Hot Links: Swimmers and divers dominate Houston at home

Schellas HyndmanSMU Men’s Soccer Coach Schellas Hyndman (left) was named this year’s recipient of the Mike Berticelli Excellence in Coaching Education Award at the recent National Soccer Coaches Association of America convention in Baltimore. Read more.

The No. 13 women’s swimming and diving team won 11 of 13 events over conference rival Houston in SMU’s Perkins Natatorium Jan. 19. Read more.

First-year runner Samantha Means won the 3000m at the Texas Tech Invitational Jan. 19, the Mustangs’ first indoor meet of the year. Read more.

Men’s Basketball Coach Matt Doherty broadcasts live every Monday night at 7 p.m. from Ten Sports Grill. “Inside College Hoops with Matt Doherty” airs on KAAM 770 AM. Listen online.

Hot Links: Coaches in the spotlight, Players of the Week

Bruno GuardaHead Coach Phil Bennett talks football at the next Lunch with the Coach at noon Sept. 24 (UTEP Week) in the Hall of Champions, third floor, Loyd All-Sports Center. The cost is $12 for Mustang Club members, $20 for nonmembers. RSVP to Hayley Shalley, 8-2582. Read more.

The Friends of SMU Soccer present the 3rd annual Schellas Hyndman Golf Extravaganza Sept. 24 at Hackberry Country Club in Irving. Register online or call 8-4084 for more information.

Junior placekicker Thomas Morstead has been named the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance during SMU’s victory over North Texas Sept. 8. Morstead punted five times for 278 yards, giving him a 55.6 yard punting average, the fourth-highest single-game average in SMU history. He also had a career-long 72-yard punt, which ties for the 10th-longest at SMU. Read more.

Junior midfielder and captain Bruno Guarda (right) has been named the Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week in men’s soccer. Guarda scored a goal and was credited with an assist in the No. 8 Mustangs’ 5-1 defeat of No. 3 Virginia Sept. 7 in the first round of the SMU Mi Cocina Classic. Guarda also was named Tournament MVP. Read more.