Jason Henry brings you the scores from around the area
Clint Brakebill brings you the scores from around the area
Both the Buffs and Lady Buffs competed in eight total events featuring 14 athletes.
The No. 10 Lady Buffs and No. 14 Buffs of West Texas A&M have a program-high 24 qualified athletes set to compete.
Leeper, majoring in Mass Communications-Broadcasting with a minor in Spanish, still carries a perfect 4.00 GPA with 104 total credit hours as only a junior.
“I am really proud of the guys the way we came out here today,” WT head coach Eric Moore said. “We really tried to be aggressive and it unfortunately didn’t work out for us like we had hoped. Really the first round killed us and we weren’t able to recover from it.”
Renee Erwin and Lacey Taylor were named NFCA 1st Team selections while Stacey Ramirez and Allie Smith were named to the association’s 3rd team.
The Buffs are coming off of the program’s first ever Lone Star Conference Championship and their second straight appearance in the NCAA Postseason.
The Buffs have a 36-hole score of 604 and dropped 20 strokes from Monday’s round to Tuesdays and currently sit 17th.
Twelve women and 12 men will represent the maroon WT at nationals this weekend. Those athletes will do so in 19 separate events, as three relays made the cut, two from the women’s side, along with several individuals in multiple events.
Following its first Lone Star Conference co-regular season baseball championship and second-consecutive NCAA regional appearance, the West Texas A&M baseball team had a number of players earn postseason accolades.
West Texas A&M junior Glory Jangthongsiri earned Women’s Golf Coaches Association Honorable Mention All-America honors. This is her second all-America honor of her career as she was a second team honoree last season.
The Buffs are 20th after the first round and will tee off Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. ET.
She will be cheering with the Ole' Miss Spirit Squad.
Jason Henry recaps the incredible journey
The Lady Buffs continue their ties to CSI as two-year standout Tyler Wilkinson also played for the Golden Eagles before coming to Canyon.
The official selections for qualifying individuals were made by the NCAA last Tuesday and the No. 10 Lady Buffs and No. 14 Buffs of West Texas A&M will be sending an all-time program-high of 24 athletes to the championship.
Local high school players participated in tournament
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Clint Brakebill brings you scores and highlights from the baseball and softball playoffs.
Mattio spent the last two seasons as the Associate Head Coach.
Canyon will face Lubbock Cooper; Bushland takes on Snyder
WT Golf will be playing in the national tournament May 18-22.
The 32nd Annual John Mcguire memorial scholarship was awarded by Amarillo Downtown Kiwanis.
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62-6 Career Record at West Texas A&M
Clint Brakebill brings you the action from today's bi-district round
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Mark Kellogg is 62-6 with the Lady Buffs, in two years with the team.
Daz Richardson and Hunter Ates Sign to play at the next level.
Clint Brakebill brings you opening round matchups
Kaisha Dacosin named tournament MVP
Ashley Hardin scores 5 RBI's
King signs with OU and Smith to Midwestern
Allie Cranfill locks up conference with game winning grand slam
“We’re excited about these three players joining our soccer program in the fall,” noted Webb. “All three of them address needs of our team and we expect all of them to compete for starting positions right away."
Vander Zee is the second Division I addition for the Lady Buffs for next season.
The West Texas A&M No. 9 men’s and No. 7 women’s track & field teams will return to action this weekend as they host their final home meet of the season, the West Texas A&M Open Twilight.
Lujan, a native of Thornton, Colo., has had another outstanding year as a closer for the 29-15 Buffs. He broke his own school-record for saves in a season with his 10th save Tuesday at Wayland Baptist.
The #2 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M will have to wait another day to try and claim the Lone Star Conference Championship as expected high winds in the Texas Panhandle tonight have forced a change to this weekend's LSC series against Texas Woman's.
The series schedule was modified on Wednesday as there is a chance of inclement weather on Friday in Stephenville so the series was moved to Saturday and Sunday. Now the Buffs and Texans will play a single game Saturday at 3 p.m., followed by a doubleheader Sunday beginning at 1 p.m.
Major League Baseball will allow Pete Rose to participate in some All-Star Game activities this year, in Cincinnati.
Reese Riemer has made a fast climb to be one of the best Tie-Down ropers in the country.
The #2 Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M will try to become the first team in Lone Star Conference history to win back-to-back regular season LSC Championships dating back to 2012 when the league combined their North and South Divisions.
West Texas A&M head women’s basketball coach Mark Kellogg announced Thursday the addition of Amarillo native Madison Parker to the Lady Buff women’s basketball team for 2015-16.
The Lady Buffs are currently on a 17 game win streak for an overall record of 41-6 with a 21-3 mark in Lone Star Conference play as they have clinched atleast a share of the LSC Title while also becoming the only team in the region to reach the 40-win plateau.
The West Texas A&M baseball team is fourth in the first NCAA Division II South Central Region ranking, which was release by the NCAA Wednesday afternoon.
Senior Sharon Kwarula of the No. 7 West Texas A&M women’s track & field team was honored on Wednesday afternoon as she was tabbed Lone Star Conference Track Athlete of the Week.
The Blazers of Valdosta State remained atop of the poll for the fifth straight week with 14 of the 16 possible first place votes for a total of 394 points followed by the Lady Buffs with the other two first place votes for a total of 385.
With the win, WT improved to 29-15 on the year and WBU fell to 30-20.