Past Articles

  1. Aces Shut Down Express

    Date 29 Jul 2018
    The Reno Aces shutout the Round Rock Express to win their third consecutive game in the four game series. The Aces posted 8 runs with 17 hits in route to the victory.  The Express mustered only two hits and have been out-scored 16 to 1 by the Aces in the series.   Starting Express…

  2. Round Rock Express Jump on Tacoma Rainiers

    Date 24 Jul 2018
    The Round Rock Express had an explosive first inning against the Tacoma Rainiers, scoring four runs in route to a 7-2 win.   Drew Robinson started with a game leadoff home run.  Newcomer Franklin Rollin followed with double, and advanced to third base on a Cliff Pennington single.  Andy Ibanez’s single scored Rollin and…

  3. Dodgers Thrash Express

    Date 15 Jul 2018
    The Round Rock Express (44-49) were pummeled by the Oklahoma City Dodgers (49-40), winning 11-1 on Sunday evening at Dell Diamond.   Round Rock’s lack of runs is perplexing. Four players in the lineup (Carlos Perez, Hanser Alberto, Willie Calhoun and Andy Heineman) have batting averages greater than 0.300  and two players (Drew…

  4. VW Andretti Dominance Continues at Americas Rallycross Austin

    Date 14 Jul 2018
    The Circuit of the Americas (COTA) brought Americas Rallycross (ARX) to Austin this weekend as a teaser for the World Rallycross (WRX) Championship.  ARX, promoted by FIA and IMG Motorsport, was formed to fill that vacancy created by the shuttering of the Global Rallycross Championship earlier this year.  Saturday’s event…

  5. All Star Break Doesn’t Cool Express Bats

    Date 12 Jul 2018
    The four-day All Star break did not diminish the Express’s appetite for Oklahoma City pitching.  Before the break the Express disassembled the Dodgers 18-8.  Tonight the Express (43-46) took-on again the Oklahoma City Dodgers (46-39) and won by a more respectful score of 8-4.   Hanser Alberto led the Express, going…

  6. Tigres over Pachuca in Liga MX Exhibition

    Date 08 Jul 2018
    The Liga MX brought the Club de Fútbol Pachuca (Pachuca) and the Club de Fútbol Tigres de la Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (Tigres UANL) to Central Texas as part of their preseason exhibition.  The Liga MX is the peer of Major League Soccer and the match was a glimpse…

  7. Long Balls Hurt Express

    Date 01 Jul 2018
    As a general rule, you don’t give up five home runs and win the game.  Sunday night was no exception as the Round Rock Express (37-44) took on the Colorado Spring Sky Sox (45-35) in their second of five games.   The Sky Sox’s Nate Orf gave the fans two souvenirs,…

  8. Express Win 7-in-a-Row, Sweep Storm Chasers

    Date 28 Jun 2018
    The Round Rock Express (37-42) extended their winning to seven in a row and swept the Omaha Storm Chasers (36-42) in their final meeting at Dell Diamond.  Round Rock’s Christian Lopes and Tommy Joseph each had two hits, including a home run, and two RBIs.   Eight Express batters got on…

  9. Hitting, Pitching Comes Together: Express over Storm Chasers

    Date 25 Jun 2018
    The win-at-home challenged Round Rock Express (33-43 overall, 13-23 at home) extended their road trip mojo in their first game against the Omaha Storm Chasers (35-39).  The Express previously took 3 of 4 games in a short series against Nashville.  Drew Robinson continued to show himself worthy of returning to…

  10. Pitching Fades Late: Grizzlies over Express

    Date 17 Jun 2018
    We may have gotten a glimpse of the 2018 / 2019 Round Rock Express as they took on the Fresno Grizzlies.  Not because the current Express roster may carryover until next season, but because the Houston Astros may transfer its Player Development Contract from Fresno to Round Rock.  The Grizzlies are…

  11. Late Rally Wins It for Express

    Date 14 Jun 2018
    Something has changed about the Round Rock Express.  The starting pitcher didn’t crater early.  The relief pitchers didn’t melt down.  The batters hung tough.  And the team didn’t checkout when down late in the game.  That’s what happened last night as the Round Rock Express (29-36) took on the Sacramento…

  12. Marlies Roll Over Stars, Lead Series 3-2

    Date 09 Jun 2018
    It was a one-two blow that Texas Stars Head Coach Derek Laxdal called a “gut punch.”   Toronto’s Andreas Johnsson capitalized on a turnover by Brett Regner and went one-on-none against Stars goal Mike McKenna to score the first goal at 1:32 of the game.  And 47 second later Trevor Moore…

