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No. 7 Lions postpone twinbill with No. 1 Southern Arkansas.

COMMERCE – The No. 7 Texas A&M University-Commerce softball team has postponed its doubleheader with No. 1 Southern Arkansas due to the winter storms. 

The Lions and Muleriders will now meet on Wednesday, March 24, at 3 p.m. at A&M-Commerce’s John Cain Family Softball Field.

Stay tuned to LionAthletics.com and our social media channels for updates on schedules throughout the season.

A&M-Commerce announces basketball schedule adjustments.

COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce has announced multiple schedule changes for the women’s and men’s basketball schedules through the regular season due to the winter storms.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

They canceled the games scheduled for this Thursday and Saturday against Oklahoma Christian, and we will not reschedule.

The Lions will play two games at home next week, with a match against Midwestern State on Monday, February 22, at 5:30 pm and a non-conference game against Western New Mexico on Saturday, February 27, at 4:00 pm. 

MEN’S BASKETBALL

We canceled the home game scheduled for Thursday against Oklahoma Christian has been canceled and will reschedule. We moved the game at Oklahoma Christian to Sunday, February 21, at 2:00 pm in Oklahoma City. 

The Lions will play at Angelo State on Tuesday, February 23, a rescheduled game from a previous postponement. 

The home-and-home series with Cameron will see the sites switch with the dates remaining the same. The Lions will play in Commerce on Thursday, February 25, and in Lawton on Saturday, February 27, to close the regular season. 

UPDATED REMAINING BASKETBALL SCHEDULES

Sun. Feb. 21 Men at Oklahoma Christian 2:00 pm
Mon. Feb. 22 Women MIDWESTERN STATE 5:30 pm
Tue. Feb. 23 Men at Angelo State 1:00 pm
Thur. Feb. 25 Men CAMERON 6:00 pm
Sat. Feb. 27 Women WESTERN NEW MEXICO 4:00 pm
Sat. Feb. 27 Men at Cameron 4:30 pm

Stay tuned to LionAthletics.com and our social media channels for updates on schedules throughout the season.

Lions ranked No. 18 in AVCA Division II Coaches’ Poll.

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Texas A&M University-Commerce volleyball team is ranked No. 18 nationally in the latest Division II Coaches Poll released by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. 

The Lions earned five-set wins over DBU in their first two matches before falling to UT-Tyler twice last week.

Spring 2021 opponents in this week’s rankings include No. 3 Angelo State and UT Tyler receiving votes.

A&M-Commerce resumes action in the 2021 spring season on Tuesday, February 23, at Texas Woman’s University.

AVCA Division II Coaches’ Poll – February 17, 2021 (Week Three)

Rank The school (FPV)  Points  Record Previous
1 Hillsdale (37) 1151 8-0 1
2 Lewis (3) 1108 4-0 2
3 Angelo State (2) 1079 6-0 3
4 MSU Denver (4) 1038 6-0 4
5 Colorado Mesa 935 5-0 7
6 Rockhurst 914 3-1 5
7 Missouri-St. Louis 874 3-0 6
8 Colorado School of Mines 804 4-1 8
9 Drury 706 3-1 10
10 Walsh 675 5-1 11
11 Quincy 645 5-1 9
12 Harding 612 3-0 12
13 Findlay 561 6-1 13
14 Texas A&M-Kingsville 518 4-0 15
15 Arkansas Tech 494 3-0 14
16 Nebraska-Kearney 450 1-1 NR
17 Southern Indiana 389 3-1 18
18 A&M-COMMERCE 370 2-2 16
19 Tiffin 320 5-1 19
20 Regis 252 2-2 17
21 Wheeling 216 3-1 NR
22 Ohio Dominican 196 6-1 20
23 Oklahoma Baptist 147 2-0 NR
24 Gannon 110 2-0 NR
T25 Indianapolis 78 2-2 24
T25 Missouri S&T 78 3-1 NR

Others receiving votes and listed on two or more ballots: Lees-McRae 48; Colorado State-Pueblo 46; UT Tyler 43; Black Hills State 39; West Texas A&M 39; Cedarville 28; Davis and Elkins 24; St. Mary’s 23; Colorado-Colorado Springs 22; Arkansas-Fort Smith 17; Flagler 17; Southern Nazarene 8; Fairmont State 7; Fort Lewis 6; Northwestern Oklahoma State 6. 20 teams mentioned on only one ballot for a total of 196 combined points.

Dropped Out: Black Hills State 23; St. Mary’s 21; Colorado-Colorado Springs 22; Southern Nazarene 25

Next Poll: February 24