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Texas State associate head coach John Wiley, who resigned from his post on Wednesday for “personal reasons,” moved to San Marcos after six seasons at East Carolina (Photo by Texas State athletics).

College Football: Associate head coach John Wiley resigns from post at Texas State, citing 'personal reasons'

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Texas State associate head coach John Wiley has resigned from his post effective immediately, the team announced on Wednesday afternoon.

“John is resigning for personal/ family reasons and we will respect and support his decision,” head coach Everett Withers said in a statement. “We are in the process of interviewing and completing the search to replace him and expect to have a coach in place in the very near future. No future comments will be made on the resignation of Coach Wiley.”

High School Softball: More accolades for three Lady Rattlers in 2016

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Add one more to the list of accolades for the 2016 Lady Rattlers.

Alyssa De Los Santos, San Marcos’ top home-run threat, was named to the Texas Sports Writers Association All-State third team this week following her send-off season that included a team-high six home runs and the Lady Rattlers’ highest batting average (.442). The Hill College player ended her final season with the second most hits on the team at 37. De Los Santos was already named First Team All-District 27-5A.

International Volleyball: Team USA, Texas State junior Jordan Kohl advance to quarterfinals of World Deaf Volleyball Championships

From Staff Reports

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Team USA continues to fare well on the world stage.

And Jordan Kohl has been front and center in that effort.

The Red, White and Blue is undefeated at the World Deaf Volleyball Championships in Washington, D.C. Team USA swept six of its seven opponents (Brazil, Canada, Russia, Poland, Turkey and Ukraine). Kohl and company secured a 3-1 victory over Japan.

Team USA advanced to today’s quarterfinals as the No. 1 seed where it will face No. 8 seed Turkey. For updates from the tournament, go to 2016volleyball.org/wc/. 

San Marcos guard Steven Price dribbles the ball up the floor. 

San Marcos forward Kaleb Johnson slashes toward the basket. 

San Marcos guard Jake Brown finds an open lane against San Antonio Memorial. 

College Basketball: Four Rattlers bound for next level

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Now four former Rattlers will be taking their talents to college.

Guard Steven Price became the fourth Rattler basketball signing for this senior class, committing to play basketball for Angelo State University as a preferred walk-on.

Price’s backcourt partners (Jake Brown and Bennie Cherry Jr.) agreed to attend Labette College in Kansas and Ranger College, respectively, earlier in the semester and forward Kaleb Johnson signed with Central Community College in Nebraska.

Texas State Notebook: Anicka Newell qualifies for Summer Olympics, longtime assistant returns to Bobcats

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

And then there were two.

Less than a week after former Bobcat pole vaulter Logan Cunningham punched his ticket to the Summer Olympics, Anicka Newell did the same.

Newell, who will represent Team Canada during next month’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, qualified at Sunday’s Canadian Track and Field Championships.

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