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Bobcat Men's Basketball: Texas State left with few options as critical homestand approaches

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Believe it or not, but Texas State still controls its own destiny.

Even after everything that has gone wrong since conference play began in late December, if the Bobcats win their final two games, starting with tonight’s 7:30 p.m. tilt against Troy inside Strahan Coliseum, they’ll punch their ticket into next week’s conference tournament.

It’s really that simple.

Bobcat women's basketball: Texas State tries to get back to winning ways tonight against Troy

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

There’s literally only one coach that gives their players a greener light than Zenarae Antoine —Troy’s Chanda Rigby.

Tonight Texas State (12-16, 7-11 in the Sun Belt) takes on Troy (15-12, 10-8 in the Sun Belt), the only team that’s taken more 3-pointers this season this season than Antoine’s (read: 642 3-pointers to 621) and the only team to ever hang at least 100 points on the Bobcats under Antoine.

Texas State softball: Bobcats hand out 'Texas butt'whoopin' in 9-5 victory over the Longhorns

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

Randi Rupp's one-liner said it all.

"That's a Texas butt'whoopin, I would say," the unabashed sophomore said minutes after the Bobcats collected a 9-5 victory over UT on Wednesday night in front of 1,011 fans inside Bobcat Softball Stadium. It was Texas State's first triumph over the Longhorns since March 24, 2010.

The Bobcats definitely roughed up the visitors in the fifth inning.

High School Softball: Lady Rattlers rout Memorial in district home opener

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

Tuesday night was a short assignment for San Marcos.

It only took three innings for the Lady Rattlers to close out their district home opener against San Antonio Memorial with a statement, 22-0, win. Senior Cici Kinere got the call inside the circle in favor of starter Victoria Vasquez. 

Kinere responded and pitched a three-inning no-hitter and a near-perfect game if not for an infield error during the top of the first.

College Track and Field: Texas State sprints to the top of the Sun Belt heap

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

It had been a while since Texas State enjoyed success on the men’s side.

At least as far as conference titles are concerned.

But, in the weeks leading up to the Sun Belt Indoor Championships, track and field coordinator Jody Stewart sensed the men’s team was building toward something special.

“Each meet, we were getting better. Each meet, each group stood out and kept improving,” Stewart said.

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