Bevan and Hayes were named to the 1st Team while Britten was named an Honorable Mention selection.
The strong field includes WT (2-1), No. 8 Harding University (4-0), Truman State (3-0) and Lone Star Conference member Cameron University (0-4).
After picking up the first win of the season, and first victory for Tom Brown as a collegiate head coach, the West Texas A&M men’s basketball team will host Pittsburg State in Canyon on Wednesday night.
West Texas A&M head women’s golf coach Meredith Jameson announced the signing of three student-athletes for the 2015-16 season.
To be eligible for the award, the team must have an average cumulative GPA greater than a 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) during the entire academic year.
Senior defender Michael Williams of the West Texas A&M men’s soccer team repeated as a selection on the 2014 Daktronics Second-Team All-South Central Region squad.
They are among 13 total first-team selections and will now be under consideration for All-America voting.
Competing alongside WT this weekend were seven other teams from the region: Redlands Community College, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Southern Nazarene, North Central Texas College, North Texas, and Tarleton State.
Seniors Michaela Johnson and Emma Love of the 21st ranked West Texas A&M women’s cross country team qualified individually for nationals with their performances in Saturday morning’s NCAA Division II South Central Regional Championship.
The Lady Buffs move to 32-4 on the season while the Rangers end their campaign at 19-10.
After opening up the season with a three-game road swing, the West Texas A&M men’s basketball team returns home to Canyon to commence a six-game homestand.
The Lady Buffs are 1-1 on the year, while Adams State is 0-3.
The West Texas A&M equestrian team will close out the first half its season along with the 2014 calendar year this Saturday, Nov. 22, as it hosts its second show of the season, the West Texas A&M 2 Western.
For the second straight season, the West Texas A&M football team had the Lone Star Conference Defensive Back of the Year and the Freshman of the Year as the 2014 all-conference teams.
The West Texas A&M men’s and women’s cross country teams are looking for a return trip to the NCAA Division II Cross Country National Championships this season.
A season-high 26 points and 11 rebounds from senior Chontiquah White and 16 points in the second half from senior Ariel Robertson sparked West Texas A&M to an 84-73 victory Wednesday evening.
Bevan was one of seven members of the All-Region 1st Team that are now eligible for All-American accolades to be announced on December 3rd.
Head track & field and men’s cross country coach Darren Flowers announced Wednesday evening the signing of 10 future student-athletes to National Letters of Intent (NLI’s).
The West Texas A&M men’s basketball team fell to 0-3 to begin the season with a 99-91 loss down I-27 to nearby Wayland Baptist in Plainview, Texas.
The West Texas A&M women’s basketball team looks to bounce back from a disappointing season-opening loss last week as it travels to New Mexico Highlands Wednesday.
Tip off from the Hutcherson Center in Plainview, Texas is scheduled for 7 p.m.
The #24 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M will start the defense of their back-to-back NCAA Division II Volleyball South Central Regional Championship on Friday night.
The Lady Buffs, the two-time defending South Central Region Champions, are in the NCAA Postseason for the 10th straight season following their 19th Lone Star Conference Championship.
Greyhounds held 20 point lead at halftime
The game saw 15 ties and 15 lead changes.
Both teams enter with a 6-4 record on the season as ENMU won 31-21 two weeks ago in the annual Wagon Wheel Game.
WT finished off their 2014 dream season in style as they claimed the program’s first ever NCAA Division II National Championship in a Memorial Day thriller over Valdosta State.
The Lady Buffs move their win streak to 23 matches as they improve to 31-3 on the season while the Lions end their campaign at 7-23.
Due to a scheduling conflict at Western State Colorado University, the West Texas A&M women’s basketball team now will play at New Mexico Highlands Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.
The West Texas A&M men’s basketball team begins the 2014-15 season with its third-consecutive appearance in the Al Kaly Shriner Classic, hosted by Colorado State-Pueblo in Pueblo, Colo.
Joining the program for the 2015-16 season, beginning Brown’s first full recruiting class, are Ryan Quaid (Fort Collins, Colo./Fossil Ridge HS) and Chandler Fuzak (Geneva, Ill./Geneva HS).
The Lady Buffs are coming off of a 32-3 record last season and a national runner-up finish.
Seven members of the #21 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M were honored for their efforts on the court as All-Lone Star Conference selections during the annual LSC Postseason Awards Banquet.
The West Texas A&M women’s cross country team has made a leap back into the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) National Poll on Wednesday afternoon.
WT enters the weekend with an overall record of 30-3, winning their last 22 matches this season.
The 2015-16 class features three players from Texas and two from Oklahoma.
The Lady Buffs are riding a 22 match win streak into the 2014 Lone Star Conference Championship this weekend in Canyon.
Former West Texas A&M baseball standout pitcher Dylan James is scheduled to sign a free agent contract with the Houston Astros later this week.
The No. 1-ranked West Texas A&M Lady Buffs open the 2014-15 season Friday at 5:30 p.m. in the First United Bank Center against University of Texas-Permian Basin.
The Lone Star Conference recognized 31 student-athletes and two head coaches as league officials announced the annual cross country All-Conference honors on Monday afternoon.
The Lady Buffs placed the race’s top-three runners and had four earn All-Conference accolades as the team placed second overall, falling to host Midwestern State in the tiebreaker.
Will Host LSC Tournament on Thursday
Alridge-Mitchell: 175 Yards Rushing
The #23 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M ran their Lone Star Conference win streak to 37 matches while claiming their 21st consecutive win this season.
For the second-consecutive season, senior Emma Love of the West Texas A&M women’s cross country team has been named Lone Star Conference Academic Runner of the Year.
Two West Texas A&M women’s soccer team standouts, senior Rhea Belgrave and sophomore Karyn Forbes, will bear some of that weight this weekend as T&T begins a two-game playoff with Ecuador for the final qualifying spot in the 2015 World Cup in Canada.
On the eve of the Lone Star Conference Women’s Soccer Tournament, six Lady Buff student-athletes have been named to LSC All-Conference and LSC Academic All-Conference teams.
The West Texas A&M No. 17 men’s team will look to grab back-to-back titles after winning its first in program history in 2013 while the women’s team will aim for the three-peat after winning titles in 2012 and 2013.
With the loss, the Buffs finish the year with a 9-7-1 overall record. The Chaps now improve to 9-5-1 (6-2, Heartland) with one game remaining on their schedule.
The junior has been a staple in the middle for the Lady Buffs this season, helping claim the program’s 19th Lone Star Conference Championship this past weekend with road wins over rivals Angelo State and Tarleton State.