KERRVILLE, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s basketball team dropped an 83-62 road contest at Schreiner University on Friday night. It was the second loss in a row in as many games to the Mountaineers (14-11, 10-6 SCAC), who continue their torrid climb up the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) standings. Dallas (9-15, 6-9 SCAC) has dropped its past four games in conference play.
LEXI LEITE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, a senior attack from Houston, Texas, has been named the SCAC Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player-of-the-Week for games played from Monday, February 4th through Sunday, February 10th.
CLARKSVILLE, Ark. - The University of Dallas baseball team won Game 1 of the series versus University of the Ozarks (AR) 8-6. The Crusaders had a six-run third inning as five-different UD players drove in runs. Dallas tacked on a run in the fourth and the fifth to take an 8-1 lead into the final inning. The Eagles rallied for a five-run bottom half of the seventh with two outs. Dallas escaped with the win after William Bresnahan (Windham, N.H.) shut the door.
Dallas grabbed a 5-3 lead in Game 2 after a three-run fourth. The game was suspended after the eighth inning due to darkness. The game will resume on Sunday at 12:00 p.m. in the Top of the 9th.
IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas women’s lacrosse team answered an 8-0 scoring streak by Huntingdon College with the final three goals to notch a 15-13 victory on a wet afternoon. This win marks the second in a row for the Crusaders (2-0), which is the first time the program has started a campaign off. It is the first time since 2016 that UD won back-to-back matches.
IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s basketball team led at halftime for the first time in three conference games this week, but Schreiner University improved its shooting in the final 20 minutes, hitting nearly 60 percent during that span and draining eight 3-pointers to anchor a 15-point scoring swing in a 78-69 final on Saturday. The Crusaders (9-14, 6-8 SCAC) dropped their third straight Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) contest this week and closed the home season at 5-7.
IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s basketball team dropped a 73-62 final to Texas Lutheran University on Friday night at the Maher Center. Despite outshooting the Bulldogs (15-7, 10-3 SCAC) 58.3 percent (14-24) to 34.8 percent (8-23) in the second half from the field; TLU kept its grip on first place in the conference thanks to making 17-of-28 free throws in that frame.
IRVING, Texas - The University of Dallas women?s basketball team fell to Texas Lutheran University 79-36 on Friday night. The Crusaders (2-20, 1-12 SCAC) were within 10 points at the half (34-24) but were outscored 45-12 in the second half. TLU (15-7, 11-2 SCAC) was led by Abby Hroch who finished with 15 points and seven rebounds. The Bulldogs shot 31-72 (43.1 percent) and got 43 points from the bench to grab the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) victory.
MARK PETERSON OF THE UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, a senior infielder on the Crusaders baseball team, has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Male Character and Community Award Winner for the week beginning on February 4.
IRVING, Texas – Tied at 23 in the first half, Centenary College got consecutive three-pointers by Cedric Harris and a layup by Dakota Smith to break a 36-point deadlock and lift the guests the rest of the way past the University of Dallas men's basketball team on Tuesday night.
IRVING, Texas - The University of Dallas women’s basketball team was edged by Centenary College 64-55 on Tuesday evening. The Crusaders (2-19, 1-11 SCAC) dominated the paint as they grabbed 34 points in this area but were held to 1-17 from behind the arc. Dallas was also unable to knock down free throws down the stretch with the game close. Centenary finished 15-27 from the charity stripe in the fourth quarter, while UD went 7-15. The Ladies (6-15, 4-8 SCAC) had a solid outing from Savanah Doty, who had 20 points going 6-8 from three-point range, to grab the road win.