Thursday , 29 January 2015
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Javelina baseball picked to finish first in LSC once again

After coming off of a second consecutive Lone Star Conference victory, the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Javelinas are now projected to finish in the number one spot according to pre-season polls. “We’re smart enough to understand that those rankings and preseason polls are based on what we did last year and until they start giving out trophies in January, we’re not ... Read More »

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 »

Tallant and Gines to discuss baseball rings on Wednesday


The Javelina baseball team may just get the rings they were hoping for after all. TAMUK president, Dr. Steven Tallant, said he was hoping to resolve the issue of buying rings for the baseball team, despite the fact that they were not LSC champions. “I’m extraordinarily proud of our baseball. They’re the best team in history,” he said. “The first ... Read More »

Historic Javelina baseball team will not receive rings


The 2012-2013 Javelina baseball team had the the best record in program history, but it looks like technicalities will keep them from getting rings to commemorate the season. Standard practice for the university has been to purchase rings for conference championship teams. However, recent rule changes in the Lone Star Conference Handbook mean that the record-breaking Javelinas technically are not ... Read More »

Javelina pitcher blogs experience of South Central Regional tournament


Editor’s note: The following is a four day account of the NCAA Division II South Central Regional tournament by Javelina relief pitcher Tres Tyler: DAY 1 The only way to describe the first day of baseball at the 2013 south central regional tournament is to describe it as a pitcher’s day to shine. The heat was unforgiving sitting at around ... Read More »

Javelinas stave off elimination to reach regional tournament finals


Facing elimination from the NCAA Division II South Central regional tournament, the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Javelinas had a big task at hand: win two games in one day to advance to the championship. The Javelinas would do just that, as they racked up a 3-0 victory over the Colorado Mesa University (CMU) Mavericks and a 6-2 victory over the St. ... Read More »

Javelinas make history with regional tournament victory


For the first time in school history the Texas A&M-Kingsville baseball team earned their first regional tournament victory with a 6-3 win over Colorado State- Pueblo in the NCAA DII South Central Regional tournament at Nolan Ryan Field. “It feels good not because it’s the first win at regionals for the school but, because our guys did it by continuing ... Read More »

Field Set For Day One Of NCAA Regional


As the Texas A&M-Kingsville baseball team prepares to host the NCAA Division II South Central Regional, the field for the first night of play has been set. On Thursday, The middle-seeded teams kick off the tournament. No. 3-seed St Edwards and No. 4-seed Angelo State begin play at 11 a.m. Following game one, No. 2-seed Colorado Mesa and No. 5-seed ... Read More »

Up for any Task-a


The Javelinas took home the LSC title for the season, but for first basemen and pitcher Taylor Taska the victory was especially sweet. Taska was named MVP of the 2013 LSC conference tournament in Canyon as TAMUK won their first LSC title since 2008. “Winning the tournament was the main goal,” he said. “Any time we can get together and ... Read More »

TAMUK may host NCAA regional baseball tournament


Following the Javelinas’ fifth LSC title in program history, TAMUK has put forth a bid to the host the NCAA South Central Regional Tournament. If successful, it would be the first time Nolan Ryan Field has ever hosted a regional tournament. The bid was officially turned in on May 7, according to Aaron Ames, Sports Information Director. In years past, ... Read More »