Tarleton State Basketball

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Regional champ Tarleton signs two prep stars

STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State has landed two prized high school recruits not normally available to Division II teams.

Top seeded Texans roll over Eastern New Mexico

ALLEN (TheFlashToday) —  No. 7 Tarleton State (27-2) showed the defensive intensity that led it to the top of the Lone Star Conference during the regular season Wednesday night, cruising to a 80-50 win over last-place Eastern New Mexico (7-21) in the opening game of the Lone Star Conference Championship.

No. 11 Tarleton survives late charge to upset No. 4 ASU

STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State did something Wednesday night no other Lone Star Conference team has been able to do this season – defeat Angelo State.

TexAnns thump ASU with two big runs

STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State took the lead for good with a 10-0 first-half run, then blew Angelo State away early in the second half of a Lone Star Conference game at Wisdom Gym Wednesday evening.

Tarleton wins 20 for sixth straight year

STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State secured its sixth straight 20-win season Saturday night as the No. 12 Texans (20-2, 7-2) shot 53.5 percent from the floor and 52.2 percent from the arc in a 87-73 win over Cameron (10-11, 2-7) at Wisdom Gym.

Free throws give No. 12 Texans edge over No. 23 MSU

WICHITA FALLS (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State didn’t have a single signature road win entering last weekend. Now, the Texans have two.

Turnovers, rebounds leave TexAnns on short end at MSU

WICHITA FALLS (TheFlashToday) — Midwestern State had just climbed into the Top 20 when the Mustangs lost at Tarleton State on January 15.

Lee, Mabry lead No. 12 Tarleton to ‘Signature road win’

COMMERCE (TheFlashToday) — For everything Tarleton State had already achieved this season, one thing the Texans did not have to their credit was a true road win.

McGrath’s career-high 22 not enough for Texanns

COMMERCE (TheFlashToday) — It was a tale of two halves. And as good as Saturday’s first half was for Tarleton, the second was much better for Texas A&M-Commerce.

Tarleton’s Mabry named LSC Offensive Player of the Week

STEPHENVILLE – TaShawn Mabry‘s offensive explosion over the last two games has earned him the LSC Player of the Week award for the second time in his career.


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