Senior guard Toshua Leavitt scored 31 points and poked away a career-high five steals in Saturday’s 85-62 victory in Jonesboro, Ark.
Nijal Pearson made his ‘never-know’ shot on Saturday.
San Marcos stormed back from an early, first quarter deficit to take a halftime lead.
NEW BRAUNFELS — San Marcos grinds on defense. New Braunfels Canyon does, too.
This weekend is a prime example of extreme Texas weather. On Friday the temperature was hanging around 75 degrees. Then on Sunday morning it was struggling to reach 25 degrees.
Texas State knew what it was up against.
The defense has to talk.
Texas State’s new pregame shirts stood out.
A handful of Bobcats donned black shirts with the word ‘Takers' emblazoned on them in big white print.
Sitting at the postgame press conference following Texas State’s conference-opening 73-70 win over Georgia Southern, senior forward Alex Peacock proclaimed that he’s “tired of winning like that.”
San Marcos broke the press.
San Marcos earned its first district win Tuesday night, defeating Smithson Valley in Spring Branch, 45-42.
Head coach Jason Carnley called it “unlucky.”
Texas State knew how important the rebounding battle was.
Jason Carnley knows District 26-6A competition will be no joke.
Third quarters have been San Marcos' achilles heel during district play. And unfortunately for the Rattlers that trend continued on Friday against New Braunfels.
This past few weeks it seems that many of the conversations on fitness and injury recovery have been more frequent.
Texas State survived a back-and-forth thriller against Appalachian State on Saturday inside the Holmes Convocation Center in Boone, N.C.
San Marcos wasn’t ready.
Sophomore Izabella Olivo was chatting with her teammates on the sideline of the San Marcos Toyota Rattler Stadium during the second half of San Marcos’ game with South San Antonio on Friday.
Earlier in the day, before Texas State’s game against Coastal Carolina, the Bobcats were getting some extra work in with their position groups.