Meineke Car Care is taking over as title sponsor of the Texas Bowl in Houston.
The auto service company announced a three-year deal Tuesday with ESPN Regional Television.
The December game matches a Big 12 team against a Big Ten team at Reliant Stadium.
Meineke previously sponsored the bowl in Charlotte, where the company has its headquarters. The company was founded 39 years ago by Sam Meineke of Houston.
Watch list: North Carolina defensive end Quinton Coples and safety Matt Merletti and Duke safety Matt Daniels are among 12 ACC players on the 42-player Lott Impact Trophy watch list, honoring the nation's top collegiate defensive player, as announced at a luncheon hosted by former Southern California and NFL star Ronnie Lott and the Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation.
ACC honors: Duke's Laetitia Beck is the ACC's women's golfer of the month for April for play March 30 to April 10. The ACC tournament will be played Friday through Sunday at the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro.
ACC honors: Duke senior Nadine Fahoum and North Carolina's Zoe De Bruycker are the co-players of the week.
The ACC Women's Tennis Championships are scheduled for April 21-24 at Cary Tennis Park in Cary.
Atlantic Sun honors: Campbell's Karolina Chernaya was chosen the Atlantic Sun Conference freshman of the year, and the Camels' David Johnson again was the women's coach of the year. Campbell's Lisa Sutton received her second career first-team honor.
USA South honors: Meredith's Puja Patel of Snow Hill is the rookie of the week.
Atlantic Sun honors: Campbell senior Davy Sum earned unanimous honors as the men's player of the year and his fourth straight first team honor. Fernando Guillen was the freshman of the year. North Florida's Igal Buberman received the coaching honor.
High Point hires Hoover: Former California, Virginia and Memphis assistant Jennifer Hoover is the new coach at High Point. She most recently was the top assistant at California for three seasons.
The former post player was chosen one of the ACC's top-50 all-time players and is Wake Forest's all-time leader in scoring and rebounding.
CIAA honors: St. Augustine's junior Alex Howard, who went 6-for-8 with three doubles and seven RBIs in two games, is the CIAA's offensive player of the week, and senior center fielder Joe Pierce is the defensive player of the week for the second straight week. Pierce is tied for fourth in Division II with 32 stolen bases.
Chowan junior first baseman Justin Bagbey is the player of the week, and Winston-Salem State sophomore Joseph Hebert of Southern Pines is the pitcher of the week.
USA South honors: Meredith senior Arielle Stout of Siler City is the USA South pitcher of the week for the second time in three week. She has 558 career strikeouts, a USA South record.
Duke 7, Davidson 5: At Durham, freshmen Chris Marconcini and Jordan Betts each homered and freshman Robert Huber (4-0) scattered three runs over six innings to lead the Blue Devils (20-16) to a nonconference win over the Wildcats (16-16) at Jack Coombs Field. Huber struck out six.
Coca-Cola Wofford Invitational: At Spartanburg, S.C., Zak Drescher shot a 3-under-par 69 that was the day's low round in a field of 79 players, and Campbell (292-282-296-870) finished third at 6-over par.
East Tennessee State (289-285-284-858) took top honors in the 15-team field.
Jacobo Pastor of Charleston Southern (70-69-71-210) was the medalist by two strokes.
Shaw 10-16, St. Augustine's 8-1: The Bears (13-40, 6-2 CIAA) won twice on the Falcons' senior day at Raleigh's Walnut Creek Softball Complex. St. Aug's is 3-26 and 3-7.
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