Shimonek Named Earl Campbell Award Player of the Week

Texas Tech senior quarterback Nic Shimonek was named the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Player of the Week on Tuesday following his 543 yard, six touchdown performance this past weekend against Arizona State.

The weekly award is the first in Shimonek's career. He is already a member of the Earl Campbell Award's preseason watch list for the nation's top offensive player with ties to the state of Texas.

Shimonek was once again accurate leading the Red Raider offense as he completed 37-of-50 passes (74 percent) in a 52-45 victory over the Sun Devils. The Mildred, Texas native set career highs for passing yards, touchdowns, completions and attempts in the win, which improved Tech to 2-0 on the year.

Most impressively, Shimonek helped engineer Tech's game-winning touchdown, leading the Red Raiders 90 yards down the field on 12 plays late in the fourth quarter. Shimonek completed 4-of-6 passes for 56 yards on that drive before Dylan Cantrell snuck into the endzone on a 3-yard touchdown run with just 1:55 remaining on the clock.



High Named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week

Texas Tech senior Ja'Deion High was named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday in a vote by media who regularly cover the league.

High, who earned his first Big 12 weekly award, came up with a key punt block just before halftime in Tech's victory this past Saturday over Arizona State. High raced up the middle of Arizona State's protection and blocked a Michael-Sleep-Dalton punt that set up a Red Raider scoring drive.

The Red Raiders started their next drive at the Arizona State 27 yard line, giving the high-octane Tech offense a short field to travel for a touchdown in the final minute of the half. Tech found the endzone via a Nic Shimonek 14-yard pass to Dylan Cantrell to take a 35-17 lead at the break.

High's blocked punt marked Tech's first since current Detroit Lions defensive lineman Kerry Hyder got his hand on an Oklahoma State punt attempt in 2013. Tech is one of just two schools in the Big 12 to block a punt so far this season and one of 17 nationally to do so.

In addition to his blocked punt, High also recorded a tackle in his role on kickoff coverage. He played on three of Tech's special teams units against the Sun Devils while also seeing considerable time at wide receiver.

High, a native of Hereford, Texas, is the first Red Raider to garner Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week honors since Michael Barden claimed the award late in the 2016 season (Nov. 14). He is the first non-kicker to be honored since Jakeem Grant received the honor twice during the 2015 campaign.




  • 70 student-athletes were named to the President’s List for the 2016-2017 Academic Year
  • 121 student-athletes were named to the Dean’s List for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.
  • 89 student-athletes earned a 4.0 GPA for the 2016- 2017 Academic Year.
  • 343 student-athletes earned at least 3.0 GPA during the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters.
  • 88 student-athletes earned Academic All-Big 12 honors during the 2016-2017 Academic Year.


  • 5 sports (Men’s Golf, Women’s Basketball, Women’s Cross-Country, Women’s Golf, and Women’s Tennis) maintained or improved their APR from last year.
  • Women’s Tennis has 6 years in a row with multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR) of 1000. Recognized for being top 10 percentile nationally in their sport.


  • 5 sports (Women’s Basketball, Women’s Golf, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, and Volleyball) have a 100% on the Graduate Success Rate (GSR).
  • 10 sports (Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Women’s Golf, Soccer, Softball, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Women’s Track, and Volleyball) are above 80% on the Graduate Success Rate (GSR).
  • 81% is the overall GSR for all sports for the 2006-2009 Cohorts. In comparison, the GSR for the 2005-2008 Cohorts for all sports was 79%.


  • 102 Student-athletes were nominated for the Academic All Big-12 Conference Team following the 2016-2017 academic year.



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Hurly Long Claims Carmel Cup Title In Historic Fashion

The 2017 Carmel Cup produced a weekend Texas Tech senior Hurly Long will remember for a long time.

The Mannheim, Germany, native polished off a historic weekend with a five-under 67 to complete a weekend score of 197 (69-61-67), the best three-day score in Texas Tech history, with that second-round 61 breaking the course record at Pebble Beach.

However, it was only enough to force a playoff.

Long went back-and-forth with Oklahoma State's Hayden Wood and actually trailed Wood by a shot as the pair hit the turn. However, Long carded birdies on 11, 13, 15 and 18 to force Wood into a playoff. From there, Long took the individual title on the first playoff hole.

Long's title is the 22nd individual tournament win under Tech head coach Greg Sands, and the second-straight individual win at the Carmel Cup for the Red Raiders, after Fredrik Nilehn took the title in 2016.

"Just overall a fantastic weekend," Sands said. "The only thing that could have made it better would be a team title, but I'm so proud of the guys. Hurly will get a lot of the credit, and he should, for an unbelievable performance. However, this was truly a team effort as well. Three top-15 finishes in a field as strong as this makes for a great weekend. I'm looking forward to seeing where this team goes from here."

The No. 22 Red Raiders (-38) took second as a team, finishing behind No. 1 Oklahoma State, but well ahead of both No. 2 Vanderbilt and the defending NCAA Champion, No. 3 Oklahoma. It's the fourth-straight season in which the Red Raiders have beaten either the nation's No. 1 or No. 2 team in a fall tournament.

Sophomore Sandy Scott went 69-67-71 to finish 10th, at -9, and Nilehn's card read 71-69-69 (-7), good enough to tie for 13th. Wes Artac (-1) tied for 30th, Ivan Ramirez (+2) took 33rd and Kyle Hogan (+8) tied for 39th.



Hurly Long Breaks Course Record At Pebble Beach

MONTEREY, Calif. – The Pebble Beach Golf Links have been around for 99 years, hosting five U.S. Opens and a PGA Championship over that time period, while establishing a reputation as one of the world's premier golf courses.

After today's second round of the Carmel Cup, no one has ever turned in a better score at Pebble Beach than Texas Tech's Hurly Long.

Long fired a remarkable 11-under 61 to lead the way on what was a memorable record-breaking day for the No. 22 Texas Tech men's golf team.

Long not only carded 10 birdies to just one bogey on Saturday, he also logged an eagle on the par-5 sixth. His 61 is also tied for the lowest individual round in Tech history with Finley Ewing, who posted a 61 at the 2012 Royal Oaks International. Long, now -14 for the tournament, carries the overall individual lead into the final round.

"There aren't words to describe it," Tech head coach Greg Sands said. "A course like this, to have one of our guys come in here and break Tom Kite's course record is phenomenal. This is easily one of the best, if not the best, days I have seen from a player in my 17 years of coaching."



Texas Tech Athletics partnered with Nancy Lieberman Charities and the Worldventures Foundation in an unveiling ceremony on Monday

With the help of local partners, Texas Tech athletics participated with Nancy Lieberman Charities and the Worldventures Foundation to unveil the city of Lubbock's new Dream Court on Monday.

The ceremony was held at Mae Simmons Park on Oak Avenue in East Lubbock. Men's basketball head coach Chris Beard emceed the event. Lieberman was joined by Associate Athletics Director and Head Coach Emerita Marsha Sharp was joined by women's basketball head coach Candi Whitaker and women's basketball director of player development Sheryl Swoopes for the ribbon cutting ceremony.

About Nancy Lieberman Charities and the Worldventures Foundation

The Nancy Lieberman Charities is a 501 (c)3 organization funded by charitable donations and committed to promoting and developing healthy lifestyles and educational opportunities for young girls and boys. Nancy Lieberman Charities is dedicated to expanding and ensuring that educational and sports opportunities exist for economically disadvantaged youth. Approximately 85% of the students that we serve with our basketball camps, clinics, Dream Courts, college scholarships, and school supply programs, throughout the United States, are from low-to-moderate income families.

With the DreamCourts program, Nancy Lieberman has fulfilled her dream of collaborating with WorldVentures Foundation to build high-quality basketball courts in disadvantaged areas, with minimal material expenditure or construction costs. The goal of the DreamCourts program is to provide children in underprivileged communities with a safe area to play basketball, participate in free basketball clinics, interact socially, and learn important lessons about teamwork and good sportsmanship.




Sasser Selected for SWC Hall of Fame

Former Texas Tech basketball standout Jason Sasser was named as one of nine members to the Southwest Conference Hall of Fame Class of 2017 announced by the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.

Sasser, the 1996 Southwest Conference Player of the Year and three-time All-SWC First-Team honoree, ranks fourth on Texas Tech's all-time scoring list with 2,104 career points. He also garnered consensus All-America Third-Team honors and was a Wooden Award Finalist in 1995-96. The Red Raiders piled up a program-best 30-2 record, an undefeated SWC mark and advanced to the 1996 NCAA Sweet 16 during Sasser's senior campaign.

Sasser is the seventh member of Texas Tech's basketball program to be chosen to the SWC Hall of Fame. He joins Rick Bullock (2013), Bubba Jennings (2014), Dub Malaise (2014), Gerald Myers (2014), Polk Robinson (2014) and Will Flemons (2017). Flemons was announced as part of Tech's 10-member SWC Hall of Fame class in July.

