The first season of the expanded Lone Star Conference provided one of the best conference tournaments in recent memory. West Texas A&M overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to defeat St. Edward’s and earn the Buffs their third consecutive Lone Star Conference Tournament title.
The state of Texas traditionally has some of the top basketball teams in the country at every level and the 2020-2021 season will be no exception.
ACU head coach Joe Golding is entering his 10th season at his alma mater and has built the Wildcats into a perennial contender in the Southland. The Wildcats have come a long way from the days of being the worst program in Division I.
One could be forgiven for viewing the 2020-21 season as a rebuilding year. But that’d be short-sighted when a program has posted four 20-win seasons in the last five years and is reloading for another run at the Southland title.
Billy Gillispie has faced many challenges over his storied coaching career and Tarleton believes he is the perfect man to lead a storied men’s basketball program to the Division I level and the Western Athletic Conference.
The 2020-2021 season will be a season of change for Tarleton as it transitions to Division I and begins life without Mackenzie Hailey and Kylie Collins. Marissa Escamilla and Alexa Hoy will be keys to the Texans' success in the WAC this year.
With the college basketball season being cut short, we went ahead and named our 2019-20 regular season award recipients.
The Buffs have won three straight LSC tournament titles and became the first team since Abilene Christian in 1985-1987 to accomplish the feat in the LSC.
LCU has been postseason eligible in NCAA Division II for five years and Sunday won its fourth conference title in a dominating fashion. The Lady Chaps won the Lone Star Conference title in their first appearance on Sunday afternoon with a 57-43 win over No. 10 Texas A&M-Commerce.