UNT System News Briefs – March 11, 2019

Date Published: 
Monday, March 11, 2019

Think you know Dallas ISD teachers? Here's why these rock stars say they do the job
    Dallas Morning News

Classroom teachers don’t have an easy go of it. The one-size-fits-all description often portrayed publicly is that they’re demoralized, disrespected and underpaid.

Meet Regina Montoya, candidate for Dallas mayor

WFAA invited each of the nine candidates for Dallas mayor to answer the following questions to help inform voters before the May 4th election.

Men's basketball: Arikawe finds home at UNT at end of long journey from Nigeria
    Denton Record Chronicle

Tope Arikawe walked past a security checkpoint at Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Nigeria before looking back to catch a final glimpse of his mother…

Softball: UNT finds bright side in series win after Sunday loss to Southern Miss
    Denton Record Chronicle

North Texas entered its opening series in Conference USA play in a terrific spot considering the challenges it faces in their first season under new coach Rodney DeLong.

UNT Hall of Famer Cedrick Hardman dies at 70
    Denton Record Chronicle

Cedrick Hardman, who joined the North Texas football team on whim and went on to become one of the greatest players in program history, died Friday. He was 70.

Men's basketball: UNT ends regular season with loss at FIU
Denton Record Chronicle

    North Texas ended the regular season with a 73-58 loss at Florida International on Saturday night.

Softball: UNT starts 2-0 in C-USA
    Denton Record Chronicle

Despite trailing in both games, North Texas found a way to win 7-5 and 4-3 Saturday in the opening doubleheader of Conference USA play against Southern Mississippi.

UNT key spring issues No. 3 -- Can the Mean Green replace two solid cornerbacks?
    Denton Record Chronicle

North Texas made a dramatic jump defensively last season, when the Mean Green allowed 24.2 points per game.