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WHEELING, W.Va. — One day after securing the 18th and final slot inside the cutline, Mary Hardin-Baylor moved up one spot to 17th place Thursday following three rounds of the NCAA Division III men’s national tournament.

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BROWNWOOD — Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Ari Saldana maintained his one-stroke lead in the final round Tuesday to win the individual title and help the Crusaders capture the team crown at the men’s American Southwest Conference tournament.

BROWNWOOD — Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Ari Saldana fired matching rounds of 2-under 70 on Monday to build a one-stroke lead in the medalist competition and help UMHB climb atop the leaderboard at the men’s American Southwest Conference tournament.

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ABILENE — The first American Southwest Conference championship football game lived up to its billing, complete with big plays, big hits and a big celebration. And when the final buzzer had sounded and the prize had been awarded, it was once again Mary Hardin-Baylor with its hands on the trophy.

BELTON — Mary Hardin-Baylor freshman running back Montana Miller grew up watching Crusaders football games, cheering as his older brothers Malcolm and Markeith battered UMHB opponents with their powerful running styles.

BELTON — Making his first start since high school in a contest to determine whether or not Mary Hardin-Baylor would advance to the American Southwest Conference championship game, quarterback Kyle King was a little shaky at the start.

ALPINE — Mary Hardin-Baylor dictated the action in the first half and held on late to stun East Texas Baptist 75-72 on Monday night in the women’s American Southwest Conference tournament championship game, giving the Lady Crusaders their second straight league title.