As the Coronado head softball coach, Coach Picken led the Lady Mustangs to the 2018 regional final, 2019 regional quarterfinal (including a district championship), 2021 area final and bi-district round in 2022.
No. 9 Texas Tech defeated No. 3 Oklahoma State, 6-4, on Sunday afternoon at O’Brate Stadium. The win secured a series sweep, and Tech’s third in a row in Stillwater as the Cowboys have not won a home game against the Red Raiders since April 6, 2014.
No. 9 Texas Tech dropped its series finale versus Baylor, 11-7, on Sunday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark. The Red Raiders outscored the home team 5-0 from the fifth inning forward but it was not enough to overcome the nine-run margin the Bears built in the early innings.
Caroline Hobbs has been around horses pretty much for all her life. In the next 12 months, she will be around two more as she becomes the program’s 61st Masked Rider. For her, it’s a dream two decades in the making.
Texas Tech wide receiver Erik Ezukanma and offensive lineman Dawson Deaton were both selected during the final day of the 2022 NFL Draft on Saturday as Ezukanma was picked in the fourth round by the Miami Dolphins followed by Deaton in the seventh round with the Cleveland Browns.
Luke Adams has been named Texas Tech men’s basketball Director of Player Development after a successful run as the head coach at New Mexico Junior College the past four seasons. Adams, who played guard for the Red Raiders from 2012-15 and was an Academic All-Big 12 First Team selection, joins the Red Raider program led by his father, head coach Mark Adams.
No. 9 Texas Tech dropped Sunday’s series finale versus West Virginia, 15-4, at Rip Griffin Park. Despite Sunday’s loss, the Red Raiders secured the series win on Saturday and are winners of four of their first five Big 12 series this season.
Rayshad Williams picked off the second pass of the Texas Tech Spring Game and raced 38 yards into the end zone, spring boarding Team Matadors to a 24-6 victory over Team Red Raiders Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium.
No. 4 Texas Tech fell 11-3 to TCU on Saturday afternoon at Lupton Stadium. The loss seals the first time the Red Raiders have been swept by an opponent since 2015, the first time a Big 12 opponent claimed a sweep since 2014 and the first time TCU swept Tech at home since 2010.