After a long and tiring season, the Northwestern State Lady Demons volleyball team successfully clinched a spot among the top eight teams in the Southland Conference, sending them straight to the conference tournament Nov. 17-19 in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Excitement buzzed in Prather Coliseum as men's and women's basketball players entered the court. Soon, a scrimmage began between the players, showcasing new additions to each team.
A long and hard-fought season ends on a positive note for the Lady Demon soccer team.
Athletic prowess is not the only priority for Northwestern State University athletes. The athletic department holds their athletes to high standards with three core values: academic achievement, personal responsibility and competitive success.
Lady Demon Volleyball faces a three-game home series Oct. 26, 28 and 31.
The Northwestern State University Cross Country teams are feeling confident as they look forward to Southland Conference Championships.
Each October, swarms of pink flood fields across various high school, college and professional sporting events honoring those who have fought or are fighting breast cancer and to increase awareness of the 3.1 million people who have been affected.
Saturday night lights shine down upon two teams vying for their next win. But for the home team, this game is more meaningful than others.
As the season nears its end, the Northwestern State University Lady Demon Soccer team fights to overcome a less-than-stellar start to their 2017 season.
Jair Morelos Castilla tells how he was able to pursue two contrasting passions.