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.