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Sports editor reflects on reporting, leadership, memes
December 4, 2015
Sports editor Jori Epstein recalls 1,178 days on staff.
Horns must treat Baylor as a rival to chance an upset
December 4, 2015
That sense of rivalry is exactly what Texas needs to stand a chance Saturday. The team heads to Waco as 21-point underdogs.
Perrin loses “interim” title, receives two-year contract extension
December 4, 2015
University President Gregory Fenves extended Mike Perrin’s contract as the men’s athletic director through 2017–18 on Thursday.
Royal continues fundraising effort at 90
November 12, 2015
Friends, family, celebrities and Alzheimer’s researchers flocked to Edith Royal’s 90th birthday party last week.
Longhorns need to learn from Malik Jefferson’s attitude
November 5, 2015
With the Longhorns’ record at 3-5, rumors spread about players transferring. Freshman linebacker Malik Jefferson dispelled them — he is the perfect player to lead a turnaround.
Texas buys out Patterson in $3 million deal
November 5, 2015
The University released its final contract with former athletic director Steve Patterson on Wednesday.
Texas must focus mentally to continue winning
October 22, 2015
Head coach Charlie Strong has preached mental focus and core values his whole career. But the principle took on additional importance in 2015.
Longhorn mascot Bevo XIV dies after 11 years of service
October 19, 2015
In hindsight, Bryant McKenzie says, it makes sense. For months, Bevo XIV had stopped eating as much. McKenzie and the longhorn’s other handlers thought Bevo XIV was trying to outsmart them.
Texas must plug leak to stay afloat at Red River Rivalry
October 6, 2015
Texas’ freshmen show great potential for Texas’ future. But the class must join upperclassmen to compete Saturday.
Tejas Club hosts Lance Armstrong in weekly speaker series
October 2, 2015
Lance Armstrong has battled cancer, biked for hours on end and lost claim to seven Tour de France titles.
Longhorns need to quell third quarter struggles
September 24, 2015
Texas’ defense knows its third-quarter pressure falls short. Now, the rising action begins with conference play against Oklahoma State on Saturday.
Confusion rampant on offensive line
September 11, 2015
The 2015 Texas offensive line, even with new blood, should be miles ahead of the talent level it showed against Notre Dame.
Column: Athletics paves way for transgender policies
September 9, 2015
Xiaomin Xue always felt like something was off. It wasn’t until Xue, a physical culture and sports senior, came to the 40 Acres – still identifying as female – that he learned about the transgender and LGBT community.
Stat Gal: Johnathan Gray needs to get more touches
September 8, 2015
In Texas’ 38-3 loss to No. 9 Notre Dame on Saturday, the Horns set FBS records for their inability to produce offense.
Horns’ full roster touts better luck than in 2014
September 4, 2015
Texas is in a much better place than it was one year ago, according to sports editor Jori Epstein.
2015 schedule breakdown
August 12, 2015
Sports Editor Jori Epstein breaks down the 2015 football schedule.
Other football-related news while you were away
August 3, 2015
From some angry boosters to the extra bucks in student athletes’ pockets, Texas Athletics has been abuzz while students were away for summer. To catch you up, here are four things to know before heading back to the 40 Acres.
In athletics department 'reorganization,' longtime staffer John Bianco to leave University
June 16, 2015
In an announcement on a “reorganization of its communication division” Monday, Texas Athletics released John Bianco, Texas’ longtime associate athletics director for football media relations.
Students' social media activities have real-life consequences
March 25, 2015
Students are still responsible for comments made on social media.
Austin's 'street community' deserves respect
February 17, 2015
The local homeless community doesn't deserve the disrespect and abuse it faces on a daily basis, says columnist Jori Epstein.
Texas finishes losing season with loss to Arkansas in AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl
December 30, 2014
For Texas, Monday night epitomized head coach Charlie Strong’s first year struggles and sophomore quarterback Tyrone Swoopes’ inconsistent play.
Texas faces Arkansas in AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl Monday night
December 28, 2014
For Texas head coach Charlie Strong, Monday’s night bowl game marks a career milestone.
Texas will play Arkansas in AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl
December 7, 2014
Texas accepted its invitation to play in the 2014 AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl on December 29 in Houston.
Even at regular season’s end, offense still looks inexperienced
December 1, 2014
Heading into the home matchup against BYU in September, Texas’ offensive line made headlines.
