Samuel Snow

45 posts


Moore hits game-winner, Mustangs edge out California


Having trounced the LSU Tigers, the SMU Mustangs took to the court two days later to face off against the University of California-Berkley Golden Bears and emerged victorious again 67-65. This game was even tougher. SMU looked sluggish to start the game. Insid... More »

Women’s tennis falls to Houston, 5-2


The SMU women’s tennis team continued to struggle as they fell to No. 24 University of Houston, 5-2, Saturday. With the latest loss, the Mustangs fell to 6-10 overall and 3-2 in the conference. The upside to the day was Dasha Sharapova and Anna Kate Anderson, ... More »

A project, not a one-time deal


Two weeks ago, a spot in the NCAA Tournament field was a lock. SMU had just beaten UCF, and all was well with Mustang nation. Then the Mustangs lost at home to Louisville. No worries; Louisville was beating everybody at this point in the season. Then the Musta... More »

Men’s basketball loses in AAC Tournament opener


As Charles Dickens wrote in A Tale of Two Cities, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity…” For SMU, who lost 68-64, it was a tal... More »

Solid off-season hints at great season


  The Texas Rangers, when seen last, had lost a tiebreaker with the Tampa Bay Rays who made it to the postseason, there was talk of their window closing when it came to winning the World Series, and Ian Kinsler was the longest-tenured player on the team. The R... More »

SMU wins a close one, 68-64


Coming off of a loss to Temple, the SMU Mustangs were looking to get a home victory. However, the Mustangs came out rusty, and Houston took advantage of it. Houston came out and knocked down four treys, three by Danuel House, in their first five baskets to tak... More »

Women finish fifth at Invitational


The SMU women’s golf team finished fifth at the Central District Invitational. The collegiate tournament took place Monday and Tuesday, and the play of junior Jennifer Park led SMU to the fifth-place finish. Golfing at Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club, Par... More »

SMU beats Rutgers, 77-65, in Valentine’s Day match-up


After winning against No. 7 Cincinnati, the SMU Mustangs took to the road to face the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. The team would have to be careful, though, as a loss similar to the one at USF was certainly a possibility. Markus Kennedy, as with the Cincinnati ga... More »

No. 23 SMU has sights set on Rutgers


  Following the biggest win in recent memory, the SMU Mustangs (19-5, 8-3), now ranked No. 23, are going to have come back down to earth. After sending a beating to No. 7 Cincinnati, the AAC leaders, SMU will travel to the Louis Brown Athletic Center to face R... More »

Mustangs lose on a buzzer-beater


The SMU women’s basketball team wanted a victory at home to ease the romping handed to them by the University of Connecticut, and it looked like they were going to get it with 5.7 seconds left. Up 64-63, their inability to block out on the final shot, though, ... More »