Texas State won its regular season finale Friday night, sweeping UT Arlington, 3-0 (25-19, 25-14, 25-11) to claim the outright Sun Belt championship for the second year in a row.
Angelina Sotelo continues to be clutch in the fourth quarter.
I had a couple of things occur this week that reminded me of the number of people that have a very set routine, their daily actions are the same, and get a little upset if this routine is altered.
It wasn’t the way Texas State’s seniors wanted it to end.
They wanted to put on a show for their home crowd. They wanted to be one step closer to bowl eligibility. They wanted to win.
There’s a different vibe around San Marcos Academy this year.
Jake Spavital always tells his team to stack good days of practice together. Now, he’s telling them to stack wins together.
The pick-and-roll couldn’t be stopped.
Prairie View A&M concerned Danny Kaspar.
A historic performance from senior wide receiver Hutch White led to him becoming the first Texas State football player to receive a Sun Belt weekly honor this season.
Sophomore Emily DeWalt earned another Sun Belt Setter of the Week award, the conference announced on Monday, bringing her total for the season up to three.