The three-seed Bearkats open the Southland Conference Tournament on Wednesday at 9 a.m. against six-seed Stephen F. Austin.
Sam Houston State's Heath Donica has been named Southland Conference Pitcher of the Year, the fifth in Bearkat history, to highlight the announcement of Tuesday's all-conference awards.
Sam Houston State Bearkat men's basketball head coach Jason Hooten added a final piece to the 2017-18 roster on Tuesday with the addition to forward Amarillo Caprock High School standout Manny Gatkek.
After capturing the championship and runner-up at the Southland Conference Track & Field Outdoor Championships a week ago, the awards rolled in for Sam Houston State.
The Bearkats, who finished the season 36-20 overall and 19-11 in conference, will face Stephen F. Austin on Wednesday at 9 a.m. from Constellation Field,
Sam Houston struck for a pair of runs in the first and showcased its pitching defensive ability the remainder of the way, defeating Incarnate Word, 3-1, to secure the three-game sweep.
Sam Houston State pounced on Incarnate Word for a pair of four-run frames, capturing the first game of the Friday's doubleheader, 10-4 at Don Sanders Stadium.
The Bearkats and Incarnate Word will play a doubleheader on Friday with the first game at 2 p.m. and the regular season finale at 6:30 p.m.
Sam Houston scored in seven of eight innings and Incarnate Word had no answer against Heath Donica as the Bearkats captured the series opener, 15-1.
Sam Houston State has qualified 14 athletes for the NCAA Division I 2017 Outdoor Track & Field Championships – West Preliminary, hosted by the University of Texas.
Sam Houston State closes out the regular season while four seniors will play their final home games when the Bearkats take on Incarnate Word in a three-game set.
Nearly a year after shutting out Texas A&M, Dakota Mills kept the No. 22 Aggies off the board for six innings, leading Sam Houston State to a 8-2 victory.