Athletic Boykin leads surprising Horned Frogs
November 26, 2014
In 2013, Boykin became the first TCU player ever to tally a 100-yard rushing game, 100-yard receiving game and 200-yard passing game.
SEC efforts to halt Texas-Texas A&M bowl game detrimental to school spirit
November 24, 2014
It was already a beautiful day: sunny, 70 degrees and a cool breeze after days of thunderstorms. College Station almost could have been nice. Except that it’s College Station.
When giving thanks, also give two dollars to The Challenger
November 19, 2014
Guest columnist Jori Epstein explains the concept behind The Challenger, a street newspaper dedicated to empowering people in need.
Freshman wide receiver makes impact early
November 17, 2014
Freshman wide receiver Armanti Foreman has established himself as a presence on Texas’ offensive and special teams units.
Oklahoma State’s Jacobs motivated by family, pain in breakout season
November 13, 2014
At season’s start, sophomore linebacker Seth Jacobs was excited.
Freshman Andrew Beck exhibits versatility in first year
November 12, 2014
In the multi-faceted world of Texas football training, coaches hold an all-freshmen practice each preseason to identify young talent.
Offensive line practices, plays big
November 10, 2014
Texas’ offensive line doesn’t do anything on a small scale.
Transfer Trickett enjoying success at final destination
November 6, 2014
Clint Trickett travels south without any memories or expectations. After transferring to West Virginia in 2013, Trickett will make his Austin debut Saturday.
Clearer vision helps Mykkele Thompson
November 3, 2014
Although senior safety Mykkele Thompson hasn’t missed a game in his four years at Texas, a few of his competitions are a little hazy.
Adversity all too familiar for Texas Tech's Fehoko
October 30, 2014
Fehoko sees the contest with the Longhorns as an opportunity for Tech to redeem itself after last week’s debacle.
Texas fails to live up to standards
October 27, 2014
Although head coach Charlie Strong first came to Texas in January, he understands traditions that date back long before his arrival.
Oklahoma State sues Texas coach Joe Wickline
October 24, 2014
Joe Wickline, Texas’ offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, thought he was done dealing with Oklahoma State administrators in January when he left Stillwater, Oklahoma, to work for Texas.
Kansas State's Waters making move from JUCO to FBS look easy
October 23, 2014
Like many Wildcats, the senior signal caller’s collegiate career didn’t start in Manhattan, Kansas, but rather in Council Bluffs, Iowa, at Iowa Western Community College.
As a starter and scholarship player, Haines reflects on walk-on days
October 20, 2014
The first time defensive coordinator Vance Bedford called Dylan Haines’ name on the first-team list, Haines, a redshirt sophomore defensive back, thought Bedford had made a mistake.
Richardson carries Cyclones, sets school records
October 16, 2014
Learn more about Iowa State QB Sam B. Richardson.
The Red River Rivalry, from a fan’s perspective
October 12, 2014
At the Red River Rivalry, it’s always the rivalry that stands out the most.
Dallas-area Longhorns excited to return home for Red River Showdown
October 9, 2014
For years, in Garland, just 25 miles from Cotton Bowl Stadium, a Longhorn football hopeful watched the emblematic Red River Rivalry matchup with elation.
Stoops relishes Red River Rivalry
October 7, 2014
For Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops, the hype surrounding the Red River Rivalry is nothing new.
Senior linebacker Steve Edmond puts in the time to achieve success
October 6, 2014
Although Texas’ 2-3 record doesn’t quite reflect it, the Longhorn defense stands strong this season.
Baylor's Hager returns to Austin to face father's alma mater
October 2, 2014
Bryce Hager didn’t receive an offer from Texas as a high school senior, but he dwells among Longhorns when he visits home.Hager’s father, Britt, played for Texas from 1985-88.
Freshman Jason Hall making early season impact
September 30, 2014
When asked about freshman safety Jason Hall, teammates and coaches consistently mention the same trait: Hall’s energy.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell meets with Charlie Strong
September 29, 2014
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell met with Texas head coach Charlie Strong to seek his advice on the moral dilemmas plaguing the league.
Heeney relishes Kansas spotlight, leads by example
September 25, 2014
Kansas’ Ben Heeney knows he can’t hide — not on the field, not in the locker room and not on campus. Wherever he goes, someone is always watching.
