Texas State’s hopes of claiming its first outright Sun Belt championship came crashing down Saturday night.
On Thursday, head coach Zenarae Antoine called South Alabama sophomore center Antoinette Lewis “an inside presence that no one else has in this conference.”
Everything was new to the Bobcats.
Jaylen Shead gave up on basketball twice.
The 23 months Shead spent away from the game he loved were gruesome.
Racing to the playoffs can be daunting. But on Friday night, the Rattlers were the ones bringing the pressure.
Texas State began its run in the Shriners College Classic at Minute Maid Park in Houston with two wins.
San Marcos split a doubleheader against Angleton on Friday.
The Rattlers won game one, 8-6. But the Wildcats took the second matchup 17-4 in a five-run run-rule contest.
NEW BRAUNFELS — It’s a cold, drizzly Monday night at the HEB Soccer Complex in New Braunfels.
Texas State begins the Jake Spavital era with a home heavy first half of the 2019 season and closes the season with two road games.
Texas State maintained its one-game lead in the Sun Belt with a 58-44 win over Troy on Thursday.
San Marcos just isn’t clicking yet.
San Marcos beat Converse Judson 8-3 in its first matchup with the Lady Rockets on Jan. 29. But the Lady Rattlers knew they could do better.
Troy was too comfortable.
Wednesday was not a good night for the Bobcats.
Danny Kaspar’s never experienced anything like this.
At least not in his 28 years as a head coach and especially not during his five-year tenure at Texas State
After a brief slide, Texas State has found its footing.
On almost every trip up the Guadalupe River above Canyon Lake this year I have see large flocks of Rio Grande turkeys. In early February the toms weren’t gobbling.
Mathiaz Rocha became Texas State football’s newest player on Tuesday.
San Marcos began its second round of District 26-6A play with a 4-1 win over East Central on Friday.