Texas State ended a two-game losing streak with a 79-67 win over South Alabama in the Sun Belt tournament quarterfinals on Friday inside Lakefront Arena in New Orleans.
As a public service, public health stories are free to Central Texans during the coronavirus crisis. Please support our local journalists by subscribing today. Call 512-392-2458.
Texas State has fully embraced the belief that the Sun Belt tournament begins a new season.
Twenty-two is Nijal Pearson’s why.
Texas State earned its first win inside Reckling Park in 17 years on Wednesday, defeating Rice 5-0.
Sophomore guard Avionne Alexander had the ball at the top of the key, defenders all around. She pulled up for a high-arching 3-pointer that caromed off the backboard and through the net.
The Rattlers were near perfect in the first inning of their game against Converse Judson inside the San Marcos baseball stadium on Tuesday.
San Marcos had three Lady Rattlers named to the 26-6A All-District teams, the school announced last week.
During Texas State’s 511-mile bus ride from San Marcos to New Orleans on Monday, head coach Zenarae Antoine blew her whistle a few times to get her players’ attention.
Devin Branch was a little shy at first.
Texas State junior guard Nijal Pearson and senior guard Tre Nottingham earned All-Sun Belt accolades, the conference announced on Monday.