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Lake View's Offensive Coordinator Taking Head Coaching Job
Jun 27, 2017   06:16 AM

We’re only 66 days away from the kickoff of the high school football season, and the Lake View Chiefs are without an offensive coordinator. Chris Evans, Lake View’s offensive coordinator since 2014, will take the head coaching job at Wheeler High School, a 2A program in the Texas Panhandle. Evans has been an offensive assistant coach at LV for eight years and the Chiefs won a playoff game with Evans as the offensive coordinator in 2014.

Angelo State Baseball Led Nation in Attendance
Jun 26, 2017   06:45 AM

The Angelo State Rams baseball team once again led NCAA Division II drawing record attendance numbers in 2017. With a record 43,576 fans turning out to watch the team during its 37 home games, the Rams drew an average of 1,063 fans per competition.  This number led all of NCAA Division II. The number also placed ASU 49th overall in NCAA Division I, II, and III. This placed ASU ahead of several area Division I programs which includes the likes of Oklahoma, Sam Houston, Dallas Baptist, Abilene Christian, Lamar University, Incarnate Word, the University of Texas Arlington and Stephen Austin.

ASU Belles Basketball Hires Assistant Coach
Jun 22, 2017   06:36 AM

Angelo State's head women's basketball coach Renae Shippy has announced the hiring of Lacey Shalenko as assistant women's basketball coach. Shalenko comes to Angelo State after spending the last two seasons at Division I Southern Illinois Edwardsville. Shalenko also coached at Missouri-St. Louis where she played college basketball.

ASU Track & Field Star Receives LSC Academic Athlete of the Year
Jun 21, 2017   06:36 AM

Angelo State track and field star Kami Norton was awarded the Lone Star Conference Fred Jacoby Female Academic Athlete of the Year. Norton was the indoor track & field and outdoor track & field academic athlete of the year. She earned five All-American honors during the indoor and outdoor seasons. She is the second ASU Rambelle to win the LSC Female Academic Athlete of the Year honor after volleyball player Katie MacLeay was selected last year.