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Texas State junior Cory Geisler waits for the pitch to arrive during Saturday's game against Arkansas State inside Bobcat Ballpark.

College Baseball: Texas State swept by Arkansas State, falls 11-10 in series finale

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Facing a one-run deficit in the ninth inning, Texas State elected to roll the dice.

The result?

It came up snake eyes.

As was the case throughout their weekend series against Arkansas State, the Bobcats couldn't author the one big play — whether it was on the mound or at the plate — that would stem the tide in their favor.

San Marcos senior Nick Gutierrez checks on the runner at first base during Friday's 10-3 victory over San Antonio McCollum.

High School Baseball: Rattlers sweep McCollum to advance to area finals

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Just 24 hours after his walk-off single in the first game, Nick Gutierrez wanted to be sure that San Antonio McCollum was finished off Friday night.

The senior’s complete game along with a flurry of runs from San Marcos’ bats surged the Rattlers’ 10-3 win over the Cowboys and lifted them into the area finals.

With the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh, head coach Bryan Webb chose to keep Gutierrez on the mound trusting his pitcher and defense could quell McCollum’s rally.

Uncertainty remains about whether Texas State will offer full cost of attendance

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At the present time, it doesn’t look like Texas State is going to provide full cost of attendance for its student athletes, according to multiple sources within the athletic department.

This stipend, which would put extra cash in the pockets of student athletes, is designed to cover additional expenses (food, personal travel and incidentals) beyond what is provided by grant-in-aid scholarships (tuition, room and board).

San Marcos second baseman Jenica Flores attempts to tag out a runner during Thursday night's playoff loss to Georgetown.

High School Softball: Lady Rattlers fall in area finals to Georgetown

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AUSTIN — It wasn’t the ending San Marcos imagined.

With aspirations of recapturing 2014’s success, the Lady Rattlers’ run ended Thursday night at Del Valle High School in a 7-3 loss to the Georgetown Eagles.

The normally decisive fielding of San Marcos (26-5) was uncharacteristically hesitant to make throws during Georgetown’s (15-14) small-ball strategy all game. One mishap led to another and the Lady Rattlers were simply in too deep come the seventh inning to make a rally.

Texas State second baseman Cedric Vallieres (No. 25) is met at the plate by Cory Geisler and Luke Sherley following his three-run homer during Saturday's 12-10 loss to Arkansas State.

College Baseball: Texas State's power surge not enough in 12-10 loss to Arkansas State

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All season long Texas State has belted its fair share of solo home runs.

Yet for whatever reason, the Bobcats have had a difficult time getting runners on base before someone sends one over the fence.

Well during Saturday’s 12-10 loss to Arkansas State inside Bobcat Ballpark, that wasn’t the case.

Behind Cedric Vallieres’ three-run blast in the second and Granger Studdard’s two-run shot in the following frame, Texas State jumped out to what appeared to be a comfortable advantage.


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