ASC poll predicts team success

Early preseason polls released by the American Southwest Conference put three Comet teams in high ranks as the teams prepare for the start...


Tennis teams picked to win

The UTD tennis teams started their spring seasons with a combined 5-1 record after the league picked both teams as favorites to win...


ASC disappointment

Women’s Basketball The women’s basketball team made it to the local conference tournament before falling short 6 points in its semifinal game. After...


History in the making

A sophomore on the men’s basketball team recorded the second triple-double in school history.    Sophomore guard Dimitrius Underwood had 14 points, 13...


Program cultivates winning tradition

Dapo Ogunfeitimi stepped foot on UTD’s court for the first time as an incoming freshman. His eyes immediately became fixed on one thing...


Tracking volleyball’s rise to prominence at UTD

The innermost layer of a volleyball is comprised of a rubber bladder, the second is made out of cloth and the third shell...


Softball team’s luck looking up

New coach’s approach leads to team built around aggressive offense, needs to maintain success to turn program around The softball team may finally...


Men’s team aims to improve on lackluster 2014 campaign

A second half collapse in last year’s ASC quarterfinal against Hardin-Simmons all but ensured the Comets’ post-season fate, leading to a 77-63 rout...


Youthful women’s squad looks to reclaim ASC championship

After having arguably the most successful season in program history, the women’s basketball team finds itself starting fresh with a roster filled with...


ASC champs’ season cut short by second-ranked Trinity Tigers

The men’s soccer team fell 3-0 in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Nov. 14 to second-ranked Trinity, ending its chances...


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