Sun Belt Media Day was in its second day as all 14 of the mens’ basketball programs took to the podium to discuss the upcoming season.
Basketball season is around the corner as the Sun Belt Conference hosted Basketball Media Days for the first time since the 2012-2013 season.
Frustration was the keyword this week for Jake Spavital and Texas State as they returned home from Troy following a 17-14 loss to the Trojans.
Texas State rallied scoring two goals in the final seven minutes to defeat the Troy Trojans in a thrilling 2-1 win for the Bobcats.
Texas State followed its second consecutive conference sweep of the season Friday with 3-1 win on Saturday, knocking off Southern Miss again inside Strahan Arena (25-18, 18-25, 25-16, 25-16).
The Sun Belt West Division lead was up grabs as Texas State traveled to Alabama to battle the Troy Trojans.
San Marcos dropped its game against No. 8 Cibolo Steele on Friday, 49-14. Above, senior running back Jaidyn Brown lowers his head on a run against the Knights. Below, San Marcos’ defense swarms to the football during Friday’s game at San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium. Daily Record photos by Gerald Castillo
It was going to be a tough challenge for the San Marcos Rattlers as they hosted No. 8 Cibolo Steele Knights.
Texas State began its two-game, weekend series against Southern Miss with a 3-0 sweep.
One of the nice things about running in races is after the race many runners get together and talk about the race and how they felt during the race. The runners that finish near the front and may
It was a history-making victory for the Bobcats as they came off the field last Saturday night after pulling off one of the biggest wins in Texas State FBS tenure against the Appalachian State, 36-