MANHATTAN, Kan. – No. 19 Texas Tech had its four-game win streak snapped during its Big 12 series opener at K-State on Friday as the Wildcats used a four-run fifth inning on their way to a 5-3 victory in front of 2,631 fans at Tointon Family Stadium.
LUBBOCK, TX – The Red Raider baseball team heads to Manhattan, Kansas this weekend looking for their first win in the Little Apple since May of 2009.
LUBBOCK, TX – Four more athletes signed, at local high schools, to continue their athletic careers on Thursday morning. The Idalou Wildcats sent three athletes to the next level, while Peyton Maddox of Lubbock Christian signed with Southwest Oklahoma State.
LUBBOCK, TX – The Lady Raider Tennis team needs a win in their final match against TCU on Saturday to clinch their 3rd Big 12 title under Coach Todd Petty.
LUBBOCK, TX – The Red raider baseball team has now strung together four straight wins for the first time since late February early March.
LUBBOCK, TX – The Spring signing period for several sports began today, and many local high school athletes took advantage signing to play at the next level.
ABILENE, TX – The No. 19 Red Raiders snapped their three game non-conference losing streak on Tuesday night with a 7-6 win against ACU (8-25) at Crutcher Scott field in Abilene.
LUBBOCK, TX – Coronado track and field star, Chase Green will do his running in Malibu, California next year for the Pepperdine Waves.
The Red Raiders did some much needed spring cleaning this weekend, coming away with a sweep of the Baylor Bears, and as of today have moved back up to 19th in national standings.
LUBBOCK, Texas – No. 23 Texas Tech scored multiple runs in three separate innings and hit two home runs on its way to a 9-5 victory over Baylor on Sunday afternoon to sweep the series over the Bears in front of 3,573 fans at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.
LUBBOCK, TX -- The Red Raiders clinch the series with 3-2 extra inning win over Baylor.
Behind a career-high eight strikeouts by sophomore pitcher Ryan Moseley, the Texas Tech Red Raiders soared to an 8-4 win over the Baylor Bears in game one Friday night at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.
AUGUSTA, GA – Matias Dominguez shot a 4-over 76 on day one at the Masters, after carding four bogeys and no birdies in his first competitive round ever at Augusta.
There's still questions the Red Raider baseball team is trying to answer. They've dropped four of it's last seven games including their last two midweek games.
Texas Tech sophomore linebacker Mike Mitchell is finally getting back into the swing of things after sitting on the sidelines for two years following a transfer from Ohio State.
AUGUSTA, GA – Matias Dominguez will make his Masters debut on Thursday afternoon teeing off at 12:20pm, playing with Louis Oosthuizen and 2009 Champion, Angel Cabrera.
AUGUSTA, GA – Matias Dominguez had the Augusta Pines rattling on Wednesday during the Par three contest, notching a hole-in-one on the 4th hole of the tournament and nearly getting two more.
In less than two days, the first current Red Raider and third Texas Tech golfer ever will step foot on the fairways as a player at Augusta National.
Matias Dominguez will officially get his Masters underway tomorrow afternoon when he plays in the Par 3 contest, with PGA Champion, Rich Beem, and Fed EX Cup leader Jimmy Walker.
The Monterey girls soccer team is on a roll right now steaming towards a state championship with a regional semi-final match Tuesday against Paschal.
After winning seven straight home series, the Red Raiders saw that streak snapped on Sunday, losing game three to drop the series to the No. 2 team in the country in TCU.
LUBBOCK, Texas – No. 19 Texas Tech had a solo home run from sophomore Stephen Smith in the first inning, but that was all the Red Raiders would get as No. 2 TCU won game three and the Big 12 series with a 4-1 victory on Saturday afternoon in front of a sellout capacity crowd of 4,432 fans at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.
LUBBOCK, Texas (Friday, April 03, 2015) – Lubbock Christian tied season highs with 16 runs and 15 RBI in a 16-0 thumping of Oklahoma Panhandle State in five innings while the pitching duo of Courtney McGee and Lauren Hardin allowed only a single Aggie hit on Good Friday at PlainsCapital Park.