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Sun Belt Conference commissioner Karl Benson speaks during last year's media days in New Orleans.

College Athletics: Sun Belt enacts new regulations at spring meetings

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Even as the Sun Belt arrives at what commissioner Karl Benson called “a second full year of stable membership,” the league still adopted a few new regulations for the upcoming 2015-2016 academic year.

The conference enacted changes to its men’s basketball scheduling policy, increased the entry and exit fee for new and existing members and addressed the issue of cost of attendance during its annual spring meetings which wrapped up on Tuesday afternoon in Montgomery, Alabama.

Opinion: Surprising Astros are the toast of MLB right now

By MARK CAUL
Special to the Record
 
The first-place Houston Astros are not exactly what you would expect to hear from anyone beyond the month of April. 
 
But it's true.
 
The same 'Stros who are usually only referenced primarily for their old rainbow softball looking unis and legendary pitcher (Nolan Ryan) are accomplishing something in the first two months of the Major League Baseball season that has rarely come to fruition.
 
They are winning.
 
And winning a lot.

Texas State junior utility player Cory Geisler crosses the plate after slugging a home run earlier this season.

College Baseball: Texas State's feeling good going into Sun Belt Tournament

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Most preseason prognosticators probably thought Texas State and UL Lafayette would be squaring off on championship Sunday of the Sun Belt Tournament.

After all, the Bobcats and Ragin’ Cajuns occupied the top two slots in the conference’s preseason rankings.

And yet, for a myriad of reasons, Texas State and UL Lafayette have failed to meet those expectations.

High School Football: Back to the grind for the San Marcos Rattlers

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

The Rattlers are back at it again.

San Marcos strapped up their helmets and shoulder pads during a spring two-a-day session on Tuesday. The team went back to work this past week in preparation for its spring game on Friday, May 29.

The tone of these sessions has been set and the theme is simple: Earn your spot.

It has been six long months of offseason work for the Rattlers and by the time the offense and defense faced off to concludes Tuesday evening’s practice the competitive juices were flowing.

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