The OLLU men’s basketball team struggled through a Red River Athletic Conference game against the University of the Southwest on Saturday. After leading by five points at the half, the Mustangs took over the momentum to win 86-78. The Saints are now 6-18 overall and 4-12 in conference while Southwest improves to 5-18 overall and 3-13 in conference. Read full story online.
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The OLLU women’s basketball team came home after two tough losses on the road and got back on track to trample the University of the Southwest 99-63 on Saturday. The Saints are now 21-6 overall and 14-2 in the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC). The Mustangs drop to 6-17 overall and 3-13 in conference. Read full story.
The OLLU baseball team split a pair of doubleheaders this weekend with Oklahoma Panhandle State University. In the first doubleheader, the Saints lost 3-1 and 5-3. In Saturday’s doubleheader, the Saints won 8-4 and 9-1. The Saints are now 5-7 overall, while the Eagles move to 6-7. Read full story.
The OLLU men’s tennis team traveled to Laredo for a match against Laredo Community College. The Saints lost 9-0. Click here for results.
The OLLU men’s indoor track and field crew participated in the Texas Tech University Matador Open on Friday.
Head Coach Stephen Sherman said, “It is rare in track and field, at least in my experience, to compete in a meet where every athlete in the group is dialed in and are all successful on some level. Most if not all of our athletes hit season bests, career bests and or school records. Coach Terry Smith and I left the meet with a certain level of contentment that was different. To be quite honest it was a little odd not being disconcerted about anything, but it was refreshing too. I am very proud of this group.” Read full story.
The OLLU softball team opened up its 2019 schedule with a trip to Fort Worth, Texas, for the annual NAIA College Cowtown Classic. On Feb. 8, the Saints took on Bethany College and the University of St. Mary. On Saturday, the Saints played Oklahoma Panhandle State University. Other games scheduled were cancelled due to extreme weather. Read full story.
The Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) women’s basketball team fell short of the season sweep over LSU-Shreveport (LSUS). OLLU lost to the Pilots 76-79 in the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC) matchup. The Saints now move to 12-2 in RRAC play and 20-6 overall, while LSUS moves to 11-11 in conference play and 9-6 overall. Read full story.
The Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) men’s basketball team struggled to compete against LSU-Shreveport (LSUS). The loss moves the Saints to 6-17 overall and 4-11 in the Red River Athletic Conference. The Pilots improve to 18-9 overall and 11-4 in conference. Read full story.
A weekend that was supposed to consist of a four-game series against Sterling College was cancelled because of weather conditions. The Saints scheduled a doubleheader in Austin against Huston-Tillotson University to compensate; however, even that doubleheader had to turn into a single game because of temperatures in the 30s complete with sleet and windy conditions. With all that being said, the Saints defeated the Rams 4-2 to move to 3-5 overall, while the Rams drop to 2-3 overall. Read full story.
The baseball team won two of four games against the NAIA’s No. 21 team Central Methodist University (CMU). In the first game on Friday, the Saints lost 7-0 and won the second game 2-1. In Saturday’s games, the Saints lost 11-4 and won 8-7. In the win yesterday, the Saints recorded a no-hitter shared by pitchers Logan Garza and Joey Baker. The team dedicated the series to Professor Steve Wise, who passed away last week. He was a great advocate for athletics and for student-athletes at OLLU. OLLU will play next on Feb. 8 and Feb. 9 against Sterling College. Both doubleheaders will begin at noon at the Missions Baseball Academy.