The Lumberjacks won 65-60 after benefitting from a second-half surge to win a grudge match against Southeastern Louisiana Lions in the opening game of conference play.
The Ladyjack basketball team took the court to begin the Southland Conference season with a 62-51 win against Southeastern Louisiana University on Wednesday night in Hammond, Louisiana.
A combined effort of 39 points from Shannon Bogues and Kevon Harris was not enough as the Jacks dropped the final non-conference game of the season to Alabama 79-69 on Sunday night.
Executing a play that ranked No. 9 in SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays and earning a spot on the All-Southland Sports Tournament Team was the perfect end to conference tournament play for SFA middle blocker Makenzee Hanna before the Ladyjacks were knocked out of the first round of the NCAA volleyball tournament by University of Texas at Austin last week.
Less than a month away from the beginning of the Southland Conference season, the SFA Ladyjacks will play Montana State University Bobcats at 11 a.m. Thursday in the William R. Johnson Coliseum.
After a tough 77-69 loss to the Texas Tech Lady Red Raiders on Thursday night, the SFA Ladyjacks demolished the Wiley College Wildcats 97-38 Saturday afternoon inside the walls of the William R. Johnson Coliseum.
The Lumberjacks bounce back behind a stifling defense and beat University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 66-51 in the final game of the 2018 Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic.
The Lumberjacks failed to capitalize in their first game overseas in program history and lost to the Dons of San Francisco 58-76 in the Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic.
The Ladyjack’s best season and longest winning-streak in the nation comes to an end after a first-round sweep in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament at the hands of the nation’s fifth ranked Texas Longhorns.
Ryan Ivey, the newly hired SFA athletic director, announced the department will open a nationwide search for a new head coach of the SFA football program. The search will begin immediately, and the athletic department hopes to have a new head coach by the first week of December.
The SFA Ladyjacks basketball team are sent home with a loss Wednesday in Lubbock by the Texas Tech Lady Raiders 69-77, ending their four-game winning streak.
During the holiday break, the SFA Ladyjacks basketball team came back from a loss to the University of Miami to a four-game winning streak. From Nov. 16 to 24, the Ladyjacks defeated Morgan State, Yale, Our Lady of the Lake and Tulsa University. This week, they will be playing against Texas Tech University at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Lubbock and Wiley College at 2 p.m. Saturday in the William R. Johnson Coliseum.
NACOGDOCHES- A total defensive effort mixed with timely scoring outbursts helped the SFA Lumberjacks secure a 73-60 non-conference victory over the Division II St. Edwards Hilltoppers Sunday night at the William R. Johnson Coliseum.
The Ladyjacks earn their fourth-straight win and remain undefeated in the friendly confines of William R. Johnson Coliseum after beating the University of Tulsa 76-34.
Shannon Bogues’ 3-pointer completes the Lumberjacks’ comeback as they defeat Marist 64-60 in the Basketball Hall of Fame Belfast Classic campus game and improve to 3-1 on the season.
SFA Ladyjacks advance to the NCAA Volleyball tournament after sweeping the Sugar Bears of Central Arkansas with set scores of 25-21, 25-9 and 25-23 in the Championship of the Southland Conference Volleyball Tournament.
The Ladyjacks chop down the deficit and storm back in the second half to beat Yale 67-57 for their second-straight win of the season and complete their time in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament.
A difficult and meaningful game is what the SFA Ladyjacks volleyball team played on Friday morning against eighth seed Texas A&M University Corpus Christi Islanders to win the game after four sets 25-21, 27-29, 25-23 and 25-14.
Throughout the season, the SFA Ladyjacks have kept the purple lights on and have brought pride to the fans and community. To keep the excitement going, the Ladyjacks will compete in Natchitoches, Louisiana, in the Prather Coliseum on Friday against Texas A&M University Corpus Christi at 11 a.m. in the Southland Conference Tournament Quarterfinals.
For the second year in a row, Chief Caddo will reside in Natchitoches, Louisiana after the Lumberjacks fall to the Northwestern State Demons 35-23.
After their fourth loss to a nationally ranked opponent, the SFA Lumberjacks return to the turf of Homer Bryce Stadium for season- ending matchup with the Northwestern State University Demons in the 53rd Battle for Chief Caddo.
