Sitting behind a desk in his office, Bill Raleigh unveils his master plan.
Named 2016-17 Schreiner University Athletes of the Year in an announcement made Wednesday were sophomore softball player Alyssa Maki, of Houston, and sophomore basketball player Keenan Gumbs, of Cibolo.
SAN ANTONIO — The Schreiner Shooting Sports Society placed second overall in Division III at the ACUI Collegiate Clay Target National Championship in San Antonio, March 28–April 2.
As the calendar turns to April, all of our sports teams are entering the stretch run and preparing for the conference tournaments. After weeks of road contests, our baseball, softball and tennis teams will all have home matches. Saturday will be a particularly busy day and also keep in mi…
Centenary rallied from a 10-point deficit with less than three minutes to play, taking advantage of back-to-back-to-back turnovers by the Mountaineer offense but a pair of free throws by senior Jared Thompson averted the ugly collapse and earned Schreiner a 90-89 home win in their SCAC opener.
The Schreiner men played their second game in just over 24 hours Tuesday night when they took on Hardin-Simmons. Phillip Kee showed no signs of dead legs as the senior big man scored 12 points in the opening 3:45 leading the Mountaineers to a 22-10 lead midway through the opening half. Howev…
Trailing by 13 entering the third quarter, the Schreiner women came out of the locker room looking to get back in the game against Mary Hardin-Baylor. Codi Simmons and Jordyn Villa knocked down a pair of three-pointers, to cut the lead to 48-41 with 6:28 left in the quarter. But, just three …
Playing for the first time this month, in what was just its third home game of the season, the Schreiner men took on McMurry Tuesday night at Stephens Family Arena and the Mountaineers showed no signs of rust from their 20 day layoff. SU jumped out 14-4 in the game’s opening minutes and was …
Temaine Wright and Connor Kuykendall, head coaches at Schreiner University for the women’s and men’s basketball programs, recently offered members of the Kerrville Rotary Club a preview of the coming hoops seasons during the group’s weekly luncheon meeting.
The Schreiner women’s soccer team received an early wake-up call in the form of a Sul Ross State goal by MacKenzie Attwood in the 5th minute of Sunday’s non-conference match.
The Schreiner University Athletic Department will host the inaugural Mountaineer Golf Open on Aug. 6 at the Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course in Kerrville.
MEN’S TENNIS: Went 1-0 last week, winning a close contest with TLU, 5-4. In the match, the men won two of three doubles contests but fell behind after the first two singles outcomes went in TLU’s favor. Nick Pena, who’d teamed with sophomore Dayton Hancock at No. 1 doubles for a win earlier …
Freshman Kolby Kitchens pitched all nine innings, allowing just one run, as Schreiner Baseball stunned the No. 1 team in the nation — Trinity — 2-1 in the finale of their three-game weekend series on Sunday.
SHREVEPORT, LA — For the second consecutive day, Schreiner softball and Centenary split a doubleheader. The Ladies won the first game in nine innings, 8-7, before SU rallied with a 5-3 win in the series finale.
Colin Uecker sat in a tie for fourth following Round 1 of the Schreiner Spring Shootout. The freshman made a Round 2 charge shooting a tournament-low 69 as he claimed his second collegiate win in just his second college tournament.
Fresh off his first collegiate win, Colin Uecker sits in a tie for fourth place after round one of the Schreiner Spring Shootout. Uecker shot an even-par 72 on Monday.
After Centenary cut a 17-point lead to eight points in the later stages of the third quarter, Schreiner took advantage of a pair of technicals and got the momentum back in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 78-55 win over the Ladies on Friday evening.
SHREVEPORT, LA — The third-seeded Schreiner women’s basketball team knocked out host Centenary in the SCAC Tournament quarterfinals with a 78-65 win on Friday evening. The Mountaineers advance to face the tournament’s No. 2 seed Austin College on Saturday at 7 pm. SU is 2-0 against the Roos …
SAN ANTONIO — Schreiner dominated the final eight minutes by a margin of 31-7 to score a come-from-behind 77-62 win over Ripon on Saturday at the Trinity Classic. The Mountaineers and Red Hawks were tied at the break, 31-all, but that’s when the wild ride began.
