Hintz Lifts Stars Past Admirals
Roope Hintz, returning from the Dallas Star, scored the game-winning goal and led the Texas Stars over the Milwaukee Admirals 3-2. The win was Texas’ third in around and fifth in six games.
The Stars jumped to lead with goals by Justin Dowling and Niklas Hansson in the first 4…
Lonnie Walker IV Leads Spurs Past Suns
The Austin Spurs (7-5) took on the struggling Northern Arizona Suns (3-11) in what should have been a one-sided practice session. Instead, the Spurs looked in trouble from the opening minutes.
The Spurs’ 11-point lead evaporated in the first period after a 13-point run by the Suns. Austin was lucky to…
Stars Trounce Admirals in Shoot-Out
The Texas Stars (11-9-1-1), the AHL Central Division’s sixth place team, soundly defeated the Milwaukee Admirals (14-8-3-0), the division’s first place team, 5-1.
The Star scored five consecutive goals before the Admirals scored their solo goal. Commenting on the game, Stars Head Coach Derek Laxdal said “We’re not a real…
Second Half Push puts Clippers over Spurs
The Agua Caliente Clipper engineered a come-from-behind victory to defeat the Austin Spurs, 125-122, in a game that had two very different halves.
The Spurs handily controlled the first halve, taking a 66 – 52 lead into the locker room a halftime. Austin outshot Aqua Caliente 67% to 42% from three-point…
History Made: Texas State Secures First NCAA Tournament Win
For the first time in school history the Texas State (27-6) women’s volleyball team advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. The Bobcats defeated the Rice Owls (24-7) in a tense four-set match (23-25, 25-22, 25-22, 27-25) that could have favored either team.
The victory comes after Texas…
No. 10 Lady Longhorns Top UTSA
The younger sibling hardly ever beats the older. True was the case as the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) took on the University of Texas at Austin (UT). UT(7-0) beat UTSA (3-5) 98-54.
The lop-sided game allowed the 7,000 fourth- through seventh-grade school fans to release some energy. The…
Bobcats Close Disappointing Season
On Sunday the Texas State football team said goodbye to their coach of three years, Everett Withers. On Saturday they said goodbye to their Seniors. Neither was a good parting. The Bobcat (3-9, 1-7 Sun Belt) ended the season with a loss against the Arkansas State Red Wolves (8-4, 5-3…
Amida’s Double-Double Leads Spurs over Red Claws
Amida Brimah, the six-foot ten-inch center for the Austin Spurs, made his presence felt as the Spurs (5-4) defeated the Maine Red Claws (2-6). Amida recorded 5 blocked shots, 12 rebounds and 12 points in route to the 109-104 victory.
This was Brimah’s third double-double, and the most blocked shots,…
Historic Night as OKC Blue Top Austin Spurs
For the first time in the NBA G League an all-female crew officiate a game. Ashley Moyer-Gleich, Toni Patillo and Clare Aubry called a contentious game as the Oklahoma City Blue (6-1) topped the Austin Spurs (2-4) 130-118.
Three OKC Blue players scored double-doubles: Tyler Davis lead the team with…
Stars Skate IceHogs off the Ice
The Texas Stars (7-6-1-1) dominated the Rockford IceHogs (8-6-1-2) in route to a 5-1 victory.
IceHog’s goalie Collin Delia bent but did no break, making 26 saves on 27 shots in the first two periods. The Stars’ Roope Hintz skated like there was no tomorrow and made the first score of…
Moose Edge Stars in Frenetic Finish
In a high-risk attempt to tie the game, Texas Stars Head Coach Derek Laxdal pulled goalie Landon Bow with five minutes left in the game and down by two goals. The Stars scored 45 second later, but were unable to even the score. The Manitoba Moose (8-7-0-0) defeated the Texas…
Season Best Performance, Spurs Over Vipers
The Austin Spurs (2-2) defeated the Rio Grande Valley Vipers (2-2) 114-97 in what statistically their best game of the year.
