RICHARDSON, Texas –– The University of Texas at Dallas senior third baseman Cody Ross and Sul Ross State University junior shortstop Javier Arrieta earned player of the year honors, while University of Texas at Tyler senior right-hander Brett Holland, Hardin-Simmons University senior right-hander Kyle Barton and Concordia Texas University junior right-hander Michael Johnson earned pitcher of the year accolades to highlight the 2009 American Southwest Conference baseball awards, following a division-only vote by head coaches, the conference office announced on Wednesday (May 6). Continue reading →
The 3rd-ranked University of Texas at Tyler baseball team used 10 runs in the first four innings of Friday night’s game at Irwin Field to turn back LeTourneau, 12-6, in American Southwest Conference action. Continue reading →
RICHARDSON, Texas –– McMurry University and the University of Texas at Tyler have been predicted to win 2009 American Southwest Conference baseball division titles, it was announced by the ASC office on Tuesday (Jan. 27) after a vote of each division’s head coaches, sports information directors and media members. The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Joseph Villegas, Concordia University Texas’ Tom Williams, Hardin-Simmons University’s Kyle Barton, the University of the Ozarks’ Cory Briggs and Bruce Cameron, and UT Tyler’s Blake Booher all earned preseason individual honors. Continue reading →
LONGVIEW, Texas — The 7th-ranked University of Texas at Tyler clinched their first ever American Southwest Conference post-season berth on Sunday with a 14-1 win over LeTourneau in Longview.
UT Tyler once again proved its offense was just too powerful for the Yellow Jackets, as they out hit LeTourneau 18-to-5. Of the Patriots’ 18 hits, 13 of the hits were multiple base hits, including seven homeruns.
LONGVIEW, Texas — The 7th-ranked University of Texas at Tyler baseball team put up 29 runs Saturday and the Patriots shutout LeTourneau in an American Southwest Conference doubleheader sweep . The Patriots took the first game 10-0 and followed up with a 19-0 win in the game two.
The Patriots got the scoring started in the third inning when junior Jeremy Harding (Houston, Texas) hit a grand slam to put UT Tyler up, 4-0.