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.
Texas State began its two-game road trip with a 65-61 win over Coastal Carolina on Thursday inside the HTC Center in Conway, S.C.
At the end of Wednesday’s practice, the Bobcats hung a white banner on the railing of the front row of baseline seats, reading “COMMUNICATION” in all capital letters.
Of the four goals San Marcos has allowed this season, all of them have come off set pieces.
Grace Latham always blocks shots and always rebounds. But she doesn’t always cut middle.
Standing outside the penalty box, freshman Ana Barragan sent a perfect shot toward goal. The free kick bent into goal to give San Marcos a 2-1 lead over Floresville.
It was cold and clear as we launched our boat. The day before was cold, wet and windy but we had caught fish. So low wind, no rain and sunny skies was a great improvement.
After beginning Sun Belt play with 56 points in two road victories, College Sports Madness honored Texas State senior guard Toshua Leavitt with its Mid-Major Player of the Week award.
Cat Osterman was named to the 2018 US Women’s National Team, USA Softball announced on Monday.
San Marcos began its 2019 season over the weekend, going 2-0-2 at the Waller Classic in Houston.
Toshua Leavitt already holds the record.
In one play, Texas State’s game against Georgia State changed, so did the complexion of its season.