Sasser sits as the only player in program history to amass over 2,000 points, 500 rebounds, 300 assists and 100 steals. He racked up a streak of 71 consecutive games in doubles figures, the longest streak for a Red Raider dating back to the 1956-57 season. The Dallas native currently checks in second in free throws made (554), fourth in field goals made (736), fifth in rebounds (895), eighth in steals (144) and 12th in assists (307) inside the Texas Tech record book. Sasser also notched 34 double-doubles, third-best in program history since 1972-73.

The SWC Hall of Fame is one of four separate halls of fame housed within the Texas Sports Hall of Fame located in Waco. The 2017 induction ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. luncheon on Monday, October 2 in Fort Worth at the Brown-Lupton University Union on the TCU campus. To reserve event ticket or access sponsorship information, contact the Texas Sports Hall of Fame at (800) 567-9561.


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NBO Golf Classic: Clement Sordet wins Viking Challenge on ‘Road to Oman’

With only nine more events until the Road to Oman concludes with the NBO Golf Classic Grand Final, Clement Sordet cruised to his third European Challenge Tour title by carding a final round of 67 to win the inaugural edition of the Viking Challenge by five shots at Miklagard Golf in Norway.

Heavy rain earlier in the week had caused the competition to be reduced to 54 holes.

Sordet began the final day with a share of the lead, but after four birdies in his first six holes, the Frenchman moved into a commanding position that he would not relinquish.

The 24 year old, whose previous Challenge Tour victories came at the 2015 Northern Ireland Open and the 2016 Turkish Airlines Challenge, did see his lead reduced to two after making a double bogey on the par four 14th – his only blemish of the day.

But after consecutive birdies on the 15th and 16th Sordet went into the final two holes with a four-shot cushion.

A par at the last handed Sordet a third Challenge Tour victory in three years – and meant the Frenchman sealed his place in next week’s Rolex Trophy.

“I am delighted to get into the Rolex Trophy, It feels amazing! I got a tough break on 14 but then I made back-to-back birdies – it was great to be able to bounce back like that.”



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August 14: After a successful battle with cancer during the offseason & beginning of 2017, Chad Bettis has resumed workouts and training to return to the Rockies this year. Bettis has made six appearances on the mound since his rehab assignment began on July 13, two with the Hartford Yard Goats in Double A and four with the Albuquerque Isotopes in Triple A. In his last start on Aug. 8, he tossed 5.0 frames of three-hit ball, giving up one run but striking out two. Last season, Bettis led the Rockies in innings pitched with 186.0, putting together a 14-8 record. He is expected to make his first start with the Rockies on Monday night.

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Tech Celebrates 16 Student-Athletes Earning Degrees

Texas Tech Athletics is pleased to announce that 16 student-athletes will earn their degrees during the university's commencement ceremonies held Saturday at United Supermarkets Arena.

Each of the 16 student-athletes graduating this weekend will walk the stage wearing a special red stole that signifies the individual's status as a student-athlete. The red stoles are part of a new athletics tradition that debuted this past spring and will continue to be presented to graduating student-athletes prior to each ceremony.

"It's always an exciting time when you see your student-athletes earn their degrees," Tech Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt said. "We're proud of their accomplishments in the classroom, and I know their friends and family will enjoy watching them receive their diplomas this weekend."

Among the list of graduates are eight football student-athletes, five of which are currently participating in preseason practices. Dylan Cantrell, Talor Nunez, Kisean Allen, Cameron Batson and Zach Barnes will all earn their diplomas this weekend with a season of eligibility still remaining.

They will be joined by recently departed seniors Paul Banks III, Payton Hendrix and Baylen Brown during commencement exercises. Batson will receive his degree with honors after majoring in management through the Rawls College of Business.

The list of graduates also includes men's tennis standouts Hugo Dojas and Carlos DiLaura, track and field athletes Amani Nesmith, Michael Samuels and Kareem McBride as well as volleyball's Victoria Hinneburg. Chris Beard's men's basketball program will also have two graduates in Devon Thomas and Matthew Temple.



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Red Raider Football Visits the Children's Home of Lubbock

The Red Raiders visit the Ronald McDonald House Pediatric Party

Red Raiders Volunteer At South Plains Food Bank

Texas Tech Football Volunteers At Carillon


Barker Claims Idaho Women's Amateur Title

Texas Tech senior golfer Gabby Barker claimed her third Idaho Women's Amateur Championship title this past weekend after blistering the Ridgecrest Golf Club with a 12-under 204 card, the lowest score in tournament history.

Barker, who previously won her home state's top amateur tournament in 2013 and 2014, topped the rest of the field by 16 strokes thanks to an under-par score in all three rounds. She started the 54-hole event with a 2-under 70 that was followed by a bogey-free 7-under card, which tied the course record.

The Caldwell, Idaho native closed the tournament with a 3-under round, which was boosted by an eagle at the par-4 15th. Barker posted three of the tournament's four total under-par rounds with the other coming from third-place finisher Kinsley Bonfilio over the final 18 holes.

"It's always fun playing in tournaments back home," Barker said. "I get to play with all of the people I played with in junior golf and play some of my favorite courses. Getting out on a course like Ridgecrest and posting a good score is always a good confidence boost."
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U.S. Women's Open Field to Feature Arvidsson, Kaufman

The U.S. Women's Open will feature a pair of Lady Raiders this weekend as Texas Tech women's golf alumnae Elin Arvidsson and Kim Kaufman will be among the 156 players vying for the Harton S. Semple Trophy.

Arvidsson will be among the first golfers to tee off Thursday morning as she is paired in the 5:56 a.m. CT grouping with amateur Brooke Seay and Angel Yin. Kaufman will be in the afternoon wave as she begins her round from the No. 10 tee at 12:58 p.m. alongside Catriona Matthew and Suyeon Jang.

Kaufman will move to the morning session Friday with a 7:13 a.m. tee time to start the second round, while Arvidsson is slated for an 11:41 a.m. start. The U.S. Open is being played at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

"It's so exciting to have two of our former players in the U.S. Open," Tech head coach JoJo Robertson said. "We wish them all the best and continued success. I look forward to following them this week."
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Ten Red Raiders to be Inducted Into SWC Hall of Fame

The likes of Larry Hays, Rodney Allison, Alicia Thompson and Will Flemons will join the all-time greats in the Southwest Conference Hall of Fame this September as part of a 10-member class of former Texas Tech student-athletes.

The quartet joins fellow Red Raider standouts in Marcus Coleman (football), Byron Hanspard (football), Thomas Howard (football), James Mays (track and field), Ruben Garcia (baseball) and Robert McKinney (men's golf) as part of the 10-member induction class.

The SWC Hall of Fame is one of four separate halls of fame housed within the Texas Sports Hall of Fame located in Waco. Members of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame are automatically included in the SWC Hall of Fame.

The 2017 induction class will be enshrined during a Sept. 2 luncheon prior to the Red Raider football season opener against Eastern Washington. The luncheon begins at 11 a.m. in the City Bank Room at United Supermarkets Arena.

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June 17, 2017

Gingery Becomes First Unanimous First Team All-American

Texas Tech baseball's Steven Gingery was named a Rawlings First Team All-American by the America Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) on Saturday afternoon, giving him six accolades for his performance during the 2017 season.

With the award, Gingery becomes the first Red Raider in school history to be named a unanimous First Team All-American. He is also the sixth Tech student-athlete to earn six All-America honors over their Red Raider careers, as Josh Bard, Keith Ginter & Shane Wright hold the most with seven.

Gingery is the first Red Raider to earn six first team nods not only over a collegiate career, but in a single season.

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Jung Snags PG/Rawlings Freshman All-America Award

Texas Tech baseball's Josh Jung has been named a Perfect Game/Rawlings Freshman All-American honoree, it was announced today.

It is the second Freshman All-America accolade for the San Antonio third baseman, who was also named to the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper freshman squad on June 7. Last week, fellow first year teammate Grant Little was posted to the NCBWA Freshman All-America squad, giving Tech eight freshman awards in five years under head coach Tim Tadlock and his staff.

Jung's award marks the second-straight year a Red Raider has received first team recognition, as RHP Davis Martin was named to the team in 2016.

Jung started in all 62 games at third base for the Red Raiders in 2017. He compiled a .306 average at the plate, racking up 75 hits, including 14 doubles, two triples and six homers. He also recorded 43 RBI and 55 runs scored, one off the team-best mark, which was also second in the Big 12.

Hargrove Harbors Collegiate Slugger Award

Texas Tech baseball's Hunter Hargrove has been named the inaugural winner of the Bobby Bragan Collegiate Slugger Award (BBCSA), it was announced today.

Hargrove will be honored at a gala, presented by the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation, on Sept. 26 at the Fort Worth Club in downtown Fort Worth. The award is based on performance at the plate, academics and personal integrity.

Hargrove, from Mansfield, led the Red Raiders with a .343 batting average in 2017. He also held the team's top marks in hits (84), doubles (26) and runs (56), while also driving in 51 RBI. A three-year letterwinner, Hargrove leaves Tech with 139 hits, 91 RBI and 82 runs scored for a career batting average of .315.

His 26 doubles in 2017 were tied for fifth-most in a single season by a Red Raider, matching Clint Bryant in 1996. His total also led the Big 12 and ranked third in the NCAA this season. The Big 12 Player of the Year's hit figures and runs scored numbers both placed second among conference competition this year.

