We’re Here. You get a very short and sweet Morning Stake. Just running out of time, but Texas Tech is playing for a National Championship. We’re here.
Texas Tech Soccer
— Janine Beckie (@janinebeckie4) April 7, 2019
Texas Tech Track and Field
“To go warm up and then have to sit on the bus and wait is tough, but our kids still came out, fought hard, and had some really good performances.”
— Texas Tech T&F/XC (@TexasTechTF) April 7, 2019
Texas Tech Golf
More 🌧️ in the forecast today as the Aggie Invitational has been canceled.
— Texas Tech Men’s Golf (@TexasTechMGolf) April 7, 2019
Texas Tech Tennis
RECAP | Felicity Maltby upsets 17th-ranked singles player
— Texas Tech Women’s Tennis (@TexasTechWTEN) April 8, 2019
Kicked off the last week of the regular season in style.
— Texas Tech Men’s Tennis (@TexasTechMTEN) April 7, 2019
Texas Tech Softball
Today’s game was another hard-fought grind at Rocky Johnson Field.
— Texas Tech Softball (@TexasTechSB) April 7, 2019
Texas Tech Baseball
On to Midland. Let’s bounce back big.
— Texas Tech Baseball (@TTU_Baseball) April 8, 2019
Texas Tech Basketball
— Texas Tech Red Raiders (@TechAthletics) April 7, 2019
Texas Tech Football
— Texas Tech Football (@TexasTechFB) April 6, 2019
A-J Media’s Don Williams recaps Friday night’s scrimmage:
The Red Raiders’ new coach saw some signs Friday night to be optimistic. Now Wells just has to hope it translates from a scrimmage during the middle of spring practice to real games come fall.
One of the bright spots from Tech’s annual spring showcase in the Permian Basin was the defense rising up to make three stops late in the 90-minute affair at Grande Communications Stadium.
“I thought the red zone defense was really good,” Wells said. “I thought they played excellent in the red zone — good enough to win a football game.”