Temple College’s search for new men’s and women’s basketball coaches is in full swing, albeit with some restrictions given the country’s current status.
Kim Sebek didn’t know what her future held when she first arrived at Temple College. Stepping into her first collegiate women’s basketball head coaching position, Sebek didn’t see herself spending the next two decades guiding the Lady Leopards, becoming synonymous with the program and a stap…
McLennan Community College rolled into Temple College on Wednesday and immediately exhibited why the Highlanders are ranked 10th in NJCAA Division I.
Alexis Hamilton was hard to miss during Temple College’s doubleheader against Weatherford on Saturday afternoon.
Powerful baseball programs McLennan and Grayson challenge for the Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Conference championship seemingly every year, so it will be surprising if the 11th-ranked Highlanders and the No. 13 Vikings don’t end up grabbing half of the league’s four NJCAA Region V…
ABILENE — R.J. Mason made his second 3-pointer of the game, and Temple College led sixth-ranked Clarendon by three 7½ minutes into the teams’ NJCAA Region V Tournament men’s basketball quarterfinal at Moody Coliseum.
Kadie Berlin-George was candid following Temple College’s doubleheader Wednesday afternoon. The first-year Lady Leopards softball head coach didn’t mince words when it came to her takeaway from TC’s performance following a two-game sweep of North Central Texas to open Northern Texas Junior C…
The win itself was important. Temple College entered Saturday afternoon knowing that a home victory over Southwestern Christian would clinch the Leopards’ 10th consecutive berth in the NJCAA Region V Tournament and their 20th postseason trip in 21 years.
Apparently Jordyn Carter was just a bit too busy dishing out 11 assists, coming up with five steals and five rebounds, blocking four shots and posting a season-high 25 points to notice just how soundly Temple College dispatched last-place Southwestern Christian on Saturday afternoon.
Longevity is a rare gem in the coaching profession, which has a tendency to grind down its employees. Longevity in one location is even more coveted because of the two-way loyalty needed between coach and institution.
With a chance to even the season series with their rivals from Waco, the Temple College men’s and women’s teams put together a pair of inspired performances Monday night at TC Gym.