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The latest Longhorn news and notes from the Austin American-Statesman.

Football

Longhorn Confidential: 2021 Wide Receivers and Defensive Backs

It’s Thursday, so it’s time to talk recruiting with the American-Statesman’s Danny Davis and Mike Craven. This week, Danny and Mike are taking a look at Texas and the recruitment of receivers, cornerbacks and safeties during the 2021 recruiting cycle. Plus, we are discussing where to eat in Houston in … Read More

Volleyball

Black History Month at Texas: Demetria Sance

Throughout Black History Month, the American-Statesman will take a daily look at the black athletes who have had a lasting impact in Texas’ athletic department. Today, we are writing about volleyball player Demetria Sance. Recruited out of San Antonio, Sance immediately had an impact on the 40 Acres. During her … Read More

Baseball

On Second Thought Ep 170: Texas legend Andre Robertson on playing in the 70s: Houston Chronicle’s John McClain on the Texans, Devin Duvernay

In Episode 170 of the On Second Thought podcast, Longhorn legend Andre Robertson looks back on his most vivid memories — both good and bad — from being the first black Texas scholarship baseball player during the 1970s to his five years in the Major Leagues with the New York … Read More

Swimming & Diving

Black History Month at Texas: Indira Allick

Throughout Black History Month, the American-Statesman will take a daily look at the black athletes who have had a lasting impact in Texas’ athletic department. Today, we are writing about swimmer Indira Allick. In 1991, Tico Clark became the first black letterwinner on the men’s swimming and diving program at … Read More

Women's Basketball

Women’s preview: Texas at No. 25 TCU

Texas at No. 25 TCU When: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Where: Schollmaier Arena TV/radio: Fox Sports Southwest Plus/105.3 FM The Bat About the series: Texas leads 44-4 About the Longhorns: With four games left in the regular season, Texas is the Big 12’s … Read More

Softball

Black History Month at Texas: Janae Jefferson

Throughout Black History Month, the American-Statesman will take a daily look at the black athletes who have had a lasting impact in Texas’ athletic department. Today, we are writing about current softball player Janae Jefferson. Jefferson is only a junior so she has yet to finish writing her chapter in … Read More

Track & Field

Black History Month at Texas: James Means

Throughout Black History Month, the American-Statesman will take a daily look at the black athletes who have had a lasting impact in Texas’ athletic department. Today, we are writing about track and field athlete James Means.  Means participated alongside Oliver Patterson at a track and field meet in College Station … Read More

Men's Basketball

Men’s preview: Texas vs. No. 17 West Virginia

Texas vs. No. 17 West Virginia When: 6 p.m. Monday Where: Erwin Center (capacity 16,540) TV/radio: ESPNU/104.9 The Horn About the series: Texas leads the all-time series 11-9. The Mountaineers humiliated the Horns earlier this season in Morgantown, winning 97-59 … Read More

women's golf

Black History Month at Texas: Tezira Abe

Throughout Black History Month, the American-Statesman will take a daily look at the black athletes who have had a lasting impact in Texas’ athletic department. Today, we are writing about golfer Tezira Abe. Less than a decade ago, Abe became the first black female to golf at Texas. An Angleton … Read More

Softball

Texas softball splits a pair of games, falling for first time this season

The Texas softball team split a pair of games at the Texas Invitational, finally falling for the first time this season. Texas scored 12 runs to outlast Lipscomb in its first game and fell to Duke 1-0 to cap the night. Peyton St. George pitched a complete game for Duke, … Read More

Tennis

Texas women’s tennis falls to Stanford at home

Emma Higuchi defeated Marta Perez Mur in straight sets to clinch a Stanford win over Texas on the way to a 4-3 final at the Texas Tennis Center on Saturday. The No. 3 Longhorns dropped the doubles point and No. 12 Stanford won three of the next four singles matches. Read More

Track & Field

Black History Month at Texas: Michelle Carter

Throughout Black History Month, the American-Statesman will take a daily look at the black athletes who have had a lasting impact in Texas’ athletic department. Today, we are writing about track and field star Michelle Carter. Only four Longhorns have won ever individual gold medals at … Read More

Softball

Texas softball stays undefeated to start Texas Invitational

The Texas softball team earned a pair of run-rule wins to open the Texas Invitational at McCombs Field on Friday afternoon. The No. 4 Longhorns defeated Lipscomb 12-0 in five innings before topping North Dakota State 10-0 in five innings. The wins give Texas 10 run-rule victories in the Longhorns’ … Read More

Men's Basketball

Men’s preview: Texas at Kansas State

Texas at Kansas State When: 1 p.m. Saturday Where: Bramlage Coliseum (capacity 12,528) TV/radio: CBS/104.9 The Horn About the series: Kansas State leads the all-time series 22-17. The Longhorns won the previous matchup on Jan. 11 in Austin 64-50. Matt … Read More

Women's Basketball

Women’s preview: Texas vs. Kansas State

Texas vs. Kansas State When: 12 p.m. Saturday Where: Erwin Center TV/radio: Longhorn Network/105.3 FM The Bat About the series: Texas leads 23-16 About the Wildcats: Nationally, Kansas State ranks sixth in rebounding (44.3 per game) and 11th in … Read More

Baseball

How did Boise State end up on the Texas baseball team’s schedule?

For the first time this season, Texas’ baseball team will spend a weekend at home. Over the past few years, Rice, Louisiana-Lafayette and Purdue have participated in the first weekend series at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. Marquee programs like Stanford, Houston and Texas Tech are in the Austin area this weekend, … Read More

Baseball

Black History Month at Texas: Andre Robertson

Throughout Black History Month, the American-Statesman will take a daily look at the black athletes who have had a lasting impact in Texas’ athletic department. Today, we are writing about baseball player Andre Roberston.  Once a 155-pound quarterback from West Orange High, Robertson originally thought he’d play football at Texas. Read More

Soccer

Texas women’s soccer team announces spring schedule

The Texas women’s soccer team announced its spring schedule on Thursday and just one contest will be played at home. Texas will host Monterrey at 7 p.m. at Myers Stadium on Fri., March 6 before hitting the road for four games. The Longhorns will take on the Houston Dash, St. Read More

Golf

Texas men’s golf team wins The Prestige, Soosman takes third place

The Texas men’s golf team shot 832 overall to win The Prestige title at the Greg Norman Course at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif., on Wednesday. The No. 7 Longhorns shot 278 in the final round to finish 20 under par overall, six strokes ahead of top-ranked Pepperdine. Spencer … Read More

Football

Longhorn Confidential: 2021 Running Backs and Linebackers

It’s Thursday, so it’s time to talk recruiting with the American-Statesman’s Danny Davis and Mike Craven. This week, Danny and Mike are taking a look at Texas and the recruitment of running backs and linebackers during the 2021 recruiting cycle. Plus, four-star defensive lineman Landon Jackson talks about his recruitment. Read More