Sports: End of the year doesn’t stop the SMU Mustangs

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Sports: End of the year doesn’t stop the SMU Mustangs

equestrianteamSix Mustangs Earn Academic All-America Accolades, 13 Named to Honor Roll: Fourteen members of the SMU equestrian team earned National Collegiate Equestrian Association academic honors, the NCEA announced. Six riders earned spots on the Beval Saddlery Academic All-America team, while 13 were named to the La Hacienda Academic Honor Roll. Schaefer Raposa, Sylvia de Toledo and Keagan Snively achieved first-team status, which is awarded to student-athletes who competed in a minimum of 70 percent of meets during the 2015-16 season, and earned a cumulative 3.5 GPA. de Toledo achieved a team-high 3.97 GPA, Raposa boasted a 3.70 and Snively maintained a 3.54.

Three Mustangs Qualify for Rio Olympic GamesNina Rangelova ’15 (Bulgaria), Rachel Nicol ’16 (Canada) and Matea Samardzic (Croatia) are headed to Brazil for the 2016 Olympic Games. Qualification rounds are ongoing but these three have already reached Olympic Qualifying Time standards in at least one event. Rangelova, current volunteer assistant coach, will be making her third appearance at an Olympics game. Nicol will be participating in her first. Samardzic who is set to join SMU for the 2016-2017 year will also be competing for the first time. Swimming action runs from Aug. 6-13 so be sure to support our Mustangs!

averyAcker Receives Presidential Award of Excellence: Avery Acker, a senior volleyball player, received the Presidential Award of Excellence: Scholar/Athlete Award at the Hilltop Excellence Awards. Acker was also named 2015-16 American Athletic Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year earlier this semester. Acker will attend medical school in the fall.

goldwomenMustangs Selected For NCAA Women’s Golf Bryan Regional: The SMU women’s golf team has been selected as one of 18 teams to compete at the NCAA Women’s Golf Regional held in Bryan, Texas, at Traditions Club May 5-7. SMU is the No.9 seed for the event. The Mustangs are seeking their first NCAA Championship appearance since 1992. The top six teams from each Regional will earn a championship berth, as well as the top three individuals from non-qualifying teams.

April 28, 2016|Calendar Highlights, Sports|

Sports: Highlights, Feb. 9, 2015

Cannen Cunnigham. SMU Men's Basketball.

Cannen Cunningham. SMU Men’s Basketball.

Men’s Basketball: With a final score of 68-57, No. 23 SMU gave Tulsa its first American Conference loss in 22 games on Saturday, Feb. 7. Leading a 15-0 second-half run, Nic Moore scored 23 points and Cannen Cunningham scored a season-high 16. The Mustangs will take on Houston this Thursday, Feb. 12, followed by a home game against UConn on Saturday, Feb. 14.

Women’s Basketball: The Mustangs return home after a 70-60 victory at UCF to take on the South Florida Bulls for the second time this season on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. The Bulls won the first meeting 82-59 despite 18 points from freshmen Alicia Froling and 12 from junior Gabrielle Wilkins.

Women’s Equestrian: After holding a 5-4 lead at the midpoint of their meet against TCU, the SMU women’s equestrian team was eventually defeated 11-7 by their crosstown rival on Friday, Feb. 6. With the largest margin of victory in an 83-79 decision, Sylvia de Toledo was named Most Outstanding Performer in equitation over fences for the second time this season. The Mustangs next compete on Sunday, March 1, as they host South Dakota State at the Sleepy P Ranch.

SMU Football coach Hayden Fry to receive the Legends Award.

SMU Football coach Hayden Fry to receive the Legends Award.

Football: The SMU Lettermen’s Board announced that legendary Mustang football coach Hayden Fry will receive the Legends Award. Fry will be the first individual honored with the newly created award at the SMU Hall of Fame Banquet on Friday, May 1.

Women’s Golf: The SMU women’s golf team finished its first round of the spring in 15th place at the UCF Challenge in Orlando, Florida. Evelyn Dole had the best individual round, as she is tied for 14th place after carding a one-under, par 71. Plays resume Monday, Feb. 9. Live scoring can be found here.

