NCAA must reform fiscal rules

Student-athletes should be treated as university employees, must receive pay, health benefits A blow has finally been struck in the fight for the...


Team stumbles in ASC play

The softball team’s six-game winning streak came to an end when it lost three consecutive games against Mary Hardin-Baylor on March 21-22. The...


V-ball player tries out for national team

Kelsey Morrison knew that she didn’t have a chance of making one of the three U.S. national volleyball teams. Out of the 240...


Heralding change: Kanute Drugan

Highly acclaimed Kanute Drugan takes on women’s soccer coach role with novel strategic ideas for team Being named after legendary figures football coach...


Away games faze team

The softball team struggled in its conference games against Hardin-Simmons, losing all three games. The Comets lost 7-6 on Feb. 28, and then...


Softball player chooses D-III over D-I

Robin Thomas’ religious beliefs help frame her career, future as she looks to impact lives It was the summer of decisions. Manvel High...


Comets achieve new heights

Men’s basketball team concludes season with program’s best winning record The men’s basketball team fell short in the Sweet 16 round of the...


NCAA rule may change

UTD rep pushes legislation for grad student-athletes An NCAA Div. III committee is exploring options to allow graduate students to continue their athletic...


Comets expected to capitalize on winning spirit in face-off against No. 3 Warhawks

The game on March 8 was riddled with poor play and missed chances. At the end of the night, the Comets shot just...


Comets prepared for first NCAA game

The men’s basketball team face new opponents and challenges as they compete in the NCAA Div. III tournament for the first time since...


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