Senior cornerback Quandre Diggs internalizes recent upsets
September 25, 2014
Although football is often characterized by its physicality and aggression, senior cornerback Quandre Diggs often internalizes the psychological factors.
Top-10 teams struggle in week 4
September 22, 2014
While Texas rested its feet this weekend, underdogs around the country gave top-10 opponents a run for their money.
Like all fifth-year players, wide receiver John Harris wants to finish his career strong
September 17, 2014
In some ways, senior wide receiver John Harris’ story is the same as that of many of his teammates.
Concussions end junior quarterback David Ash’s career
September 17, 2014
Texas head coach Charlie Strong announced Wednesday evening that junior quarterback David Ash will no longer play football after suffering his third concussion earlier this season.
SEC continues football domination despite Oklahoma win
September 15, 2014
Get caught up on the latest happenings in the college football world.
Jack of all trades: UCLA athlete plays both ways
September 11, 2014
As a freshman in 2013, Myles Jack played in 13 games and started in 12 as linebacker. Not only does he boast more starting experience than Texas’ entire offensive line, his experience ranges more broadly than any player on Texas’ entire team.
Texas’ game against UCLA will gauge success of 'parent-child' relationship
September 11, 2014
Defensive coordinator Vance Bedford has some advice for the Longhorns: Take a look in the mirror.
Among inexperienced offensive line, Malcolm Brown sees need for leader
September 8, 2014
As a four-year starter and offensive presence on the team, senior running back Malcolm Brown knew he’d need to be a leader this season. What he didn’t know was how inexperienced an offensive line he’d be leading.
NCAA assesses misdemeanors, delivers consequences
September 8, 2014
Head coach Charlie Strong isn’t the only one pushing suspensions and dismissals in an effort to clean up a football program.
Report: LB Deoundrei Davis no longer on the football team
September 5, 2014
Linebacker Deoundrei Davis is no longer on the football team, according to reports Friday afternoon. Davis, a redshirt freshman from Cypress, spent last year sidelined to finish rehab for a high school knee injury. He was the only player not to receive medical clearance as of July 22 and has never played nor suited up for a game.
Quarterback Hill leads BYU against Texas
September 5, 2014
Imagining his ideal outcome for each game, Hill sets goals that generally fade away alongside the minutes on the clock—until last year’s BYU-Texas matchup, when Hill’s 259 rushing yards helped earn a 40-21 victory for BYU.
Texas defense ready to redeem itself against BYU
September 3, 2014
If the Texas defensive linemen could erase one memory from their college football experiences, it would be their time in the locker room in Provo, Utah, last fall.
Redshirt freshman Erick Evans emerges from his brother’s shadow ready to play
August 28, 2014
It wasn’t clear, at first, whether Erick Evans, redshirt freshman running back, made the North Texas football team because of his skill or his connections.
Strong’s 2014 recruiting class expected to see field Saturday
August 27, 2014
Between a handful of injuries and two handfuls of suspended players over the past few years, the Texas football staff has learned to rely on more than just veteran players alone.
Defensive tackle Malcom Brown in place to lead defensive line
August 26, 2014
When the Longhorns hit the field Saturday, a few things will be different for junior defensive tackle Malcom Brown.
After two injury-laden seasons, Hicks ready to return strong
August 25, 2014
After playing in all 25 games his freshman and sophomore seasons, senior linebacker Jordan Hicks and his role on the team took a sudden plunge.
Column: Texas’ latest punishments harsher than other Big 12 policies
August 4, 2014
Texas head coach Charlie Strong has vowed to “put the T back in Texas” — toughness, trust, togetherness and team, as he professed during Big 12 Media Days in Dallas.
Column: Turnaround of men's basketball program leads to Myles Turner commitment
May 1, 2014
When Texas hit a bump in the road in the 2012-13 season, it needed to rebuild its chemistry, its school confidence and its recruiting program.
Texas volleyball downs New Mexico State in home exhibition match
April 13, 2014
Proving her All-American dominance doesn’t fade in the spring, junior outside hitter Haley Eckerman led the Longhorns to a 4-1 victory over New Mexico State in this weekend’s exhibition match.
Column: The key to Texas’ ‘One Shining Moment’
April 10, 2014
There are few things more exciting than watching David Barrett’s rendition of “One Shining Moment” each April.