Men’s Swimming and Diving: The SMU men’s swimming and diving team hosted the Pre-Conference Time Trials on Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Carroll ISD Aquatic Center. The Mustangs are now headed into the championship season, as they travel to Greensboro, North Carolina, for the American Athletic Conference, Feb. 18-21.

Women’s Swimming and Diving: The SMU women’s swimming and diving team closed the dual-meet season with a 131-112 victory over North Texas on Friday, Feb. 6. Following this victory, the Mustangs hosted UNT and Oklahoma Bapist in a pre-conference time trial exhibition event at the Carroll ISD Aquatic Center on Saturday, Feb. 7. During this exhibition, nine student-athletes were honored as the team celebrated Senior Day. Next, the Mustangs will travel to Greensboro, North Carolina for the American Athletic Conference Championships, Feb. 18-21.

Men’s Tennis: The SMU Men’s Tennis team picked up two wins during the morning double-header on Sunday, Feb. 8 at the Brad and Ann Brookshire Family Indoor Pavillion. The Mustangs started the morning with a 6-0 victory to Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Continuing their success, the Mustangs defeated Texas-Permian Basin with a 7-0 victory. SMU’s record is now 6-1 to open the spring season.

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SMU Women’s Volleyball head coach Lisa Seifert.

Women’s Tennis: The SMU Women’s Tennis team will take on Louisiana Tech on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 3 p.m., in the Brad and Ann Brookshire Family Indoor Pavillon. Following this match, the Mustangs will end their week with a double-header against Northwestern State and Midwestern State on Sunday, Feb. 15.

Women’s Volleyball: SMU Director of Athletics Rick Hart announced Lisa Seifert has signed a three-year extension to remain head volleyball coach at SMU through the 2017 season. Since the program’s inception in 1966, Seifert has served as the lone coach and is coming off the most successful season in program history with a record 26 winds and just six losses.

February 9, 2015|Calendar Highlights, News, Sports|

Sports: Chad Morris introduced as new SMU head football coach

morrisFootball: Former Clemson offensive coordinator and Texas high school football coach Chad Morris was introduced as the new head football coach at SMU at a press conference on Monday, Dec. 1. Morris was named AFCA National Assistant Coach of the Year and one of five finalists for National Offensive Coordinator of the Year by 247Sports.com in 2013, and the National Offensive Coordinator of the Year by Rivals.com in 2011. Morris served as a head coach on the Texas high school level for 16 years, posting a 169-38 record overall and winning back-to-back undefeated state championships in his final two seasons at Lake Travis. In all, Morris took six of his teams to Texas State Championship Games, with three of those teams capturing state titles, and earned Coach of the Year honors 11 times.

The hire was a nice pick-me-up after a loss to in-state rival Houston on Friday, Nov. 28. Sophomore Matt Davis threw a 67-yard touchdown pass to Jeremiah Gaines to give the Mustangs a 9-7 lead and hopes of picking up their first win. NCAA Football: Houston vs. SMUCougars running back Kenneth Farrow ran for two touchdowns, and quarterback Greg Ward Jr. added another to put Houston back on top 28-9 at the end of the third quarter. Davis had 145 yards passing for SMU, and led the Mustangs with 70 yards rushing on 20 carries. SMU will have one final shot for a win in their season finale on the road against Connecticut on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 11:00 a.m. CT. The game will air on CBS Sports Network.

heiseVolleyball: It was a weekend of broken records, as SMU won a program-record 15th match at home, defeating Tulsa 3-1 on Wednesday, Nov. 26. Sophomore Janelle Giordano scored a match-high 12 kills, and junior Cailin Bula and sophomore Kristen Stehling each added 11 kills. Sopomore Morgan Heise finished with 22 digs. The Mustangs set another record for overall victories in a season, winning their 26th in a 3-0 sweep at East Carolina on Friday, Nov. 28.

