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The Stephen F. Austin Ladyjack basketball team finished strong to avoid a late New Mexico comeback attempt and take their first game of the Van Chancellor Classic by a score of 71-66.

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St. Louis University shot a blistering 58.3% (14-of-24) from the field in the first half to build a 12-point lead, then withstood a Stephen F. Austin challenge in the second half to edge the Lumberjacks, 79-68, in the Riviera Division championship of the Cancun Challenge Wednesday night insi…

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CANCUN, Mexico — The Stephen F. Austin Lumberjack basketball team improved to 4-1 on the young season, as they took down the University of Buffalo Bulls, 79-78, in Hard Rock Arena Tuesday night in SFA’s second game of the Cancun Challenge.

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LAS CRUCES, NM — The Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks battled in a tight, three-set match with Utah Valley on Saturday night, falling to the Wolverines (23-25, 19-25, 12-25) to wrap up the Western Athletic Conference Postseason Tournament.

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When Colby Carthel arrived at Stephen F. Austin less than three years ago, he had a dream of building a winner from the ground up. After a 6-4 record a year ago, this year’s team motto was going “from good to great.”

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BEAUMONT — If the Stephen F. Austin locker room atmosphere after Saturday night’s 42-6 victory over Lamar here at Provost Umphrey Stadium was any indication of what Sunday’s FCS Selection Show will be like, the ‘Jacks are in the FCS playoffs like flint. There were players dancing and white s…

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The Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks had an answer to their first loss on the season to No.24-ranked Texas A&M Thursday night, and it came in the form of a complete game at the expense of the Arlington Baptist Lady Patriots.

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A 48-point combined outing from seniors David Kachelries, Gavin Kensmil and Roti Ware powered the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks past Middle Tennessee, 87-74, in the opening game of the Cancun Challenge Friday night in a contest played inside William R. Johnson Coliseum.

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