Arkansas State bowling's Denisyha Waller was named the Southland Bowler of the Month for January, the league announced Thursday.
JONESBORO, Ark. (2/6/19) – Arkansas State head football coach Blake Anderson announced Wednesday the addition of four high school standouts and two junior college transfers to the Red Wolves 2019 recruiting class, which now includes 23 players from 10 different states.
Arkansas State sophomore sprinters Ke'von Holder and Caitland Smith have been named the Sun Belt Conference's Athletes' of the Week after their outstanding performances over the weekend in the state of Texas.
The Arkansas State women's bowling team announced the signing of Faith Welch to a National Letter of Intent to continue her collegiate career with the Red Wolves.
The Arkansas State women's basketball team will host South Alabama Thursday, Nov. 7 at First National Bank Arena. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m.
The second half of Sun Belt Conference play begins Thursday with the Red Wolves facing South Alabama at 7:00 pm from the Mitchell Center on ESPN+
JONESBORO, Ark. (2/5/19) – The 21st-ranked Arkansas State men's golf team has placed three players on Golfweek's midseason All-Sun Belt Conference Team, and the Red Wolves were also the publication's pick to win the league championship in its 2019 spring preview of the conference.
The Arkansas State Athletics Department has announced it will hold a social event Wednesday, Feb. 6, in Jonesboro to both recap the football program's 2019 recruiting class and to introduce the Red Wolves' seven new assistant football coaches to the public.
The Arkansas State women's bowling team took first-place honors at the Prairie View A&M Invitational Sunday in Arlington, Texas.
Ty Cockfield poured in 28 points as the Arkansas State men's basketball team held on for a thrilling 84-83 victory over Little Rock Saturday evening at the Jack Stephens Center.
The Arkansas State women's bowling team moved to third place Saturday at the Prairie View A&M Invitational in Arlington, Texas.
Jireh Washington and Akasha Westbrook each scored in double-figures but it was not enough as the Arkansas State women's basketball team fell to Little Rock 68-55 Saturday afternoon at the Jack Stephens Center