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Texas State freshman catcher Sara Rupp tries to catch an incoming ball as Texas’ Devon Tunning (No. 4) slides home.

College Softball: UT's late rally stuns Texas State in 6-5 loss

By MARK CAUL
Special to the Record

AUSTIN — On an afternoon when the best softball pitcher in the world — Texas State assistant coach Cat Osterman — returned to her alma mater in front of a near sellout crowd at McCombs Field, one of Osterman’s proteges - Bobcat sophomore Kaylee Garner - pitched arguably her best game of the season for most of Saturday afternoon’s contest.


From left: Texas State assistant coach Cat Osterman and head coach Ricci Woodard debrief following a recent game against Georgia State inside Bobcat Softball Stadium (Gerald Castillo).

College Softball: UT fans pack the house for Osterman's return

AUSTIN — Two hours prior to Saturday’s tilt between No. 25 Texas and Texas State at Red and Charline McCombs Field, the big luxury Bobcat travel bus with CATS CARAVAN emblazoned across the side pulled up for what would be their only trek of the season to Austin.

But for most Texas Longhorn fans - the only Cat that mattered to them was a tall, lanky former Olympian - who emerged from the caravan decked out in maroon and gold and not the traditional burnt orange and white.


Texas State redshirt senior Scott Grist tossed a complete game shutout on Friday night in a 5-0 victory over Baylor in Waco (Gerald Castillo).

College Baseball: Grist's gem seals Texas State's 5-0 victory over Baylor

By JOE VOZZELLI
Sports Editor

WACO — Scott Grist’s next start couldn’t have come soon enough.

After the redshirt senior turned in a clunker in his previous outing against Georgia Southern, Grist had to wait almost a full week for his next chance to toe the rubber. And when such an opportunity finally arrived, the Sugar Land native took full advantage of it.

High School Soccer: Lady Rattlers stay true to form in 1-0 playoff loss to Georgetown

By ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Daily Record Sports

AUSTIN — For 104 minutes, a weary, yet determined San Marcos squad fended off the Georgetown attacking forwards.

It was with six minutes remaining when the Eagles scored the game-winning goal after finally breaking through the Lady Rattler defense on their way to a 1-0 victory over San Marcos during the area finals at House Park last Thursday night.

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