Twenty TLU football players receive ASC All-Academic honors
Posted on 1/31/2018 5:00:00 AM.
(Seguin) – Texas Lutheran University placed 20 football student-athletes on the American Southwest Conference's 2017 Fall All-Academic Honor Roll. 

Tuesday sportscast & schedule
Posted on 1/30/2018 5:00:00 AM.

Tuesday
Seguin boys basketball @ Marble Falls, 6:30 (6:15 pregame) on KWED 1580 AM and Seguintoday.com.
Seguin girls basketball vs. Marble Falls, 6:30
Navarro boys basketball vs. Eastside Memorial, 6:30 p.m.
Navarro girls basketball @ Eastside Memorial, 6:30 p.m.
Marion girls (6:15) & boys (7:30) basketball vs. Hallettsville
Lifegate girls basketball @ Atonement, 6 p.m.
Lifegate boys basketball @ Trinity, 6 p.m.
TLU men’s (5:30) & women’s (7:30) basketball vs. Southwestern
Seguin girls soccer vs. Lockhart, 6:45 p.m.
Seguin boys soccer @ Lockhart, 6:45 p.m.

TLU women fall to Dallas, cruise past Colorado College
Posted on 1/29/2018 8:35:00 AM.
 
Junior post Presley Stephens (25) grabbed 17 rebounds in two SCAC games over the weekend for TLU.  
 
(Seguin) – A week after defeating the University of Dallas and falling to Colorado College on the road, the Texas Lutheran women’s basketball team flipped the script at home, losing to Dallas 64-52 Friday night and knocking off Colorado College 62-50 on Saturday at Memorial Gymnasium in Seguin.

TLU men suffer second 0-2 home stand in SCAC play
Posted on 1/29/2018 8:34:00 AM.
(Seguin) – For the second time in three weekends, Texas Lutheran men’s basketball dropped both games in a Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference home stand, falling to the University of Dallas 69-64 on Friday and to Colorado College 58-54 on Saturday at TLU’s Memorial Gymnasium.

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