Articles Posted in 2011

  • Holiday Safety Tips

    Holiday Safety Tips

    Christmas and the holidays are an exciting and busy time but with all the joys of the holiday season come potential safety hazards that can cause injury or even death. Help prevent injuries at Christmas and during the holidays by following these tips…

  • SHSU Women's Basketball vs South Alabama (Courtesy Brian Blalock / GoBearkats.com)

    Lady Kats Rally for Win Over South Alabama (53-50)

    Sequeena Thomas scored 12 points and pulled down 15 rebounds to lead Sam Houston State to a 53-50 non-conference women’s basketball victory over South Alabama Tuesday afternoon at Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum…

  • SHSU Men's Basketball vs Northern Arizona (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Kats Top Northern Arizona (73-49)

    Konner Tucker scored 25 points to lead Sam Houston State to a 73-49 non-conference victory over Northern Arizona Tuesday night at Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum.

    Tucker went 9-of-16 from the field including six three-point baskets. Steven Werner and Demarcus Gatlin also scored in double figures with 19 and 10 points, respectively…

  • North Dakota (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Kats to Take on North Dakota

    The number one and two seeds will meet head on in the NCAA Division I Football Championship game Saturday, Jan. 7, at 12 noon in Pizza Hut Park in Frisco.

    No. 2 seed North Dakota State rolled to a 35-7 victory over No. 3 seed Georgia Southern Saturday afternoon in the Fargodome.

    No. 1 seed Sam Houston defeated No. 4 Montana 31-28 Friday night in Huntsville…

  • SHSU Football - Tim Flanders (Courtesy DJ Shafer)

    Unstoppable

    To hear the record-breaking Timothy Flanders tell it, his brilliance on the football field is the product of a system and a credit to the supporting cast around him.

    Flanders always suggests his success is about the team, regardless of how much the team may depend on him to keep them afloat.

    But after Flanders netted a school-record 287 yards on the ground Friday in Sam Houston State’s 31-28 victory over Montana, a record held by McNeil Moore (286 yards) since 1951, there is little room for modesty…

  • SHSU Football vs Montana (Courtesy Brian Blalock / GoBearkats.com)

    Frisco Bound

    Don’t tell these guys they’re too young, too inexperienced or simply aren’t good enough to be considered among the best in the nation.

    Sam Houston State answered the call in a big way in the biggest moment of the year and outlasted Montana 31-28 on Friday night to move on to the Football Championship Subdivision national title game…

  • SHSU Football Generic 1

    The Kats Win!!!

    The Bearkats win Friday night against Montana 31 – 28!!! This means the Kats are FCS Championship bound, and will play at Pizza Hut Park Saturday, January 7th at noon.

    We’ll have all of the coverage as the flagship station of the Bearkat Sports Network. Tune in! Eat ‘Em Up Kats!

  • SHSU Football 023 (Courtesy Brian Blalock - Game Day Photos on Facebook)

    Old Nemesis Friday Night

    Clear your Friday night schedule. If you have plans for that evening, cancel them because that’s when the undefeated Bearkats are hosting Montana (11-2) in the Football Championship Subdivision semifinals.

    This will be the marquee game of the weekend, with Sam Houston televised again on ESPN, while the other semifinals matchup (Georgia Southern at North Dakota State) will be played Saturday on ESPNU…

  • Inside the Broadcast Booth at Bowers Stadium (Courtesy Hub Randel)

    This article contains a video.

    Inside the Broadcast Booth w/ Kooter & Leroy

    Take a step inside the broadcast booth at Bowers Stadium as Kooter & Leroy give you the play-by-play on the flagship station of the Bearkat Sports Network, 101.7 KSAM.

  • SHSU Football vs Montana State (Courtesy Brian Blalock / GoBearkats.com)

    All They Do is Win

    The Bearkats looked like the No. 1 team in the country on Saturday. Sam Houston’s defense made a bunch of big stops, the offense hit the jackpot a few times and special teams, well, let’s just say those guys were extra special…