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    Tennis ends three-match road trip flat in 7-0 loss to Sooners

Tennis ends three-match road trip flat in 7-0 loss to Sooners

North Texas traveled to Norman, Oklahoma for their third road match in five days Wednesday evening, this time against the University of Oklahoma. Last year, North Texas fell short, but came close, in a 4-3 defeat against the Sooners. This time around, the match took a turn for the worst

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    Key takeaways from softball’s opening weekend

Key takeaways from softball’s opening weekend

Softball played the Mardi Gras Classic last week in Monroe, Louisiana, working with several new tools in three games. The Mean Green left Monroe with one win and two losses along with plenty of takeaways. Defense This was the focal point of the team after head coach Tracey Kee headed

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    Clutch stats back up close game success for men’s basketball

Clutch stats back up close game success for men’s basketball

Men’s basketball is seemingly always in close games. In fact, so far in Conference USA play, literally every game has come down to the wire. All 12 games North Texas has played in C-USA have been within six points at least once in the final five minutes of regulation. There

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    Soccer adds two transfers aiming to continue Conference USA dominance

Soccer adds two transfers aiming to continue Conference USA dominance

Matthew Berger | Staff Writer The soccer team added two transfers to its program in January, freshmen Kelsey Brann and Ansley Bunger. They join the Mean Green program with hopes of helping the team win its fifth straight Conference USA title in the 2018 fall season. Bunger plays forward and

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    Gregory named Conference USA Player of the Week after explosive opening weekend

Gregory named Conference USA Player of the Week after explosive opening weekend

Sophomore infielder Lacy Gregory was coming off of an impressive freshman season where she was put on Conference USA’s freshman team. She begins the season with the best batting average of any returning Mean Green player. As a result, she was rewarded with a preseason All-Conference selection, the lone North

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    While cheer supports Mean Green, O’Neal fights for more

While cheer supports Mean Green, O’Neal fights for more

At times when the Super Pit is lifeless and the crowd seems disengaged, the cheerleaders are there to keep spirits up. “Defense! Defense! Let’s go defense!” among other cheers ring throughout the Super Pit at every home basketball game. It is something the crowd has grown numb to at this

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    Graduate assistants Lopez and Blakeley motivated to help men’s basketball

Graduate assistants Lopez and Blakeley motivated to help men’s basketball

Between film, practice, rehabilitation and traveling, off days are rare for the men’s basketball team. This holds true especially for Chris Blakeley and Luis Lopez. Blakeley and Lopez, both 23 years old, have been graduate assistants for head coach Grant McCasland’s team since 2017. Well before regular season games or

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    Women’s basketball wins in Raton for first time since 2008

Women’s basketball wins in Raton for first time since 2008

After a 46-point victory over Florida International University on Thursday night, head coach Jalie Mitchell said it was important for her team to keep playing North Texas basketball. With that in mind, they continued their south Florida road trip on Saturday night against Florida Atlantic University and picked up their

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    Kutubidze wins again but tennis falls to Washington State 4-1

Kutubidze wins again but tennis falls to Washington State 4-1

North Texas continued its stretch of three road matches in six days as the team faced Washington State University on Saturday evening. After fighting hard with a talented Cougars squad, the Mean Green eventually lost to Washington State 4-1. While the outcome shows North Texas getting beat pretty handily, head

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    Smart’s big night not enough as men’s basketball falls to Middle Tennessee

Smart’s big night not enough as men’s basketball falls to Middle Tennessee

Middle Tennessee State University and North Texas crossed paths in Murfreesboro, Tennessee Saturday night. And as most know, their paths leading up to this game, and this season, could not have been more contrasting. Middle Tennessee went 31-5 last season and defeated the University of Minnesota in the first round

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