Texas State had two opportunities to end the game in a closely-contested penalty shootout against Little Rock in the Sun Belt tournament championship match on Sunday.
The Lady Rams walked out of the locker room at New Braunfels Christian Academy head high and misty-eyed.
Texas State edged out Little Rock on the road on Saturday, defeating the Trojans, 3-2 (25-23, 11-25, 25-19, 18-25, 15-7).
Texas State wanted to begin the month of November off right, and the Bobcats answered the call with a 40-31 win over Georgia State on Saturday.
This is the time of year when self-discipline, challenges to good habits, and exercise are faced with some serious choices.
The Bobcats finally cooled off.
Texas State survived a nail biter Friday against South Alabama to advance to its first-ever Sun Belt Championship match.
Smithson Valley’s offense didn’t score a single point in the first quarter.
With two games left on the schedule, head coach Mark Soto still has a big task left on his to-do list.
“We want to make this season memorable,” Soto said.
November presents a tough task for Texas State
Willie Jones III knew he had a free play.
The Bobcats had to shake off the rust.
Grace Stewart pointed up to the balcony that looks down on the Hill Country Christian gym.
We had seen pictures of the Hudson River Valley in full orange, yellow and red foliage in October. Now on Amtrak from New York City, all the trees were still green.
Following its Sun Belt regular-season championship, the Bobcats earned multiple postseason awards, the conference announced Tuesday.
Texas State won Saturday’s game against New Mexico State because the Bobcats made plays that they haven’t made during head coach Everett Withers’ tenure.
The Bobcats went out with a bang.
Emily DeWalt has another reason to celebrate.
The Bobcats have been chasing rings all season.
With the ball floating into the endzone, Texas State's JaShon Waddy broke up New Mexico State’s last gasp on 4th and 5 late in Saturday’s game.