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Community Success and Student-Athlete Leadership
For the third time in two years, the Lion Student-Athlete Advisory Council granted a life changing wish and sent a family to the NBA All-Star Game.
Public Health Graduate
LSC Nominee for NCAA Woman of the Year
The student-athlete led Responsible Lions group led numerous initiatives supporting holistic wellness.
Sports Management Graduate
Campbell Trophy Semifinalist – LSC Fred Jacoby Academic Athlete of the Year
The Lions won third place in the 2020 Division II Award of Excellence for the student-athlete led #MakeItImportant Initiative.
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Ways to Give
You can make a donation in the following ways:
Make an easy secure donation online.
Give by Mail
Checks can be mailed to:
Lion Champions Fund
P.O. Box 3011
Commerce, TX 75429
Give by Phone
We can take a credit card secure payment over the phone. Please call 903.468.8760.
Automatic Monthly Payment Plans
Automatic payment plans are an easy way to split your gift into smaller payments. To set up a personal plan please contact the Lion Champions Fund Staff by calling 903.468.8760.
Many employers match charitable contributions made by their employees. If your company has a matching gift program, request the appropriate form from your employer and send it in with your gift.
In some situations, gifts or goods/services will be accepted in lieu of a cash contribution. All gifts-in-kind must be approved by the Lion Champions Fund.
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Why We Give
“We enjoy helping young people who are working to improve them- selves both academically and physically. Athletics can mean so much to a university well beyond the student-athletes, involving the band, cheerleaders, dance squad, students, alumni, faculty, staff, and more, creating a true esprit de corps, a sense of community and yes, a PRIDE. Truth is, most people hear about a university via its athletic programs and therefore they are even more important.”
“Our family is proud to support the Thrower Student-Athlete Success Center and other Lion Champions Fund initiatives. We are so honored to impact student success through the LCF and celebrate champions in the classroom and in competition. Go Lions!”
“Ralph and I give because we know how hard the student-athletes work to put Commerce on the map! Our gifts provide a better experience for them, and will help them reach their goals and dreams. It is ALL ABOUT THE STUDENTS!”
Lion Champions Fund :: Featured News
A&M-Commerce sophomore Chance Mulligan was paired with former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo at the U.S. Amateur Qualifier in Gladewater, Texas, on June 30. In a Tyler Morning Telegraph article that was published prior to the event, Mulligan said, “I’m not sure how much of a crowd to expect, but being with Tony, I know […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Billy Riebock has been named to the Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 40 Under 40 list and will be featured in the annual publication, which hits newsstands soon. Riebock is entering his second competitive season and third year as the Lions’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, helping lead […]
The Lion track and field teams had a fantastic spring season in 2021, with numerous individual honors and two individual national championships. Both the women’s and men’s teams finished in third place at the Lone Star Conference Championships, with 23 Lions earning All-Conference awards and 29 earning All-Region honors for their work in the regular […]
The Lion softball program was ranked as high as number two nationally during the regular season and advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II South Central Region finals in the 2021 season. The Lions went 33-18 overall after placing third in the Lone Star Conference in the regular season. Alyssa LeBlanc, Emily Otto […]
For the first time in the history of Lion Golf, both the men’s and women’s teams qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships in the 2021 season. The Lion women were ranked as high as fourth in the nation during the season and finished in ninth place in their first-ever appearance at the National Championships. […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce and Lion Athletics recognized Dr. Greg and Alicia Hulsey with a ceremony Friday in recognition of their transformational leadership gift to the university and the Lion Sports Medicine program. It marks the largest gift to intercollegiate athletics in the department’s 106-year history. “It’s a great day to be a Lion and this […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce Director of Athletics Tim McMurray was recently appointed to serve as a member of the NCAA Committee on Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports. The purpose of the committee is to provide expertise and leadership to the NCAA in order to promote a healthy and safe environment for student-athletes through research, […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce and Lion Athletics are proud to announce the establishment of a new endowed scholarship supporting Lion student-athletes. The scholarship was endowed with a leadership gift to the A&M-Commerce Foundation. This endowed scholarship will benefit student-athletes in good academic standing with preference towards those in a declared major in the College of Science […]
Emerson DePaz, a local 9-year-old, is officially a Lion after joining the Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s basketball team through a partnership with Team IMPACT, a national nonprofit organization. Team IMPACT, a Massachusetts-based organization, connects children with serious or chronic illnesses with local college athletics teams. Through Team IMPACT, a child battling illness becomes an official […]
26 undergraduate students and two graduate students in the Department of Health and Human Performance at Texas A&M University-Commerce assisted the Lone Star Conference, NCAA, and McKinney ISD with the 2019 Division II Football Championship at McKinney ISD Stadium on Saturday, December 21. This participation gave students experiential learning in the B.S. in Sport & […]