Sports

Men’s basketball team looks to avenge last year’s 33-point loss to UTA

Brett Medeiros / Staff Writer Just more than a year ago, the Mean Green men’s basketball team traveled to Arlington to take on the University of Texas at Arlington Mavericks, trying

Tough schedule prepares women’s basketball team for conference play

Tim Cato / Staff Writer The women’s basketball team is just 1-4, but that’s no reason to panic. Although the team is not happy with the losses so far, they understand

OPINION: Benford’s enthusiasm will create a spark for team

Brett Medeiros / Staff Writer The game against the University of Texas at Arlington is more than just a rivalry game for the men’s basketball team. Last season, the team was

Students hope to form first collegiate curling club in Texas

Renee Hansen / Contributing Writer Of the 15 sports that will be seen in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games in Russia, only one has been available to students at UNT

Petersen finds first win at New Mexico tournament

Ryne Gannoe / Senior Staff Writer The Mean Green women’s basketball team earned its first win under head coach Mike Petersen on Sunday. The 72-71 double-overtime win came in the

Apogee Stadium used for events other than football games

Andy Rodriguez / Intern Even though the 2012 Mean Green football season has officially ended, Apogee Stadium won’t completely shut down for the school year. The stadium, which only opened

UNT football team drops season finale

Tyler Owens / Senior Staff Writer With a 25-24 loss to Western Kentucky on Saturday, the Mean Green football team closes the book on the 2012 season and its tenure

Advanced stats assist in setting starting lineups

Tim Cato Staff Writer Mike Petersen was asked a very important question at the beginning of the year. Not long after he took the head coaching position of the UNT

Club competition: How UNT club teams are competing

Miguel Perches Intern Paintball: The UNT paintball team came in first place last Saturday in an all-day event in the Mean Green Open. The team played at Adventure Park in

UNT makes best of short home schedule

Tyler Owens Senior Staff Writer For eight of the last 11 years, UNT has had to work with only five home games in the football season, but with head coach