Rebounding from injuries, Ashley Roberts dreams of coaching
April 8, 2014
Season-ending injuries are always devastating.
Longhorn recruit Ariel Atkins to play in All-American Game on Wednesday night
April 1, 2014
It all started at recess.
Women’s basketball's first tournament victory since 2008 sets up second round date with Maryland
March 25, 2014
Texas’ perfect 18-for-18 foul-shooting performance, en route to a 79-61 win over 12th-seeded Penn (22-7, 12-2 Ivy League), proved that free throws can make the difference between winning and losing.
No. 5 Texas takes on No. 12 Penn in Sunday’s March Madness game
March 20, 2014
It hasn’t hit sophomore center Imani McGee-Stafford that she’s playing in the NCAA Tournament for the first time.
Women's basketball to face Penn on Sunday in NCAA Tournament
March 18, 2014
The Longhorns have put on their dancing shoes as they head to the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament for a date with No. 12 Penn, which will take place Sunday in College Park, Md.
No. 5 seed Texas to take on No. 12 Penn in Sunday's NCAA Tournament game
March 17, 2014
The Longhorns have put on their dancing shoes with a No. 5 seed as they head to the Big Dance for a date with No. 12 Penn. And head coach Karen Aston says they’re putting in their all.
Women's basketball tops Oklahoma, faces West Virginia in Big 12 semifinals
March 9, 2014
Before Saturday, sophomore center Imani McGee-Stafford hadn’t won a Big 12 Tournament game.
Texas women’s basketball heads to Phillips 66 Big 12 Women’s Championship
March 7, 2014
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From team manager to walk-on, senior guard Helen Tau found her way on the court
March 6, 2014
When senior guard Helen Tau suits up before each game, she doesn’t worry about playing time.
After beating Texas Tech on Saturday, women’s basketball faces No. 15 Oklahoma State
March 3, 2014
Back in January, Texas fought valiantly against then-No. 11 Oklahoma State in an attempt to open conference play with a win.
Multi-talented Nekia Jones, Texas to host TCU
February 25, 2014
Most collegiate basketball players keep their focus on a basketball, but freshman forward Nekia Jones isn’t like most players.
McGee-Stafford posts 26 in women's basketball's third straight loss
February 24, 2014
Playing an overaggressive, undisciplined defense Saturday night, Texas sent the Cyclones to the charity stripe repeatedly.
Longhorns to face OU, ready for blood
February 18, 2014
It never feels great, but sometimes a team needs a taste of blood to find motivation.
Texas must rise to the challenge of No. 7 Baylor
February 13, 2014
As losses become memories of the past, Texas’ improvement is evident in its conference schedule.
Davenport’s growth fuels Texas’ Big 12 success
February 11, 2014
Sophomore guard Empress Davenport has left her nerves behind. She’s grown into her position on the court, not just adjusting to but also excelling at her role.
Sanders’ energy drives Texas’ Big 12 chase as it looks to Iowa State
February 7, 2014
When sophomore guard Brady Sanders suits up for each game, she knows she owes more than 40 minutes of play to her teammates.
Texas extends home-game win streak with 88-51 victory over Texas Tech
February 6, 2014
Texas overpowered a slow defense Wednesday night to smother Texas Tech, 88-51.
Enemkpali scores 19 as Longhorns fall to No. 9 Baylor
February 3, 2014
Though junior forward Nneka Enemkpali grabbed 15 boards to complement 19 points, Texas (14-7, 5-4) couldn’t maintain its halftime lead against No. 9 Baylor (18-3, 8-1).
Despite win streak, Barnes cautions against 'drinking the poison'
February 3, 2014
When freshman point guard Isaiah Taylor entered the locker room at Saturday’s halftime, he had much to be proud of: 11 points on 4-for-6 shooting.
Women’s basketball will look to win two straight on the road at Baylor
January 30, 2014
Entering the round-robin series against Baylor last year, head coach Karen Aston knew hopes were lost.
Women’s basketball looks to sweep Kansas, grab first Big 12 road win
January 28, 2014
Karen Aston team hasn't yet figured out how to win on the road.
Enemkpali’s 21 rebounds help raise women's basketball above No. 18 West Virginia
January 26, 2014
Texas (13-6, 4-3 Big 12) topped West Virginia, 66-63 at the Frank Erwin Center on Saturday, handing the Mountaineers only their third loss of the season.