Tech Trio Earns ABCA All-Region Awards

Texas Tech baseball's Steven Gingery, Hunter Hargrove and Orlando Garcia have been named to the 2017 American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings All-Midwest Region teams, it was announced today.

Gingery was placed on the Midwest All-Region First Team, while Hargrove & Garcia garnered second team accolades. It is the first time each of the three Texas Tech student-athletes have been honored by the ABCA.

Tech's three selections are the most Red Raiders to appear on the All-Region lists since Josh Bard, Keith Ginter and Shane Wright earned the nods in 1998. Tech has had seven Red Raiders appear on the ABCA/Rawlings All-Region teams under head coach Tim Tadlock and his staff.



June 14, 2017

Gingery Gathers National Pitcher Of The Year Accolade

Texas Tech baseball's Steven Gingery has been awarded National Pitcher of the Year by the College Baseball Foundation, it was announced today.

It is the first time a Red Raider has been selected for the award, which will be presented by the College Baseball Foundation in July in Miami in conjunction with the MLB All-Star Game festivities.

The 2017 trophy case for the Huntington Beach, California, lefty is starting to fill up, as he was honored as the Big 12 Pitcher of the Year at the end of the conference slate. He also garnered first team All-America nods by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, making him the 98th overall All-American in school history and the 16th under head coach Tim Tadlock and his staff.

In his second season in the scarlet & black, Gingery was masterful on the mound, racking up a 10-1 record over 15 starts. Through 91.1 innings, he allowed only 21 runs, 16 earned, for an ERA of 1.58. He struck out a team-best 107, while holding opposing batters to a measly .186 at the plate.

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Tech Duo Taken By Texas Squads On Day Two Of MLB Draft

Texas Tech baseball's Parker Mushinski and Tanner Gardner had their names called by teams in their home state on day two of the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft.

Junior left-handed pitcher Parker Mushinki was selected in the seventh round, 211th overall by the Houston Astros, while junior outfielder Tanner Gardner was picked by the Texas Rangers with the 284th pick in the ninth round. Both were undrafted coming out of high school.

Mushinski and Gardner are the 10th and 11th Red Raiders picked in the top 10 rounds of the MLB Draft in five years under head coach Tim Tadlock and his staff. Tech has had at least one draft pick taken in the eighth round or earlier in each of the last six years.

Tech Has Three More Drafted On Final Day

Three more members of the Texas Tech baseball team were selected on the final day of the 2017 Major League Baseball Draft on Wednesday afternoon, bringing the total to eight overall picked by eight different MLB squads.

Junior left-handed pitcher Jacob Patterson was the first Red Raider taken on Wednesday afternoon, drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals with the 394th pick in the 13th round. Junior shortstop Orlando Garcia (456th overall) was picked in the 15th round by the San Francisco Giants, while senior Hunter Hargrove (751st overall) was chosen by the Oakland Athletics in the 25th round.

Tech has had 30 student-athletes selected in the MLB Draft in five years under head coach Tim Tadlock and his staff. All five Red Raiders taken in this year's draft came to Lubbock undrafted out of high school.


  • Trevor Rogers (signee) – 1st Round (13 overall) – Miami Marlins
  • Parker Mushinski – 7th Round (211 overall) – Houston Astros
  • Tanner Gardner – 9th Round (284 overall) – Texas Rangers
  • Jacob Patterson – 13th Round (394 overall) – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Orlando Garcia – 15th Round (456 overall) – San Francisco Giants
  • Cordell Dunn (signee) – 19th Round (579 overall) – Toronto Blue Jays
  • Hunter Hargrove – 25th Round (751 overall) – Oakland Athletics
  • Cody Masters (signee) – 40th Round (1211 overall) – Boston Red Sox


June 13, 2017

Texas Tech Mourns Loss Of B.R. "Rip" Griffin

Texas Tech Athletics mourns the loss of B.R. "Rip" Griffin, who passed away late last week at the age of 88.

Griffin, born in 1929, was a lifelong supporter of the Texas Tech Athletic program after graduating from the university with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1955. Before Tech, he graduated from Lubbock High School in 1948 and served for four years in the U.S. Army. During his time in the military, Griffin played baseball for a traveling oil league in towns such as Levelland, Brownfield and Denver City, before being discharged in 1953.

"Rip Griffin had a vision and commitment to Texas Tech baseball that precedes our current run of success," Texas Tech Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt said. "His extraordinary support will always be noticed and remembered every time we step foot inside Rip Griffin Park."

After leaving the service, Griffin enrolled at Texas Tech as a business administration major, while also hauling gasoline on the weekends and keeping books in the evening for a trailer company.

He and his son, Mark, turned a three-pump gasoline station on Avenue A built in 1962 into a nationwide chain of upscale truck stops that catered to the modern trucker. The father and son assembled a multimillion dollar company from the travel centers, petroleum and gas ventures, construction and a myriad of other enterprises.

"The news of Rip Griffin passing away reminds us all how fortunate we are to have known such a great man," Texas Tech head baseball coach Tim Tadlock said. "The mark that Rip has left in our community, at Texas Tech and for our program will never be forgotten and will continue to make an impact. The Griffin family is in all of our thoughts and prayers."

When fans drive around Texas Tech's campus, they are greeted by the silver lettering of "Rip Griffin Park" that sits in front of the home of Red Raider baseball. Dan Law Field had been the previous name of the park from 1988-2011, but an anonymous donor in 2012, who helped contribute toward the $5 million renovation, requested the name go to Rip Griffin.

Since the name change to "Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park," the stadium has housed over 4,700 fans on any given midweek or weekend game from the February to June months. Average and total attendance figures have increased every year since 2012, as the ballpark has become one of the premier venues in college baseball.

In 2006, Griffin was presented with the 2006 Heritage Award, which is given by the Double T Varsity Club to letterwinners who go on to distinguish themselves in life after Texas Tech Athletics.

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June 13, 2017

FCA Mission Trip: Texas Tech in Haiti

Last month, 14 Texas Tech student-athletes took part in a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Haiti for a one-week mission trip.

Eleven soccer players, two women's basketball players and a volleyball player were part of the group that was headed by FCA women's athletic chaplain Brandi Cantrell.

"I am so proud of our student athletes. Their energy, attitude and effort the whole week was beyond expectation," Cantrell said. "I think it speaks to the quality and high character of the student athletes that we have at Tech. They loved and served so well in situations and circumstances that we sometimes difficult and out of their comfort zones."

The group went to Haiti with the Mission of Hope, an organization that supports villages in Haiti. They visited with the people of Haiti and children and anything else they could help with.

"We painted houses for villagers during our trip. We would go into the village and the pastor would choose a person to have their house painted," volleyball student athlete Sarah Redding said. "They would pick out the color and we would paint the house for them."

The student-athletes also got to enjoy the culture and people of Haiti.

"This trip to Haiti has truly transformed my life in so many ways," soccer student athlete Gabbie Puente said.
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May 23, 2017

Hargrove, Gingery, Jung Earn Individual Big 12 Honors

The No. 3 Texas Tech baseball team had a great showing on the regular season voting ballot, picking up 12 awards from the Big 12 for their play during the regular season.

For the second-straight year, the Player of the Year title stayed in Lubbock, as senior Hunter Hargrove earned the award. Sophomore left-hander Steven Gingery received the program's first Big 12 Pitcher of the Year honor and freshman infielder Josh Jung brought home Freshman of the Year.

No other school had more than one student-athlete recognized among the four awards.

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May 20, 2017

No. 4 Tech Wins Big 12 Title With Sweep Of Kansas

With a strikeout from No. 42, No. 4 Texas Tech baseball swept Kansas, 9-4, to win game No. 42 and claim the program's second-straight Big 12 regular season championship on Saturday afternoon in front of a sold out senior day crowd at Rip Griffin Park.

It was the sixth conference title in program history and the first time to earn back-to-back regular season crowns. In 1997 & 1998, Tech won the season championship and the tournament title, respectively.

With Sunday's win, the Red Raiders (42-13, 16-8) were the only team in conference play to sweep the Jayhawks (29-26, 11-13) in the 2017 season. Tech swept its first and last Big 12 series of the year, while taking four of the other six conference sets en route to a 16-victory Big 12 season.

The win also guaranteed Tech the No. 1 seed at next week's Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.

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May 19, 2017

TICKET PUNCHED! No. 6 Women’s Tennis Advances to Elite 8

The No. 6 Women's Tennis team punched their ticket to the NCAA Elite 8 for the first time in program history as they defeated No. 11 Auburn, 4-2, Friday afternoon.

Gabriela Talaba and Felicity Maltby gave the Lady Raiders (27-4) a 1-0 advantage in doubles play with a 6-2 win on court two. Doubles pair Sabrina Federici and Sarah Dvorak dropped a 6-3 decision on court one before the Tigers clinched the doubles point with a 7-5 win on court three.

The Lady Raiders have only lost the doubles point eight times this season and have a 5-3 record when doing so.

No. 58 Maltby tied the match, 1-1, with a two-set victory (6-1, 6-0) over No. 29 Andie Dikosavljevic on court two. The win is her sixth win over a ranked opponent this season.

