See you later: With fans in the stands, Texas baseball cruises past Wildcats, 9-1

For the last time until March 22, Texas fans fell into their green folding seats at UFCU Disch-Falk Field on Wednesday night. And just minutes before they rose in unison for the seventh-inning stretch during the Longhorns’ 9-1 win over Abilene Christian, UT athletics announced that all sporting events will … Read More

Texas 8, Cal State Fullerton 4: Todd’s homer helps Horns complete sweep

Five days before Sunday’s series finale with Cal State Fullerton, Texas racked up a season-high 11 hits. Those swings, though, went without merit in an 8-6 loss to visiting Arizona. Texas had no intention of allowing this weekend to yield similar results. The Longhorns (13–3) surpassed their previous benchmark with … Read More

Texas bounces back, splits doubleheader with No. 10 Louisiana in 2-1 nightcap

As the ball descended back down high above the grass just beyond third base, Reagan Hathaway stopped looking up. She didn’t look back. She only ran. The Texas left fielder rounded third and was only a few feet away from home plate by the time the ball missed the glove … Read More

Texas drops first game of softball doubleheader with 10th-ranked Louisiana, 3-2

While fans showed up to see Texas take on 10th-ranked Louisiana at McCombs Field on Tuesday, the origin of the pitchers’ duel between Miranda Elish and Megan Kleist can be traced back to Eugene, Ore., when they were Oregon Ducks teammates. Both ended up leaving the Oregon program and both … Read More

Texas 2, Boise State 1: Madden pitches unnbeaten Longhorns past Broncos

Ty Madden started and ended his day on the mound Saturday about as well as he could have. When the first pitch rolled off the sophomore’s fingers, Texas fans roared in appreciation. Moments later, Madden retired the Boise State batter on his first strikeout of the afternoon. Eight innings later, … Read More

It wasn’t perfect, but Texas softball stays perfect with 3-2 win over UNT

Texas waited until it was almost too late Wednesday night to bring theatrics to McCombs Field. The few fans who chose college softball by braving the cold, damp weather lingered in the bleachers until the bottom of the seventh inning with the Longhorns trailing and not having scored a run … Read More

Texas 50, West Virginia 44: A bumpy offensive ride, but Horns get back on track

With five seconds left in the first quarter, Texas point guard Sug Sutton spun past a West Virginia defender and accelerated the remaining 70 feet of the floor for a layup to give the Longhorns a double-digit lead. Those in attendance rose to their feet for Sutton, and although the … Read More