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Women’s Basketball to Renew Texas Rivalry in 2020 SEC/Big 12 Challenge

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Southeastern Conference announced on Thursday that Texas A&M Women’s Basketball is set to take on Texas at the Frank Erwin Center as a part of the 2020 SEC/Big 12 Challenge, renewing the most storied rivalry in program history. Official game information and start times will be announced at a later date. […]

MLB players ponder owners’ salary plan

UNDATED (AP) _ Baseball players will take at least a few days and possibly until next week to respond to Major League Baseball’s proposed sliding scale of salary slashing. But people familiar with their deliberations tell The Associated Press that players appeared likely to propose increasing the number of regular-season games this year while holding […]

NASCAR race rained out

CONCORD, N.C. (AP) _ Wednesday’s NASCAR Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway has been rained out and rescheduled for Thursday night. The starting order for the second Cup race at Charlotte this week was set based on the finishing order of the Coca-Cola 600 but with an inversion. Hendrick Motorsports teammates William Byron and Alex […]

NHL teams likely to have 28-player rosters

UNDATED (AP) _ The NHL continues to formulate plans for a possible return this summer. The league has advised teams to prepare for a roster of 28 players and an unlimited number of goaltenders for training camp and the playoffs. Several general managers say they were told that would be the anticipated roster limit. Each […]

MLB Owners Propose First Economic Plan for Abbreviated Season

Major League Baseball owners unveiled their first economic proposal for to the players union this afternoon. The plan would reportedly call for an 82-game season and would cut the salaries of the highest-paid players, while the lowest-paid would take lesser cuts from their prorated shares. The two sides reached an agreement back in March that […]

NHL announcing plans to resume play

UNDATED (AP) _NHL Commmissioner Gary Bettman has announced the league is moving ahead with a 24-team expanded playoff format if it’s able to resume play and award the Stanley Cup. The plan was approved by the NHL’s board of governors, and comes days after the NHL Players’ Association’s executive committee gave the plan a green […]

Abbott Gives the Go-Ahead for Adult Recreational Sports to Begin Sunday

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced recreational sports programs for adults can resume starting Sunday, May 31st as part of “Phase II” of the state’s reopening. Abbott posted a press release to his official Twitter account Tuesday afternoon. Expanding additional services & activities that can open under Phase II. Water parks, recreational sport programs for […]

Texas A&M’s DeLoach and Lacy Land All-America Laurels

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M juniors Zach DeLoach and Asa Lacy earned spots on the Collegiate Baseball All-America First Team, the publication announced Tuesday. Texas A&M was the lone school to land two first-teamers with DeLoach named as an outfielder and Lacy tabbed as a starting pitcher. It marks the second season Lacy has garnered All-America attention, […]

Patrick Ewing released from hospital

UNDATED (AP) _ Patrick Ewing’s son says the Georgetown basketball coach and former NBA great has been released from the hospital and is recovering from COVID-19 at home. The 57-year-old Hall of Famer who played for the Hoyas in college and the New York Knicks for 15 seasons announced Friday that he had tested positive […]

Japanese baseball season to start on June 19 without fans

TOKYO (AP) _ Japan’s professional baseball season will open on June 19 under a plan that excludes fans. League commissioner Atsushi Saito made the announcement Monday after an online meeting with representatives of the league’s 12 teams. He said, “I hope we can provide some guidance for sports other than professional baseball.” The announcement came […]

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