The SMU Mustang football team, along with head coach Sonny Dykes, will demonstrate a tougher, more physical defensive game during the 2018 Spring Game on Saturday, April 14. The scrimmage begins at 11 a.m. in Ford Stadium.
> SMUMustangs.com: Mustangs Winding Down Spring But Maintaining Physical Mindset
Gates will open at 10 a.m. and, along with on-field action, fans will be part of a halftime celebration to mark the start of construction of SMU’s Indoor Performance Center. The Mustang Kids’ Zone will be set up in the south end zone, and fans can pick up 2018 schedule magnets and meet the coaches and players after the game.
> SMU Magazine: Game Changer: SMU Indoor Performance Center
Concessions will be available, and Mi Cocina, Bahama Buck’s and Ruthies Rolling Cafe will be on-site. Admission is free, and so is parking in the Moody and Binkley Parking Centers.
The Mustangs open the 2018 season on Sept. 1 at North Texas, before returning to the Hilltop for a Friday night match-up with Metroplex rival TCU on Sept. 7. The Battle for the Iron Skillet will also be SMU’s annual Whiteout Game.
The team will play Michigan in Ann Arbor on Sept. 15 and hosts Houston Baptist on Sept. 29 (Family Weekend) for its final non-conference game.
> Read more from SMUMustangs.com
SMU Tops UMBC 6-1: The #44 SMU Mustang’s Tennis team picked up their 13th win of the season on Tuesday night here at the Turpin Stadium at the SMU Tennis Complex. After beating UMBC, they’ve now extended their win streak to a season-high eight matches. Head Coach Carl Neufeld was especially proud of their dedication throughout the game. On Thursday night, the Mustangs fell in a tight match to #39 Columbia in Turpin Stadium. They’ll be back at it on Saturday against Dartmouth.
Mustangs Kicked Off Spring Practice: Preparations for the 2016 season of SMU Football began on March 15. Fifteen practice sessions will take place over the next four-plus weeks. The practices will culminate in the Spring Game schedule for April 16 at 1 p.m. The game is open to the public and admission is free for all fans. Make sure to be there in support of the second year of the #PonyUpTempo era!
SMU Basketball in the AP Top 25: In the final AP Top 25 poll of the season, SMU came in at No. 24. The Mustangs have been ranked for the 17th consecutive week this season. The team finished with a 25-5 record for the season and placed second in the American conference at 13-5 in league action. Hats off to the SMU Men’s Basketball team for an outstanding season!