Aug. 29 — Men's Soccer: The SAGU Lions opened the season with a 3-3 tie to Huston-Tillotson University. Dallas Horne scored two goals in the contest.

Sept. 2 — Volleyball: The Lady Lions opened the season with a 4-0 record by winning four games at the Wayland Baptist tournament.

Sept. 6 —Women's Soccer: In a 13-0 loss the Lady Lions lost their first game in program history to the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor.

Sept. 9 — Women's Soccer: In a 6-1 loss to Concordia University, the SAGU Lady Lions scored their first goal in program history when Allison Malcolm scored on an the first assist from Jessica Marroquin.

Sept. 9 — Football: The Lions opened the season with a 35-6 loss to Sul Ross University.

Sept. 9 — Men's Soccer: In a 2-0 win over Concordia University, the Lions won their first game of the season as Dallas Horne earned his first shutout in his career.

Sept. 16 — Football: Running back Brian Thomas ran for two touchdowns in a 30-14 loss to Tabor College.

Sept. 16 — Volleyball: With a win over Bacone College in Muskogee, OK, Hank Moore became the all time winningest coach in SAGU Volleyball history with his 93rd win.

Sept. 20 — Volleyball: Esther Jaquez, for her performance last week where she averaged 24.8 digs per game and recorded 10 aces, and passed the 1,000 dig milestone, and was named the NAIA National Libero of the Week.

Sept. 22 — Volleyball: With a 3-1 win over Howard Payne University, Sarah Strasemeier killed nine shots to pass the 800 kill mark of her career.

Sept. 23 — Football: In a 0-7 loss to Austin College, the Lions held their opponent to their lowest score since September 2004 against Principia College.

Sept. 25 — Men's and Women's Soccer: After a weekend of soccer games in Muskogee, OK at the Muskogee Tournament. Both soccer programs landed players on the All-Tournament Team. Gina Palo and Kelsey Smith were named the Women's All-Tournament team while Jean Cazy and Dallas Horne named to the Men' Team.

Sept. 25 — Volleyball: Kelani Keoho was named the Red River Player of the Week after averaging a triple double in three games played the week before. This is the second week in a row that a Volleyball player won the Red River Player of the Week Award.

Sept. 30 — Football: With a 23-3 win over McPherson, the Lions grabbed their first win the season as defensive back Daniel Pacheco intercepted three passes to set a new school record for interceptions in a one game. This also extended the Lions streak of at least one interception in their last eight games.

Oct. 2 — Football: In a 53-6 loss to Bethel, Kenneth Wuerch intercepted a pass to bring the Lions interception streak to nine games.

Oct. 20: — Women's Soccer-In a loss to Bacone College, Allison Malcolm scored her third goal of the year.

Oct. 10 — Men's Soccer: In overtime, Dallas Horne came out from the goalie position and hit a penalty kick to score the game winning goal to win 2-1.

Oct. 14 — Football: Marcus Ayers returned two fumbles in a loss to Kansas Wesleyan, but one of the fumbles was returned for an 80 yard touchdown, a new school record.

Oct. 14 — Volleyball: With a win over Huston-Tillotson, Head Coach Hank Moore reached 100 wins in his SAGU Volleyball history.

Oct. 16 — Volleyball: For the second time this season, Kelani Keoho was named the Red River Conference Player of the Week.

Oct. 17 — Women's Soccer: In a loss to the University of Dallas, goalie April Francis set a season high with 19 saves.

Oct. 17 — Volleyball: In a 3-1 win over Texas College, Sarah Strasemeier blocked eight shots, moving her past the 400 mark in her career at SAGU.

Oct. 21 — Football: With four interceptions on defense and two touchdown passed by Joseph Garcia, the Lions were able to defeat Haskell Indians Nation University by a 24-7 score on Homecoming Saturday.

Oct. 26 — Volleyball: For their second year in a row, the Lady Lions won the NCCAA Central Region Title with a three game win over Central Baptist College.

Oct. 27 — Volleyball: For their second year in a row, with a win over Jarvis Christian College, the Lady Lions hit the 20 win mark.

Oct. 28 — Men's Soccer: With a decisive 7-3 win over Northwood, the Lions entered the RRAC conference tournament with for first time in 2001.

Oct. 30 — Men's Soccer: Chase Bishop for the second year in a row was named the Red River Second All-Conference Team. Bishop scored eight goals and collected four assists for the Lions in 2006.

Oct. 30 — Men's Soccer: Sam Durland was the Red River Conference Player of the Week for scoring one goal against Texas College and then scoring three goals in a key win over Northwood during the previous week.

Oct. 30 — Volleyball: Esther Jaquez, was named the Red River Conference and Region VI Libero of the Week. During the week, Jaquez complied 94 digs and six aces. Earlier in the year, Esther won also won the award the conference, region, and national level.

Oct. 30 — Men's Soccer: The Lions were ousted from their first conference tournament in five years by Texas Wesleyan University. The Lions led 1-0 at halftime, but could not hold the lead in a 4-1 loss.