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Levi Wells prepares to deliver the pitch in Wells’ latest start for the Texas State Bobcats. In his first start since his injury, Wells threw six innings and allowed just two hits, no runs, and threw nine strikeouts in the Bobcats 5-1 win over the North Dakota State Bison to complete the sweep.
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Bobcats defeat North Dakota State for sweep

Texas State closed out a wild weekend of baseball as the Bobcats pulled off the three game sweep of the North Dakota State Bison with a 5-1 win one Sunday and a 19-18 win on Saturday.

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Junior pitcher Jessica Mullins takes the circle in the Bobcats latest home game. Mullins threw a complete game against Texas going nine innings allowing just four runs for her 11th win of the season.
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Bobcats beat top ranked Longhorns in historic win

The Bobcats finished the 2023 Bevo Classic with its second upset of the weekend against a top-10 program after defeating Texas 5-4 in extra innings. It would be an RBI triple from Piper Randolph that would seal the deal for the Bobcats in the top of the ninth inning.

Learning to be a better runner

Moe Johnson Running with Moe

Learning to be a better runner

Running is an activity that most people can participate in without a lot of instruction on how to run. It is not like a sport where lessons are needed to acquire enough skill to be successful enough to enjoy playing the game. Tennis, golf, pickle ball, and even bowling, benefit by getting some guidance in how to play the sport. Running is an activity that most people have tried from a young age on, through becoming an adult. Running is a fun and rewarding activity but it also has some learning steps to become a better and more efficient runner. Those seemingly small things that beginning runners may do can make a big difference with a minor change that can result in progress to run faster.

Rattlers' pitchers make the difference in four game tournament win streak

Rip Soto takes the mound for San Marcos in rivalry showdown against the Seguin Matadors. Soto threw a complete game shutout going seven innings and allowing just one hit.
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Rattlers' pitchers make the difference in four game tournament win streak

Albert Santos catches the pop-up in left field in the Rattlers game against old rival Seguin. San Marcos defeated the Matadors 5-0 at the Rattler Spring Break Classic
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Rattlers' pitchers make the difference in four game tournament win streak

The San Marcos Rattlers (7-7-2, 0-1) were able to get back to their winning ways Thursday for day one of the Rattler Baseball Tournament, sweeping their double-header between the Harker Heights Knights and the Norman Tigers.

Softball battles hard in two tough losses

Jocelyn Garcia catches the pop-up in left field near the warning track in the Rattlers game against Iowa Park. San Marcos lost a close to the Hawks in a 3-0 defeat.
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Softball battles hard in two tough losses

Adelaida Sierra takes the circle for San Marcos vs Iowa Park.
Daily Rercord photo by Gerald Castillo

Softball battles hard in two tough losses

San Marcos continued their trek through the Rattler Spring Break Classic as the Rattlers lost to the top ranked Iowa Park Hawks 3-0 and Nixon Smiley Mustangs 2-1.

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Emily Niers returns serves in the Bobcats most recent home game. Texas State kicks off conference play at home against James Madison on Friday and Old Dominion on Sunday
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Bobcat Tennis open up conference play at home against both James Madison and Old Dominion over the weekend

Texas State opens conference play at home Texas State opens conference play this weekend beginning with James Madison Friday, March 10 at 1 p.m. and No. 24 Old Dominion on Sunday, March 12 at 10 a.m. at the Bobcat Tennis Complex.

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Brooke Rodriguez comes up to bat for the San Marcos Rattlers in the opening game of the Rattler Spring Break Classic against Austin Bowie. San Marcos dropped their first game in a 6-2 loss
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San Marcos drops opener in Rattler Spring Break Classic

Following an emotional game against Schertz-Clemens, San Marcos was unable to keep up with former district bunkmate Austin Bowie as the Rattlers lost 6-2 in the opening game of the Rattler Spring Break Classic.

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