Tagged: Texans

Round Up at Tarleton

By Taite Read  Art Director  Tarleton State University’s Round Up will return on Oct. 1 for its 25th year.  Round Up is a service project put on by students. It is a one-day event...

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Texan Tennis attends invite-only championship

By: Sydnie Grossnickle Multimedia Journalist Tarleton State University’s womens tennis had eight competitors at the ITA Texas Regional Championship on Sept. 22-25. This tournament was an invite-only affair with representatives from many NCAA Division...

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Texan Football kicks off Sept. 1

By: Sydnie Grossnickle Multimedia Journalist Texan football returns on Sept. 1 with a non-conference match-up against the Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) Delta Devils. It will be the first meeting between programs.  Tarleton State...

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Valentine’s Day Idea Round-up

Cities in the North and Central Texas regions have several Valentine’s Day activities for couples or friends to enjoy.  Fort Worth Valentine’s Day 5K Sunday, Feb. 13 Fort Worth Runner’s Club https://valentine5k.athlete360.com/ Free Kids...

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Tarleton ranks 7th in WAC

By: Cody Drolet Sports Writer With the 2020-2021 season announced for Tarleton State University women’s basketball, the WAC has released their pre-season rankings and the Texans are ranked 7th among the AP polls. Misty...

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Frazier to give ‘Last Lecture’ on Tuesday

“Life is full of surprises and we only need to open our eyes, minds and hearts to see what is there. We need to be open to the unexpected and treasure the journey that God has given us,” Frazier explained. “…It will be fun, entertaining and full of raw emotion. Let’s face it, if this was really my last lecture then there are some things that I want to remind people and we are going to go over that list.”

Lone Star Conference denies sending email breaking Tarleton Division One news

“The WAC didn’t break it, we didn’t break it, it came from the Lone Star Conference because they are upset we are leaving,” Hurley said. “They are losing their flagship institution, and what’s going to happen is there are more institutions…that want to go with us, really good institutions. I think they are starting to panic a little.”