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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
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce student-athletes continued their excellence in the classroom during the fall 2022 semester.As many of the A&M-Commerce student-athletes competed in NCAA Division I and the Southland Conference for the first time, the athletic department recorded a cumulative grade point of average of 3.25, marking the 14th consecutive semester […]
By Lion Athletics Lion Nation— As Fall sports season comes to a close, we have learned that we are right where we belong in our transition to Division 1. We have had many successes on and off the fields and courts, and we know the best is yet to come! Fall Highlights Loin Athletics in […]
By Lion Athletics Texas A&M University-Commerce has announced the hiring of Lion Athletics Hall of Famer Clint Dolezel as the 21st head coach in the history of the Lion Football program on Wednesday morning. One of only three documented three-sport athletes in school history, Dolezel enjoyed a 13-year professional career with the Arena Football League […]
By Lion Athletics FRISCO – Five members of the Texas A&M University-Commerce football team earned all-Southland Conference recognition in their first season in the conference as announced by the conference office on Wednesday morning. The Lions had four on the first team and one on the second team. A&M-Commerce went 5-6 in 2022 overall and […]
By Lion Athletics FRISCO – In its first season in NCAA Division I and the Southland Conference, five members of the Texas A&M University-Commerce soccer team received all-conference recognition on Wednesday morning, highlighted by Mya Mitchell being named the conference’s Freshman of the Year. Joining Mitchell (Dallas – Mesquite Horn) on the conference honor roll […]
By Lion Athletics FRISCO – The Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team made some history on Tuesday morning as the Southland Conference released the preseason all-conference teams and preseason poll prior to the conference’s annual media day. The Lions are picked to finish fifth out of 10 teams in the preseason poll, as voted on by […]
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce welcomed back three of its national championship teams during homecoming weekend, who are celebrating special anniversaries. This year, the 1972 Football and Men’s Tennis National Championship teams are celebrating their 50-year anniversary, it also the five-yar anniversary of the 2017 Football National Championship team. “As we enter […]
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s cross country student-athlete Alex Speer has been named this week’s Under Armour Student-Athlete of the Week. In a preview of the course for the Southland Conference Championships and going up against SLC runners for the first time this season, Alex Speer ran a time of 20:08.79 […]
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce Interim Director of Athletics Eric Coleman has announced the appointment of Keith McCluney as Deputy Director of Athletics on Monday morning. “Adding Keith to our administrative team during this transition up to Division I was a no-brainer, especially with his vast experience at the Division I level,” […]
By Lion Athletics IRVING – Texas A&M University-Commerce football team senior Michael Noble has been selected as a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, given by the National Football Foundation on Wednesday. Noble (Orange, Calif.) is one of 156 semifinalists for college football’s premier scholar-athlete award. Celebrating its 33rd year, the Campbell Trophy® recognizes […]