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Javelinas give up early lead against ASU Rams

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The Javelinas came out of the gate with a sense of urgency taking a 10-0 lead against the Angelo State Rams on Homecoming night. that lead would not hold up, as the high octane Rams offense capitalized on turnovers and  exploded for a 57-31 victory over the Javelinas. The Javelinas overall record drops to 1-6 on the season while their ... Read More »

Cross country races to second place

The Javelina Cross Country team had a great turnout this past weekend on Oct. 11, competing at the Ninth Annual University of the Incarnate Word Invitational hosted by the Cardinals at Live Oak City Park who used to be in the Lone Star Conference with the Javelinas but now are part of the Southland Conference as a Division I program. ... Read More »

Volleyball drops two games on road

The Texas A&M University Kingsville volleyball team is coming off a 1-1 record this week as they continued their outstanding play at home, where they tacked on another win at Hampton Inn Court, defeating Our Lady of the Lake University in four sets. Although TAMUK fell to St. Edwards University who was a non conference matchup, the Lady Javelinas remain ... Read More »

Midnight madness invades basketball

The Javelina men’s and women’s basketball teams officially kicked off the 2014-2015 season with Midnight Madness this past Wednesday morning at the Steinke Physical Education Center. The night was filled with both basketball teams taking part in team scrimmages, each consisting of 10 minutes. Men’s basketball Head Coach Johnny Estelle said that with Midnight Madness he wants the fans to ... Read More »

Javelinas prepare for Angelo State

The Javelinas are fresh off an historic 80-14 loss to Tarleton State and are looking to take their aggression out on the Rams. But they will also have to overcome the confusion of losing their head coach mid-season. The Rams enter the game off a devastating 41-40 against the Lone Star Conference’s only undefeated team, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions. ... Read More »

Javelinas embarrassed by Tarleton

The Tarleton State Texans used three quarters of scoring more than 21 points each in route to handing the Javelinas an 80-14 loss in front of a rampant home crowd for homecoming at Tarleton Memorial Stadium. The 80 points for the Javelinas is the most given up in the history of the program, eclipsing the 73 points Midwestern State scored ... Read More »

Jaime Martinez Takes the Reins in the Interim

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There is a new head coach about to be roaming the sidelines of Javelina Stadium and he is quite the familiar face.  Read More »

Softball Starts Off Season Ready to Bat

First year Head Coach Betsy Dean is off to a quick start, showing off a team that had strong pitching performance and powerful run support. In games one and two of the competition on Oct. 4, the Javelinas took on the Division 1 Southland Conference member, Texas A&M – Corpus Christi. The first game remained tied until the 7th inning, ... Read More »

Calloway relieved of coaching duties

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The Javelina football team will be coached under a new regime Saturday when they play Angelo State. David Calloway has been relieved from his head coaching duties per Javelina Athletics. Offensive line coach Jaime Martinez, a former Javelina All-American will be the interim head coach till the end of the season with a national search to be conducted immediately. Martinez ... Read More »

Javelinas allow most points in program history with loss to the Texans

Last season, running back Greg Pitre rushed for 52 yards on nine carries against the Texans.
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The Tarleton State Texans used three quarters of scoring more than 21 points each in route to handing the Javelinas an 80-14 loss in front of a rampant home crowd for homecoming at Tarleton Memorial Stadium. The 80 points for the Javelinas is the most given up in the history of the program, eclipsing the 73 points Midwestern State scored ... Read More »