All eyes will be on University of Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver when Rice takes the field for its first offensive possession on Saturday in the Bayou Bucket.
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This Saturday, Rice football will take on the University of Houston in the 42nd edition of the Bayou Bucket.
Dean of Undergraduates Bridget Gorman has established a committee to evaluate Student Judicial Programs policies and practices, according to Senior Associate Dean of Undergraduates Brian Gibson, who will chair the committee.
It is not an easy time to be a journalist. But it is an important time to be one. When we both began writing for the Thresher, we were drawn in by our love of telling stories.
Just three weeks from kickoff to the 2018 season, Rice football is deep into training camp. The Owls reported to camp a week earlier than usual due to their Aug.
Associate Dean of Undergraduates Donald Ostdiek will retire at the conclusion of the academic year, according to an email from Dean of Undergraduates John Hutchinson.
For the first time in 27 years, Rice baseball has a new head coach. Rice is hiring former Tennessee Tech head coach Matt Bragga to replace the legendary Wayne Graham, whose contract was not renewed after the 2018 season.
The Wayne Graham era came to an end for Rice baseball with a 9-8 loss to Florida Atlantic University on May 26.
According to Mark Berman of Fox 26 Houston, baseball head coach Wayne Graham has been informed that his contract will not be renewed next year.
According to a text alert from Rice University, a bicyclist was killed in an accident with a truck near the intersection of Main Street and Sunset Boulevard this morning.
I can count every Rice football win during my three years working for the Thresher sports section on my own two hands. It has not been pretty. At all.
Stewart said although he battled through injuries, team struggles and difficult schoolwork during his four years, he is grateful he made the decision to come to Rice.
Over 80 percent of male Rice student-athletes and nearly 70 percent of female student-athletes reported stress levels of six or higher on a 10-point scale, according to a research study conducted by senior Julie Litver and juniors Mike Otoo and Molly Tilbrook.
When San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice last football season, junior Ben Schragger, a McMurtry College student and a pitcher for the baseball team, said he was unsure how to react.
In a season that has included its fair share of low points, Rice baseball now has a reason to celebrate.
Rice baseball entered the eighth inning on Sunday against the University of Southern Mississippi trailing 6-2, seemingly headed for its third straight loss and ninth in 11 games. But a five-run Owls rally, capped by an RBI single by freshman second baseman Trei Cruz, helped Rice salvage a game from the No. 14 Golden Eagles.
This year, Rice has completed its mission. All three of its major men’s sports teams — football, basketball and baseball — are bad. Finally.
On a blustery day on the track behind Rice Stadium, Rice students and alumni celebrated Beer Bike by watching the Graduate Student Association, Jones and Will Rice Colleges finish top-three in every race.
Rice women’s basketball had its season come to an end on Tuesday night, falling 93-73 at the University of New Mexico in the second round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament.
Sorry, Rice. The baseball program just isn’t elite anymore. In truth, it has not been elite for years.