Articles Posted in the Local Sports Category

  • SHSU Bearkat Baseball vs San Diego (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    BASEBALL: Bearkat Baseball Wins w/ a Walk Off Single (3-2)

    Left fielder Luke Plucheck’s walk-off single with two out in the bottom of the ninth earned Sam Houston State a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over San Diego Saturday night.

    The victory marked the first win for the Bearkats under new head coach David Pierce, formerly pitching coach for the Rice Owls…

  • Sam Houston State Women's Bearkat Basketball vs Central Arkansas (Courtesy David Barfield / GoBearkats.com)

    Women’s Bearkat Basketball Falls Against Central Ark. (61-55)

    In a battle of Southland Conference women’s basketball division leaders and their All-Southland Conference forwards, Megan Herbert led both teams with 20 points and 13 rebounds as Central Arkansas defeated Sam Houston 61-55 Saturday afternoon in Conway, Ark.

  • Sam Houston Men's Bearkat Basketball vs Toledo Rockets (Courtesy Brian Blalock / GoBearkats.com)

    Kats Fall to the Rockets (59-58)

    Julius Brown hit two free throws with 14 seconds remaining to account for the winning points as Toledo defeated Sam Houston State 59-58 in a men’s basketball non-conference game Saturday at Johnson Coliseum…

  • SHSU Bearkat Baseball vs San Diego (Courtesy DJ Shafer - GoBearkats.com)

    Bearkat Baseball Kicks Off in a Loss to San Diego (5-3)

    West Coast Conference preseason favorite University of San Diego pounded out 16 hits to spoil the head debut for former Rice pitching coach David Pierce as Sam Houston’s new skipper in a 5-3 loss Friday night at Don Sanders Stadium.

  • Sam Houston State Men's Basketball vs Central Arkansas (Courtesy DJ Shafer - GoBearkats.com)

    Men Win Against Central Arkansas (76-59)

    Four players, led by Marcus James with 18 points, scored in double figures as Sam Houston racked up its third men’s basketball victory in four games, defeating Central Arkansas 76-59..

  • Sam Houston State University Bearkat Women's Basketball vs Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Bearkat Women Continue Winning (75-54)

    Sam Houston State outscored Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 46-19 in the second half to pick up a 75-54 Southland Conference women’s basketball victory Saturday afternoon at Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum…

  • Sam Houston State University Bearkat Basketball vs Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders (Courtesy DJ Shafer / GoBearkats.com)

    Kats Win on the Road (61-53)

    Steven Werner scored 23 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead Sam Houston State to an important Southland Conference men’s road victory Saturday afternoon as the Bearkats defeated A&M-Corpus Christi 61-53 at the American Bank Center…

  • Sam Houston Men's Basketball vs UT-Arlington Mavericks (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Men Fall at Home Against the Mavericks (75-63)

    Bo Ingram went 5-of-7 from three point range and scored 21 points to lead UT-Arlington to a 75-63 Southland Conference men’s basketball victory over Sam Houston State Wednesday night.

    The Mavericks (18-5, 10-0) stretched their school record winning streak to 14 games, the third longest in NCAA Division I. LaMarcus Reed added 18 points for UTA…

  • Sam Houston Women's Basketball vs UT Arlington Lady Mavericks (Courtesy David Barfield / GoBearkats.com)

    Women With a Big Win Over UTA (61-45)

    Britni Martin scored 18 points including four three-pointers to lead Sam Houston State to a 61-45 Southland Conference women’s basketball victory over UT-Arlington Wednesday at the new UTA College Park Center…

  • Sam Houston Men's Basketball vs Southeastern Louisiana (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Kats End Four-Game Losing Streak (57-55)

    Demarcus Gatlin’s jumper from the right baseline with four seconds to play gave Sam Houston State a 57-55 Southland Conference men’s basketball road victory over Southeastern Louisiana Saturday night.

    Gatlin led Sam Houston (9-14, 3-6) with 17 points as the Bearkats ended a four-game losing streak, the program’s longest since 2001…