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College Football: Nightmare first quarter dooms Bobcats against New Mexico State

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

LAS CRUCES, NM – Texas State (2-8, 0-6 in the Sun Belt) has enough trouble this season, even when things are going well. Saturday, its offense hit a new low during the team’s 50-10 loss to New Mexico State (3-7, 2-4 in the Sun Belt).

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College Women's Basketball: Leavitt leads Bobcats past Islanders

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Sophomore guard Toshua Leavitt desperately wanted to shoot three pointers during Texas State’s 57-50 win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Friday. 

So, Leavitt sank four three-pointers, but none more important than her fourth, which gave the Bobcats a 53-50 lead late in fourth quarter. 

“I was feeling it so I shot it and it went in,” Leavitt said. “So, that’s good. But it was mainly the team, they just kept telling me ‘Toshua, you’re fine.’”

Texas State Football: Team buses in accident near New Mexico

One of Texas State's team buses rear-ended another on the way from El Paso to Las Cruces, NM for Saturday's game against New Mexico State. This was first reported by Keff Ciardello of the Austin-American Statesman and later confirmed by the Daily Record. The accident happened along Interstate 10 just before the New Mexico state border and no players or coaches suffered major injuries. Kickoff was originally scheduled for 3 p.m. CST.

High School Boy's Basketball: Rattlers feeling confident after quick start to season

NICK CASTILLO
Daily Record Sports

Two games don’t make a season but for San Marcos winning its first two games this season is a confidence booster. 

The Rattlers began the season with a 68-52 win over Lehman on Nov. 12 and followed that with a 77-70 win over East Central on Tuesday.

College Volleyball: Bobcats begin Sun Belt tournament run

ISHMAEL JOHNSON
Sports Editor

Texas State's trophy case has been aching for some additional company to its 2013 title.

Today at noon, the Bobcats open the Sun Belt Tournament as the No. 3 seed against No. 6 seeded South Alabama (16-13, 7-9 in the Sun Belt) in the quarterfinals in hopes of nabbing its first conference title since the team's first season in the Sun Belt in 2013. Since entering the conference, head coach Karen Chisum has yet to miss the tournament. In fact, last season was the first in which she didn't make the final.

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