Houston Baptist Huskies

4th SLAND D-I | 15-12
  • Field Goal %
    119th
    45.4 FG%
  • 3-point %
    264th
    33.2 3P%
  • Points Scored
    167th
    2128 Pts
  • Total Rebounds
    40th
    38.8 RPG
  • Baylor women's coach says parents concerned about sexual assault scandal should be 'knocked right in the face'
    The Dagger

    Baylor women's coach says parents concerned about sexual assault scandal should be 'knocked right in the face'

    Kim Mulkey, the head coach of the women’s basketball team at Baylor University, had strong words for parents who were concerned about female students’ safety on campus. After the women’s team clinched the Big 12 regular season title on Saturday, Mulkey used her postgame speech to defend her school, which has been under fire for a sexual assault scandal under former football coach Art Briles.

  • USA Today

    Kansas star Jackson charged with criminal damage

    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Kansas freshman Josh Jackson has been charged with misdemeanor criminal damage after allegedly vandalizing a woman's car outside a Lawrence bar. Lawrence police responded to a report Dec. 9, and the case against Jackson was filed in Douglas County District Court on Friday. The Kansas City Star reported earlier this month that Jackson and sophomore guard Lagerald Vick were persons of interest in the case. According to the district attorney's office, Jackson allegedly followed the woman to her car after she threw a drink at Jackson's friend in the bar. Jackson allegedly argued with the woman, and her car was damaged in that time. Witnesses told investigators that he kicked

  • UNC mascot Jason Ray died 10 years ago, but his parents assure his spirit lives on
    The Charlotte Observer

    UNC mascot Jason Ray died 10 years ago, but his parents assure his spirit lives on

    Ten years ago, the phone call that every parent dreads rang in the house Charlotte and Emmitt Ray. Their son Jason Ray – a charismatic senior at the University of North Carolina who had played Rameses, the Tar Heels mascot, for three years at UNC sporting events – had been struck by a car in New Jersey. Jason had been walking along the shoulder of a highway, on his way to buy a burrito and soda at a nearby convenience store before donning the Rameses costume again for UNC for a 2007 NCAA men’s basketball tournament game. Then he got hit. The voice on the other end of the phone told the Rays that they had to get to New Jersey fast, and that their son was on the verge of dying. That ultimately