Heise made program history by breaking the record for digs in a season after tallying 11 in the match, bringing her season total to 626. She passed Sydney Stewart who had 625 during the 2011 season. Senior Caroline Young led all attackers with 15 kills, in addition to 10 digs for her ninth double-double of the year. She was also named Libero of the Year in the American Athletic Conference, and was one of four Mustangs named to the all-conference team. Young and Avery Acker joined Heise on the first-team, and Giordano earned second-team honors.

yanickMen’s Basketball: Senior Yanick Moreira led SMU with 20 points and 10 rebounds in a wire-to-wire 78-72 loss to No. 25 Arkansas on Tuesday, Nov. 25. It was a game of runs as the Mustangs had an 18-6 run that pulled them within six, but then the Razorbacks responded with an 11-2 run of their own. SMU rallied again from 19 down to make the score 73-68 with 37 seconds remaining, nicmoorebut Arkansas held off the comeback.

The Mustangs bounced back the following night with a 72-59 win over Texas Southern. Junior Nic Moore scored 17 points on 7-of-9 shooting and 3-0f-4 from beyond the arc. Moore continued his hot streak in a 63-51 victory over Monmouth on Sunday, Nov. 30, scoring 18 of the team’s first 22 points and finishing with 23 points total. Moore was named to the watch list for the 2015 Naismith Award, given to the top men’s basketball player. Moore and SMU improved their record to 4-3 on the season, and are back in action at 6:00 p.m. CT on Friday, Dec. 5 against Wyoming in Moody Coliseum. The game will be televised on ESPNews.

brameWomen’s Basketball: Freshmen Alicia Froling and Taylor Brame recorded their first career double-doubles, and junior Destynee Hives-McCray recorded her third double-double of the season in a commanding 77-46 win over Florida A&M on Friday, Nov. 28 to advance to the championship of the SMU Thanksgiving Classic. Hives-McCray finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds.  Froling added 14 points and 10 boards, while Brame posted 11 points and 13 rebounds.hivesmccray

USC edged the Mustangs, 64-57, in the championship on Saturday, Nov. 29. Junior forward Destynee Hives-McCray scored eight points and grabbed 13 boards, earning all-tournament honors. A night after holding Florida A&M to 19.1 percent shooting, the Mustangs limited the Trojans to just 23.5% from the field in the first half. However, USC came alive in the second half, scoring 46 of their 64 points after the break. SMU’s bounced back with a 62-55 win against North Texas on Wednesday, Dec. 3 for their eighth win in nine years over the Metroplex rivals. Gabrielle Wilkins paced the Mustangs’ scoring with 15 points. SMU squares off with Arizona State on the road on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 4:00 p.m. CT.

burnettMen’s Swimming and Diving: Senior diver Devin Burnett was named the American Athletic Conference’s Diver of the Week for the second consecutive week on Tuesday, Nov. 25. The reigning conference diver of the year was honored last week for his dominating performance against TCU. This week, he was honored for third-place finishes in the one-meter, three-meter and platform dives at the Art Adamson Invitational.

Equestrian: Senior Emma Roberts and sophomore Sylvia de Toledo were named United Equestrian Riders of the Month for November. Both riders won their head-to-head matchups in November road meets against New Mexico State and South Dakota State. Roberts earned the accolade for equitation over fences. De Toledo’s second Rider of the Month honor is for equitation on the flat.

Rowing: Head rowing coach Doug Wright has announced the hiring of Paige Love as an assistant coach for the program. Love spent the last seven years coaching at White Rock Lake for Dallas United Crew, the largest juniors club rowing program in Texas. During her time at DUC, she helped double the size of their high school competitive rowing program, and coached boats that were competitive in the region and regularly qualified boats to compete at Youth Nationals. She’s had more than 30 graduating student-athletes continue to row in college.

A standout collegiate student-athlete, Love was born and raised in Dallas and received her bachelor’s degree in journalism, focusing on strategic communications, from the University of Kansas. While at KU, Love rowed for the Division I rowing program from 2002-06.

December 5, 2014|Sports|

Sports: SMU equestrian team upsets No. 1 ranked and defending national champion Georgia

equestrianEquestrian: It came down to the final ride, but the equestrian team pulled out an upset over top-ranked Georgia at the Sleepy P Ranch on Sunday, Oct. 26. The win helped SMU climb to No. 6 in the latest NCEA poll. The Mustangs and Bulldogs were tied 9-9, but SMU outscored Georgia 1525.25-1350 in raw score. Junior Alex Butterworth earned Most Outstanding Player honors with an 80-68 victory in Hunt seat competition. The Mustangs travel to South Dakota to face South Dakota State on Friday, Oct. 31 and No. 10 New Mexico State on Saturday, Nov. 1.