ABILENE, TX — Junior Phillip Kee led a dominant Schreiner interior game on the road by scoring 29 points as the Mountaineers scored a tight 84-82 win at Hardin-Simmons on Tuesday evening.
Hardin-Simmons went 11-for-20 55 percent from behind the arc and that helped the Cowboys erase a halftime deficit and post a 76-70 win over Schreiner Men’s Basketball in the opening game for both programs.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — Freshman forward Kyli Harvey has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Schreiner Volleyball defeated both Austin College and Centenary on Saturday and completed a 3-1 weekend at the final SCAC cross-divisional tournament. It was SU’s most successful weekend of the season.
Schreiner University’s Remington McBee won the silver medal in the second final on day four of international skeet at USA Shooting’s fall selection match in Tucson, Ariz., this past weekend.
IRVING — Sophomore Ashley Foster scored two of Schreiner Women’s Soccer’s four goals and freshman Kayla McConnell had a goal and an assist in a 4-1 win over the University of Dallas on Sunday afternoon. The win was the first for the SU program over UDallas since Schreiner joined the Southern…
SEGUIN, Texas — Schreiner Volleyball was defeated by Trinity, 3-0, on Saturday morning and then #23 Southwestern posted a 3-1 win over the Mountaineers in the afternoon. Both matches were part of the SCAC Divisional Tournament.
BROWNWOOD, Texas —Freshman Robert Hensley took advantage of a loose ball in the box in the match’s final 10 minutes and left-footed the ball into the back of the net for a 1-0 win by Schreiner Men’s Soccer over Howard Payne on Tuesday.
Schreiner Women’s Soccer got a second half goal from sophomore Ruth Blackburn off a corner kick and that - along with a strong second half effort - propelled the Mountaineers to a season-opening 1-1 tie with NAIA UH-Victoria on Tuesday afternoon.
Kerrville’s Scott Schreiner Municipal Golf Course will host the ‘Heart of the Hills’ invitational golf tournament for the 70 time Tuesday through Friday. Beginning in 1939, ‘the Heart’ has been played at Scott Schreiner annually, except for breaks during World War II and course renovation in 1999.
Throughout the summer we have brought you stories from summer camps across the Hill Country, but at Schreiner University we came across a one-of-a- kind-camp. SU head coach Howard Wallace is hosting a camp to help prepare high school girls for what comes with playing sports in college.“Not o…
Seniors Kelli Bolen and Caleb Veteto were named Schreiner University’s Outstanding Female and Male Scholar-Athletes of the Year for 2014-15 in an announcement Tuesday.
INGRAM — Two Ingram Tom Moore seniors made their athletic futures known at the end of the school year as Delanie Cauthen and Braden Fairchild will both be attending Schreiner University.
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA — Forty-eight members of Schreiner University's winter and spring sports teams were recognized on the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll for Spring, 2015. The Mountaineers placed five members from the men’s basketball team on the awards list as wel…
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Seniors Jimmy Keener and Cheyne Kendall each finished off consistent, strong weeks at the NCAA Championship Tournament with a final round 71 and 72 respectively to lead Schreiner to a 7th place finish.
GREENSBORO, NC — Despite a second straight day of unfulfilled promise this week, the Schreiner men’s golf team moved up three spots to 10th place at the NCAA National Championship Tournament after a second round 299 on the shorter, less-challenging West Course of the Grandover Resort.
LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA — It’s fitting that on one of the Schreiner University’s youngest baseball teams in memory, three freshmen would be recognized as All-SCAC honorees.
IRVING — No. 3 seed Southwestern pulled away in the second overtime period to beat Schreiner, 81-76, and end the Mountaineers’ season on Friday in the first round of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament. It was only the third double overtime game in SCAC history.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Schreiner University’s new 35,000-square-foot athletic and event center Friday to celebrate the building’s opening before its inaugural men’s and women’s basketball games.