Auburn took a 2-1 lead as Alannah Griffin defeated Sarah Dvorak in straight sets (6-3, 6-2). It was all Texas Tech from there.

Federici battled to a 7-5, 6-0 win on court four over Georgia Axon just before Katelyn Jackson took a 7-5, 6-2 win over Auburn's Caroline Turner.

It came down to third sets on courts one and three.

After dropping 6-4 in the opening set, No. 9 Talaba took back-to-back sets over No. 17 Alizee Michaud (6-2, 6-0) to clinch the match and the spot in the Elite 8 for the Lady Raiders.

Texas Tech will face No. 3 Ohio State in the quarterfinals on Sunday at 11 a.m. CT.

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May 18, 2017

Keter Named Big 12 Outstanding Performer of the Year

Benard Keter was titled the Outstanding Performer of the Year, as announced by the Big 12 Conference this afternoon.

"I'm really proud of the effort he showed at Big 12, winning both the steeplechase and the 5k" Head Coach Wes Kittley said. "That was the best meet that I've seen him have as a Red Raider… not because the times, but how he competed. Benard really put it on the line and gave our team a boost."

This is the third conference honor claimed by Keter in the past week, and the fourth during his 2016-17 track & field and cross country season.

"What a nice honor for Benard," Head Cross Country Coach Jon Murray said. "It is a testimony to the hard work, competitiveness and dedication he shows every day. He has been a strong team leader for us on the track and winning two Big 12 championships was a great way for him to finish his last Big 12 meet."
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May 13, 2017

No. 6 Women's Tennis is Sweet 16 Bound

The No. 6 Women's Tennis team advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the third straight year as Texas Tech defeated No. 44 Denver, 4-1, at the McLeod Tennis Center Saturday afternoon.

The Lady Raiders, now 26-4 on the year, broke the school record for most team wins in a single season.

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May 13, 2017

Bouwer Claims Conference Crown

Texas Tech track & field started off strong on day one of the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championship at Rock Chalk Park, ending the day with a conference champion title.

Freshman Werner Bouwer exerted a throw of 69.69m/228-7.75 safeguarding his conference leading position to take hold of the the Big 12 javelin crown.

Three Red Raiders Wrangle Big 12 Titles

The Red Raiders wrapped up day two of the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championship with three conference titles and a total of 10 All-Big 12 honors.

Kaylee Hinton had a huge day clinching both the Big 12 heptathlon title and the all-time school record with her total of 5,869 points. This finish sits fifth in the NCAA, allowing Hinton the opportunity to compete on the national stage. This position is the third highest score in Big 12 Championship history.

The second conference title of the day was secured by Trey Culver, who finished the men's high jump at a 2.16m/7-1 bar.

The third title taken was Benard Keter, who is now a two-time conference champion in the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase. Keter paced an 8:49.90 to secure his crown. Keter was also leading the Big 12 standings coming into the championship.

Keter Earns Second Conference Title This Weekend

Benard Keter staked a claim for his second Big 12 title of the weekend, running a 14:11.75 in the men's 5,000-meter race. This marked Keter's third Big 12 title this year and fourth in his career. His first title of the year was secured at the cross country conference championship and his second just yesterday in the 3,000-meter steeplechase.

"A great win by Benard, a very exciting 5,000-meter race. I couldn't be more proud of him, showing up and getting two wins in the conference championship."
#fearless #big12


May 12, 2017

Six Tech Student-Athletes Named Arthur Ashe Scholars

Texas Tech had six student-athletes recognized for their work in the classroom this week as part of the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Awards.

Recent NFL Draft first-round selection Patrick Mahomes II as well as softball outfielders Kierra Miles and Kiani Ramsey highlighted Tech's list of recipients as first-team honorees. Rebekah O'Brien (soccer) and Trey Culver, the reigning NCAA Champion in the high jump, earned second and third team accolades, respectively, while Recee Caldwell (women's basketball) garnered a honorable mention selection.

The Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Awards are designed to honor undergraduate students who have excelled in the classroom as well as on the athletic field. Inspired by tennis legend Arthur Ashe Jr's commitment to education as well as his love for the game of tennis, the award is open to all student-athletes at U.S. colleges or universities.

In order to be nominated, student-athletes must maintain at least a 3.2 cumulative grade-point average and be active on their campuses or in their community. Texas Tech's nominations were selected by the academic staff at the Marsha Sharp Center for Student-Athletes.



May 11, 2017

Head Coach Todd Petty was unanimously selected the 2017 Big 12 Coach of the Year for the third time in his career. He has won the second most Coach of the Year awards in the Big 12.

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May 11, 2017

Men's Tennis Places Three on All-Big 12 Teams

Jolan Cailleau, Connor Curry and Bjorn Thomson of the Texas Tech men's tennis team captured All-Big 12 First-Team honors announced Thursday by the conference office.

Cailleau secured an All Big 12 First-Team selection in singles whereas Curry and Thomson notched All-Big 12 First-Team accolades in doubles. All three players will represent the Red Raiders at the NCAA Singles and Doubles competition later this month at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex on the University of Georgia campus.

#fearless #big12



May 10, 2017

Tech Finishes Fifth to Advance to NCAA Championships

Texas Tech clinched its third NCAA Championships bid in program history Wednesday as the Lady Raiders defended their home facility by finishing fifth at the NCAA Lubbock Regionals held at The Rawls Course.

For the second-straight day, it was consistency throughout the lineup that propelled the Lady Raiders to their second NCAA Championships appearance in the last three years. All five of Tech's players shot 2-over or better en route to a 3-over 291 final round card that pushed the Lady Raiders to 9-over 873 for the tournament.

"I've kept saying that we haven't played our best golf yet, and I think this week we finally played our best golf at the time where we needed to the most," Tech head coach JoJo Robertson said. "I'm really proud of our team for how they played this week and we're excited to be heading back to nationals."
#fearless #ncaa



May 9, 2017

23 Track & Field Athletes Named Academic All-Big 12

Texas Tech track & field had eight male and 15 female athletes named to the Academic All-Big 12 first and second teams.

Tayler Jameson was one of 18 female athletes recognized for her 4.00 GPA.

Athletes named to the first team are: Kaylee Amershek, Hannah Bradley, Jocelyn Caro, Trey Culver, Riley Gonzales, Jade Greer, Kaylee Hinton, Tayler Jameson, Maggy Mulholland, Adria Parker, Christopher Scott, Reece Timmons, Ebenether Wondaferew, Blake Wood, Megan Wood and Lauren Younger.

Those named to the second team are: Marika Brown, Joel Latson, Amani Nesmith, Isaac Shepard, Hagen Stoute, Jasmine Torres and Joacim Zuniga.

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May 9, 2017

Jessica Hartwell Named Big 12 Player of the Week

Texas Tech sophomore infielder Jessica Hartwell gained Big 12 Player of the Week honors today after blasting three home runs this weekend at the Ram Classic in Fort Collins, Colo.

This is Hartwell's first Big 12 weekly award of her career. She is the first Red Raider honored with a weekly award from the league this season and the first since senior Kierra Miles last season.

Hartwell led the league last week with three home runs and six RBI while hitting .500 in 10 at bats at the Ram Classic in Fort Collins. She added a double and a walk while recording her first multi-home run game in Tech's Sunday matchup with Colorado State. She recorded one of her six RBI in Tech's six-run second inning against South Dakota Sunday that led to a Red Raider win.

"Jessica works incredibly hard," head coach Adrian Gregory said. "I've put a lot of responsibility on her, and she continues to rise up to the occasion. As I demand more, she steps up more. Our program is in great hands with her at the helm as a leader. She has a lot of expectation on her back, she knows that and she wants it."
#fearless #big12



May 9, 2017

23 Track & Field Athletes Named Academic All-Big 12

Texas Tech track & field had eight male and 15 female athletes named to the Academic All-Big 12 first and second teams.

Tayler Jameson was one of 18 female athletes recognized for her 4.00 GPA.

Athletes named to the first team are: Kaylee Amershek, Hannah Bradley, Jocelyn Caro, Trey Culver, Riley Gonzales, Jade Greer, Kaylee Hinton, Tayler Jameson, Maggy Mulholland, Adria Parker, Christopher Scott, Reece Timmons, Ebenether Wondaferew, Blake Wood, Megan Wood and Lauren Younger.

Those named to the second team are: Marika Brown, Joel Latson, Amani Nesmith, Isaac Shepard, Hagen Stoute, Jasmine Torres and Joacim Zuniga.

First team members consist of those who have maintained a 3.20 or better GPA while the second team selections hold a 3.00 to 3.19 GPA. To qualify, student-athletes must maintain a 3.00 GPA or higher either cumulative or the two previous semesters and must have participated in 60 percent of their team's scheduled contests.

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May 4, 2017

Gabriela Talaba Named Program’s First All-American

For the first time in Texas Tech Women's Tennis history, junior Gabriela Talaba earned All-America honors following the 2017 regular season.

She received a Top 16 national seed in the NCAA Tennis Championships singles competition set for May 24-29 at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga., following the conclusion of the team championships.

This season, Talaba posted a 22-6 record during the regular season, including a school record setting 20-5 in the No. 1 position.