Screen shot 2014-10-29 at 8.58.43 AMMen’s Basketball: The Mustangs were picked to finish second in the American Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ poll, just two points behind defending conference champion and national champion, UConn. The Huskies received six first place votes, with SMU taking the remaining five. Juniors Nic Moore and Markus Kennedy were selected as unanimous all-conference first team selections. The first AP Poll of the 2014-2015 season will be released on Friday, Oct. 31. SMU begins their season on Nov. 14 at Moody Coliseum against Lamar.

crosscountryCross Country: SMU heads to Tulsa, Oklahoma seeking their fourth straight conference championship in the American Athletic Conference championship on Friday, Oct. 31. The 6K race will begin at 10:00 a.m. CT at the Mohawk Sports Complex. Six Mustangs finished in the top 11 spots in last year’s championship, and coach Cathy Casey was named the conference’s Coach of the Year.

RowingRowing: The rowing team posted a pair of first-place finishes in the Open Double Scull and the First Novice 8+ races at the Head of the Colorado in Austin, Texas on Saturday, Oct. 25. The Mustangs occupied four of the top five spots in the Open Double Scull with crews finishing first, second, fourth and fifth. The victory in Novice 8+ was the second of the season after a win at the Head of the Oklahoma. SMU picked up two more top-three finishes with a second place finish in the Novice 4+ and a third place finish in the Second Novice 8+.

mensgolfMen’s Golf: No. 20 SMU rose two spots in the final round at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate on Tuesday, Oct. 28, finishing ninth overall. Freshman Ben Baxter and junior Bryson Dechambeau led the Mustangs with scores of 223, tying them for 28th individually. SMU struggled in the second round with a team score of 380, but made a 14-stroke turnaround in the final round. The Mustangs play next at the Gifford Collegiate in Newport Beach, California. The three-day event begins Monday, Nov. 3.

womensswimdiveWomen’s Swimming and Diving: The Mustangs are ranked No. 11 in the first College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Poll after a third place finish at the SMU Classic and posting 15 times that ranked in the top-10 in the country. SMU is back in action against Rice on Friday, Oct. 31 at 7:00 p.m. CT and against Houston on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 1:00 p.m. CT at the Mansfield Natatorium.

mensswimdiveMen’s Swimming and Diving: The men’s swimming and diving team opens its 2014-2015 season with the North Texas Swimming A Meet in Frisco, Texas that begins on Friday, Oct. 31 and concludes Sunday, Nov. 2. The Mustangs are coming off a second place finish in the American Athletic Conference championships. SMU  returns seven all-conference performers, and welcomes in an impressive freshman class.

Women’s Tennis: Seven Mustangs will represent the women’s tennis team at the Houston Invitational this weekend beginning on Friday, Oct. 31 with play continuing through Sunday, Nov. 2. The event will feature both singles and doubles and will consist of four-player round-robin draws, all of which will have winners. Sophomores Anna Kate Anderson, Macie ElliottMary Wright and Dasha Sharapova, and juniors Vaszilisza Bulgakova, Yana Erkeeva and Hristina Dishkova will all represent SMU at the invitational.

jenparkWomen’s Golf: The women’s golf team had its best finish on the last day of the Alamo Invitational on Tuesday, Oct. 28, which earned the Mustangs an eighth place finish. Junor Alexandra Rossi and senior Jennifer Park (pictured left) finished the tournament at 3-under for a share of 11th place. The event was their final of the fall, and they will resume play on Sunday, Feb. 8 in the UCF Invitational.

josephMen’s Soccer: A pair of second half goals lifted UConn over No. 24 SMU on Saturday, Oct. 25 in Storrs, Connecticut. The Mustangs are winless in their last three matches and have fallen to fourth place in the American Athletic Conference heading into the final game of the regular season. SMU was outshot 22-11, and freshman goalkeeper Michael Nelson was forced to make eight saves, matching his career high set in a road loss to Tulsa on Wednesday, Oct. 22. Nelson was honored by the American Athletic Conference as a member of the weekly honor roll for the third time this season. The Mustangs led at halftime after freshman midfielder Benjamin Joseph (pictured right) tallied his second goal of the season, but the lead was quickly squandered in the second half. The Mustangs celebrate Senior Night on Saturday, Nov. 1 at Westcott Field against Cincinnati.

