Hartenstein, Clemons lead Vipers to dominant win

EDINBURG — This was an RGV Vipers performance that fans have become spoiled with. The defending NBA G League champions flexed their muscles in a...

Vipers end losing skid before long month on road

EDINBURG — Angel Rodriguez said that when he thinks on the basketball court, he’s not himself. “I need to play by instinct,” the RGV Vipers...

Vipers ‘make progress’ but drop eighth straight

EDINBURG — Salt Lake City outscored RGV 3-1 in overtime and the Stars claimed their fifth straight win with a 124-122 win over the...

UTRGV hopes to catch fire at WAC Tourney

EDINBURG — It was three years ago when a No. 5-seeded UTRGV entered the Western Athletic Conference volleyball tournament and put together a magical...

UTRGV sweeps Chicago State on Senior Night

EDINBURG — The UTRGV volleyball team sent its seniors out in proper fashion Saturday as the Vaqueros celebrated Senior Night with a sweep of...

Vipers fall to 1-2 after second straight home loss

Visibly frustrated, RGV Vipers head coach Mahmoud Abdelfattah yelled “no foul,” questioning why officials overturned a foul in favor of the Santa Cruz Warriors midway through the fourth quarter Tuesday night. “Come on! God Bless! Help a brother out!” Abdelfattah shouted. Help, he did not get. Soon after, the Warriors’ Jeremy Pargo drained another 3-pointer, extending Santa Cruz’s lead to seven points with 6:14 left in the game. Pargo went on to drain two more 3s, adding to his 32 points on the night, as the Warriors defeated the Vipers 122-112 to improve to 2-1 on the season. Read the full story at themonitor.com.

Vaqueros dominate Yellow Jackets in home opener

EDINBURG — In his team’s first game on its home floor this season, UTRGV senior forward Lesley Varner shuffled back down the court and...

Vipers lose home opener to Austin

BY HENRY MILLER STAFF WRITER EDINBURG — As Daeshon Francis waited at the scorer’s table to check into Saturday’s NBA G League home opener for the...