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Laurn Randell

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

Bobcats win baseball opener at UTSA

The Texas State baseball team tacked up one of its most heartening wins of the year Thursday, a 10-3 decision at Texas-San Antonio. The series moves to San Marcos for games Friday and Saturday to end the regular season and send both teams to the Southland Conference Tournament.

Thursday, May 8th, 2008

Bobcats lose five straight, nine of ten

Contending for a Southland Conference regular season title three weeks ago, the Texas State baseball team is struggling at this point to stay above .500 after its ninth loss in ten games.

Monday, May 5th, 2008

Bobcats baseball swept by SFA

Texas State appears to be falling out of the Southland Conference baseball race with eight losses in its last nine games. The Bobcats were swept over the weekend by Stephen F. Austin, the first time they were...

Thursday, May 1st, 2008

Texas throws baseball no-no at Texas State

Nothing leading up to Tuesday night's baseball game hinted that Texas would throw a no-hitter at Texas State. But after scoring 112 runs in 12 games, the Bobcats all stopped hitting at once.

Monday, April 28th, 2008

Bobcats avoid sweep with Sunday win

Zack Tritz pitched Texas State to an 8-1 win Sunday against Lamar as the Bobcats avoided a three-game sweep. However, Texas-San Antonio swept three from Sam Houston over the weekend, increasing its Southland Conference West lead over...

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

Baylor batters badly bash Bobcats

Texas State hitters continued their incredible pace Wednesday night, but even more incredible was the sad state of Bobcats pitching in a 25-13 baseball loss to Baylor at Bobcat Field.

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

Aggies out-bat Bobcats, 14-11

Texas State kept hitting Tuesday night, but Texas A&M hit even harder, beating the Bobcats, 14-11, in a Tuesday night baseball game in College Station.

Wednesday, April 9th, 2008

Bobcats struggle with state powers

Though the Texas State Bobcats are well positioned in the Southland Conference West Division, they have struggled this year against the state's baseball powers.

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