Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • SHSU Bearkat Baseball 19 (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    BASEBALL: Kats Take Series w/ 5-3 Win Over Lamar

    Jake Arrington’s fifth inning triple scored the winning run as Sam Houston got back on the winning track with a 5-3 victory over Lamar Sunday afternoon…

  • SHSU Bearkat Baseball 11 (Courtesy Brian Blalock - SHSU - GoBearkats.com)

    BASEBALL: Winning Streak Paced By Big Numbers

    Predicted to finish 5th in the annual Southland Conference preseason head coaches’ poll, Sam Houston State stands in first place as the Bearkats prepare reach the halfway point of the 2012 baseball campaign.

    Not only are the Kats in first place, the young SHSU squad holds a four-game lead over second place Northwestern State and stands five games ahead of the four teams..

  • SHSU WBB vs Northern Iowa (Courtesy Brian Blalock / SHSU / GoBearkats.com)

    BASKETBALL: Northern Iowa 78 Sam Houston 69

    Northern Iowa advanced to the final four of the 2012 Women’s Basketball Invitational Saturday with a 78-69 victory over Sam Houston State at Johnson Coliseum…

  • 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 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…

  • SHSU Bearkats Women's Basketball vs UT Arlington Mavericks (Courtesy Brian Blalock / GoBearkats.com)

    Bearkat Women Fall Against McNeese (57-48)

    In a battle of Southland Conference Division women’s leaders, McNeese State prevailed 57- 48 over Sam Houston Wednesday night.

    The Baggett twins, Ashlyn and Caitlyn combined for 32 points as the pair sparked a second half run that powered the Cowgirls to victory, upping McNeese State’s record to 17-5 for the year and 7-1 in Southland action…

  • SHSU Bearkats' Quarterback Brian Bell - NCAA Division I National Championship - Pizza Hut Park - Frisco, TX - Jan. 7, 2012

    Sam Houston Lands No. 2 in Final Poll of the 2011 Season

    Sam Houston State University stands No. 2 in the final Sports Network NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision poll of the 2011 season.

    The No. 2 finish stands as the Bearkat football program’s highest final FCS national poll standing in SHSU’s 24 years of competition at the NCAA Division I football level…

  • SHSU Women's Basketball vs Kansas U (Courtesy GoBearkats.com)

    KU Out the Lady Kats (87-59)

    Led by Carolyn Davis with 21 points, six Kansas players scored in double figures as the Jayhawks handed Sam Houston an 87-59 non-conference women’s basketball loss Wednesday night at Allen Field House.
    Britni Martin and Chanice Smith led Sam Houston (4-5) with 14 and 11 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 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…