The Northwestern State Track and Field team has followed Head Coach Mike Heimerman’s “show up and show out” motto for the 2018 season.
The NSU Demon baseball team has continued to have a successful season over the last few weeks. The team currently has an overall record of 19-15 with a 8-7 in the Southland conference.
As the baseball season enters the middle of their season, one member of the Northwestern State Demons baseball team stands out as not only one of the best to play this year, but as one of the best to ever play the game at NSU.
Following a recent win against Stephen F. Austin March 24, the NSU Lady Demons tennis team added a seventh consecutive win to their 2018 season, defeating SFA 6-1 at home.
After finishing seventh in the Southland Conference standings last year, the NSU football team is gearing up for the 2018 season.
The 2018 Southland Conference season is off to a successful start for the Lady Demons after sweeping Lamar University in a three-game series March 9-10. The sweep was the team’s first in the Southland Conference since 2015, but not their first of the regular season.
The Northwestern State University community will see new and improved sport facilities within the next few years. Improvements and new additions are expected to cost nearly $2 million, according to a press release outlining the possible improvements.
For many students, going to college can feel like entering an entirely new world. For international students, such as junior tennis player Polina Mutel, it really is like seeing a new planet for the first time.