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Running and Fitness: Gradual training prevents injuries

Running with Moe

The temperatures are hot and it is hard to put in the miles and pace work for runners.  

The problem is that if a runner is planning on doing a marathon in December, the training has to start in a very short time. It can be a slow build up of miles in August but to run a comfortable marathon the training takes about 12 weeks or more to post a good time and not crash near the end.  

Preseason camp: Texas State turns in solid, yet imperfect first day of practice

Sports Editor

One down, 28 to go.

After a grueling introduction to preseason camp, the Texas State football team moved one step closer to its Sept. 5 season opener at Florida State. The first day wasn't without its mistakes, but afterward head coach Dennis Franchione was relatively pleased with where his team stood.

Features: Cat Osterman closes the book on playing days in Texas

Sports Editor

In the state of Texas, Cat Osterman is softball royalty.

So it’s only appropriate that the former University of Texas standout, who is known for her devastating rise ball, closes the book on her playing career — or at least the chapter that includes the Lone Star State — in the city that she now calls home. Since taking over as Texas State’s assistant softball coach more than a year ago, Osterman has relocated from Austin to her new home in San Antonio.

College Football: New actors, new plotlines for Texas State when preseason camp opens today

Sports Editor

As Texas State’s football team embarks on its fifth fall camp under head coach Dennis Franchione, there will a number of different subplots to monitor over the next month or so.

Here are four storylines that are worth watching when preseason practice begins at 6 p.m. tonight...

The defense: For a team that doesn’t lack established stars on offense — Tyler Jones, Robert Lowe, Chris Nutall and Adrian Bellard to name a few — Texas State will have plenty of new faces lining up on defense this season.

Men's College Basketball: Texas State to visit UTEP, Washington State

Sports Editor

Texas State’s non-conference schedule in men’s basketball has yet to be released — that should happen in the coming weeks — but two opponents on the slate are now known.

The Bobcats, who posted a 14-17 mark last season, will travel to UTEP on Nov. 21 and later Washington State on Dec. 19. While the dates haven’t been made official, Texas State is also expected to host I-35 rival UTSA and visit Prairie View A&M during its nine-game non-conference slate.


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