• HBU Women’s Golf

    Coaching Philosophy: Women’s head golf coach, David Shuster, began coaching at a young age, leading summer leagues and working in his local recreation department. He competed in multiple sports, and eventually narrowed his focus to golf, which he played at the college level. After graduating from Angelo State University in 1980, Shuster went on to …

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  • Athletics, Academics & Christian Principles: A Winning Combination

    HBU’s 17 NCAA Division I sports represent the University on a national stage with great effect. They allow HBU to draw exceptional athletes, serve as a main component of student and alumni experience, and elevate the school to a level that meets and surpasses other universities. Athletics teams have played a formative role in shaping …

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  • Q&A With Steve Moniaci

    Steve Moniaci is HBU’s fourth director of Athletics. For about a decade, he has overseen the operations of the department and its 17 NCAA Division I sports programs. During his tenure, HBU successfully transitioned back to NCAA Division I membership status, joined the Southland Conference, started a football program and a beach volleyball program, and …

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  • Department of Student Success Provides Enhanced Active Learning Equipment Throughout Campus

    The Looper Learning Commons, named for the Doris and Terry Looper family, was dedicated in late 2016 in the Moody Library, and currently houses the majority of the team members in the Department of Student Success and Advising (Student Success). Since then, the space has become a hub for individual and group study, as well …

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  • John Bisagno Leaves Legacy In Houston and Beyond

    Professorship at HBU Honors Bisagno Frank Minton, a former pastor, remembers meeting the man who would become his best friend, John Bisagno, in 1957. “It was when I played pro-ball with the Brooklyn Dodgers. We met in a café in Shawnee, Oklahoma,” he said. Minton and his wife, Joyce, hit it off with Bisagno and …

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  • Churchill Biographer Visits HBU

    Submitted by the Morris Family Center for Law & Liberty If there is one thing about Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill that stands out, it was his conviction during the Second World War that liberty and Western Civilization are worth defending. It’s a good message for young people to hear. The mission of the …

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