Wednesday , 17 December 2014
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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 »

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 »

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 »

Greyhounds stay ahead of Javelinas


Guard Rashad Basey tallied 25 points, but in the end the Javelinas could not get over the hump as Eastern New Mexico came out on top 82-78. The Javelinas came within two points twice after being down as much as 16 in the first half. When asked how his team battled and came within two, Coach Peterson knew why right ... Read More »

Zias run past Javelinas


The Lady Javelinas took on Eastern New Mexico Tuesday in what seemed like a win from the start, but the Zias ended up trumping the Javelinas 66-57. The Kingsville women entered the game with a 6-7 record overall and a 1-2 record in the lone star conference.  Lindsey Mahone put the Javelinas on the board with a three pointer and ... Read More »

Javelinas topped by Rattlers in close game


After a good first half, the Javelinas’ men’s basketball team found themselves edged by the St. Mary Rattlers 52-51 on Dec. 7. The Javelinas now fall to an overall record of 3-7 in their first 10 games of the season. Though the Javelinas led going into halftime, the Rattlers kicked off the second half with a 20-4 run to put ... Read More »

Javelinas go one and done


ALLEN- Third time is not the charm for the Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelina Basketball team as they  blow 11 point lead late and fall to the Incarnate Word Cardinals for the third time this season, this time in the Lone Star Conference Championships in overtime 80-75 at the Allen Event Center. “I wish there was something else we [Javelinas] could have done, ... Read More »

Thursday Win Sends Javelinas To Hoops Tournament In Allen


By virtue of their 66-62 win over Eastern New Mexico Thursday night, the Texas A&M-Kingsville men’s basketball team clinched a spot in the 2013 Lone Star Conference Tournament at the Allen Event Center in Allen March 7-9. With three regular-season games remaining, the Javelinas will continue take each game one at a time and improve as a unit. The Javelinas ... Read More »

Lady Mustangs outshoot the Lady Javelinas

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The Texas A&M-Kingsville women’s basketball team out-rebounded their opponent and forced more turnovers, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a 52.2% shooting performance by Midwestern State in a 61-42 loss on Saturday. Ashley Viera came off the bench to score 12 points and Sheana Jones added 11 for the Javelinas (4-15, 2-11) who shot 25% (14-of-56) as a team. Viera ... Read More »