Friday , 19 December 2014
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Javelinas begin seven game road trip

STEPHENVILLE- After wrapping up their four game home stand the Texas A&M University Men’s basketball team hit the road for the Tarleton State University Thanksgiving Classic, where the Hoggies took care of Northwest Nazarene University 84-70 before falling to Pittsburgh State University 95-83. The Javelinas were able to score 25 points off NNU turnovers which helped lead coach Johnny Estelle’s ... Read More »

Volleyball ousted in lsc first round

The Texas A&M University-Kingsville volleyball team’s 2014 season came to an end as TAMUK fell in three sets to No. 5 Tarleton State University 25-16, 27-25, 25-23, in what was a season that the Javelinas posted three more wins than the season before, while finishing with a winning record. Although the lady Javelinas fell in the quarterfinals on Nov. 13, ... Read More »

Javelina basketball splits at home

The Texas A&M University men’s basketball team began the 2014-2015 season with a win against the Lake Erie Strom in a double overtime thriller 96-93, giving new Head Coach Johnny Estelle a win on his debut, as the TAMUK crowd packed the house at Hampton Inn Court on Nov. 14. TAMUK would go on to lose their next matchup on ... Read More »

Seventh heaven

The Javelina football team ended a season of disappointment on the right note, picking up their first conference win in their final game of the season with a 41-16 victory over the McMurry Warhawks on Nov. 15 for a seventh place finish in the 2014 season. The Javelinas broke their eight game losing streak in the process while exacting revenge ... Read More »

Goswami given Lone Star Conference Mentor award

Goswami (right) receives the 2014 Lone Star Conference Mentor Award from the NCAA.

After serving as an assistant coach of the women’s tennis team and a mentor at Texas A&M University Kingsville, Dr. Nirmal Goswami can add another title to his name as he received the 2014 Lone Star Conference Mentor Award by NCAA Athletics at McCulley Hall on Nov. 19. Goswami, who serves as a professor of political science at TAMUK, is originally ... Read More »

Hounds pick up another win over hogs

BLACKWATER DRAW, N.M.—The Javelina football team now sits with a 1-9 overall record after bringing back another loss to Javelina Nation when they were defeated by Eastern New Mexico University at Greyhound Stadium, with a 61-7 loss on Nov. 8. The Greyhounds were able to score their first touchdown with 7:50 left in the first quarter when Javelina defensive linemen ... Read More »

Javelinas hope for victorious finale

The Javelina football team is entering their final game of the 2014 season with another rematch, this time against the McMurry University War Hawks. The Javelinas return to Abilene, the site of the first meeting when they lost to the War Hawks by a score of 27-21 on Sept. 27. This time, both teams will be fighting for the seventh ... Read More »

Women’s basketball under new regime

It’s a new era for the Javelina women’s basketball under the direction of newly appointed Head Coach Wade Scott and the 2014-2015 team. Last season, under the direction of former Head Coach Michael Trujillo, the team went 11-16 and 6-10 overall in the Lone Star Conference. This season, the LSC preseason poll picked the Javelinas to finish in last place, ... Read More »

Men’s basketball ready for opener

A season ago the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Men’s basketball team finished the season (8-19) and (3-11) in Lone Star Conference play ending a season that fell short of post-season play and more importantly an LSC crown. But 2014-2015 brings new dreams, new goals, and it also brings a new head coach. Former student at TAMUK Johnny Estelle is returning to ... Read More »

Mustangs thrive in second half

Photo by Tracey Hernandez

The Javelinas trailed 10-7 at halftime this past Saturday against the Midwestern State University Mustangs, but unfortunately for them the Mustangs offense woke up and exploded for 38 straight unanswered points en route to a 48-7 blowout victory over the Javelinas. The Javelinas saw their overall record fall to 1-8 on the season and their Lone Star Conference regular season ... Read More »