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Matt Staff

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Bobcats fall at home to Idaho

Texas State lost, 90-81, at home Saturday to Idaho in a men's basketball game. The Bobcats now are 9-20 overall.

Sunday, February 24th, 2013

Texas State men capture hoop win at Lamar

The Texas State men's basketball team improved to 8-19 Saturday in a 74-61 win at Lamar.

Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Bobcats fall behind, stay behind, lose to UTSA

Texas State fell behind, 46-20, at halftime of its game with Texas-San Antonio at Strahan Coliseum Saturday and went on to lose, 73-62.

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Bobcats fall, 86-72, to New Mexico State

Texas State lost its three-game men's basketball winning streak Thursday as New Mexico State shot 55.6 percent to defeat the Bobcats, 86-72, at Strahan Coliseum Thursday night.

Monday, January 7th, 2013

Bobcat men fall twice in WAC basketball

The Texas State men's basketball team is still looking for its first win in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) after losing two road games last week.

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

WAC not much upgrade as Bobcats seek first league win

While Texas State's move to the Western Athletic Conference clearly placed the Bobcats on a higher plain of competition in football, it's a different story in basketball.

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

Johnson scores 19 as Bobcats win second straight

The Texas State basketball team is on its second two-game winning streak of the season after an 82-70 win Tuesday night against Texas-Pan American at Strahan Coliseum. The 5-9 Bobcats open the Southland Conference season Saturday at...

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

National magazine picks Bobcats to win basketball division

The Texas State men's basketball team has received a nod from The Sporting News, which selected the Bobcats to win the West Division in the Southland Conference. The Sporting News also put Texas State forward Cameron Johnson...

Monday, May 3rd, 2010

Bobcats sign four in hoop recruiting class

Texas State men's basketball coach Doug Davalos said his recruiting class of four players is among the "most monumental" in school history.