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Around Javelina Nation May 25, 2018 - June 1, 2018

Steven Cavazos, KIII-TV morning reporter, below, poses with Gage Urbanovsky, son of Lori Urbanovsky, associate director of Career Services. Gage is signed up for this summer’s College for Kids.

Cavazos interviewed Brittany Torres, continuing education supervisor, about the College for Kids summer program. Cavazos was on campus for the KIII-TV Morning Show Wednesday, May 30.

Hogs’ historic run comes to a close:

Javelinas fall to Mocs to bow out of Division-II College World Series

From Javelina Athletics: CARY, N.C. – The No. 26 Texas A&M-Kingsville baseball program had its historic run at the Division-II College World Series come to a close on Wednesday at the USA Baseball National Training Complex as top-seeded No. 3/3 Florida Southern took the decision in the elimination game, 8-0.

The Javelinas (42-17) faced another early deficit in the CWS after the Mocs (44-10-1) got a two-out solo shot from Austin Mauer in the top of the first inning despite TAMUK senior Isaiah Lybarger (Corpus Christi, Texas) retiring the first two batters of the game.

Dall, Greaves receive top USTFCCCA Honors:

From Javelina Athletics: NEW ORLEANS (USTFCCCA/TAMUK) – This Thursday, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced that 2018 NCAA Men's Outdoor Track & Field National Champion Texas A&M-Kingsville head coach Ryan Dall has received the National Men's Outdoor Coach of the Year award. Joining him with USTFCCCA honors is senior Charles Greaves who won the Men's National Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year award.

Premont school district meets state academic standards:

In 2012 Premont I.S.D. made national headlines because its school district decided to suspend sports due to declining enrollment, debt, inadequate facilities, and poor attendance.

A few years later the small South Texas ranching town of less than 2,700 people that is located between Kingsville and Falfurrias off U.S. Highway 281, is back on its feet with the help of Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Read more from KRIS-TV below.

Seven honored as Distinguished Students during spring commencement:

Several graduates at Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s spring commencement ceremony received the Distinguished Student Awards sponsored by the Student Government Association.

Spring Commencement:

More than 1,150 prospective graduates crossed the stage to receive their degrees during three commencement ceremonies held at the Steinke Physical Education Center at Texas A&M University-Kingsville Friday, May 18. Read more below.

Don't forget, Summer I classes start on Monday, June 4!

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