Texas State football fans may or may not remember these years of transition into bowl-level football. But this senior class of football players appearing at Bobcat Stadium for the last time Saturday is stamped by the transition, has fully lived it, will always be able to say it kept the train moving forward, and might, after all, be able to say even more.
The Texas State volleyball team could be on the golden path to the NCAA Tournament as they advance through the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. The Bobcats have advanced to Saturday’s championship against the last team into the league tournament.
The Texas State men’s basketball team has lined up against respectable competition, so the results have been respectable. But they’re still 0-4, and their 70-49 loss at Southern Methodist Thursday night was a dull pain, a groaning 20-point deficit for the entire second half.
The high school football season ended in Hays County Friday night, when the Hays Rebels lost their second-round playoff game to Leander Rouse, 35-10, in Round Rock.
The Texas State volleyball team will go to the Sun Belt Conference Tournament at Troy this week as the third seed after losing their final match of the regular season in five sets at Arkansas State.
Michelle Jones and Joseph Pena of the Texas State cross country team both reached lifetime bests in the NCAA regional in Waco last Friday. However, neither advanced to the national finals.
The San Marcos High School boys basketball team will try to get back on the winning track Tuesday night (7 p.m.), when Lake Travis makes a visit to the snake pit.
Arkansas State showed up with an extra gear in the second half Saturday and Texas State couldn’t match it.
The Texas State men’s basketball team couldn’t stop Oral Roberts (ORU) from doing just about whatever it wanted to do offensively Saturday.
The Texas State women’s basketball team took an early lead Saturday at Texas Christian, but the Bobcats couldn’t stay on top and lost, 63-50.