Talaba helped her team to a Big 12 regular season and tournament title for the first time in school history and led the Lady Raiders to the Elite 8 of the ITA Indoor Nationals.

Talaba is one of the most decorated players in school history. With a 63-21 career record, she has the fourth best career win percentage (0.750) in school history.

#fearless #champion #legacy



May 4, 2017

Tech Earns 16th-Straight NCAA Golf Regional Bid

The Texas Tech men's golf team has been selected to compete in the 2017 NCAA Regional Championships, as the No. 2 seed in the College Grove, Tennessee, region. The tournament will be held May 15-17.

This is the 16th consecutive year the No. 11 Red Raiders have been selected for the NCAA postseason, which is the longest active team qualification streak on campus. The school record for consecutive NCAA postseason appearances is currently 17 years, held by the women's basketball program.

#fearless #ncaa



May 4, 2017


The Texas Tech softball program had nine student-athletes receive recognized Thursday on the Academic All-Big 12 teams that were announced by the league office.

The Red Raiders had six student-athletes – seniors Ashley Fultz, Kierra Miles, Devon Thomey and Brittany Warnecke and sophomores Kiani Ramsey and Kiana Workman – named to the first team, while seniors Mattison Maisel and Dominique Alcocer and sophomore Jessica Hartwell garnered second team accolades.

Ramsey was one of five conference student-athletes nominated with a perfect 4.0 grade-point average. This marks the 10th year in a row Tech has had a student-athlete nominated with a 4.0 grade-point average, the longest such streak in the Big 12.

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May 3, 2017

Champlin and Latham Sweep Weekly Conference Honors

As announced by the Big 12 Conference this afternoon, junior Steven Champlin and senior Viershanie Latham both won Athlete of the Week for their performances at the Red Raider Shootout.

Champlin put together a 45.01 (converted to 45.12 with altitude) 400-meter run to claim first at the meet. This was a lifetime-best for Champlin that earned him the No. 4 nationally-ranked spot as well as the No. 7 world-ranked position.

Champlin is also a part of the men's 4x400 relay that is currently ranked fifth in the nation with their 3:03.28 time.

Latham has continued to produce strong marks throughout the season in the women's jumps, with the most recent accomplishment being her 6.55m/21-6 (+3.8w) long jump mark.

This was an almost foot-and-a-half lifetime-best improvement for Latham that moved her up to No. 5 in the national rankings and No. 9 in the world amongst moderately-windy marks.

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May 2, 2017

Women’s Tennis to Host NCAA First & Second Rounds

The No. 6 Texas Tech Women's Tennis team will host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Championships at the McLeod Tennis Center for the second straight year.

This is the sixth consecutive season the Lady Raiders earned a berth to the NCAA Championships.

Tech was selected as the No. 6 national seed in the NCAA Lubbock Regional on Tuesday afternoon during the NCAA Selection Show on NCAA.com. The Lady Raiders welcome Southern California, Denver and Quinnipiac for the two-day tournament that will take place May 12-13.

"We're excited to get to play this at home in front of our crowd, get to sleep in our own beds and use this to our own advantage," head coach Todd Petty said. "Any time we can host a regional, it's a really good year. I'm really proud of the girls and excited for them."

Texas Tech has advanced past the regional round the last two seasons, earning a spot in the Sweet 16.

The Lady Raiders (24-4) enter the tournament with an automatic bid after winning the first Big 12 tournament title in program history. Tech is one of six Big 12 members to receive a bid to the NCAA Championships this season.

#fearless #ncaa



May 2, 2017

Hargrove Reels In NCBWA Hitter Of The Week

Texas Tech baseball senior infielder Hunter Hargrove was named Hitter of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writer's Association (NCBWA), the publication announced today.

Earlier in the week, Hargrove picked up Big 12 Player of the Week honors for the second time this season. He joins fellow infielder Orlando Garcia in earning national accolades in 2017, who earned Collegiate Baseball Newspaper National Player of the Week on April 10.

Hargrove's award is the first from the NCBWA since Eric Gutierrez on Feb. 17, 2015.




May 1, 2017

Curry and Sendegeya Notch Big 12 All-Tournament Nods

Connor Curry and Alex Sendegeya tucked away Big 12 All-Tournament Team honors for the Texas Tech men's tennis team announced Monday by the conference office.

For Sendegeya, it marked the second straight time he earned Big 12 All-Tournament Team accolades for singles. He captured back-to-back wins over ranked opponents in this year's event. The Liverpool native defeated No. 59 Johannes Schretter of Baylor by a 6-4, 6-3 margin and added a 7-6 (4), 1-6, 6-1 win over No. 110 Lucas Gerch of Oklahoma State.

Curry also reeled off two singles wins for the Red Raiders. He upended Baylor's Jimmy Bendick by a 6-4, 7-6 (4) margin for the match-clinching point in the quarters coupled with a 6-0, 3-6, 6-3 decision over Oklahoma State's Tristian Mereat.

#fearless #big12



May 1, 2017

Four Singles, Two Doubles Earn All-Tourney Team Honors

Four Women's Tennis singles and two doubles teams earned a spot on the Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team, the league announced Monday.

The team was selected by the nine head coaches in the conference.

Junior Gabriela Talaba earned the No. 1 position while sophomore Felicity Maltby nabbed the No. 2 singles line. Talaba posted a 3-0 record on the weekend and extended her win streak to eight matches. Along the way, she defeated two ranked opponents including a Top 10 victory over Viktoriya Lushkova on Oklahoma State.

Maltby had the championship match clincher with a comeback three-set win over No. 49 Katarina Adamovic.

Juniors Sarah Dvorak and Katelyn Jackson earned a spot on the team in the No. 5 and No. 6 positions, respectively. Dvorak went 2-0 this weekend and clinched the win over Texas to send the Lady Raiders to the championship match.

Jackson posted a 2-0 record during tournament play including a three-set comeback over Texas' Dani Wagland on Saturday.

In doubles, Sabrina Federici and Dvorak claimed the No. 1 spot while Maltby and Talaba took home honors on the No. 2 doubles line.

#fearless #big12



May 1, 2017

Hargrove, Klein Receive Conference Recognition

Texas Tech baseball's Hunter Hargrove and Brian Klein have been named Big 12 Player of the Week and Newcomer of the Week, the league announced today.

It's the second time this season Hargrove has picked up the honor, previously doing so after the first week of the 2017 season. Klein's nod makes him the eighth different Red Raider to earn one of the conference's weekly awards this season and the third to win the Newcomer accolade.

Tech's total of nine Big 12 in-season awards are the most the Red Raiders have ever had in one year and lead the other member institutions this season by three. Other award winners in 2017 include: Michael Davis (April 17), Orlando Garcia (April 10), Tanner Gardner (March 13), Steven Gingery (Feb. 27), Josh Jung (Feb. 21) and Grant Little (March 27).

Hargrove & Klein both recorded a Big 12-high nine hits last week, as Hargrove led the Red Raiders with a .500 batting average, followed closely by Klein at .474. Hargrove's week extended his conference-leading hit-total to 66, his double figures to 19 and total bases to 104.

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May 1, 2017

Men's Track & Field Matches Highest Ranking in School History

The Texas Tech men's track & field team is ranked No. 3 in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) computer rankings.

This spot ties the highest ranking ever held by the Texas Tech track & field men's team.

"I'm really proud that we've been able to move up in the polls," Head Coach Wes Kittley said. "It's fun for our team and they've worked hard to get to this spot, we just need to keep working hard as we get closer conference."
#fearless #grit



April 30, 2017

Women’s Tennis Wins Big 12 Championship

The No. 7 Texas Tech Women's Tennis team won the program's first Big 12 Championship title as the Lady Raiders downed No. 9 Oklahoma State, 4-2.

The Lady Raiders (24-4) have defeated the Cowgirls (21-5) twice this season.

This was the third straight Big 12 Championship final that the Lady Raiders have played in and the first Big 12 tournament title for the Lady Raiders. The title also marked the first year Tech captured the regular season title and the championship title.

"I'm just so proud of the girls, especially this junior class," Head Coach Todd Petty said. "They've gone three years without a Big 12 title and we've played for it quite a few times leading up into this season. For them to get a share of the regular season and claim the tournament championship, I just could not be more proud of them overall."
#fearless #champions #big12



April 27, 2017

Lady Raiders Earn Another NCAA Regional Bid

For the seventh time over the past eight years, the Texas Tech women's golf team is heading to the postseason. This time, though, the Lady Raiders will be doing so right at home.

Tech was selected as the No. 9 seed in the NCAA Lubbock Regional on Thursday morning during the NCAA Selection Show on the Golf Channel. The Lady Raiders will welcome 17 other schools and six individuals during the three-day tournament that will take place May 8-10 at The Rawls Course.

"We're excited to once again be in a Regional," Tech head coach JoJo Robertson said. "This will be a challenging field that includes several teams we are familiar with this season. We're looking forward to hosting and I know our team has been looking forward to playing at The Rawls Course again."

This will be the 17th all-time NCAA Regional appearance for the Lady Raiders, who will be hosting the regional round for the first time since 2005. The Rawls Course, which was named the No. 4 campus course in the country this past fall, also hosted the 2015 NCAA Men's Golf Regional.

