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Junior midfielder Erin Mikeska was nestled in bed, eager to kick off a new soccer season with her team’s spring international trip to Spain. The coaching staff put together the trip to try to help the soccer team move forward after the 2017 season ended in heartbreak in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Unfortunately for Mikeska, she and her team would have to wait to enjoy their journey.
Orlando, Florida had some Disney World magic for the Rice Baseball team last weekend, as the Owls earned wins in two of three games at the University of Central Florida Tournament to kick-start an optimistic 2018 campaign.
Rice men’s basketball failed to score in the first six minutes of the first half and Georgia State University coasted to a 75-54 victory in a Tuesday night matchup at Tudor Fieldhouse.
A University of Texas at Austin women’s tennis player rolled her eyes after another pinpoint shot in a series of excellent lobs from Rice senior Lindsey Hodge.
Rage Cage, Rage Cage, Rage Cage, five, four, three, two, one!
It’s the perfect Saturday night: Hundreds of trucks are tailgating, thousands of students are waving their arms in unison and a crowd of over 50,000 is cheering on your school’s pride and joy, a program with a rich tradition and history — your football team.
The Bayou Bucket Showdown wasn’t really a showdown at all.
The Rice Owls football team was not going to let it happen again.
One year removed from a 23-9 overall record, a Conference USA tournament championship and a first-round loss to Louisiana State University in the NCAA tournament, the Rice Owls men’s tennis team enters the Conference USA tournament at 20-7 with 10 wins in its last 12 matches.
Sports Editor Andrew Grottkau and Staff Writer Madison Buzzard step up to the mic for the inaugural episode of OwlNation.
Senior point guard Maya Hawkins and senior forward Jasmine Goodwine delivered clutch performances in their last game and the Rice Owls women’s basketball team captured its first Women’s Basketball Invitational title with a 74-62 win over the University of North Carolina, Greensboro at an electric Tudor Fieldhouse.
The Rice Owls women’s basketball team advanced to the Women’s Basketball Invitational championship with a 86-80 win against the University of Idaho Vandals in a Friday night contest at a raucous Tudor Fieldhouse.
For sophomore J.T. Granato, sophomore Jackson Tyner and freshman Sam Glaesmann, spring practice is anything but the offseason. Each of these three quarterbacks is vying for the starting quarterback position on the Rice football team, a position vacated by 2017 graduate Tyler Stehling. Offensive coordinator Billy Lynch has declared the quarterback position an open competition during spring practice. Lynch said he wants to light a fire under his three quarterbacks and maximize each player’s potential.
Ricardo Salinas’ father had no experience playing baseball, but he knew his son had the talent. Salinas started playing baseball with his brother at the age of four. Taught by his father, who learned the game by reading articles and books, Salinas flourished as a three-sport athlete, juggling football, basketball and baseball before his time at Rice. Now, he is a pivotal piece of the Owls’ pitching rotation.
Twenty-two games into the 2015-2016 season, the Rice men’s basketball team sported a 7-15 record and a 2-6 mark in Conference USA. The team had lost crucial players in the frontcourt and backcourt, and there was little hope of a Conference USA crown and NCAA tournament appearance.
Playing in her third year on the Rice women’s basketball team, junior guard Shani Rainey has proven to be a crucial component of the Owls’ success.
After finishing the season 3-9 and ranking 123rd out of 128 teams in yards allowed per game, Rice football is making a change. The team has hired Brian Stewart as its new defensive coordinator, replacing retired coordinator Chris Thurmond.
A game winning 3-point attempt by Marcus Evans bounced out and the Rice University men’s basketball team fell to crosstown rival Texas Southern University 71-68 in a Wednesday night game in Tudor Fieldhouse.