Take a look at the JMC Sports Staff preview of the 2014 Ken Collums Show. See the new co-host Shera Niemirowski, along with long time ACU play-by-play man Grant Boone, talk Wildcat football and what you can expect from the Ken Collums Show next year.
2014 Ken Collums Show
Grant Boone – Co-Host
Shera Niemirowski – Co-Host
Daniel Zepeda [...]
Head soccer coach Casey Wilson has added both a player and a coach to the team for the 2014 season. Katie Lane, a high school senior midfielder from Abilene Cooper, has signed her letter of intent to play for ACU in the fall. Sheena Scott, coach at Dana Hills (California), comes to Abilene after turning [...]
The baseball team was swept in their final home stand this weekend against Southland Conference leader Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
The three-game series was extremely close, with two out of three games coming down to the last inning to decide the winner.
Friday’s opening game of the series looked like a victory for the ‘Cats as they held [...]
The ACU softball team closed its 2014 season against the University of Incarnate Word last weekend. The series ended with the Wildcats taking the first two out of three games against the Cardinals, to finish the year 21-28 overall with a 10-10 conference record and 12-10 home record.
“It was a great way to end the [...]
Track and field head to Lubbock this weekend for its last regular-season meet of the year at the Red Raider Open.
The one-day meet begins at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow with the men’s javelin throw at the Terry and Linda Fuller Track and Field Complex at Texas Tech.
Field events end with the men’s and women’s high jump [...]
For many schools transitioning into NCAA Div. I athletics, their sports teams will experience significant growing pains while attempting to become competitive and relevant. The ACU women’s tennis team acclimated well to the change and had a successful season.
After a semifinal appearance at the 2013 Div. II national tournament, expectations remained high for the 2014 [...]
Dreams do come true if you are Peyton Mosley, who is one of a few seniors on the softball team. Her dream started to come true when she first stepped into the pitcher’s circle at Poly Wells field.
Mosley was a timid walk on, but a determined young woman.
Over the course of her four years garbed [...]
The ACU softball team will be back in action this weekend as the team’s 2014 season comes to a close in Abilene. ACU will face University of the Incarnate Word on Saturday and Sunday.
The Wildcats competed against UIW earlier this season in San Antonio. ACU dropped the first two games (6-7) (3-7), but won the [...]
ACU’s baseball team will take on the second-best team in the Southland Conference this weekend in Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
The Wildcats enter this weekend going 2-2 over their previous four games. They went 1-2 against conference opponent Houston Baptist University over the weekend, and had a walk-off win over University of Texas Permian Basin Tuesday.
Despite the [...]
The ACU men’s tennis team finished its 2014 season as champions of the inaugural National Invitational Tennis Tournament as the team defeated New Jersey Tech 6-1 and avenged an early season defeat to Grand Canyon, 4-3.
The Wildcats finished the season with a 17-10 (.630) record in their first season of NCAA Div. I and finished [...]
The baseball team fell to 15-25 on the season and 5-10 in the Southland as it dropped two out of three to Houston Baptist University over the weekend.
HBU improved to .500 on the season with a 20-20 overall record and 9-12 in conference.
ACU dropped the series, but may have found another starting pitcher in freshman [...]
Former volleyball head coach Kellen Mock has been released, the Department of Athletics announced earlier this month. On April 7, Athletic Director Jared Mosley made the announcement of the change in leadership after the team finished its first season of Div. I with a 6-18 record, losing 11 of its final 12 games of the season.