Sports: SMU Athletics on the Rise

footballcalendar2016 SMU Football Schedule Released: The 2016 SMU Football schedule has been released and includes home games with TCU, Houston and Memphis. Be looking out for the match-up of SMU vs. TCU on September 23, 2016.

SMU Men’s Soccer Team adds ten for 2016: Head Coach Kevin Hudson has announced that ten new players will be joining the SMU Men’s Soccer Team in 2016. These players will join the ranks of a team which ended the season with a 15-3-4 record, an American Athletic Conference regular season title and an NCAA Sweet Sixteen appearance. Hudson believes the elite group of new players will immediately make the team better.

Feb 7, 2016; Tampa, FL, USA; Southern Methodist Mustangs guard Nic Moore (11) shoots a three pointer against the South Florida Bulls during the second half at USF Sun Dome. SMU defeated South Florida 93-59. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Nic Moore named to Wooden Award Late Season Top 20: SMU senior Nic Moore, the reigning American Athletic Conference Player of the Year, was named to the John R. Wooden Award Late Season Top 20. This prestigious honor recognizes the top player in the country. Moore is also one of the ten finalists for the Bob Cousey Award and was named to the Naismith and Oscar Robertson Trophy Watch Lists.

SMU Head Football Coach Chad Morris builds team with Texas recruits: Chad Morris prepares for his second season on the job by assembling a recruiting class entirely from Texas. Morris prides himself on the accomplishment and wants to continue to build the team through Texas recruits. Texas has always been a large and competitive recruiting state but Morris has yet to back down from any challenges thrown his way.

spike2Aaron “Spike” Davis named to US Eagles Rugby Team: SMU football alumnus, Aaron “Spike” Davis has been called up to the USA Men’s Eagles Rugby Team in preparation for the Americans Rugby Championship Match. The match will be played on Saturday, February 13th against Canada at the Dell Diamond in Austin, Texas. Davis played for the SMU Football team for four years and participated in mini-camps with the Green Bay Packers and the Washington Redskins before transitioning to rugby.