Women's basketball falls to TCU for first time in program history
January 20, 2014
Struggling with poor first-half defense and 26 turnovers, the Longhorns suffered their first loss against TCU in program history.
Texas tops Texas A&M and Memphis, falls to Syracuse at Paradise Jam
December 1, 2013
When sophomore guard Brady Sanders subbed in with 2:31 left Thursday night, the Longhorns were down 21 points to Syracuse.
Texas forfeits first half lead, falls to No. 6 Stanford
November 24, 2013
Jogging off the court with her teammates Saturday, sophomore center Imani McGee-Stafford headed to the locker room with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Texas women’s basketball aims to cut 25-year losing streak against Stanford
November 22, 2013
Texas hasn’t topped No. 6 Stanford in a meeting since the Sweet 16 round of the 1988 NCAA tournament.
Texas adjusts to NCAA rule changes aimed at offensive freedom
November 14, 2013
Fans watch basketball because it’s fast.
Texas Women’s Basketball remains undefeated after a 96-42 victory over Texas State
November 14, 2013
In what head coach Karen Aston called “more of a complete game” than the team’s season opener, Texas beat Texas State 96-42 in the Longhorns’ highest scoring game since 2010.
Longhorns win fourth straight match over UTSA, open season with win
November 10, 2013
With the help of UTSA shooting 2-for-30 from the three-point line in Austin on Sunday, Texas started the season on the right foot, defeating the Roadrunners 63-42.
McGee-Stafford and women’s basketball open season with focus
November 8, 2013
Head coach Karen Aston and Texas women’s basketball have set a mantra for the 2013-14 season: Own it.
Dallas Cowboys: A Hopeful Fan's Season Prediction
September 8, 2013
I try to defend the Cowboys as America’s team. I try to tout their five Superbowl titles and steadfast legacy. But all of this was before my lifetime. I need something to work with.
Being a Longhorn is a lifelong affair
August 5, 2013
Be it through Texas Exes, athletic loyalty or the simple acknowledgment later in life that UT aided our success, it’s important to give credit to our alma mater.
Texas' season ends with 2-1 loss to Tennessee in Women's College World Series
June 3, 2013
Texas fell to Tennessee 2-1 in the Women's College World Series semifinal game Sunday evening to end its eason 51-10. No. 7 seed Tennessee propelled a first inning home run and a bases-loaded walk into a victory over Texas' sole home run.
Bruins’ stellar performance leads Texas to a 6-3 victory to open the World Series
May 31, 2013
When the No. 4 Longhorns stepped onto the Women’s College World Series field in Oklahoma City, they didn’t expect anything, other than the weather, to be a breeze. JOri But something among the burnt orange felt different en route to the Longhorns’ 6-3 victory.
No. 6 softball heads to Stillwater for last regular conference series
May 2, 2013
Texas hits Stillwater this weekend for a battle of the oranges.
No. 7 Texas sweeps Texas Tech in conference play
April 29, 2013
When junior catcher Mandy Ogle threw out her tenth base-stealer this season against Oklahoma last weekend, she was on a roll.
Texas drops weekend series to OU after falling short on Sunday
April 22, 2013
When Keilani Ricketts stepped onto McCombs Field Friday, she was ready to show No. 6 Texas why her team is No. 1.
Texas sweeps Iowa State, extends win streak to 15 games
April 14, 2013
The No. 6 Longhorns swept Iowa State (18-22, 3-6) this week to improve to 38-4, remain undefeated in conference play and extend their winning streak to 15 games.
Years of experience boost Ogle to expert status behind the plate
April 9, 2013
Bounce it off the chest, pass it on, use an arm instead of a hand, keep it going.
Softball takes two more against Western Kentucky
April 7, 2013
Nobody’s perfect, but the Texas softball team keeps coming pretty close.
Softball has a strong underclassmen showing against Texas Southern
April 5, 2013
As the second half of the season unfolds, the young talent shows promise for next year.
Schmidt sisters face off in Texas v. McNeese State game
April 1, 2013
When Torie Schmidt’s family enters Red & Charline McCombs Field on Tuesday, they won’t be donning their usual burnt orange gear.
No. 8 softball opens second Big 12 series with victory
March 29, 2013
In a game of records for No. 8 Texas, starting off the season 3-0 wasn’t one of them. The squad has opened with a trio of victories for four straight seasons now — but only tonight’s featured a program-high nine stolen bases.
