Articles Tagged “game”

  • SHSU Football 020 (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Montana State Next in Line

    There won’t be much time to waste this weekend for what appears to be the best Bearkat football team ever.

    The NCAA Division I Football Championship quarterfinal matchup against the Montana State Bobcats (10-2) is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at Bowers Stadium.

    It will be the earliest time the Bearkats have played this season…

  • SHSU Football 019 (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Flanders’ Late Drive Gives ‘Kats Big Win

    Tim Flanders completed a 10-play 83-yard drive with a seven-yard touchdown for the winning score as Sam Houston defeated Stony Brook 34-27 in an NCAA Division I Football second round game Saturday afternoon.

    Flanders rushed 21 times for 102 yards. The final drive took 5:32 off the clock. Stony Brook threw four incomplete passes to end the game…

  • SHSU MBB vs Paul Quinn (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Men’s Basketball Getting Into Rhythm (66 – 54)

    In a game where Sam Houston’s leading scorers Konner Tucker and Marcus James went head-to-head with former teammate Nafis Richardson, it was the Bearkats who pulled away for a 66-54 victory over Paul Quinn.

    This was the second win a row for Sam Houston after dropping five straight games…

  • SHSU Football vs SFA (Courtesy DJ Shafer)

    Getting Ready for the Seawolves

    At long last, it’s all set. Finally, the Bearkats know who they’ll be playing in next weekend’s FCS playoff game.

    While Stony Brook and Albany duked it out in a fight to the finish on Saturday afternoon, Sam Houston’s players and coaches sat at home eagerly studying the game online knowing that they would face the winner next weekend at Bowers Stadium…

  • SHSU MBB vs Niagara (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    ‘Kats Fall Against the Purple Eagles (59 – 52)

    Niagara out-scored Sam Houston State 9-2 in the final five minutes of the game to edge the Bearkats on the final night of the Progressive College Basketball Experience Classic hosted this week by Mercer University…

  • SHSU Football - Willie Fritz (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Willie Fritz Robinson Award Finalist

    Sam Houston head coach Willie Fritz is one of 20 head coaches in the nation who have been named as finalists announced for the 25th Eddie Robinson Award, which honors the national coach of the year in the Football Championship Subdivision…

  • Tim Flanders (Courtesy GoBearkats.com-DJ Shafer)

    Tim Flanders Named Player of the Week

    Sam Houston State running back Tim Flanders, who recorded his sixth 100-yard game of the season to led the Bearkats to a 36-14 non-conference win at Texas State, was named the Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the league office announced Monday.

    Flanders ran the ball 17 times for 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Bearkats topped Texas State 36-14 to cap an 11-0 undefeated regular season…

  • SHSU Mens Basketball vs Howard Payne (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Bearkat Men Basketball Win Opener (76-42)

    Three of the nine new faces on the 2011-12 Sam Houston men’s basketball team scored in double figures to lead the Bearkats to a 76-42 non-conference victory over Howard Payne in the season opener for SHSU Saturday night at Johnson Coliseum…

  • SHSU Football - Southland Celebration (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Got Their Spot

    As undisputed Southland Conference champions, Sam Houston is one of the first teams to have assured itself of a spot in the 2011 NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) national playoffs…

  • Hornets End The Season (Courtesy ItemOnline.com / DJ Shafer)

    Just Not Enough

    Where, oh where did the Huntsville offense go? Honestly, every time the Hornets played a big game this season, their offense vanished.

    On Friday night, in arguably their most important game of the 2011 campaign, the Hornets’ “O” pulled its most confounding disappearing act.

    Two first downs. That’s all Huntsville managed in a 28-3 loss to the Montgomery Bears in a Class 4A Division I bi-district playoff game at Moorhead Stadium.