WT senior Kameryn Hayes was named the league’s Preseason Setter of the Year.
#10 - Lady Buff Soccer Shuts Out Top-Seeded Angelo State in LSC Semifinals
The Lady Buffs led all of Division II softball in win-loss percentage (.896), slugging percentage (.635) and on-base percentage (.462) while ranking second in scoring (8.27) and third in home runs per game (1.57).
The purpose of the program is to provide financial assistance for completion of a first baccalaureate degree to deserving student-athletes in the conference.
West Texas A&M head women’s basketball coach Mark Kellogg announced Tuesday the addition of Garden City Community College (Kan.) transfer Zantaya Davis-Jackson for the 2014-15 season.
Tickets for the fourth annual Lone Star Conference Football Festival scheduled for Saturday, September 20, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, are on sale now.
LSC Media Day features all eight LSC football coaches along with select football student-athletes from each team.
The Angelo State women's basketball coaching staff issued a challenge to WT head coach Mark Kellogg and his staff on Wednesday involving the "Chillin' for Charity" competition."
West Texas A&M head softball coach Kevin Blaskowski has announced the addition of Rebekah Ragsdale as the new Graduate Assistant Coach for the Lady Buffs for the upcoming season.
The West Texas A&M women’s soccer team and head coach Chad Webb have announced their 2014 fall regular season schedule.
West Texas A&M head men’s basketball coach Tom Brown has announced the addition of Quincy Henderson to the Buff Basketball coaching staff as an Assistant Coach for the 2014-15 campaign.
Following the program’s run to the 2014 NCAA Division II Softball National Championship, West Texas A&M’s Kevin Blaskowski, Christina May and Ross Middleton have been named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) DII Coaching Staff of the Year.
The Lady Buffs are the second-best represented women’s program on this year’s Capital One Academic All-America team with its four total selections.
Nathan Slaughter becomes the 15th former WT football player with a National Football League team this summer.
Coming off of the program’s 24th appearance in the NCAA Postseason along with their 13th Regional Championship and Elite Eight appearance, the Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M and head coach Jason Skoch have announced the 2014 WT Volleyball schedule.
West Texas A&M’s Alyssa Lemos continued to add to her already impressive resume on Wednesday afternoon as the former Lady Buff shortstop was named a Lone Star Conference nominees for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year honor.
To be eligible for the Commissioner’s Honor Roll, student-athletes must have a minimum 3.30 GPA for the current semester and be active on the roster.
David Chavlovich is the second high school prospect and the fourth overall player to sign with the Buffs along with Jeff Bonner, Jordan Evans and Tommy Gove who were announced in late May.
He is the first Buffalo to earn the prestigious honor in school history on the men’s side since the award began in 1999.
Erwin becomes the fourth female student-athlete from WT to claim the honor, joining former Lady Buff basketball standouts Emily Brister (2006-09) and Celeste Stevenson (2005) along with Sarah Butler (volleyball) back in 2000.
Blaskowski just completed his ninth season at the helm of the Lady Buffs.
West Texas A&M football star Dustin Vaughan and Lady Buff volleyball standout Laura Iwuchukwu were selected as the 2014 Lone Star Conference Fred Jacoby Academic Athletes of the Year.
Culminating the best season in school history, West Texas A&M finished as runner-up in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup for the 2013-14 season, while also setting a new standard for academic performance by the Buffs and Lady Buffs.
The Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M concluded their 2014 campaign in style on Memorial Day as they claimed the program’s first ever NCAA Division II National Championship in a thrilling victory over then #16 Valdosta State at the Moyers Sports Complex in Salem, Virginia.
The West Texas A&M women’s track & field team just recently capped off another excellent season in 2014.
The Highway 287 Challenge is a yearlong collegiate athletics competition between WT and MSU.
The 2014 track & field season was another huge step forward for a young Buffalo team along with head coach Darren Flowers and the rest of his staff.
The 2014 NCAA Division II Softball National Champion Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M will travel to Austin for a Tuesday afternoon Meet & Greet with Texas Governor Rick Perry.
West Texas A&M picked up all 16 first-place votes for the unanimous selection with a total of 400 points followed by National Runner-Up Valdosta State with 384.
The 2013-14 cross country and track & field seasons may now be over but the Buffs and Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M University are still racking up the awards.
Denver University transfer Michaela Neuhaus and Northwest Missouri State transfer Morgan Dittberner are slated to join the Lady Buffs.
Joining the program for the 2014-15 season include Jeff Bonner (Houston Texas/Mesa CC), Jordan Evans (Houston Texas/Northern Oklahoma) and Tommy Gove (Waconia, Minnesota/Waconia HS).
West Texas A&M senior pitcher Dylan James and senior outfielder Tyler McKnight were named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Honorable Mention All-America and James was named ABCA Third Team All-America.
Lady Buffs bring the trophy home to Canyon
Rita Hokianga named tournament M.V.P.
Will face Valdosta State
Jessica Sipe delivers go-ahead RBI single in bottom of the 6th
Five run fourth inning lifts the Lady Buffs to the second round
Finishing a school-record 37-21, the West Texas A&M baseball team had a historic season under sixth-year head coach Matt Vanderburg in 2014.
Following the 2014 NFL Draft, a total of 13 former Buffaloes currently are on NFL football rosters, one with a tryout this week and two are in the Canadian Football League.
The top ranked Lady Buffs of West Texas A&M will be making their first appearance in the NCAA Division II College World Series on Thursday afternoon as they take on the East Region Champion #20 Pioneers of LIU-Post
WT’s Rita Hokianga picked up 1st Team NFCA accolades while Jessica Sipe and Renee Erwin were named to the second team by the association. On the Daktronics side, Alyssa Lemos picked-up Honorable Mention accolades while Hokianga was named to the third team and Erwin was a first team selection while also being named the Ron Lenz Player of the Year.
Bri Leeper, a sophomore at West Texas A&M University, is the recipient of the Elite 89 award for the 2014 NCAA Division II Women’s Outdoor Track & Field National Championship.
West Texas A&M’s Alyssa Lemos continued to add hardware to her already impressive trophy case on Wednesday morning as the senior shortstop was named a CoSIDA/Capital One 1st Team Academic All-American for her efforts in the classroom.
The West Texas A&M softball team is headed to the College World Series.
Following its first trip to the NCAA South Central Region Tournament, the West Texas A&M baseball team had three players earn all-region tournament accolades as announced by Colorado Mesa University.
Lady Buffs battle back from trailing in series 1-0
Rattlers score three runs in big fifth inning
The Buffs continue in their first NCAA Tournament Friday evening at 8 p.m. CT versus Texas A&M-Kingsville in a winner’s bracket game at Suplizio Field on the campus of Colorado Mesa University. WT, TAMUK and Colorado Mesa all were winners on Thursday in the six-team regional.
Offense was the theme of the game for the West Texas A&M baseball team as it opened the 2014 NCAA Division II South Central Regional with a 13-10 victory over Tarleton State Thursday afternoon at Suplizio Field.