Texas State’s season came to an end on Wednesday when the No. 6 Bobcats fell to No. 3 Arkansas State in the first round of the Sun Belt tournament on penalty kicks, 0-0 (4-1).
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Last Sunday there were two programs on television that I enjoyed watching. The first was the New York City Marathon and the second was the Formula 1 races at the Circuit of Americas in Austin.
It’s the last ride for two of San Marcos’ premier playmakers.
Mason Green took to the court in San Marcos again, but this time in a different uniform.
Stopping the run is key.
The Bobcats are happy to be back home.
The Bobcats’ transition went perfectly.
Jaeda Reed was almost unrecognizable.
No. 6 seed Texas State (9-7-2, 5-4-1 Sun Belt) might be the underdog, but the team is happy to see No. 3 seed Arkansas State (9-5-3, 5-2-3) again.
The Bobcats had to replace nearly half of their team.