soccerseniorsWomen’s Soccer: The women’s soccer team fell to Memphis 4-1 on Senior Day at Westcott Field on Sunday, Oct. 26. Seniors , Rikki Clarke, Olivia Elliott, Shelby Redman, Lauryn Bodden (all pictured left) and Rachael Larson (not pictured) were all recognized after the game for their accomplishments and devotion to the program. Bodden recorded five saves in net. The Tigers got out to a 3-0 lead before the Mustangs could find the net. Freshman midfielder Claire Oates headed in a cross from fellow freshman forward Chinelo Odobulu. SMU will face Temple in the opening round of the American Athletic Conference tournament on Friday, Oct. 31 at 3:30 p.m. CT in Orlando, Florida.

NCAA Football: MEM vs. SMUFootball: SMU was held to just 251 yards of total offense in a 48-10 loss to Memphis at Ford Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 25. The Tigers scored 41 of the first 48 points in the game, storming out to a 21-0 lead and adding another 20 after sophomore running back Prescott Line scored for the Mustangs. SMU enters another off week before traveling to Tulsa, Oklahoma to face off with Tulsa on Saturday, Nov. 8.

heiseVolleyball: The volleyball team recorded 111 digs in a five-set loss to Temple in Philadelphia on Friday, Oct. 24, which ranks seventh in program history. All five SMU attackers finished with at least 10 kills, led by junior Abbey Bybel’s 16. Junior Cailin Bula scored 15, sophomore Kristen Stehling recorded 13, and sophomore Janelle Giordano and senior Caroline Young each posted 10. Acker totaled 54 assists for her 16th double-double of the season, and Bybel tallied 17th digs for her 10th of the year. Young posted her sixth of the year with 12 digs, and Bula earned her first of the season with a career-high 15 digs.

The Mustangs continued their road trip with a 3-1 win over Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut on Sunday, Oct. 26. Sophomore Morgan Heise (pictured above) posted 36 digs, which is good enough for fourth all-time in a match at SMU and American Athletic Conference Defensive Player Of The Week honors. With the win, the Mustangs improved their record to 17-5 and 6-4 in the conference. SMU travels next to New Orleans to face Tulane on Friday, Oct. 31 at 1:00 p.m. CT and complete their road trip in Tulsa, Oklahoma against Tulsa on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 1:00 p.m. CT.

October 31, 2014|Sports|

SMU Basketball set to host ‘Midway Madness’ at the State Fair of Texas on Monday, Oct. 13, 2014

Midway MadnessBasketball: Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams will host “Midway Madness” at the State Fair of Texas on Monday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. The Mustangs will set up a SMU-branded basketball court on Lone Star Boulevard outside the Texas Hall of State. Contests begin on the court at 10:30 a.m. and continue throughout the day with an autograph session from noon-1 p.m.

The men’s team began practice on Monday, Oct. 6 in preparation for their season opener against Lamar in Moody Coliseum on Friday, Nov. 14 at 8:30 p.m. The game is part of a doubleheader that begins with the women’s team tipping off against Northern Colorado at 6 p.m.

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Equestrian: The SMU equestrian team climbed back into the National Collegiate Equestrian Association poll as the 9th-ranked program after an upset over then-No. 8 Texas A&M at Sleepy P Ranch on Saturday, Oct. 4. The Mustangs face defending national champions and No. 1 Georgia on Sunday, Oct. 26 at Sleepy P Ranch.

DechambeauMen’s Golf: Junior Bryson Dechambeau won the Erin Hills Intercollegiate in Erin, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, Oct. 7, and the team finished second behind No. 9 UCLA. The Mustangs held the top spot for a portion of the day, but could not hold off the Bruins. Dechambeau’s victory is the second of his career after a win at the inaugural 2014 American Athletic Conference Championships. SMU is back in action on Monday, Oct. 27 at the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate in Dallas.