Consistency raises Taylor Thom to softball legend
March 20, 2013
Amidst the swishing blonde ponytail and piercing blue eyes, Thom consistently displays a smile and character that motivate her teammates.
No. 10 Texas closes third win over Ragin' Cajun this week
March 7, 2013
Four days after beating Louisiana-Lafayette, the Longhorns swept the Ragin’ Cajuns in a doubleheader at home, 9-4 and 7-1, grabbing their third and fourth straight wins over a Top 20 team for the first time since 2007 on Wednesday.
Longhorns rematch Ragin’ Cajun for doubleheader
March 5, 2013
Texas Softball plays University of Louisiana today at 5.
No. 5 Texas softball to face ranked opponents in Citrus Classic
February 28, 2013
After escaping the eighth inning with a victory against No. 21 Tulsa last weekend, the Longhorns head to Kissimmee, Fla., for the Citrus Classic.
Longhorn softball avenges first season loss with 1-0 championship victory over Tulsa
February 25, 2013
After both Texas and No. 24 Tulsa were held scoreless in the first seven innings of Sunday’s Texas Classic championship, Gabby Smith singled up the middle to bring Stephanie Ceo home for the win.
Undefeated softball hosts final home tournament this season
February 21, 2013
When Lamar, Tulsa and Utah State step onto Red and Charline McCombs Field this weekend, they’ll have a tough time beating the tournament’s host.
Longhorns shut-out Huskies in 12th straight victory
February 20, 2013
After Kim Bruins struck out two batters and another fouled out, Texas quickly found its way to the plate in the first inning.
Undefeated No. 6 softball faces Houston Baptist
February 19, 2013
After traveling to Houston for the Hilton Houston Plaza Invitational last weekend, the No. 6 Longhorns now welcome their southern neighbors at home.
No. 6 softball enters Hilton Houston Plaza Invitational undefeated
February 14, 2013
The Longhorns are looking beyond their comfort zone for game seven, competing in their first away games of the season at the Hilton Houston Plaza Invitational.
5-0 Softball looks to reclaim edge over Stephen F. Austin
February 12, 2013
Strong season starts aren’t anything new for Texas. The 2011 and 2012 Longhorn opens both recorded 10-0, with last weekend’s 5-0 start well on its way to follow suit.
Texas clinches Texas Classic championship with 5-4 victory over North Texas
February 10, 2013
Softball wins Texas Classic championship with 5-0 season start.
Blaire Luna notches fifth career no-hitter
February 8, 2013
With right fielder Jamise Jackson up to bat at the top of the seventh, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi hoped to redeem itself.
Texas softball opens season against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
February 7, 2013
The game will commence the weekend Texas Classic tournament that also hosts North Texas and Memphis.
Hoagland takes one last shot at Women's College World Series
February 1, 2013
Although she shares a name with fellow Taylors — Thom and King — Hoagland, a senior, has no trouble distinguishing herself when she steps up to the plate.
Blaire Luna leads Longhorns by example
January 31, 2013
Senior Blaire Luna plays a pivotal role on the softball team not only as a star pitcher, but also as a teacher and role model.
Longhorns post 17 top-five finishes in Arkansas
January 28, 2013
Interim head coach Rose Brimmer and her team of Longhorns welcomed 87 points to finish third at Arkansas’ Razorback Invitational Friday and Saturday.
Women’s track and field compete in two-day Razorback Team Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark.
January 24, 2013
Twenty-three teammates will join sophomore Kaitlin Petrillose to represent No. 13 Texas.
Women’s track and field leaves Leonard Hilton Memorial with six victories
January 21, 2013
No. 14 Longhorns hauled in individual victories in focused harmony.
Longtime assistant coach Rose Brimmer becomes women’s track and field interim head coach, volunteer Michelle Freeman to become assistant coach
January 16, 2013
When women’s athletics director Chris Plonsky told Rose Brimmer she would become interim head coach upon Beverly Kearney’s resignation.
No.14 Texas wins six events in Birmingham
January 14, 2013
Women’s Track & Field, ranked at No. 14, had to face 11 top teams before finishing with multiple wins.
November 20, 2012
“Twenty-eight minutes ago — sirens in Jerusalem. Ran to shelter. Now we are out and on the way to a shiyur [educational field trip]. The rocket landed…”