Tennis teams to compete in ASC regionals

Tennis teams to compete in ASC regionals

The men’s and women’s tennis teams each have one more match left to play in the American Southwest Conference West competition before advancing to ASC regionals. “We have the exact same team as last year plus two more freshmen, so we’re a bit stronger than last year,” said UTD tennis...

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UTD places third at chess championship

UTD places third at chess championship

UTD competed for the 16th time at the President’s Cup chess championship in New York, a national competition that determines the top U.S. collegiate team. The championship was held April 6-7, with the winners announced April 7. UTD placed third after UT Rio Grande Valley and Webster University. The President’s...

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Golf shows strong presence at conference

Golf shows strong presence at conference

The women’s golf team played in the American Southwest Conference Championships on April 12-14. The championship was held in Glen Rose, Texas, where the Comets also competed against Mary Hardin-Baylor, Hardin Simmons, Concordia, McMurry, UC Santa Cruz, East Texas Baptist, Howard Payne and Le Tourneau. The team started the tournament...

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Bad weather leads to rough season opener for women’s golf

Bad weather leads to rough season opener for women’s golf

The UTD women’s golf team opened the spring season with a second place finish at the Pinecrest Intercollegiate, a two-day event hosted by LeTorneau University. UTD finished at the event, held March 5, with a 36-hole total of 708, 16 shots behind the tournament champion. The event began with a...

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Eyes on the prize

Eyes on the prize

It’s 6 p.m. and UTD’s softball team is running one last set of laps before the weekend.  As her teammates round the field, Melissa Livermore’s cleat taps home base. For a moment, she stands there alone, eyes cast out somewhere beyond the outfield. Then the spell is broken. Livermore extends...

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Men’s baseball makes comeback after losses

Men’s baseball makes comeback after losses

The men’s baseball team played three games of this year’s American Southwest Conference Tournament this weekend against Concordia University, coming up short in the first two but making a comeback in the third. The team competed in two ASC series earlier this season where it won one game each series....

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Racer finds international success

Racer finds international success

A UTD junior has aspirations to become a professional race car driver — and has already made strides towards his dream. Nicholas Reger, a global business major, won the Global MX-5 Cup in 2018, winning a Mazda scholarship worth $200,000. Previously, in 2014, he was the Texas Teen Mazda Challenge...

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Athlete named to academic all-district

Athlete named to academic all-district

After scoring 20 points against McMurry University to bring an 80-64 win for the Comets, women’s basketball guard Victoria Peña became the third Comet to reach over 1000 career points. Peña was named the American Southwest Conference East Player of the Year for the second year in a row and...

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NCAA losses for basketball

NCAA losses for basketball

Both men’s and women’s basketball endured losses at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III national championships after they won their respective regional American Southwest Conference tournaments. The No. 18-ranked women’s team, led by head coach Polly Thomason since 2005, has been to the NCAA championships for the last three...

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New esports team wins at regional competition

New esports team wins at regional competition

UTD Esports announced their spring roster for the new “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” team at the end of February via Twitter. The new team finished in first place in its first tournament on March 9 at Texas A&M University.  The esports teams participate in tournaments through the Collegiate Starleague, which...

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