Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • Hopson Has Been Leader for Offensive Line

    Hopson Has Been Leader for Offensive Line

    On a 2012 Sam Houston State football team where 34 players have combined to post an amazing total of 696 starts, the student-athlete with the highest career total is offensive tackle Kaleb Hopson.

    While 15 offensive and defensive Bearkats each have 20 or more career starts, the fifth-year senior from Early, Texas, heads the list after his 48th career starting assignment in the Kats’ 45-42 semifinals victory at Eastern Washington that put SHSU into the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game for the second year in a row…

  • Bearkats Travel to Washington Today

    The SHSU Bearkats football team will be traveling to Cheney, Washington today to play in the the FCS NCAA Division 1 semifinals Saturday afternoon against the Eastern Washington Eagles. There will be a big Bearkat…

  • Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Underway in Las Vegas

    Rodeo athletes from SHSU’s rodeo team have been competing in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. Rodeo Coach Bubba Miller, who updated us Tuesday afternoon, says the “rodeo has just been spectacular .…

  • Bearkats Shut Out Nicholls 41-0 (via

    Bearkats Shut Out Nicholls 41-0

    Two Bearkats added to their career achievements as they led Sam Houston to a 41-0 victory over Nicholls State Saturday night at Guidry Stadium.

    The win improved the No. 9 ranked Sam Houston football team to 4-2 for the year and 2-1 in Southland Conference play.

    Timothy Flanders now is the all-time leading scorer in Bearkat football history. His three touchdowns up his career point total to 270, passing kicker Billy Hayes who totaled 258 points from 1985 to 1988….

  • Bearkats Fall to Baylor 48-25 (via

    Baylor Outlasts Kats in Tough Battle in Waco

    For three quarters, Sam Houston State battled Baylor to a near standoff before a long run by the Bears’ quarterback and three late interceptions turned the tide in a 48-23 loss in Waco Saturday.

    More than 44,800 fans watched a contest that took nearly four hours to play as Sam Houston rolled up 411 yards total offense against the Big 12 foe.

  • Brother of Missing SHSU Student T-J Murray Drowns

    Twenty-one-year-old Will Murray, the brother of missing SHSU student T-J Murray, drowned Tuesday afternoon while swimming in the Guadalupe River in Comal County. Medical personnel attempted to resuscitate him after a friend pulled him out…

  • SHSU Research Park Efforts Updated at Council Meeting

    At Tuesday’s session of the Huntsville City Council, the efforts regarding the choice of a site for a proposed SHSU research park were discussed. Interim City Manager Chuck Pinto said they are looking at information…

  • Book Underway on Captain Joe Byrd Cemetery

    A book on part of the history of the Huntsville area is underway by an SHSU graduate who is now a professor at Indiana State University. SHSU Criminal Justice Public Relations Officer Beth Kuhles has…

  • SHSU’s LEMIT Completes Texas Police Chief Survey

    SHSU Criminal Justice Public Relations Officer Beth Kuhles informs us that this past spring semester the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, LEMIT, at SHSU, completed a survey of Texas police chiefs. She passes along…

  • Commissioners Approve State Health Services and Shelter Agreement

    At this week’s session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, Emergency Management Coordinator Butch Davis spoke with Commissioners about an agreement regarding the Department of State Health Services and the Walker County Storm Shelter. Previously, when…