After winning its first two matches of the Rice Adidas Invitational, the volleyball team entered Saturday night’s match against Houston Baptist University with hopes of completing a tournament sweep.
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Rice’s 18-1 win on Sunday clinched a weekend sweep against Old Dominion University, as the Owls reversed their fortunes after being swept by Old Dominion in last year’s meeting. I
The Rice men’s tennis team entered the Texas Tamale Company Rice Invitational with a 6-11 record. On the women’s side, a pair of 6-1 victories against No. 50 College of William and Mary and No. 36 Princeton University brought the Owls’ winning streak to four and vaulted the Owls back into the national rankings.
As the only senior on the Rice women’s basketball team, guard Wendy Knight has found a way to balance a busy life as a double major in mathematics and computational and applied mathematics with her demanding basketball career.
The Rice women’s basketball team lost its second game in a row on Saturday to Middle Tennessee State University, suffering its first losing streak since November.
A versatile swimmer in the pool, a kinesiology major in the classroom and an avid volunteer in the city of Houston: Junior swimmer Hanna Huston has all three covered.
The Rice women’s basketball team has now won nine of its last 10 games after Saturday’s victory over the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.
Despite a career-high 30 points from junior guard Connor Cashaw, the Rice men’s basketball team dropped the seventh game of their last eight as the University of North Texas defeated Rice on Saturday, 85-78.
With 5.9 seconds left in the Rice men’s basketball season opener, Rice trailed Eastern Kentucky University 73-72.
The Rice offense has frequently let good defensive performances go to waste in conference play this season. But against the University of Alabama, Birmingham, it was the defense’s turn to let the game get out of hand.
The Rice women’s soccer team didn’t finish the regular season with a perfect record in Conference USA play, but it didn’t lose either.
The Owls won their eighth five-set match of the year on Sunday at Tudor Fieldhouse, this time over the University of Texas at El Paso. With the win, the team extended its streak to eight in a row.
The Owls strengthened their hold on sole possession of first place in Conference USA with a 4-2 win against the Blue Raiders on October 13.
First in Conference USA with 265 total kills after 17 games. Those are not numbers you might expect from a freshman, but that’s exactly what Nicole Lennon has produced for the Rice volleyball team in her 17 starts this season.
It wasn’t a blowout. But it was still a loss. For the third time in four games, Rice football could not come up with a win, this time falling 3-7 to conference rival Florida International University. The Owls are now 1-3 on the season and 1-1 in Conference USA.
Two hundred and fifty wins. Head coach Genny Volpe reached this milestone in the second match of the Rice Volleyball team’s Adidas Invitational II with a 3-1 victory over Georgetown University.