Entering the last month of the regular season, the Lumberjacks baseball team will play a weekend three- game series against Nicholls State University Friday through Sunday.
The Ladyjacks are gearing up to play in the Southland Conference Tournament this week after losing their last series against Sam Houston State University, 2-1, on Sunday.
The SFA baseball team heads to Lake Charles, Louisiana, this weekend in a three-game stint against McNeese, after a three-game series with a 2-1 win against Northwestern State at home.
The 2019 SFA football season is just around the corner, and this week the Lumberjacks will hit the gridiron once again for the annual spring game at 5 p.m. Saturday at Homer Bryce Stadium.
SFA baseball and softball return to Nacogdoches this week as the Lumberjacks take on Prairie View A&M University, and the Ladyjacks battle the University of Louisiana-Monroe on Wednesday. Both teams will play Northwestern State in a three-game series on Friday- Sunday.
This week, the Lumberjacks will head southwest for a bout against Texas A&M- Corpus Christi to face off in a three-game series Thursday through Saturday in hopes of climbing in the Southland standings.
The Ladyjacks bowling team stood and watched in anticipation for one last strike. Dakotah Hazlewood released the ball, and as it began curving toward the center pin, the Ladyjacks began to cheer knowing that they had just become the 2019 NCAA National Champions winning the game 4-1 against No. 1-ranked Vanderbilt.
The No.6-ranked Stephen F. Austin bowling team beat Prairie View A&M in the opening round of the 2019 NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship to advance to the eight-team championship bracket.
The Ladyjack Tennis team is starting to prepare for its last two matches and looks to snap the four-game losing streak that continued with a loss against Central Arkansas Friday.
SFA baseball and softball have several games this week as the Lumberjacks face the Sam Houston State University Bearkats in a three-game series. The Ladyjacks play Texas Southern University before turning their attention to a three-game series against University of the Incarnate Word.
The SFA Track and Field Team has two upcoming meets this week including the Heptathlon and Decathlon, and the Carl Knight Invitational Thursday through Saturday at Homer Bryce Stadium.
The Jacks will play against the University of Arkansas- Pine Bluff at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at home and UC Santa Barbara in a three- game series Friday-Sunday in California.
The No. 6-ranked Ladyjacks Bowling Team gained an at- large bid to the 2019 NCAA Bowling Championship as announced by the women’s bowling selection committee.
The Ladyjacks tennis team will continue its Southland Conference season against Lamar at 1 p.m. Friday in Beaumont and Texas A&M Corpus Christi at non Sunday in Corpus Christi.
The Lumberjacks will look to remain at the top of the Southland Conference standings, while the Ladyjacks will try to overtake second place with both teams playing in a non-conference midweek game followed by a weekend conference series.
The Ladyjacks used a 10-2 surge in overtime to beat the Sam Houston State University Bearkats, 83-75, on Senior night to close out conference play.
SFA Men’s Golf will head to Laredo to compete at the Houston Border Olympics, while Women’s Golf will be competing in the UTRGV Invitational in McAllen. Both teams are competing from March 11-12.
Achieving one goal means reaching for another. Kaylee Bizzell reached her goal within the first two years of pole vaulting at SFA, and she has set a new goal for herself to reach new heights.
The Ladyjacks caught fire in the second-half to beat the Abilene Christian Wildcats, 65-48, Wednesday night in William R. Johnson Coliseum.
The Lumberjacks and Ladyjacks will look to close out the 2018-19 regular season with games against Abilene Christian and Sam Houston State.
The Ladyjacks failed to snag first place in the conference after falling, 62-46, to the Lamar Cardinals on Saturday at the Montagne Center in Beaumont.
Two weeks away from the Southland Conference basketball tournament, the SFA Lumberjacks lose to the University of Central Arkansas Bears, who sought to end their seven-game losing streak, 92-74.
Stephanie Visscher’s 19 points and six assists helped the Ladyjacks breeze past the Central Arkansas Sugar Bears, 79-43, Wednesday night in William R. Johnson Coliseum.
Both the Lumberjacks and Ladyjacks are setting their focus to play against the Central Arkansas Bears and Lamar Cardinals, as the Ladyjacks look to get on top of the conference and the Lumberjacks attempt to gain momentum heading into the conference tournament.
The Ladyjacks redeemed themselves after receiving their first loss in conference play last week, after taking down the University of Incarnate Word Lady Cardinals, 65-48, Saturday night at William R. Johnson Coliseum.
An offensive onslaught, which saw four Lumberjacks score in double-digits, was enough to clip the Incarnate Word Cardinals, 81-54, Saturday night in William R. Johnson Coliseum.
On Sunday the Ladyjack bowling teamed took fifth place in Dallas as the team participated in the fifth annual Stormin’ Ladyjack Classic tournament.
The SFA Ladyjacks moved to No. 2 in SLC rankings, had their undefeated conference record and nine game winning streak broken by the Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders, 44-46, Wednesday night in Corpus Christi.
SFA basketball is close to finishing the SLC season with six games left. Both teams will play Texas A&M Corpus-Christi on Wednesday, and the University of Incarnate Word on Saturday for a doubleheader in William R. Johnson Coliseum.
SFA has added beach volleyball to the list of NCAA sports offered at the University with the inaugural season beginning in the 2019- 20 academic year.
The Ladyjacks basketball continue with a 12-game winning streak after beating the McNeese Cowgirls, 97-48 on Wednesday, keeping their No. 1 rank in the Southland Conference.
The Lumberjacks’ second quarter comeback fell short as they lost to the Lamar Cardinals, 82-67, in the annual Cram the Coliseum game on Saturday night in William R. Johnson Coliseum.
In a battle between the undefeated Southland Conference basketball teams, the Ladyjacks defeated the Lamar University Lady Cardinals, 70-58, on Saturday in William R. Johnson Coliseum.
The Lumberjacks took a 79-77 win against the Houston Baptist University Huskies after having five minutes left in the game and being down by 11 points, Wednesday night in Sharp Gymnasium.
Imani Johnson’s 19 points powered the Ladyjacks past the Houston Baptist Huskies, 65-53, to earn SFA its tenth-straight win and remain undefeated in conference play.
Both the Ladyjacks and Lumberjacks will turn their attention to the Houston Baptist Huskies and the Lamar Cardinals, as they look to improve in the Southland Conference standings.
The Ladyjacks remain perfect in conference play after beating the Bearkats, 78-68, behind a combined 42 points from Chanell Hayes and Imani Johnson Saturday night at the Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum in Huntsville.
Three minutes into the game against the University of Alabama, a familiar face rose from the scorer’s table and walked onto the court for the first time this season for real-game action. The cheers of 7,203 fans filled the William R. Johnson Coliseum as one moment overshadowed the game itself—the return of John Comeaux, despite seemingly insurmountable odds.
A combined 62 points from Kevon Harris and Davonte Fitzgerald was enough to help the Lumberjacks escape overtime and beat the Central Arkansas Bears, 105-99, Wednesday night in William R. Johnson Coliseum.