Rice men’s basketball had its season come to an end in the quarterfinals of the College Basketball Invitational, falling 85-79 to Utah Valley University.
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When the baseball season began, Rice understandably had high expectations. The Owls have reached the NCAA tournament in 22 consecutive seasons and finished one run shy of the conference title last year.
When women’s basketball head coach Tina Langley took over last year, she was expected to begin a long rebuilding process for a team that had not had a winning record since 2011.
After Rice men’s basketball’s 88-81 upset win over Louisiana Tech University, head coach Mike Rhoades, smiling ear to ear, lifted his daughter up in a bear hug and spun her around.
Rice’s men’s basketball team is currently in the midst of one of its best-ever seasons. If the Owls can win one of their final four regular season games, they will have their most conference wins since joining Conference USA in 2005.
Last week in the Thresher’s baseball insert, multiple Rice players said their goal this season is to qualify for the College World Series.
Women’s indoor track finishes second at Conference USA ChampionshipsAfter putting up its most points at the indoor championships in eight years, Rice’s women’s indoor track team finished second in the conference championships to the University of Texas, El Paso.
This season is unlike any we have seen in the past 20 years. For the first time since 1996, Rice baseball is not the defending conference champion.
Although football season has only been over for about two months, the most important day of the offseason happened earlier this month.
This week, the Atlanta Falcons will use Rice’s football fields to prepare for Super Bowl LI against the New England Patriots.
While most students were relaxing over the Martin Luther King Day long weekend, some members of the Rice community were doing just the opposite.
Rice swimming is riding a wave of momentum. Fresh off a victory in a four-team meet in San Diego, the Owls are cruising as they enter into their final month of preparation for the Conference USA championships.The season, however, did not start in the way the team had hoped it would.
Rice women’s basketball is three games over .500 in January for the first time since 2014 and has one of the better records in Conference USA.
Rice men’s basketball entered 2017 with a chance to open a new chapter in the program’s history.
The back of Tudor Fieldhouse — currently home to an empty pool, abandoned racquetball courts and curiously, the kinesiology department — is set to undergo a facelift.
In a chilly rain in front of a sparse Stanford Stadium crowd, the Rice football team finished off a 3-9 season with a 41-17 loss to No. 24 Stanford University Saturday night.
Rice women’s basketball is off to a 3-2 start, its best start since the 2011-12 season. The Owls have three double digit wins including a 26 point blowout of Houston Baptist University.
Rice baseball opened its trip to Cuba with a shutout victory over professional team Artemisa. Less than 24 hours later, their plans drastically changed.
Rice volleyball opened the Conference USA Tournament as the host and the sixth seed, an underdog in its first match against Marshall University.
Down 21-0 in the first half to the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, it looked like the Rice University football team was headed to yet another blowout loss.