STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State has landed two prized high school recruits not normally available to Division II teams.
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.
STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State did something Wednesday night no other Lone Star Conference team has been able to do this season – defeat Angelo State.
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.
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.
WICHITA FALLS (TheFlashToday) — Tarleton State didn’t have a single signature road win entering last weekend. Now, the Texans have two.
WICHITA FALLS (TheFlashToday) — Midwestern State had just climbed into the Top 20 when the Mustangs lost at Tarleton State on January 15.
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.
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.
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.