Women’s Golf: The SMU women’s golf team claimed a 7th-place finish at the Schooner Fall Classic on Monday, Oct. 6 in Norman, Oklahoma, with a one-under final round. Junior Jenny Haglund led the Mustangs at five-under and tied for 4th in the field. The Mustangs travel next to Austin for the Betsy Rawls Invitational, hosted by the University of Texas. The event begins on Sunday, Oct. 12.

Agnes SjostromCross Country: Sophomore Agnes Sjöström was named the American Athletic Conference’s Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week for her 2nd-place finish at the Notre Dame Invitational on Friday, Oct. 3. The race featured 20 schools and 165 runners. Her time of 16:17.7 set a personal record and ranks as the 2nd-fastest 5K time in SMU history. Sjöström finished just eight seconds behind New Mexico senior Charlotte Arter. The Mustangs finished 8th place overall.

volleyballWomen’s Volleyball: SMU split their weekend American Athletic Conference road matchups over the weekend with a win on Friday, Oct. 3 over Cincinnati and a loss to Memphis on Sunday, Oct. 5. The Mustangs knocked Cincinnati from the unbeaten ranks in the conference with a 3-1 win. Memphis took advantage of an injury to senior Caroline Young, defeating SMU in three straight sets. The Mustangs return home to host Houston on Friday, Oct. 10 in Moody Coliseum at 7 p.m.

Football: The Mustangs fell to No. 22 East Carolina, 45-24, in the Pirates’ American  debut on Saturday, Oct. 4 in Greenville, North Carolina. SMU finished with a season-high 390 yards of offense, led by junior Garret Krstich’s 339 passing yards. Krstich threw two touchdown passes to NCAA Football: Southern Methodist at East Carolinajunior Darius Joseph and kept the Mustangs in the game until late in the 4th quarter. After a missed field goal that would’ve trimmed the Pirate lead to 35-27, ECU scored 10 unanswered points in the final half of the 4th quarter. SMU enters a bye week before Cincinnati visits the Hilltop on Saturday, Oct. 18.

Men’s Soccer: Junior John Lujano was the hero in a 1-1 draw against UCF on Saturday, Oct. 4 in Orlando, Florida. Ahead 1-0, the Knights were signaled for a foul in their own penalty box with just seconds remaining. Lujano stepped up and converted the penalty kick to tie the game. The goal was Lujano’s second converted penalty in as many games. First-year goalkeeper Michael Nelson made five saves and was named to the American Athletic Conference weekly honor roll for the second time this season. He has a 1.08 goals-against-average and has tallied 26 saves this season.

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The Mustangs extended their American Athletic Conference unbeaten streak to six matches with a 2-0 win over Memphis on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at Westcott Field. Freshman Jared Rice tallied a pair of assists and leads the team with five assists this season. The Mustangs are 5-0-1 in their last six games after a rocky 1-3 start. SMU is 2-0-1 in American play and sit atop the conference table. The team’s next game is Saturday, Oct. 11 at noon against Temple at Westcott Field.

lauryn boddenWomen’s Soccer: The SMU women’s soccer team went 0-2 in their Florida road trip with a 3-0 loss to No. 22 UCF on Friday, Oct. 3 and a 2-1 loss to USF on Sunday, Oct. 5. Senior goalkeeper Lauryn Bodden  made her return to the net on Friday after missing the first 11 games to injury. Bodden made five saves against UCF and a career-high 11 saves against USF. The Mustangs carried a 1-0 lead into halftime against the Bulls, but surrendered two goals in the final 15 minutes.

rikki clarkeThe Mustangs rebounded against Temple at home on Thursday, Oct. 9 behind senior Rikki Clarke’s winner in the 20th minute. The goal was the first of the season for the four-year starter. Bodden had four saves in the game, all coming in the final 13 minutes with the Owls attempting to force overtime. SMU returns to action on Sunday, Oct. 12 for a noon tilt against UConn at Westcott Field.

Women’s Tennis: Junior Hristina Dishkova tallied two wins in the final day of the HEB/Under Armour Invitational in Waco, Texas on Sunday, Oct. 5. Dishkova finished the weekend with five overall victories. The Mustangs return to the court Friday, Oct. 10 in the Collin College Fall Open.

October 10, 2014|Sports|
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