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The Lamar University Cardinals signed 15 high school standouts to National Letters of Intent and added five transfers (three junior college and two FBS), announced first-year head coach Mike Schultz at a press conference in the Dauphin Athletics Complex on Feb. 1.

The signing class puts a focus on offensive talent, with 13 of the signees coming on the offensive side of the ball. LU also added six defensive players and one specialist.

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The biggest football game of the year is just days away as the city of Houston hosts Super Bowl LI, but there are plenty of events to attend in the days leading up to Super Bowl Sunday when the New England Patriots face off against the Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium.

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Troy Douglas, Melvin Smith and Dan Dodd

Since the moment he was named Lamar University head football coach, Mike Schultz has been in a collegiate athletics whirlwind, getting to know his current players, putting together a staff and hitting the recruiting trail. He took one step closer to the start of the 2017 season with the naming of eight assistant coaches.

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Junior Torey Noel had 9 points on 4-of-7 shooting.

Prior to opening its 2017 season, Lamar University baseball will hold three free youth clinics hosted by first year head coach Will Davis, his staff and select players.

Each clinic will start at 10 a.m., last approximately two hours and will be for eighth graders and younger. Cardinal baseball players and coaches will be on hand following the camp for pictures and autographs.

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Kevin Flanigan

Beaumont Independent School District high school coach Kevin Flanigan was cleared of allegations of “improper visual recording” by a grand jury on Wednesday, Dec. 21, according to the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office.

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Kevin Flanigan

As the Beaumont Independent School District West Brook High School  Bruins prepped to take the football field against a third-round playoff opponent Thanksgiving weekend, the head coach who brought them that far was not on the sidelines.

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Kiandra Bowers

Lamar University senior post player Kiandra Bowers was chosen by College Sports Madness as the Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week for Nov. 28.

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Up 2-0 at the break, all Lamar University volleyball needed was one more set win to lock a spot in the Southland Conference Tournament, but Incarnate Word flipped the script at the intermission to down the hometown Cardinals 3-2 (25-21, 37-35, 20-25, 23-25, 11-15) at McDonald Gym on Nov. 19.

The loss and Southeastern Louisiana’s win over New Orleans eliminated the Cardinals from tournament contention.

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The Lamar University football team made it consecutive wins on the season by knocking off Abilene Christian, 38-10, on Oct. 8 at Shotwell Stadium in Abilene. The Cardinals (2-3, 2-1 Southland Conference) continue their dominance over ACU in Abilene improving, to 7-2 all-time on the road in the series.

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