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    AD Wren Baker attempts to clarify student fee increase

AD Wren Baker attempts to clarify student fee increase

Questions and concerns have been swirling throughout campus since the athletic fee increase vote was postponed from Dec. 6 to the spring semester. The vote is now is being held from Feb. 13-15. One of the concerns has been that the athletic department is taking money from student organizations and

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    Tennis loses another doubles point in loss to Kansas State

Tennis loses another doubles point in loss to Kansas State

Joshua Paveglio | Staff Writer North Texas traveled to Manhattan, Kansas to take on Kansas State University Friday evening. The match resulted in 4-1 victory for the Wildcats with the lone Mean Green victory coming from No.2 singles player junior Tamuna Kutubidze (6-1, 7-5) who improved her singles record to

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    Softball secures first win of the season behind solid pitching performances

Softball secures first win of the season behind solid pitching performances

After dropping the first two games of the Mardi Gras Classic in Monroe, Louisiana, North Texas redeemed itself with a solid overall team effort to top the University of Tennessee-Martin, 5-2 Friday afternoon. Freshman pitchers Hope Trautwein and Maria Priest both turned in well pitched outings on the mound to

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    Lacy Gregory’s record-breaking performance not enough as softball drops openers

Lacy Gregory’s record-breaking performance not enough as softball drops openers

On the opening night of the season, and the Mardi Gras Classic in Monroe, Louisiana, North Texas dropped both of their games against the University of Louisiana at Monroe and the University of Central Arkansas. While the Mean Green put up 14 runs in the two games, a total of

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    Men’s basketball locks down Blazers in road victory

Men’s basketball locks down Blazers in road victory

With the clock ticking under a minute left in regulation, the University of Alabama at Birmingham wanted to go to its best player for a much-needed bucket in senior forward Chris Cokley. Blazers’ freshman guard Zack Bryant attempted an entry pass from the right wing into Cokley, but in one

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    Bradley’s historic night ends losing streak for women’s basketball

Bradley’s historic night ends losing streak for women’s basketball

On Thursday night in Miami, Florida, North Texas finally ended their five game losing streak, defeating Florida International University 92-46. North Texas not only snapped their season-long streak of five straight losses, they looked inspired while doing so as they rocked the pink uniforms for the first time all season.

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    Track and field experiencing youth movement in 2018 season

Track and field experiencing youth movement in 2018 season

The North Texas track and field team is undergoing a youth movement of sorts. The team is going into the 2018 season with 77 athletes on its roster, and exactly 50 of those athletes are underclassmen. The team emphasizes having several athletes compete for them to earn points and win

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    Men’s basketball dominating the glass in McCasland’s first year

Men’s basketball dominating the glass in McCasland’s first year

Grant McCasland sat at The Star in Frisco back on Oct. 31, 2017 surrounded by reporters and cameras, eager and ready for the season to begin. He answered questions honestly and thoroughly and detailed his team’s strengths and aired where his team needs to grow. None of the worries he

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    Softball transfers expected to contribute immediately this season

Softball transfers expected to contribute immediately this season

The battle for a starting spot is always an exciting fight in the sports world. For North Texas softball coach Tracey Kee, there has been quite a competition to watch throughout the offseason between her three newest transfers — junior Sam Rea, sophomore Katie Clark and junior Sally Gastelo. Transferring

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    Littrell introduces recruiting class at signing day press conference

Littrell introduces recruiting class at signing day press conference

North Texas signed 14 high school recruits and added five junior college transfers as final pieces of the 2018 signing class Wednesday morning. Twelve of the recruits help head coach Seth Littrell’s depth on defense while the other seven will join what is already a high-powered offense. It’s a class

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