• January 19, 2021

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Conference USA announces Bowl affiliations through 2025

DALLAS – Conference USA has announced the league’s bowl lineup that will span the six-year cycle from 2020-25. The conference is guaranteed seven bowl appearances in each year of the new cycle. “We are very pleased with our future bowl lineup,” said C-USA Commissioner Judy MacLeod. “Our teams will continue to have postseason opportunities in […]Read More

Flyin’ Miners’ Bailey, Bright, Caicedo, Chepkosgei, Koncos, Men’s 4×400 head

DALLAS – Conference USA announced its All-Conference selections as UTEP track and field’s Sean Bailey (400m), Chantoba Bright (long jump), Maribel Caicedo (60m hurdles), Carolyne Chepkosgei (800m), Karol Koncos (weight throw) and the men’s 4x400m relay team were named first team All-C-USA on Tuesday. Bailey ran a personal-best 46.42 in the men’s 400m, claiming gold, while […]Read More

UTEP’s Korir, Amusan Garner C-USA Athlete of the Year

UTEP claimed two superlative Conference USA track and field honors as Emmanuel Korir and Tobi Amusan were named C-USA Male and Female Track Athletes of the Year, announced by the league office on Friday afternoon. “Both athletes are very special and talented. He [Korir] was the best candidate for our league and would most likely […]Read More

C-USA Basketball Championships Moving to Frisco, Texas

Conference USA Commissioner Judy MacLeod announced today the 2018 and 2019 Conference USA Men’s & Women’s Basketball Championships will be hosted at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, in partnership with the University of North Texas, the Dallas Cowboys and Visit Frisco. Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at The Star will be […]Read More

UTEP Volleyball to Host Western Kentucky and Rice

The UTEP volleyball team (4-16, 2-5 C-USA) will return to its home court this weekend to take on a pair of matches. First, the Miners will face a battle against the top team in Conference USA, Western Kentucky (20-2, 7-0 C-USA) on Friday at 6:30 p.m. (MT) and follow that up with a match against […]Read More

Television Packages Announced For Conference USA

IRVING, Texas – Conference USA Commissioner Judy MacLeod announced today that the conference has reached a new multi-year agreement for a comprehensive national television package with four leading outlets; ESPN, CBS Sports Network, the American Sports Network (ASN) and beIN SPORTS. “We explored a number of traditional, digital and additional outlets during the negotiation process,” […]Read More