The Spur shot 58% (42-74) from the field, 45% (10-22) from distance, and were perfect from the foul line (20-20). Conversely, the Vipers struggled, hitting only 40% (37-93) of…
Appalachian State Dominates Texas State
Sun Belt Conference leading Appalachian State Mountaineers (7-2, 5-1 Sun Belt) easily handled the Texas State Bobcats (3-7, 1-5 Sun Belt) winning 38-7. The Mountaineers were recently ranked No. 25 in the country, only the second time a Sun Belt Conference team had cracked that ceiling.
The Mountaineers dominated all…
Spurs Come From Behind for First Win
The Austin Spurs (1-1) overcame a 15-point deficient to defeated the Northern Arizona Sun (2-2) 99-88.
The Spurs struggled until late in the second period when a Jordan Green layup started a 10-point run. Austin continued to chew away at Northern Arizona’s lead, eventually tying the game in the third…
Texas Stars Calendar for Texas Humane Heroes
Players from the Texas Stars Hockey Club enjoyed their time away from practice as they hosted pets from Texas Humane Heroes for their joint 2019 calendar. The calendar will be made available to Texas Stars hockey fans and supported of Texas Humane Heroes.
Texas Humane Heroes is a no-kill shelter…
Austin Spurs Media Day
The Austin Spurs introduced their roster for the 2018-2019 NBA G-League season to the Austin-area media on Wednesday. The team returns as the reigning champions as they begin their thirteen season.
DeJuan Blair is returning to the Spurs. Sort of… The San Antonio Spurs selected Blair with 37th overall pick…
Texas State Secures Conference Volleyball Championship
The Texas State volleyball team secured at least a piece of the regular season Sunbelt Conference championship with their 17th consecutive victory. The win gave the Bobcats their third-longest win streak in program history. It is the second Sun Belt title for Texas State, which won the conference tournament in 2013.
Wolves Break Stars Win Streak
The Chicago Wolves (6-1-0-1) ended the Texas Stars’ (4-2-1-1) three-game win streak by a score of 4-3. Wolves’ goal tender Oscar Dansk withstood a frenetic third period blitz in route to the victory.
The Wolves and the Stars are two of the hottest team in the AHL Central Division. The teams…
Texas Stars go to the Dogs
The Texas Stars Foundation is the official charity of the Texas Stars Hockey Club. The Foundation strives to utilize the talents and resources of the Texas Stars players, families, staff and ownership to enrich the greater central Texas area and military children throughout the United States.
The Texas Stars Foundation…
Raikkonen Wins, Verstappen Stuns, Hamilton Misses
Kimi Raikkonen denied Hamilton his fifth straight win in Austin and a fifth world title in a thrilling contest at Circuit of the Americas.
Raikkonen surged past Hamilton in the first turn and held on to win the United States Grand Prix. It was Raikkonen’s first win in 113 races, dating…
Vettel Slips, Hamilton Soars
After rain-soaked practice runs on Friday, track conditions improved immensely, producing record-breaking lap times in the Qualifying Session. Lewis Hamilton and Valterri Bottas of the Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport team, and Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikonnen of the Suderia Ferrari team broke the track record.
Hamilton and Vettel place first…
Wet Start to F1 US Grand Prix at COTA
Lewis Hamilton tried his best to downplay expectations to the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix, and the weather helped him to put a wet blanket on the prospects.
When asked if all was coming together for a repeat of his four U.S. Grand Prix wins Hamilton responded: “Not particularly, no.”
Stars Explode in Third Period to Top Wild
The Texas Stars (3-1-1-1) overcame a slow start to give the Iowa Wild (3-1-0-0) their first loss of the season. Texas mounted a four-goal third period to earn the 5-4 victory.
Down by two goals Iowa unleashed a massive attack in the final two minutes of the game. A hooking…
Formula 1 Returns to Austin with Similar Plot
Starting in mid-September the Circuit of Americas (COTA) begins a transformation from an empty expanse of paddocks, parking lots and staging areas to become the center of the Formula 1 universe. That transformation culminates this weekend with he seventh consecutive running of the FIA Formula One United States Gran Prix. …
Texas State Falls Again
For the past two seasons the Texas State Bobcats and the Georgia Southern Eagles were the drains at the bottom of the Sun Belt Conference (SBC) football standings.
Georgia Southern (5-1, 3-0 SBC) turned their program around under the leadership of second-year head coach Chad Lunsford. Texas State (1-5, 0-3…
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