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Bobcat Radio: Bouncing from the Hardwood to the Diamond

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    Bobcat Radio: Bouncing from the Hardwood to the Diamond

By Jacob Staires
Sports Reporter

Bobcat Radio is a 30-minute specialty show discussing everything Texas State and San Marcos sports. Three staff members jump on the mics three times a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. and discuss sports. A guest joins each episode, namely a coach, player or figure close to the athletic programs at Texas State and San Marcos High School.  

In this episode, co-host Remle Herzberg discusses Texas State women’s basketball and the rest of their season. Before the break, co-host Gage Sutton breaks down Texas State men’s basketball and their race to the top of the Sun Belt Conference. 

After the break, director of basketball operations Alex Hausladen joins the show to talk about their recent run of 3 straight games. Hausladen also discusses expectations for the team heading into the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.

Towards the end of the show, The BCR crew breaks down the softball team’s opening homestand. Also, we breakdown the beginning of the season for the Texas State baseball team. 

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