Henderson State University has announced the students listed on the Dean’s List and Honor Roll for the Fall 2021 semester. To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have achieved […]
The Division II Award of Excellence recognizes initiatives in the past year that exemplify the Division II philosophy, community engagement and student-athlete leadership. The Reddies received the accolade for their Military and First Responders Appreciation Day on Sept. 11, 2021.
Elgas becomes just the fourth coach in program history to win 100 or more games at the school, joining Don Dyer (316), Rand Chappell (120) and Grady Bean (101).
Already a 2021 First Team All-American according to both the AFCA and D2CCA, Curry is seeking to become the Reddies’ second unanimous First Team All-American of the NCAA era.
In her presentation, Trubitt will discuss two historic house sites in Arkadelphia – the J. E. M. Barkman House and Magnolia Manor – that have been investigated by archeologists from the Arkansas Archeological Survey’s Henderson State University Research Station.
The Reddies, who won 27 games last spring and captured the program’s first conference title since 1982, will bring back a plethora of pieces from its championship team in 2022.
A record 450-plus student-athletes make up Reddie Athletics, which has now turned in a 3.0 GPA or better every semester since the spring of 2017. Eleven different programs at HSU recorded team GPAs or 3.0 or better, including all nine women’s sports.
He is just the seventh Reddie of the NCAA era to receive All-American honors in multiple seasons.
ARKADELPHIA — Henderson State senior receiver L’liott Curry was named the 2021 D2CCA All-Super Region 3 First Team for the second-straight season on Wednesday afternoon. Curry, who finished no. 3 nationally in receptions (91), […]
To accommodate social distancing, the event will be held in the Garrison Center Ballroom beginning at 9 a.m. Graduates have been assigned specific times to arrive at intervals throughout the day.