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2017 Texas State Baseball Season in Review

By Reed Graff Sports Reporter Texas State Baseball finished the 2017 season in a great way, finishing the season in the Semi-Finals of the Sun-Belt Tournament. An overall record of 29-30, the team’s record isn’t a good indication of how the season went. The team had an explosive offensive that could pop off at any […]

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Texas State Baseball Delivers Opening Jab

By Reily Chestnut Sports Reporter With the need to pick up some confidence going into the Sun Belt tournament, Texas State struck up a huge win at home against the UT-Arlington Mavericks with the score at 7-6. Let’s set the situation going into the opening game in the final regular season series for the Bobcats. […]

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Texas State Gets Caged By Ragin’ Cajuns

By Reily Chestnut Sports Reporter Texas State continues to roll through Cajun country with their woes as they fall short to Louisiana-Lafayette by a score of 4-3 in the Sunday series finale. For Texas State, it just continues the trend of struggles in conference competition as the ‘cats have now dropped four straight Sun Belt […]

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Texas State Baseball Falls Short To South Alabama

By Parker Rhea Sports Reporter The Texas State Baseball team was handed their 21st loss Friday, April 28 by the South Alabama Jaguars who beat the Bobcats by a score of 8-3. The Jags were led by their ace Friday night starter, Randy Bell, who pitched a complete game against the Bobcats. Bell only gave […]

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Bobcats Fall Short to Longhorns

By Parker Rhea Sports Reporter Texas State Bobcats lost their second game to the University of Texas Longhorns this season by a score of 2-0 in Austin, Texas. That means the Longhorns win the season series with 2-1. That pushes the Bobcat’s overall record down to 22-16 on the season. Even though the Bobcats left […]

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Bobcats Can’t Replicate The Magic

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter The last time the Longhorns faced the Bobcats, Shortstop Luke Sherley played the role of  a heartbreaker. Tuesday night’s matchup didn’t have the same flair. The Longhorns jumped out to an early lead, scoring four first inning runs. That lead is what put a nail in the Bobcats coffin, with […]

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Texas State Out Slugs UT Rio Grande Valley

By Reily Chestnut Sports Reporter The Bobcats defeated the UTRGV Vaqueros 11-9 in the last game. The Bobcats played on a Wednesday night this season, and they were in a slugfest from the first inning all the way to the last. After Bobcats’ starter Brandon Lewis gave up a two-run single in the first inning, Lewis […]

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Texas State Baseball Sweeps Prairie View A&M

By Parker Rhea Sports Reporter Texas State Baseball defeated Prairie View A&M by a final score of 10 to 1 on Tuesday night. The Bobcats move to a record of 18-11 with the win. Cam Baird led the way for the Bobcats with eight great innings on the mound only allowing one run scored. Baird […]

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Bobcats Battle Back in Tough Loss

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter Coming off of a win yesterday, the Bobcats were not able to finish the series losing Saturday afternoon 8-7 and falling to the Arkansas St. Red Wolves two games to one. The loss on Saturday was heartbreaking; with the Bobcats pulling within one run after Travon Benton’s two run homerun […]

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Bobcat Baseball Falls Short

By Brenden Snow Sports Reporter The Texas State Bobcats hosted the Texas A&M Aggies on Tuesday night in front of the 2nd highest attendance in Ballpark history (2.952). The Bobcats could not come through for their fans though as they fall 9-3. Cam Baird had the starting nod from for the home team and looked […]

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Bobcats Take Double Header From Moutaineers

By Brenden Snow Sports Reporter Texas State was able to complete the series sweep by taking both games against Appalachian state on Saturday in the team’s double header. The Bobcats won the first game 7-4 and took the second game 2-0. Game one of the double header in Boone, North Carolina, featured Texas State sending […]

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Bobcats Walk Off Against Longhorns

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter The Texas Longhorns drove down I-35 to face off against the Texas State Bobcats. In what was a 10 inning roller coaster ride for the three thousand plus fans that came to Bobcat Ballpark, the Bobcats were able to pull out the 11-10 win. The Bobcats were able to battle […]

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Ortega Named on All-SBC Team

By Adam Byerly Sports Reporter Jonathan Ortega was named to the 2017 Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference Team on Thursday morning. The sophomore started all 59 games during his rookie season. He finished with a .286 (72-for-252) batting average while also compiling 14 doubles, three triples, four home runs, 35 RBI’s and 33 runs scored. The […]

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Bobcat Baseball Players Making Waves in Summer Leagues

By Russell Ramsey Sports Reporter Bobcat baseball players saw a strong week in their respective summer leagues, logging three game-ending hits. Mickey Scott brought in the final run of  the record 17-inning game with a sacrifice fly on Saturday. Scott’s Almonte Springs Boom beat the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs in the Florida Collegiate Summer League’s […]

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Five Bobcats Selected in 2016 MLB Draft

By Russell Ramsey Sports Reporter Five Bobcats were chosen in this years MLB draft, tying the school record for most selections in a draft. Pitchers Lucas Humpal, Jonathan Hennigan and Pasquale Mazzoccoli will join first baseman Tanner Hill and outfielder Granger Studdard in representing Texas State University at the professional level. Humpal started the draft strong […]

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Bobcats Lose to the Longhorns Tuesday Night

By Eddie Lerma Sports Reporter Bobcat baseball ended their five game road trip with a loss to the Texas Longhorns at Disch-Falk Field. The Texas Longhorns defeated the Bobcats with the final score of 6-2. In the third inning, freshman Ryan Newman hit a single that would score Jared Huber and Jacob Almendarez to tie […]

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