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Within his first hour after being introduced as Louisiana College’s new head softball coach Monday at Granberry Atrium, Lyn Bankston wasted no time telling the players who attended his news conference what they could expect.
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If what happened just after the news conference to introduce him as the new men’s basketball coach at Louisiana College is any indication, Reni Mason will bring the same competitive fire to the job that his predecessor, the legendary Gene… »»» read more
As it always seems to do, the Spring 2015 portion of the Louisiana College sports schedule has flown by. This weekend, the LC Softball and Baseball teams honored their seniors and looked to secure their spots in the respective American… »»» read more
One of the busiest sports weekends all year for Louisiana College included the end of the season for the LC men's and women's basketball teams, more wins for the softball team and a tough weekend for the LC baseball team.… »»» read more
Wrapping up another big sports weekend where winter and spring seasons interconnect, all four Louisiana College athletic teams in action brought home wins Saturday. In short, the women's basketball team continues its strong finish, the men's team overcomes some early… »»» read more
While it was unclear whether Louisiana College's huge 65-63 win over American Southwest Conference leader Hardin-Simmons or junior forward Anthony Gaines, Jr. reaching 1,000 career points against the Cowboys was the highlight of the day, it is indeed now clear… »»» read more
As if the stage weren’t set for enough drama Saturday at H.O. West Field House when Louisiana College played the first home games on the new basketball court.
The LC women’s team had to play their… »»» read more
As the new court at H.O. West Field House continues to try, the LC men's and women's basketball teams made the best of things this past week by going for a combined 5-for-6 in American Southwest Conference games played at… »»» read more
It is the longest trip Louisiana College sports teams have to make for conference play, but the Wildcats men's and women's basketball teams survived the road and their opponents in respective wins Thursday night.
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ALEXANDRIA, La. - It was billed as an historic meeting between the NCAA Division III Louisiana College Wildcats and the newcomers to NAIA, the LSU of Alexandria Generals Monday night at “The Fort,” and the game did not disappoint those… »»» read more
ALEXANDRIA, La. - So much for preseason rankings.
Both picked to finish fifth in the American Southwest Conference preseason rankings, the Louisiana College men's and women's basketball teams both defeated their opponents from UT-Dallas Tuesday night… »»» read more
PINEVILLE, La. - It wasn’t easy. Maybe, it was never meant to be, at least not for this senior class.
In a season that saw them play the school’s hardest schedule ever, the Louisiana College Wildcats survived… »»» read more
ALPINE, Texas - What could have been a long bus ride home got a whole lot better for the Louisiana College Wildcats when a late defensive stop allowed LC to survive Sul Ross State, 26-25, Saturday in Alpine, Texas.
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While last week's 52-49 win over East Texas Baptist was highlighted by a few outstanding performances from some of Louisiana College's established veteran stars, Saturday's 55-28 win over Howard Payne saw the emergence of a freshman running back who broke… »»» read more
In a back-and-forth shootout between two of the nation's most explosive offenses, the Louisiana College Wildcats kept the "Border Claw" in Pineville for the seventh consecutive year with a 52-49 win over the East Texas Baptist Tigers on Saturday night… »»» read more
DOVER, Delaware - Coming into the 2014 season, the Louisiana College Wildcats knew they were facing a daunting schedule, and with Saturday’s 56-21 loss to Wesley College in Dover, Delaware, that schedule has so far gotten the better of them.… »»» read more
The LC football team bounced back with a win at Bacone, while the men's soccer team battled to an impressive draw Friday and a solid win Saturday. Here's a look at how both teams did:
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Two years ago, the game between Louisiana College and Texas Lutheran ended with one of the more dramatic moments in recent Wildcats history. Jamie Bunting’s last-second touchdown pass to Cortland Bell tied the game and sent the Wildcats on to… »»» read more
Even though they are no longer in the American Southwest Conference, the Texas Lutheran Bulldogs have become a heated foe of the Louisiana College Wildcats – especially after the last two games the teams played against each other.
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LORMAN, MS - The final score read 52-10, but don’t be deceived. Alcorn State’s win over Louisiana College Saturday in Lorman, Mississippi didn’t come quite that easily.
In its first ever matchup against a Division I… »»» read more
The Louisiana College football program will make history Saturday. When the Wildcats take to the field to face the Alcorn State Braves in Lorman, Mississippi, it will mark the first time that LC, an NCAA Division… »»» read more
During the week leading up to the game, Louisiana College quarterback Easton Melancon called his team’s matchup with Huntingdon College “a must win.”
Saturday, Melancon helped deliver that win in dramatic style. His 18-yard touchdown pass… »»» read more
As the offensive leader of a team with huge goals in 2014, Louisiana College sophomore quarterback Easton Melancon sees the Wildcats’ game Saturday with Huntingdon in clear terms.
“It’s a must win,” Melancon said.
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So, what did you do over summer vacation?
For Louisiana College sophomore Easton Melancon, he can answer that question by saying, “I won a gold medal.”
The quarterback from Ama, Louisiana recently… »»» read more
Wildcats Media extends its sympathies to the family of Pineville City Marshal Larry Jeane, who died Sunday after being injured in a two-vehicle crash Friday. He was 68.
Marshal Jeane was a fixture on the sidelines… »»» read more
She’s leaving her first home to come to her second home… again.
After a standout career at Louisiana College, Patrece Carter-Spivey is coming back to her alma mater as head coach of the women’s basketball program… »»» read more
If the story of former Louisiana College offensive tackle Jeremy Vujnovich and his journey to the NFL ends up being termed a “Cinderella,” they’ll have to re-write Cinderella.
A year ago, Vujnovich,… »»» read more
Following one of the best and most memorable four year stretches in Louisiana College women's basketball program history, Jason Tinsley has accepted the head coaching job for the men's basketball program at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma.
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A scuffling Louisiana College baseball team suddenly turned around its season with a three-game sweep of ASC rival Texas-Tyler over the weekend.
Meanwhile, the Wildcats softball team traveled to Belton, Texas - a halfway point to… »»» read more
It was truly a weekend of overlap for the Louisiana College winter and spring sports teams.
In summary, the LC men's and women's basketball teams got opening round wins in their respective American Southwest Conference Tournaments… »»» read more
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