San Marcos wasn’t ready.
Sophomore Izabella Olivo was chatting with her teammates on the sideline of the San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium during the second half of San Marcos’ game with South San Antonio on Friday.
Earlier in the day, before Texas State’s game against Coastal Carolina, the Bobcats were getting some extra work in with their position groups.
At the end of Wednesday’s practice, the Bobcats hung a white banner on the railing of the front row of baseline seats, reading “COMMUNICATION” in all capital letters.
Grace Latham always blocks shots and always rebounds. But she doesn’t always cut middle.
After beginning Sun Belt play with 56 points in two road victories, College Sports Madness honored Texas State senior guard Toshua Leavitt with its Mid-Major Player of the Week award.
San Marcos began its 2019 season over the weekend, going 2-0-2 at the Waller Classic in Houston.
Toshua Leavitt already holds the record.
CIBOLO — Execution is everything for the Rattlers.
Zandra Emanuel needed just 53 seconds to seal Texas State’s 64-52 victory over Georgia Southern..
As San Marcos’ boys and girls basketball teams concluded their tournaments over the weekend and entered into the new year, it signaled an important point of the season.
It’s hard to say who had the best night for the Bobcats.
The San Marcos boys and girls basketball teams took part in their final non-district competition over the weekend in two varsity tournaments.
Have you ever tried to stop a bus in motion?
A transfer from South Plains College in Levelland, Leslie Romero dominated the Sun Belt and made Bobcat history in her first semester at Texas State.
Karen Chisum has been at the wheel of the Texas State Volleyball program for 39 years. That’s 39 different teams, 39 different rosters, 39 different schedules, and 39 different ends to the season.
Texas State was one of just 11 Division I women’s programs to receive a United Soccer Coaches Team Ethics and Sportsmanship laurel, the team announced last week.
San Marcos lives and dies by the three.
Kevin Garnett had four technical fouls his rookie season in the NBA. Jayla Johnson only had one as a freshman.
It took nearly an hour for Grace Latham to get the ball.