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.
When head coach Mike Rhoades arrived on Rice’s campus, he was taking over a program that had not had a 20-win season in a decade.
For the last nine minutes of my last Rice men’s basketball game, I watched through the glass doors of Tudor Fieldhouse.
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 Championships After 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.
During my freshman fall, I emailed a member of the Rice baseball staff to get information about an open position to be the manager of the baseball team.
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.
As a freshman, junior pitcher Glenn Otto wasn’t sure how much playing time he would get. The Rice baseball team was stacked with talented upperclassmen pitchers and Otto wondered if he was going to get any innings.
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.
Super Bowl LI is just around the corner, and the excitement is mounting all over the nation for the biggest sporting event in the world.