The Lumberjacks could not find a rhythm against the Miami Hurricanes and got routed 96-58 in their first matchup against a NCAA Division I opponent.
The top-ranked defense in the Southland Conference reigned supreme as the SFA Lumberjacks were routed 47-14 against the No. 16 ranked Nicholls Colonels Saturday afternoon at John L. Guidry Stadium in Thibodaux, Louisiana.
Off the heels of their bye week, the SFA Lumberjacks look to upset the mighty Nicholls State Colonels in a late season Southland Conference matchup.
The last two home games at Shelton Gym were dominated by the SFA Ladyjacks volleyball team. To end the season, the team is heading out to play Nicholls at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Thibodaux, Louisiana, and the University of New Orleans at 1 p.m. Saturday in New Orleans, Louisiana.
When she was a little girl, Callie Fontana received a pillow case from Helen Belcher that said, “A future SFA Lumberjack sleeps here.” Little did she know she would actually end up right where Belcher said she’d be.
After extending their winning streak to 22 games by sweeping McNeese State and Lamar, the Ladyjacks will turn their attention to Sam Houston State and Abilene Christian University.
Despite an up-and-down Southland Conference slate, the SFA Ladyjacks are preparing for their postseason run in the 2018 Southland Conference Soccer Tournament.
After playing the most complete game of the season in their 42-14 rout of the Houston Baptist University Huskies, the SFA Lumberjacks will return to the confines of Homer Bryce Stadium for a Homecoming showdown with the hungry Lamar Cardinals.
The Ladyjacks are coming off a weekend of mixed results that included a win and a loss to send them into their season finale against rival Sam Houston State.
Two more conference wins against the UNO Privateers and the Nicholls State Colonels allowed the SFA Ladyjacks volleyball team to leave Shelton Gym with a 20-game winning streak, .920 winning percentage and a record of 23-2, 10-0 in conference games. The Southland Conference tournament is less than a month away, but SFA must finish off the regular season with matchups against McNeese State University at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday and Lamar University at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
The Lumberjacks follow an offensive surge to power past the Houston Baptist Huskies 42-14 at Husky Stadium on Saturday night to earn an important win heading into homecoming.
After losing three consecutive Southland Conference games to nationally ranked opponents, the SFA Lumberjacks are seeking their first win since September against the Houston Baptist University Huskies.
The Lumberjacks’ defense stood tall, but a lack of rushing productivity on the offensive side proved to be the difference maker in Saturday’s 27-17 loss to the University of Central Arkansas Bears at Homer Bryce Stadium.
While Stephen F. Austin volleyball fans patiently wait for the Ladyjacks’ return, the team steals another win on the road on Thursday as they faced the University of the Incarnate Word Cardinals at the McDermott Convocation Center in San Antonio with scores of 20-18, 26-20 and 25-20.
Fresh off their 33-point loss to the Sam Houston State University Bearkats in the 93rd Battle of the Piney Woods, the SFA Lumberjacks’ quest for a title continues as they prepare to host the high-powered University of Central Arkansas Bears in a must-win matchup Saturday afternoon between the hills of Homer Bryce Stadium.
The Lumberjacks struggled to find a footing in the game, dropping the 93rd annual Battle of the Pineywoods to the Sam Houston State Bearkats 54-21 on Saturday at NRG Stadium in Houston.
There are certain indelible moments for athletes. The roar of the crowd, the smell of freshly cut grass and the feeling of putting on a fresh uniform before a game are all experiences athletes crave. When the final seconds of the season fall, those feelings are usually put in a box and put away until next season, but not for SFA student-athlete Cody Williams. After putting away his Lumberjack football uniform for the last time this November, he will pick up a glove and cap and head to the baseball diamond in search of those indelible moments all over again.
Another game for SFA means another goal to win. Ladyjacks soccer will be competing against the University of Central Arkansas at 7 p.m. Friday at the SFA soccer field for the sixth Southland Conference game.
For the 93rd time, the SFA Lumberjacks will face off against the Sam Houston State University Bearkats in one of the oldest football rivalries in the state of Texas.