Articles Tagged “Sam Houston”

  • 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…

  • SHSU MBB vs North Texas (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Mean Green Edge Out The ‘Kats (53-50)

    Chris Jones scored 14 points including a jumper for the game-winning points with 1:06 to play as North Texas edged Sam Houston 53-50 in a non-conference men’s basketball game Saturday night.

    Konner Tucker and Darius Gatson led Sam Houston (3-6), each with 10 points. Demarcus Gatlin added eight points and led the Bearkats with seven rebounds…

  • SHSU WBB vs Grambling (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Women Fall at Grambling (64-52)

    Grambling State defeated Sam Houston 64-52 in a non-conference women’s basketball game at Grambling Saturday night.

    The Tigers evened their season mark at 3-3 as Markisha Patterson scored 16 points and Rachele Dobbins added 15…

  • SHSU Football 022 (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Headed to the Semifinals

    Led by wide receivers Richard Sincere and Torrance Williams and quarterback Brian Bell, No. 1 Sam Houston State defeated No. 7 Montana State 49-13 Saturday at Bowers Stadium to advance to the NCAA Division I Football Championship semifinals…

  • Bearkat Football 010 (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    It Only Gets Tougher From Here

    The further along in the playoffs they get and the smaller the number becomes of teams remaining alive, the Bearkats know that it won’t get any easier.

    That’ll certainly be the case when Sam Houston hosts Montana State in the quarterfinals of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs Saturday morning at Bowers Stadium…

  • SHSU Football - Tim Flanders (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Swanson Joins Flanders on All-America Team

    Sam Houston State running back Tim Flanders is a second team honoree and defensive back Dax Swanson has been named to the third team on the 2011 CollegeSports.com NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision All-America squad…

  • SHSU MBB vs Texas A&M (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Tough Night in College Station (37-64)

    Demarcus Gatlin led Sam Houston with 13 points as the Bearkats fell 64-37 in a non-conference men’s basketball game against Texas A&M at Reed Arena Wednesday night.

    Texas A&M (7-1) never trailed, jumping out to a 22-6 lead. Ray Turner scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Elston Turner added 14 points for the Aggies…

  • SHSU WBB vs UT-Pan American (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    Lady Kats Win Over UT-Pan American (64 – 56)

    Coming off strong showings in hard-fought losses to big-time programs Vanderbilt and Kentucky, the Sam Houston State women’s basketball team earned a home win over Texas-Pan American on Thursday night.

    The Bearkats led for much of the game, aside from a Pan American run late in the first half which gave the Broncs a one-point lead at the break.

    But when the second half came, so did the Sam Houston attack that outlasted Pan American 64-56…

  • SHSU Football 021 (Courtesy Brian Blalock / SHSU / GoBearkats.com)

    The Party Continues Saturday Against Montana

    The amazing 12-0 run of the Sam Houston State football team plus the tremendous spirit generated by Bearkat fans, alumni and students have turned Elliott T. Bowers into the party place of Huntsville.

    More than 8,100 fans filled the stadium and sat on the nearly grassy hills to watch Sam Houston rally for a 34-27 victory over Stony Brook Saturday Dec. 3…

  • 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…