#fearless #ncaa



April 27, 2017

Mahomes Heads to Kansas City with No. 10 Overall Pick

Patrick Mahomes II's dream of one day reaching the NFL came true Thursday night as the Texas Tech quarterback was selected by the Kansas City Chiefs with the No. 10 overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft.

The Chiefs made a leap up the draft board to select Mahomes, reportedly trading a first and third round pick this year and a 2018 first rounder to the Buffalo Bills. It marked the first time Kansas City had selected a Red Raider since the late James Hadnot was chosen in the third round of the 1980 draft.

Mahomes, who watched the draft alongside friends and family from his hometown of Tyler, Texas, becomes the seventh Red Raider to be selected in the opening round, joining an elite group that includes Walter Schlinkmann (1945), Dave Parks (1964), Donny Anderson (1965), Ted Watts (1981), Gabe Rivera (1983) and Michael Crabtree (2009).

The No. 10 pick marks the highest a Red Raider has been selected since Crabtree was picked at the same point of the 2009 draft. Only two other Red Raiders have been chosen higher as former Tech All-American and NFL Pro Bowl player Dave Parks was the top pick of the 1964 draft by San Francisco while fellow All-American Donny Anderson was selected seventh a year later.

#fearless #legacy



April 26, 2017

Tennis Programs Capture 12 Academic All-Big 12 Honors

The Texas Tech men's and women's tennis teams had 12 players tuck away Academic All-Big 12 honors announced Tuesday by the conference office.

Texas Tech had 11 of its 12 selections named to the first team which consists of student-athletes who have maintained a 3.20 GPA or better.

On the men's side, Bjorn Thomson was the only player in the Big 12 to compile a 4.0 GPA. The five total honorees for the Red Raiders are a program single-season record on the Academic All-Big 12 Team.

The Lady Raiders paced the conference with seven overall selections which also matched a program single-season mark with the 2013 team.

2016-17 Academic All-Big 12 First Team

Jolan Cailleau, Senior, Finance

Connor Curry, Junior, Electronic Media and Communication

Carlos DiLaura, Senior, Marketing and Management

Sarah Dvorak, Junior, Nutrition

Sabrina Federici, Junior, Sports Management

Katelyn Jackson, Junior, Kinesiology

Lynn Kiro, Senior, Sports Management

Gabriela Talaba, Junior, Sports Management

Alex Sendegeya, Junior, International Economics

Bjorn Thomson, Sophomore, Sports Management

Alex Valenstein, Sophomore, Finance

2016-17 Academic All-Big 12 Second Team

Felicity Maltby, Sophomore, Advertising



April 25, 2017

Men Claim Top-5 USTFCCCA Ranking

The Texas Tech men's track & field team is ranked No. 4 in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) computer rankings.

"This is the time of the year when the rankings really start meaning something to me," Head Coach Wes Kittley said. "As we start moving toward the Big 12 Championship and the first round of Nationals, I think it is important that we gain confidence and that the kids feel like there is a good possibility for us to be on the podium. We just have to keep working hard and stay healthy."

This is a four spot jump from last week's ranking, and is the highest position held by the Red Raider men since 2012.



April 24, 2017

Nunez Wins McAuley Distinguished Student Award

Texas Tech senior defensive lineman Talor Nunez was named Friday the 2017 recipient of the prestigious McAuley Distinguished Engineering Student Award presented by the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering.

The award is one of the top honors presented annually for engineering students at Texas Tech. It is named in memory of James A. McAuley, a distinguished alumnus in the field of engineering and a member of the Dean's Council.

"I'm very honored and humbled to accept this award," Nunez said. "I'm thankful for each person who has helped guide me to this position. I'm also thankful to the Dean's Council for selecting me as the winner of this year's award. It's truly a blessing and I will always work to represent Texas Tech well in all that I do."

Nunez, a mechanical engineering major out of Midland, will be recognized at a May 19 banquet hosted by the engineering college. Nunez will graduate this August with his undergraduate degree and will immediately start on a master's program in the Rawls College of Business.




April 19, 2017

Brown Bags Second Big 12 Honor of Outdoor Season

Charles Brown was named Big 12 Male Track & Field Athlete of the Week for the second time this outdoor season.

Brown is the first male track & field athlete in school history to claim this weekly honor more than once in an outdoor season. He is the second in school history for both indoor and outdoor combined, following Kennedy Kithuka who won in back-to-back weeks in his 2013 indoor season.

At the Horned Frog Invitational, Brown cleared an 8.30m/27-2.75 (+4.8w) jump to claim the meet crown and the wind-aided school record.

This jump also has Brown ranked first in the world for wind-assisted long jump marks.

#fearless #big12


Robertson Named U.S. Coach for Junior Golf World Cup

Texas Tech women's golf coach JoJo Robertson has been named the head coach for the United States women's team that will compete this summer in the Toyota Junior Golf World Cup in Nagoya, Japan.

Robertson, now in her eighth year leading the Lady Raiders, will oversee a trio of America's top junior players, two of which that were part of the 2016 squad that claimed the team title. All three players have already signed National Letters of Intent to play at the Division-I level next fall.

"This is such an honor for me to be part of this event," Robertson said. "I could not be more proud to travel and represent the USA. We have a great group of young ladies and I am looking forward to getting to know them and experiencing this with them."



April 19, 2017

Tech Golf Lands Eight On Academic All-Big 12 Teams

Texas Tech men's and women's golf each had four student-athletes honored as members of the 2017 Academic All-Big 12 golf teams, the league office announced on Tuesday.

On the men's side, Hurly Long, Federico Zucchetti, Ivan Ramirez and Hannes Ronneblad were named to the first team. This marks Ronneblad's third selection during his career.

On the women's side, Mami Yamamoto, Gabby Barker and Lauren Mason earned first team honors, and Cara Barker was named to the second team. This is the second-straight first team honor for Mason.

#fearless #big12



April 17, 2017

Davis Delivered Big 12 Player Of The Week Honor

Texas Tech baseball junior infielder Michael Davis has been named Big 12 Player of the Week, the league announced today.

It is the second career conference honor for the Lubbock native, who won the weekly award on April 11, 2016, after an impressive weekend at Oklahoma State. Davis' is also the second-straight Red Raider to receive the distinction, as junior infielder Orlando Garcia won last week.

#fearless #big12



April 16, 2017

No. 11 Red Raiders Claim Hawkeye Invite Championship

The No. 11 Texas Tech men's golf team captured its second team tournament title of the season on Sunday, winning the Hawkeye Invitational.

This marks the first season in which Tech has won multiple team tournament titles since the 2009-10 academic year. It's the 19th team tournament title under head coach Greg Sands.

"I'm proud of how we finished this tournament on those last few holes," Sands said. "It's one thing to be a favorite at a tournament, but it's another to actually play like it and win it. It's a great feeling to be able to start and finish the spring portion of the regular season with wins like this. We definitely have some things to clean up before next weekend, but I like where we are right now."
#fearless #champions


Texas Tech Mourns the Loss of Spike Dykes

During his 13 seasons as head coach at Texas Tech and the years that followed, Spike Dykes was a legend in every sense of the word.

Born in Lubbock, Dykes was a West Texan through and through. He led his hometown school to a then school-record 82 wins from 1986-99, cementing his legacy as one of the more adored figures in Texas Tech history.

#fearless #legacy



April 10, 2017

Garcia Garners Big 12 Player Of The Week Honor

Texas Tech baseball junior infielder Orlando Garcia picked up his second award of the day after being honored as Big 12 Player of the Week, the league announced today.

Garica was also named National Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper on Monday, the first honor for a Red Raider this season and first since Bobby Doran in 2010.

His accolade marks the sixth weekly conference award for a Red Raider in 2017, as Tanner Gardner (March 13), Steven Gingery (Feb. 27), Hunter Hargrove (Feb. 21), Josh Jung (Feb. 21) and Grant Little (March 27) have all received recognition by the Big 12 this year.

Garcia racked up a .471 average over 17 at-bats last week, helping the Red Raiders to a 3-1 record against New Mexico State and then-No. 29 Baylor. He tallied eight hits, including four home runs, along with 11 RBI, six runs scored and three walks.

#fearless #big12



April 10, 2017

Garcia Named CB Newspaper National Player Of The Week

Texas Tech baseball junior infielder Orlando Garcia has received Collegiate Baseball Newspaper National Player of the Week honors, the publication announced today.

It is the first honor for a Red Raider this season. Garcia is the first since Bobby Doran in 2010 to be named a Player of the Week by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.

Garcia racked up a .471 average over 17 at-bats last week, helping the Red Raiders to a 3-1 record against New Mexico State and then-No. 29 Baylor. He tallied eight hits, including four home runs, along with 11 RBI, six runs scored and three walks.




April 9, 2017

Women’s Tennis Wins Share of Big 12 Title

The No. 5 Texas Tech Women's Tennis Team clinched a share of the 2017 Big 12 title with a 4-0 win over West Virginia on Sunday afternoon.

This is the women's tennis program's third Big 12 Championship in six seasons, all coming under Head Coach Todd Petty.

