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Rendon Signs with Diamondbacks
- After an injury derailed his senior season, TAMIU baseball star Alvaro Rendon was scheduled to be back on campus next year, instead he's off to a Major League farm club.
Local Talent Signs with LCC Softball
- The Palominos signed a total of six athletes this afternoon to the softball program, all having graduated one year ago with all four United ISD schools represented.
Porter Leaving TAMIU Baseball
- Change will be coming to the TAMIU baseball team next spring as head coach Chad Porter will not return to the Dustdevils. Porter has taken a job as Athletic Director for his alma mater of Ohio Valley University in West Virginia.
UTSA Slowly Gaining Respect
- One college football team that tends to get overlooked in the Lone Star State is the UTSA Roadrunners. The young program is still trying to make a name for themselves having only competed at the division one level for a few years, but have found success in that time.
TAMIU Player Drafted by Boston
- TAMIU's catcher will sign with the Boston Red Sox.
Bulldogs Taking Alexander Attitude to LCC
- Alexander had a pair of baseball players staying much closer to home as Bulldogs Rudy Gaona and Gabe Sanchez will both be attending LCC to play baseball this fall.
Pair of Longhorns Sign on to Join TAMIU
- A pair of Longhorn soccer players are off to TAMIU to play for the Dustdevils after signing their National Letters of Intent at United High School Monday afternoon.
Knights Martinez Newest TAMIU Pitcher
- While those teams are still focusing on their playoff futures, a few others took time out today to sign Letters of Intent for the college level.
Palominos Add Eagles to the Squad
- Meanwhile across town it was a special afternoon for a group of Eagle Pass high schoolers as they achieved a true childhood dream, playing with your best friends even into college.
Trio of Dustedevils Honored by Conference
- The TAMIU baseball season is over after a disappointing 16-34 finish but the Dustdevils did get a bit of good news today as three of their players were honored by the Heartland Conference.
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