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Javelinas snap losing streak

photo by Riche Garza

It was late in the third quarter when the Javelinas defense held their ground, stopping Colorado Mesa on four consecutive plays from the one yard line. Ensuring a 17-14 victory and snapping their nine game losing streak dating back to last season Saturday night at Javelina Stadium. Head Coach David Calloway said after the game that it’s the defenses job ... Read More »

Volleyball rounds up the Rattlers

A third set dominating performance by the Lady Javelinas led to a 3-1 victory (25-13, 22-25, 25-10 and 25-19) over the St. Mary’s Rattlers at Kingsville Hampton Inn Court on pack the house night in a non-conference match. The Lady Javelinas used their offensive firepower to out muscle the Rattlers to improve their overall season record to 7-2. The Javelinas ... Read More »

Javelinas set to face commerce

The Javelina football team, fresh off their 17-14 victory over Colorado Mesa University is set to take on LSC rivals Texas A&M Commerce at AT&T Stadium, Saturday Sept. 20. This is the LSC opener for both teams as well as the opening game for the LSC festival. Last season the Lions defeated TAMUK at Javelina Stadium 41-28 winning the Chennault ... Read More »

Javelinas snap nine game losing streak

Javelinas put up 222 yards on the ground to beat the Mavericks 17-14.

It was late in the third quarter when the Javelinas defense held their ground, stopping Colorado Mesa on four consecutive plays from the one yard line, ensuring a 17-14 victory and snapping their nine game losing streak dating back to last season Saturday night at Javelina Stadium. Head Coach David Calloway said after the game that it’s the defense’s job ... Read More »

Humbled by Humboldt

The 2014 Javelina football team picked up right where they left off from the 2013 season with a loss in front of the home crowd at Javelina Stadium. The Humboldt State Lumberjacks snapped a 13-game losing streak dating back to Oct. 27, 2012 scoring 24 unanswered points on their way to a 27-14 victory. The Javelinas saw their total losing ... Read More »

Learning to Look Past the Defeats

Defeat never comes easy for anybody, especially to those who are used to a winning product year after year. That’s the case here at TAMUK. It’s not only the campus who expects greatness but it’s also the city of Kingsville and the thousands of Javelina alumni spread across this nation and, a matter of fact, the world. Yes, by now ... Read More »

Hall of Fame Weekend

The Javelina Hall of Fame grew significantly as they added 95 new members that where comprised of the 1979 football team along side the 1986 men’s and women’s cross country teams to join the Javelina Hall of Fame as the class of 2014. The induction ceremony took place Friday, Sept. 5 in the ballroom located in the Memorial Student Union ... Read More »

Volleyball Dominates in Florida

The TAMUK Lady Javelinas volleyball team started their season strong, ending with a 3-1 record, and are now preparing to defend the home court after their performance in Winter Park Florida last week. Southern Arkansas, their first opponent, proved to be an easy matchup for TAMUK as they took care of the Muleriders in three straight sets. Their first test ... Read More »

The Show Goes On

The Javelina Broadcast Network crew had more than their fair share of troubles last weekend during the Tailgate Central show, and even while live streaming the football game. But the crew was able to pull through seemingly endless difficulties, and still put out the best possible product they could, said Aaron Salinas, co-director of JBN. “The team came up with ... Read More »

Javelinas Prepare for Colorado Mesa

The Javelinas will have a chance to redeem themselves when they battle the Colorado Mesa University Mavericks on home turf in the last non-conference game of the season. The Javelinas, fresh off a season-opening loss against Humboldt State on Hall of Fame weekend, now have to contend with the Mavericks, who claimed victory against Dixie State University in overtime. The ... Read More »