  13. Tale of Two Halves: Seawolves over Elite

    Date 08 Jun 2018
    Expectations were high for Friday’s match between the Seattle Seawolves (4-0) and the Austin Elite (3-1).  The undefeated Seawolves were vying with the Glendale Raptors for the top playoff seeding.  The Elite were on a two-game winning streak and trying to solidify their playoff position.   The first half was a…

  14. Stars Dig Deep, Tie Calder Cup Series

    Date 07 Jun 2018
    The Texas Stars skated onto the ice with an edge of urgency.  The Stars were trailing 2-1 in the Calder Cup finals against the Toronto Marlies.  The team has an all-time 2-3 record when down 2-1 in a series, and 0-1 when down 3-1.  The Stars needed a win.   “They…

  15. Marlies Edge Stars, Lead Series 2-1

    Date 05 Jun 2018
    The Toronto Marlies and the Texas Stars earned their way to the American Hockey League Calder Cup Championship Finals by two very different paths.   The Marlies led the AHL during the regular season with an impressive record of 54 wins, 18 losses, 2 overtime losses and 2 shoot-out loses.  They…

  16. Nashville Edges by Round Rock

    Date 03 Jun 2018
    The Round Rock Dance Halls (aka Express) took on the Nashville Honky Tonks (aka Sounds) in the final game of their five-game series.  The Dance Halls had taken three of the first four games.   This game was a team pitching effort.  Nashville sent five pitchers to the mound and Round…

  17. Elite Out Last Warriors Rally

    Date 01 Jun 2018
    The Austin Elite (2-2) took on the Utah Warriors (2-2) in their second meeting of the inaugural Major League Rugby season.  The Warriors beat the Elite in their first meeting 41 – 22.   The Elite took an early led in the match, and maintained that lead against the Warriors in…

  18. Dance Halls out Honky Tonk Nashville

    Date 30 May 2018
    When good pitching meets solid hitting the team usually wins.  That combination has been missing for most of the Round Rock Express games this season.  But Wednesday night the Round Rock Dance Halls (21-31), aka the Express, took on the Nashville Dance Halls (26-24), aka the Sounds, and that combination shined.  …

  19. Stars Take IceHog, Claim Western Conference Championship

    Date 28 May 2018
    The Texas Stars beat the Rockford IceHogs in a tightly battle overtime contest to claim the Robert W. Clarke trophy and the Western Conference Championship.   The contest was as well executed as possible.  Neither team incurred a penalty minute.  The first goal, by Sheldon Dries of Texas, occurred at the mid point…

  20. Elite Limits the Legion

    Date 25 May 2018
    The Austin Elite (1-3) took on the San Diego Legion (2-2) in their first meeting of the official 2018 season.  San Diego won the inaugural exhibition match between the two squads 32-24 in March.   The Elite controlled the match from the initial drop kick.  Tim Guillimin opened the scoring for Austin with…

  21. Smaller Mistakes Sink Express

    Date 23 May 2018
    No one disputes that the Round Rock Express (19-27), and their parent club, the Texas Rangers, are struggling.  Tonight the Express took on the Iowa Cubs (15-28), the worst team in the Pacific Coast League and lost, again.   Pitching and mistakes have been the Express bane.  Tonight was no different.  Three batters hit-by-pitch,…

  22. Defense Dooms Express

    Date 21 May 2018
    Two errors on the same play, four errors in game and a balk are mistakes seen in high school baseball.  But this was the Round Rock Express (18-26) when they took on the Iowa Cubs (14-27) on Monday evening.   The Cubs started the scoring in the top of the third…

  23. AVP Austin Open Re-crowns Champions

    Date 20 May 2018
    Olympic silver medalist April Ross repeated as the Austin Open women’s champion, this time with teammate Alix Klineman.  On the men’s side, Olympic gold medalist Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena repeat last year’s championship.  Ross and Klineman faced No. 6 seed Lane Carico and Karolina Marciniak in the semifinal match,…

  24. AVP Austin Open Advances to Elimination Round

    Date 19 May 2018
    Saturday saw the elimination round of the AVP Austin Open double elimination tournament.  Teams not winning today would wait until June 7th to play again in New York City.   The women’s top seeded team of April Ross and Alix Klineman defeat No. 13 ranked Sarah Day and Nicolette Martin in two…

  25. AVP Austin Open Starts Tournament Play

    Date 18 May 2018
    The 2018 AVP Pro Tour kicked off it first competition of the season with the Austin Open.  Included in this year’s draw are top-tier athletes including two-time Olympian and defending Austin Open champion April Ross, three-time Olympian, defending Austin Open team of Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena, three-time Olympic Gold medalist…

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