. Austin football season building momentum to be what could be one of the best in the school’s history, SFA is pushing the sale of season tickets. And with head coach Colby Carthel building the program from the ground up and heading into his fourth season…
NACOGDOCHES — There are only 73 days before the official start of college football season, including the SFA Lumberjacks’ season nationally televised opener at Jacksonville State in the Montgomery Kickoff on Aug. 27.
Angelina College head men’s basketball coach J.J. Montgomery, along with his assistant Ra’Kim Hollis, wasted no time hitting the recruiting trail following their inaugural season in 2021-2022. Their efforts already are beginning to show up on next year’s roster.
Former Stephen F. Austin graduate assistant Davonte Fitzgerald has accepted a position with the National Basketball Association’s Orlando Magic as a video assistant and player development coach.
NACOGDOCHES — Nicole Dickson is stepping down as the head coach of the Stephen F. Austin softball program after six seasons to accept the head coaching position at New Mexico.
DENVER – For the second-straight year and the fourth time in school history, Grand Canyon University has won the Western Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cup with 75.5 points, with Stephen F. Austin coming in second place, 21 points behind.
NACOGDOCHES — After a strong 8-4 finish in 2021, which included a trip to the Football Championship Series (FCS) playoffs for the first time since 2014, the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks will be gunning for the Western Athletic Conference and the AQ7 championships again this fall, along with…
Three members of the Angelina College Roadrunner baseball team recently earned postseason honors, with MaCrae Kendrick, Heladio Moreno and Matthew Tippie receiving All-Conference nods.
The Angelina College Lady Roadrunner softball team in 2022 made a little team history, leading Region XIV in several offensive categories and establishing some new records while going three rounds deep in the conference tournament. The Lady ’Runners’ .373 team batting average set a new progr…
NACOGDOCHES — Stephen F. Austin head men’s basketball coach Kyle Keller recently announced the addition of former SFA standout Dallas Cameron to the staff.
HOUSTON — In their 25 official at-bats on Saturday, Angelina College’s Lady Roadrunners put the ball in play every time, save for three drawn walks.
The 2022 version of the Angelina College Lady Roadrunner softball team is looking for the third trip to the NJCAA Division I Softball National Tournament in program history.
The Angelina College Roadrunners dropped a 13-8 slugfest to Temple in a non-conference game against the Temple Leopards at AC’s Poland Field on Monday afternoon.
By taking 2-of-3 over the weekend against Sam Houston in Huntsville, the Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks secured the Western Athletic Conference Southwest Division championship.
Angelina College baseball coaches are offering a three-day summer camp for young players ages 6-13 from June 6-8 at Poland Field on the Angelina College campus. Camp times will run from 9 a.m. until noon. The cost for the three days is $100.
The Angelina College Roadrunner baseball program has established itself as a pipeline for players seeking to advance to the next level, including those at the university and professional levels.
NACOGDOCHES — Stephen F. Austin head men’s basketball coach Kyle Keller recently announced the addition of Montavious Murphy, AJ Cajuste, Kyle Hayman and Robbie Armbrester to the Lumberjack program.
NACOGDOCHES — With the weather warming and the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks coming off an FCS playoff appearance, anticipation is steadily growing to a fever pitch as the ’Jacks continue preparation for that fourth season of growth “from good to great” in the Colby Carthel era.
The Angelina College Roadrunners held on for a 5-4 win in the opening game before dropping a 14-10 decision as they split a doubleheader with the Northeast Eagles on Saturday afternoon.
The Angelina College Lady Roadrunners split a doubleheader against LSU-Eunice in non-conference softball action at the Larry Phillips Family Sports Complex on Friday afternoon.
Angelina College’s soccer program will host a pair of youth camps in April with the goal of helping youngsters develop their skills while promoting their love for the game.
For the second time this season, Angelina College’s Jalen Freeman posted a four-RBI game, and seven AC pitchers combined to hold Dallas College-Mountain View to no earned runs in the Roadrunners’ 13-3 win on Monday.
NACOGDOCHES — Stephen F. Austin State University Director of Athletics Ryan Ivey has announced the signing of a new five-year agreement with head football coach Colby Carthel.
Despite their leading scorer being held without a point in the first half Saturday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in the McKale Center in Tucson, Arizona, the 12th-seed SFA Ladyjacks still held a 3-point lead on 5th-seeded North Carolina.
The Angelina College Lady Roadrunner bats were primed and ready for Saturday’s Region XIV conference doubleheader against Blinn College. The result was a pair of Angelina College wins in run-rule fashion, with AC taking both games by 10-2 and 11-2 scores at the Phillips Family Sports Complex…
Big South Defensive Player of the Year Drew Pember and the 13th-seed University of North Carolina Asheville Bulldogs used a pair of runs totaling 24-4 in the second half Saturday afternoon to knock the fourth-seeded Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks from the College Basketball Invitational with …
Both Angelina College basketball teams entered the 2021-2022 seasons with high hopes and — at least for outsiders — reasonably low expectations considering the programs’ one-year pandemic layoff.
It’s not the NCAA Tournament, or even the NIT, but the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks are going to be dancing this weekend anyway after receiving the No. 4-seed in the 16-team College Basketball Invitational (CBI) from March 19-23 in Daytona Beach, Florida.
It didn’t take long for the Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks to find out where they are headed for the 2022 NCAA Tournament when the 68-team field was announced Sunday night on ESPN. In the first region announced, SFA found out it will face North Carolina in the Greensboro Region on Saturday.
NACOGDOCHES — The top-seeded SFA Ladyjacks forced 14 first-half turnovers and then warmed up offensively in the second half for a convincing 68-42 win over No. 4 Utah Valley in the WAC tournament semifinals at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, Friday afternoon.
NACOGDOCHES — Hot streaks are only as good as a team’s last win. And for No. 3-seed and conference co-champ Stephen F. Austin, the Lumberjacks’ 10-game winning streak was there for the stopping.
Elian Balmaceda delivered a stellar pitching performance to lead Angelina College to a 2-1 win before a late comeback fell short in a 14-9 loss as the Roadrunners split a doubleheader against the Panola Ponies in Region XIV baseball action in Lufkin Saturday afternoon.
JACKSONVILLE — The Angelina College Lady Roadrunners had all the makings of a “one and done” team in the Region XIV Conference Tournament. With only seven players available for action — meaning there would only be two coming off the bench — AC’s ladies faced the higher-seeded (No. 3) Tyler J…
JACKSONVILLE — Thepre-season prognostications didn’t show a lot of hope for the Angelina College men’s basketball team heading into the 2021-2022 season. A brand-new head coach with no collegiate coaching experience, added to a year away from game competition because of the pandemic, were re…
Aiyana Johnson had 28 points and 12 boards as the SFA Ladyjacks recorded their second straight conference regular season title — and first as a member of the Western Athletic Conference — Saturday afternoon with an 80-62 win over Abilene Christian at Abilene’s Moody Coliseum.
The final home game of the junior college regular season is usually a chance to honor the outgoing sophomores for their time put into the program. This year’s version of the Angelina College Roadrunners didn’t have that luxury.
The Angelina College Lady Roadrunner team has gotten off to a torrid start to the 2022 season, blasting its way to a 13-3 record — with the last two losses occurring against the second-ranked team in the nation.
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