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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 football team alums Kader Kohou and Amon Simon have signed contracts with National Football League teams to further their careers. Kohou has signed on as an undrafted free agent with the Miami Dolphins and Simon has signed with the Dallas Cowboys. “I am really excited for these […]
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – The Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic department hosted its annual awards show, The Luckys on Tuesday night, celebrating Lion student-athletes in the classroom, in competition, and in life. “Everyone in this room is a point of great pride for this university,” said University President Dr. Mark J. Rudin in remarks at […]
Christopher and Dr. Breanna Gatling are among the youngest donors in Texas A&M University-Commerce history. Their recent gifts set a precedent for a new generation of alumni to support their alma mater earlier in their careers. The Gatlings introduced two new scholarships: The Breanna Gatling Scholarship in Veterinary Science and the Christopher Gatling Scholarship for […]
The Lone Star Conference (LSC) recently announced its 2022 all-academic teams for men’s and women’s indoor track and field. Four A&M-Commerce student-athletes from the Department of Health and Human Performance made the list. Iniuto Ukpong is the women’s 2022 Academic Athlete of the Year. She headlines a group of 11 athletes on the women’s all-academic […]
By Lion Athletics PITTSBURG, Kan. –Ushan Perera defended his high jump crown for his third national championship to highlight a strong Saturday for the Texas A&M University-Commerce track and field teams at the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Robert W. Plaster Center. Perera (Mahabage, Sri Lanka) claimed his third overall […]
By Lion Athletics INDIANAPOLIS – For the fourth straight season, the Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team has qualified for the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Championship, as announced by the NCAA on Sunday night. The Lions (26-4) are the second seed in the South Central Region, which is comprised of the Lone Star and […]
By Lion Athletics LUBBOCK – Another record-setting day for the Texas A&M University-Commerce track and field teams at the Lone Star Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships secured top three finishes for both teams on Saturday at the Sports Performance Center. The Lion men finished the meet with 120 points, trailing West Texas A&M’s 206, […]
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce softball pitcher Alyssa LeBlanc has been selected as the Wilson/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Pitcher of the Week as well as the Lone Star Conference Pitcher of the Week on Tuesday afternoon. LeBlanc (Katy) went 2-0 in two five-inning complete games for the Lions last week at […]
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce head football coach David Bailiff has announced the Lions’ 2022 National Signing Day class, with 19 new Lions signing letters of intent on Wednesday. The 19-player class is made up of 11 transfers and eight freshmen. Geographically, 16 hail from the Lone Star state and one each […]
By Lion Athletics COMMERCE – Texas A&M University-Commerce has announced the hiring of Ashley Gordon as head coach of the Lions’ soccer program. Gordon, who brings over 30 years of coaching and playing experience, becomes the third coach in the 26-year history of the Lion Soccer program as they transition into NCAA Division I as […]