The Lady Raiders (20-3, 8-0 Big 12) continue their 13-match win streak to stay undefeated in Big 12 play. This is the third straight 20-win season for the Lady Raiders under Petty.

"I am so proud of these young ladies. They have fought for this goal for many years and to see them accomplish it is so rewarding," Head Coach Todd Petty said.
#fearless #champions #big12



April 5, 2017

Brown Earns Big 12 Athlete of the Week

Texas Tech jumper Charles Brown was named Track & Field Athlete of the Week by the Big 12 conference this afternoon, owed to his standout performance at Texas Relays.

"What a great jump for Charles at Texas Relays! Head Coach Wes Kittley said. "I couldn't be more pleased with the transition from indoors to outdoors and how he is figuring it out on the runways. We've seen the big jumps, but now they're starting to happen"

Brown hit a long jump mark of 8.14m/26-8.50 ranking him No. 3 in the world. This jump by Brown also leads the nation by over half a foot.

Brown's mark serves not only as a second-place outdoor record for Texas Tech, but as his lifetime-best jump.

#fearless #big12



April 5, 2017

Ronneblad Receives Big 12 Honor

Texas Tech senior Hannes Ronneblad has been named the Big 12 Men's Golfer of the Month for the month of March, the conference office announced Wednesday.

This marks the first time Ronneblad has won the award, and he is the second Red Raider to win the award this season, joining Fredrik Nilehn, who won in October. The last time Tech won this award twice in a calendar year was the 2006-07 season (Jake Younan-Wise and Will Griffin).

#fearless #big12


April 2, 2017

Tech Teams With Garth Brooks' Teammates For Kids

The Texas Tech football program joined country music legend Garth Brooks' Teammates for Kids Foundation to host a youth camp Sunday morning at Jones AT&T Stadium.

Head coach Kliff Kingsbury and his staff teamed with Brooks in hosting roughly 70 youth athletes from the Lubbock area, all of which were attending free of charge. The camp focused on teaching important football skills as well as developing character and leadership traits.

"This was an unbelievable opportunity to participate in such a good cause," Kingsbury said. "It's incredible that Garth takes the time he does on every tour stop to conduct a camp like this. The kids were phenomenal and learned a tremendous amount not only about football, but also about character and leadership."
#fearless #community


April 2, 2017

Women’s Tennis Continues Undefeated Streak in Big 12

The No. 6 Texas Tech Women's Tennis team earned its 11th-straight win of the season with a 4-2 victory over No. 36 Oklahoma (10-6, 0-4 Big 12) on Sunday at The Falls Tennis & Athletic Club.

With the win, the Lady Raiders (18-3, 6-0 Big 12) stayed undefeated in Big 12 play entering the final two weeks of the regular season.

#fearless #grit


April 1, 2017

Fearless Dream Kids Score at Texas Tech Football Spring Game

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March 28, 2017

Gabriela Talaba Named Big 12 Player of the Week

Junior Gabriela Talaba was named the Big 12 Player of the Week after a 2-0 showing in singles play and going 2-0 in doubles action.

Talaba earned two ranked wins over conference foes to help the Lady Raiders stay undefeated in Big 12 play.

"We are very proud of Gabriela and how much she has progressed," Head Coach Todd Petty said. "She had a tremendous weekend and was a huge part of our success."
#fearless #big12



March 27, 2017

Little Named Big 12 Newcomer Of The Week

Texas Tech baseball freshman outfielder Grant Little has been named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week, the league announced today.

It's the first conference accolade for the Midland native. His honor marks the fifth weekly award for a Red Raider this season, as Tanner Gardner (March 13), Steven Gingery (Feb. 27), Hunter Hargrove (Feb. 21) and Josh Jung (Feb. 21) have all received recognition by the Big 12 in 2017.

#fearless #big12



Coming Home: Jakeem Grant

Texas Tech's all-time receiving leader Jakeem Grant returned to Lubbock this offseason and sat down with Texas Tech TV to discuss his successful rookie season and how being a Tech graduate has positively impacted his life.

Grant ranked 12th in the NFL averaging 8.3 yards per punt return, including one touchdown, in his rookie year. Grant was a sixth-round pick of the Miami Dolphins in the 2016 NFL Draft.

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March 16, 2017

Red Raider Volleyball Impacts Lubbock Community

According to Merriam-Webster, the word 'improve' is defined as "to enhance in value or quality: make better."

For the Texas Tech volleyball team, much of their spring semester is centered around this word. They work tirelessly in the practice gym, in the weight room and in the classroom. They do this with their sights set on next fall, when they will put all of their hard work on display.

There is also a segment of their semester that isn't fixated on self-improvement. Instead, it's focused on improving their community.

Since the start of February the team has been lending a hand at several places in the Lubbock community, including the Texas Tech University Therapeutic Riding Center, which offers equine-assisted therapy to those with special needs within Lubbock and the surrounding areas.

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March 16, 2017

Texas Tech Spring Game Officially Sold Out

Texas Tech will host its Spring Game in front of a capacity crowd on April 1 as tickets to watch the Red Raiders at The Star in Frisco are officially sold out.

Demand by fans to see a battle between the offense and defense pushed Tech to full capacity less than three weeks before the Red Raiders travel to the 12,000-seat Ford Center that is part of the Dallas Cowboys' team headquarters at The Star.

"We can't thank our fans enough for their support of our football program," Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt said. "As I've said before, The Star is a perfect setting to showcase our football program and our university. The support of our fan base makes it even more special and I know our coaches and student-athletes can't wait to play in one of the premier athletic facilities in the country."


March 14, 2017

Ronneblad Wraps Up Individual Title At Bandon Dunes

Hannes Ronneblad captured the second individual title of his Red Raider career on Tuesday, winning the Bandon Dunes Championship.

After shooting an opening-round 65, Ronneblad (-10) pretty much led wire-to-wire, other than being tied atop the leaderboard a couple times throughout the weekend. He birdied Nos. 16 and 18 to hold off Oregon's Wyndham Clark (-8), who entered the week as the nation's No. 2 player, according to Golfweek.

Ronneblad's birdie on No. 18 also vaulted the No. 9 Red Raiders into sole possession of second place as a team, finishing the week at -7.

#fearless #champion



March 13, 2017

Gardner Secures Big 12 Player Of The Week

Texas Tech baseball junior outfielder Tanner Gardner has been named Big 12 Player of the Week, the league announced today.

It's the second time the Frisco native has earned the award, last doing so almost a year ago to the date on March 21, 2016. Gardner's honor marks the second Player of the Week award for Tech this season, as senior infielder Hunter Hargrove was selected after the first weekend of the season. The Red Raiders have won all three of the conference's weekly awards in 2017.

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March 11, 2017

Culver Claims High Jump Crown

Lubbock native Trey Culver captured the high jump crown, marking back-to-back years in which he has claimed this honor. The junior notched a new indoor personal-record height of 2.26m/7-5, matching his outdoor record which he achieved at the 2016 Nike Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays. This mark also allowed Culver the No. 5 indoor Texas Tech record.

Texas Tech has swept the high jump indoor national championship titles three-straight years, from JaCorian Duffield in 2015 to Culver in 2016 and 2017. This three meet streak stands as the most consecutive high jump titles in NCAA history.

#fearless #champion #ncaa


March 7, 2017

No. 6 Tech Throttles No. 4 Arizona, 13-1

The No. 6 Texas Tech baseball team posted 13 runs on 14 hits to breeze past No. 4 Arizona, 13-1, on Tuesday night at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.

It was the third-straight victory over a top-10 team for the Red Raiders (12-2), making it the first time since 2014 to accomplish the feat when Tech defeated No. 3 Indiana, No. 10 Rice and No. 3 Miami. Last weekend at the 2017 Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic, Tech took down No. 8 Ole Miss on Saturday, 5-1, and No. 2 LSU on Sunday, 5-2.

Coming into today's game, Arizona (11-2) was also ranked No. 1 in the first NCAA RPI poll of the season.

#fearless #hunger


March 5, 2017

No. 10 Tech Walks Off No. 2 LSU, 5-4, In Shriners Finale

The No. 10 Texas Tech baseball team capped off the 2017 Shriners Hospitals for Children Classic with a dramatic walk-off victory over No. 2 LSU, 5-4, on Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.

The Red Raiders (11-2) used the extra half of the ninth inning to secure the win, as junior outfielder Tanner Gardner sliced the two-out game-winner back at the LSU (9-3) pitcher, who tried to stop the ball with his foot, but it ricocheted out toward third base, allowing Tech to finish 2-1 this weekend in Houston.

#fearless #grit



March 5, 2017

Evans, Smith Earn All-Big 12 Basketball Awards

Keenan Evans and Zach Smith captured All-Big 12 honors as announced Sunday by the conference office and selected by the league's coaches.

Evans picked All-Big 12 Third-Team accolades, while Smith came away with All-Big 12 Honorable Mention status for the second straight season. For Evans, he is the first Texas Tech player to be named to the All-Big 12 Third Team since Jaye Crockett during the 2013-14 season.

