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Sports reporter - Spring 2017

Bobcats drop series against Georgia State after 4-0 decision

The Texas State softball team lost the three-game home series against Georgia State, after dropping 4-0 in game three Saturday. The Bobcats went 1-2 in...

Corrina Liscano’s final swing

Corrina Liscano, senior third baseman, is spending her final collegiate moments staying positive and being a leader for the softball team. Liscano has loved softball...

Aggies take 9-3 win over Bobcats

The Texas State baseball team fell to the Texas A&M Aggies 9-3 Wednesday at Bobcat Ballpark. The beginning of the game looked promising for the...

Bobcats end season after 49-44 loss

The Texas State men’s basketball team finished their 2016-17 season after dropping to Saint Peter’s 49-44 Saturday at the Strahan Coliseum. The Bobcats ended their...

Bobcats come back at halftime to beat the Vandals 64-55

The Texas State men’s basketball team showed their Bobcat fight after beating the Idaho Vandals 64-55 Wednesday at Strahan Coliseum to advance to round...

Bobcats finish in 11th place tie at Lone Star Invitational

The Texas State University men’s golf team wrapped up the Lone Star Invitational at the Briggs Ranch Golf Course on Tuesday. The Bobcats finished...

Bobcats pull an upset over UTA and head to the Sun...

The Texas State men’s basketball team upset the No. 1 seed UT Arlington 83-62 Saturday afternoon and will move on to play in the...

Bobcats advance to semifinal round

The Texas State men’s basketball team rolled right past The University of Louisiana – Monroe Warhawks in a 63-51 decision Friday afternoon at the...

Nijal Pearson redefines what it means to be a freshman athlete

Usually, freshmen tend to redshirt or rarely get playing time during games. Nijal Pearson, freshman guard, was quite different. Before his first scrimmage, Pearson was...

Nijal Pearson redefines freshman athlete

Usually, freshmen tend to redshirt or rarely get playing time during games. Nijal Pearson, freshman guard, was quite different. Before his first scrimmage, Pearson was...