San Marcos isn’t done yet.
Five minutes into the first half, Jamie Brown was double teamed outside the box.
A slow start doomed Texas State’s chances on Saturday night, as the Bobcats fell to Louisiana, 42-27, inside Bobcat Stadium.
Keep the good, throw out the bad, find something better.
That’s been the mantra for San Marcos this bye week, as the team used its time off to prepare for the rest of the year.
The Rattlers will get a running start into their district meet.
San Marcos doesn’t take a week off. Even when there’s no one to play.
During the first set, Julia Antu faked the pass.
The Bobcats’ rollicking offense has hit a new level, turbo-charged during their eight-match win streak.
Karen Chisum’s game plans are airtight.
Texas State has gone 5-1-1 since a three-game skid to McNeese, LSU and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
San Marcos had them pinned.
On Friday afternoon, Texas State rolled the balls back out.
The Rattlers haven’t been their best lately.
Eric Young doesn’t take Player of the Week lightly.
Following a career-high-tying, 10-save outing against South Alabama, junior goalkeeper Heather Martin was named the Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Tuesday.
Heather Martin is a brick wall.
SAN ANTONIO — Texas State lost to UTSA for the third straight year on Saturday night, falling 25-23 at the Alamodome.
SAN ANTONIO — San Marcos had reason to be confident.
After surrendering a season-high 44 digging errors on Tuesday in a 3-1 road loss to Schertz Clemens on Tuesday, the Lady Rattlers continued to struggle defensively.
Head coach Mark Soto has run the same practice the Wednesday before district play starts for the past seven years.