With 2-2 draws against Memphis 901 FC and Oklahoma City Energy FC, the Bears have shown that they can compete with anyone. Whether it’s an upper level game or a regular practice, the Bears are putting in work everyday to prepare for the 2020 season.
After going undefeated in last week’s matchups, the UCA Bears (8-16, 7-6 SLC) started off the week slow after falling to the Lamar Cardinals (12-12, 6-7 SLC) 74-67 in what was a hard fought battle until the final buzzer. The Bears were able to learn from that matchup though, as they were abl…
The UCA women’s basketball team (10-11, 6-6 SLC) extended their win streak to three. UCA defeated both Lamar University and McNeese State University at the Farris Center with convincing margins of victory.
The athletic program has kept a 3.0 GPA for the 14th straight semester since 2013 according to the UCA athletic department and athletic director Brad Teague.
The UCA women’s basketball team (9-11, 4-5 SLC) encountered both highs and lows in an interesting week of conference play.
The UCA Bears (7-15, 6-5 SLC) appear to have found their rhythm towards the end of the regular season as they won both of their matchups this past week with a blowout win against the Southeastern Louisiana Lions (6-15, 3-8 SLC) and a
Sophomore Carley Hudspeth is entering this basketball season prepared and optimistic.
UCA’s dance team, better known as the Honeybears, attended the 2020 UDA (Universal Dance Association) Nationals in Orlando, Florida Jan. 17-19. While they did not advance to finals, the team received superior excellence awards from the competition.
Malik Wilson is an always-smiling redshirt junior linebacker for the UCA Bears football team. His childhood is pretty similar to that of other college athletes — he started young. Getting his first taste of the game of football at age 4 in his home state of Alabama, Wilson began to love the game.
UCA has announced that Russ Pennell will not return as the head coach of the men’s basketball team according to a press release disclosed by ucasports.com on Jan. 7, 2020, following an earlier statement by the university that he would be taking an indefinite leave of absence.
The UCA Bears tennis team lost their fourth straight on Jan. 24 after a 4-3 loss against Austin Peay State University in UCA’s home opener at the Burns Park Tennis Center in Little Rock.
The UCA women’s basketball team (8-10, 4-5 SLC) was defeated 74-65 (15-2, 7-1 SLC) by Abilene Christian on Jan. 25 at the Farris Center. The loss gave the Sugar Bears its fifth conference loss and tenth overall loss.
Late missed free-throws led to a 70-69 Bears loss against the Abilene Christian Wildcats in overtime on Jan. 25 in the Farris Center.
The women’s basketball team (8-9, 4-4 SLC) had two polar opposite performances Jan. 15 at Stephen F. Austin State University and Jan. 18 at Nicholls State University.
UCA’s men’s and women’s track and field teams combined for 18 top five finishes, including four first place finishes January 17 and 18 at the Samford University Invite in Birmingham, Alabama.
The UCA men’s basketball team (5-14, 4-4 SLC) had a tough week as they lost to the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (15-3, 6-1 SLC) on Jan. 15 in the Farris Center and to the Nicholls State Colonels (12-7, 6-2 SLC) on Jan. 18 on the road.
The UCA men's head basketball coach Russ Pennell said Tuesday that he will not be returning as the coach.
The UCA volleyball team ended the regular pushing their winning streak to seven with victories over University of the Incarnate Word Nov.14 and Texas A&M Corpus Christi Nov.16.
The UCA volleyball team ended the regular pushing their winning streak to seven with victories over University of the Incarnate Word Nov.14 and Texas A&M Corpus Christi Nov.16. (photo courtesy of UCASports)
The Little Rock Trojans took their first lead in the I-40 Showdown with a 76-56 victory over the UCA Bears in the Farris Center Nov. 17.
The Little Rock Trojans took their first lead in the I-40 Showdown with a 76-56 victory over the UCA Bears in the Farris Center Nov. 17. (photo courtesy of UCASports)