The Bobcats suffered a 70-56 loss at home to South Alabama on senior night. The Jaguars led the whole match against the Bobcats and did not let up.
Even though the Bobcats trailed the entire match, they were able to cut the game to single digits in the third quarter. However, the Jaguars offense proved to be too much.
Senior guards Raven Burns and Ayriel Anderson played their final games at Strahan Coliseum and they did not disappoint. Burns finished with 17 points and three rebounds.
Anderson matched her season high and finished the night with 19 points and three assists. She hit a team-high three 3-pointers while finishing 7-for-11 from the field. Anderson is now the second leading scorer in Texas State women’s basketball history.
Overall, the Bobcats ended their season with a record of 12-18 and 7-13 in conference play. They will head to Louisiana where they are the No. 7 seed and will play the No. 2 seed, Little Rock, in the first round of tournament play on Wednesday, March 9th.
By Miracle Robinson Assistant Sports Director In a must-win game, the Texas State men’s basketball team beat South Alabama 68-57 for the fourth consecutive time. The Bobcats were able to overcome their first halftime deficit this season, which boosted them to the Sun Belt Conference Tournament. The men will be headed to New Orleans, Louisiana with the women on Wednesday. Texas State found themselves trailing the majority of the match […]
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