The 2018 Texas Water Safari kicked off Saturday with competitors facing a challenging 260-mile course to the finish line in Seadrift
As a public service, public health stories are free to Central Texans during the coronavirus crisis. Please support our local journalists by subscribing today. Call 512-392-2458.
Josh Sneed (Left) and Ruston Lewellen (Right) stand together during Friday's check-in for the 56th annual Texas Water Safari.
Daily Record Photo by Gerald Castillo
You’ve seen the movie Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story? You know, the one where Vince Vaughn’s character Peter La Fleur leads an unathletic ragtag team — Average Joe’s — to
If you’d like to see a Power 5 comparison to Texas State just take a look at Rutgers. The Bobcats’ first opponent this season has been going down a similar
When a person gets older and converses with friends the topic occasionally gets around to the “good old days” when we were younger. That was the case earlier this week
CLEVELAND (AP) — The NBA offseason has arrived, which means nothing will happen for the next four months other than a draft, three summer leagues, free agency, the creation of
San Marcos split a pair of 7-on-7 games Wednesday night inside San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium. The Rattlers dropped their first game of the day, 25-19, to Canyon Lake. San
Texas State junior T’Mond Johnson and the men’s 4x100 meter relay team both finished 18th in their events at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore. Johnson,
AUSTIN (AP) — At Texas, the aura of Augie Garrido is everywhere. From late-inning pleas to the heavens to his jersey hanging in the dugout and the “Augie” sign on
Three Bobcats were picked in the MLB Draft on Wednesday. Senior shortstop Luke Sherley was the first Texas State player off the board. Sherley was selected in the 14th round