Smith has piled up 12.3 points, 7.2 rebounds, 1.4 blocks and 1.4 assists per game. The 7.2 rebounds are fifth whereas the 1.4 blocks are seventh in the Big 12 rankings. Only Smith and Texas' Jarrett Allen are ranked among the Big 12's Top 7 in both categories. Smith has reached double figures in 12 of his last 18 games fueled by a career-high 25 points against LSU on Jan. 25 followed by a 21-point, 10-rebound effort versus then No. 3 Kansas on Feb. 11. He has secured a block in 25 of 30 games and his 135 career blocks are second on Texas's Tech list only behind Tony Battie at 162 rejections.

#fearless #big12



March 1, 2017

Three Lady Raiders Selected to All-Big 12 Teams

Three Lady Raiders have earned All-Big 12 honors following the 2016-17 season, the Big 12 announced Wednesday afternoon.

Freshman Brittany Brewer was named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team, becoming the third freshman in program history to earn a spot in their rookie season.

She leads all Big 12 freshmen with a 49.5 percent shooting average. Brewer ranks second in Big 12 freshmen averaging 6.3 rebound per game this season.

Sophomore Recee' Caldwell and senior Ivonne CookTaylor were named All-Big 12 Honorable Mention for their successful seasons in conference play.

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February 28, 2017

Schunk Named Dr. Gerald Lage Award Recipient

As announced this morning by the Big 12 Conference, Texas Tech track & field and cross country junior Hattie Schunk was named a recipient of the Dr. Gerald Lage Academic Achievement Award.

Schunk is one of 58 Big 12 student-athletes to receive recognition for this award, deemed the highest academic honor offered by the Conference.

Schunk, a Chemical Engineering major, has been named to the Academic All-Big 12 First Team with a 4.0 GPA three times and is also a 2016 Goldwater Scholarship recipient.

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February 27, 2017

Gingery Garners Big 12 Pitcher Of The Week Award

Texas Tech baseball sophomore left-handed pitcher Steven Gingery has been named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week, the league announced today.

It is the first conference pitcher honor for the Huntington Beach, California, native, as he received Newcomer of the Week on May 9, 2016. It also marks back-to-back weeks the Red Raiders have been honored by the conference, as Tech has now earned all three of the Big 12 weekly awards.

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February 24, 2017

Day One Yields Two Big 12 Champions

Texas Tech had a strong first day at the Big 12 Indoor Track & Field Championship with 19 personal-best performances taking place.

Kaylee Hinton scored 4010 points in the pentathlon this afternoon. This number allowed her the No. 9 spot in Texas Tech indoor records on top of her conference champion title.

Sophomore jumper Charles Brown hit a lifetime best mark of 7.89m/25-10.75 in the men's long jump to earn his second conference title in the event.

Two Red Raiders Add Big 12 Titles on Last Day

Darien Tennon's first Big 12 title was owed to his 7.86 60-meter hurdle time. This run was improved from his previous best of 7.89 at the Tyson Invitational in Fayetteville.

This is the second consecutive indoor conference meet in which the 60H title has been taken by a Red Raider.

The women's high jump title was taken by Zarriea Willis at a 1.82m/5-11.50 bar. This was a first conference win for Willis.

#fearless #champions #big12


February 21, 2017

Women’s Tennis Jumps to No. 5 in ITA Rankings

The Texas Tech Women's Tennis team jumped to No. 5 in the latest Oracle/ITA Division I Collegiate Tennis Rankings.

The Lady Raiders reached as high as No. 5 last season (March 1), marking a program high.

Texas Tech is one of five Big 12 teams to rank in the Top 25. Oklahoma State sits No. 6 in the nation just behind the Lady Raiders.

The Lady Raiders defeated two Top 10 opponents during the ITA National Indoor Championships earlier this month.




February 21, 2017

Hargrove & Jung Earn Weekly Big 12 Honors

Texas Tech baseball senior and freshman infielders Hunter Hargrove and Josh Jung were named Big 12 Player and Newcomer of the Week, respectively, the league announced today.

It is the first honor of the year given out by the conference and first for each member of the Red Raider baseball team.

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Josh Jung


Dayo Olabode Helps Injured Animals Gain Second Chance

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Lady Raiders jump to No. 7 in two polls

After two Top 10 wins at the ITA National Indoor Championships, the Texas Tech Women's Tennis team jumped up to No. 7 in the latest Oracle/ITA Division I rankings.

The Lady Raiders also jumped up to No. 7 in the second USTA College Tennis Top 25.

Texas Tech is one of three Big 12 teams in the ITA list and one of four league teams on the USTA Top 25. Oklahoma State ranks No. 6 in the ITA rankings and tied for fifth in the USTA rankings.




Sophomore Felicity Maltby led the Texas Tech Women's Tennis team to two wins over Top 10 opponents as she was named Big 12 Player of the Week, league officials announced Tuesday afternoon.

The Lady Raiders defeated No. 9 Vanderbilt (4-2) and swept No. 3 Pepperdine (4-0) during play at the ITA Division I National Indoor Championships last weekend.

#fearless #big12


We scored 52 points [in one half] against one of the best defensive teams in college basketball. If we can do that, I think we can compete with anybody on our schedule.

- Head Coach Chris Beard

Red Raider Recap: Tech 84, No. 4 Baylor 78

The Red Raiders have won five of their six games versus ranked opponents at home.

The Texas Tech men's basketball team continue to grind after being handed consecutive one-point defeats, and the Red Raiders were rewarded for their hard work with an 84-78 win over No. 4 Baylor Monday at the United Supermarkets Arena.

The Red Raiders (17-9, 5-8 Big 12) toppled their third ranked opponent at home this season and have won five of their last six decisions versus ranked foes at home dating back to last season. The loss sent Baylor (22-4, 9-4 Big 12) two games behind Kansas in the Big 12 standings.

Texas Tech has defeated a pair of Associated Press Top 10 opponents in No. 7 West Virginia and No. 4 Baylor this season for the first time since 2007-08 when the Red Raiders knocked off No. 10 Texas A&M and No. 5 Texas.

c/o Chancellor Emeritus Kent Hance
c/o Michael Strong
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Women’s Tennis Sweeps No. 3 Pepperdine, 4-0

The Texas Tech Women's Tennis team earned its highest ranked win in school history as the Lady Raiders swept No. 3 Pepperdine, 4-0, in the consolation quarterfinals of the ITA Division I National Indoor Championships Sunday afternoon.

"I can't say enough about this group's fearless approach to the match," Head Coach Todd Petty said. "I am so lucky to get to work with such an amazing group. Everyone was the MVP tonight. They deserve it."

#fearless #grit

Twitter: @TexasTechTennis


Swoopes Named to Women’s Basketball HOF Class of 2017

Former Lady Raider Sheryl Swoopes will be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame with the Class of 2017, the hall announced Sunday afternoon.

Swoopes joins a six-member class that includes Sally Bell (official), Christine Grant (contributor), Rick Insell (coach), Louise O'Neal (veteran), and Kara Wolters (player).

The Class of 2017 will be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, receiving their coveted Eastman Trophy and Baron Championship Induction Ring, on June 10, in Knoxville, Tenn. With the induction of the Class of 2017, the Hall of Fame has honored 157 inductees.

#fearless #legacy


Texas Tech Surges Into Top 5 Of Golfstat Rankings

After a red-letter weekend for Texas Tech men's golf, the Red Raiders were able to jump from No. 18 to No. 5 on Wednesday in the Golfstat team rankings.

This is the highest Tech has been ranked in either the Golfstat or Golfweek rankings since October 2014, when the Red Raiders rose to No. 4 in Golfstat, the highest ranking in school history.

#fearless #grit



Backed by one of the greatest come-from-behind victories in Super Bowl history, former Texas Tech standouts Danny Amendola and LaAdrian Waddle are World Champions after the New England Patriots rallied for a 34-28 overtime victory Sunday night at NRG Stadium in Houston.

#fearless #champions


No. 15 Tech Tops Championship-Level Field In Hawaii

Behind a school-record performance from Fredrik Nilehn on Saturday, the No. 15 Texas Tech men's golf team took home the team and individual titles in impressive fashion at the Amer Ari Invitational, at the Waikoloa Kings Course.

The Red Raiders finished at 44-under par, eight shots clear of No. 7 USC and 18 shots ahead of third-place No. 20 Oregon. Tech finished more than 20 shots clear of the following: No. 6 Stanford, No. 4 Oklahoma State, No. 10 Texas, No. 12 Auburn and No. 25 Georgia Tech. It marked the 18th team tournament title under Tech head coach Greg Sands.

#fearless #champions


Anthony Lynn Named Head Coach Of L.A. Chargers

Former Texas Tech running back Anthony Lynn became the first Red Raider to land a permanent head coaching position in the NFL Friday night as he was hired by the newly-named Los Angeles Chargers.

Lynn, who helped power the Tech backfield from 1988-91, becomes the Chargers' 16th head coach in franchise history. His first season leading the organization will be a historic one as the Chargers announced earlier Thursday its intentions to move the franchise to Los Angeles after 56 seasons in San Diego.

c/o Texas Tech University System
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The Butler Boys

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For Jacob: Senior Luke Stice honors late best friend

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Red Raider Club: "Out Here"

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