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Texas State Women’s Basketball Bullies UL-Monroe

By Reily Chestnut Assistant Sports Director In another all-too-familiar style, Texas State Women’s basketball threw down the gauntlet back home with an 86-52 win over the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks (ULM). From the start the Bobcats were off to the races, but not without checking off one huge milestone along the way (right off the […]

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Texas State Scores Season Low, Loses at Little Rock

By Brenden Snow Sports Reporter Riding a three game win streak, the Texas State women’s basketball team ran into a brick wall in Sun-Belt juggernaut, Little Rock. The Bobcats scored the fewest points against the Trojans they have all season long, as they suffered a 63-48 loss. The Bobcats fall to 11-6 on the season […]

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Bobcats Beat the Red Wolves

By Reed Graff Sports Reporter The 10-7 Bobcats traveled to Jonesboro, Arkansas to take on the 6-11 Arkansas State Red Wolves on Thursday night. The Bobcats came into the game looking to extend their three game winning streak against the struggling Red Wolves. Regular starting point guard Marlin Davis was not available for this game […]

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TXST WBB Triumphs in Jonesboro

By Reily Chestnut Assistant Sports Director Oh, how sweet it is! Texas State starts their two-game trip in Arkansas with a 67-55 dub over Sun Belt conference lightweight Arkansas State. But from the way this game started, who would have thought the switch would turn so easily for the Bobcats? The game got off to […]

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The Revolution of Toshua Leavitt

By Andrew Zimmel Assistant Director to the Common Man If you are new to Texas State, have a seat and listen closely. Forget what you know about Women’s Basketball. Every joke, every “it’s not as exciting as the men’s game,” every “but they don’t dunk,” get rid of it. The revolution is here and it […]

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Why We Should Be Worried(ish)

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter Pessimist and Worry-Wart I am usually the first person to leave during a fire alarm. There is nothing wrong with me, I just run faster than the rest of the people out of the building. Whether it is a drill or the real deal I am the first person out. […]

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Texas State Destroys Their Old Southland Rivals

By Parker Rhea Sports Director Bobcats move a game over 500 for the first time this season after knocking off the Texas A&M Islanders with a score of 66 to 53. The Cats played their best game of season so far holding the Islanders to only 16 first half points.It was a one man show […]

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Cougars Prey on the Bobcats

By Parker Rhea Sports Director Texas State falls to a much improved Houston team by a score of 72 to 67. The Cougars star player Jasmyne Harris had a double double scoring 32 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. The leading score getter for the Bobcats was Taeler Deer netting 18 points, and played a total […]

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Texas State Outlasts Lamar and Advances in the CIT

By Kyle Spencer Sports Director The Bobcats are headed to the second round of the College Insider Tournament after a 70-60 win over Lamar at Strahan Coliseum. Nerves seemed to play a factor in the early minutes of this matchup. Both teams tried to feel each other out leading to a tie at eight with […]

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Bobcats Walk Away with Awards

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter The Texas State Bobcats were able to finish Sun Belt Conference play with a 11-7 record and a top four seed in SBC tournament; but to add some frosting to the cake, Senior Kavin Gilder-Tilbury walked away with First-Team SBC honors. Gilder-Tilbury is the first Bobcat to receive such honor […]

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Sun Belt Conference Matchups Set For Bobcats

By James Jordan II Sports Reporter The Texas State basketball team’s Sun Belt Conference tournament matchups have been announced for this upcoming weekend. The men’s and women’s team both finished the regular season with a 11-7 record in the Sun Belt Conference with the men finishing with an overall record 18-12 and the women’s team […]

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KGT is Named Sun Belt POTW

By James Jordan II Sports Reporter After back-to-back stellar performances this weekend against Troy and South Alabama, Kavin Gilder-Tilbury is named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week. Gilder-Tilbury help lead the Bobcats to a 63-59 victory against Troy on Saturday with his 17 points and three rebounds in the game. However, Gilder-Tilbury biggest performance of […]

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Bobcats Take the Win on Senior Night

By Brenden Snow Sports Reporter A very special Monday night game for the Texas State Bobcats vs the South Alabama Jaguars as it was Senior Night for the Maroon and Gold. A high emotional game for the whole team and especially for the team’s 4 seniors, Bobby Conley, Ojai Black, Maljhum Mcrea and Kavin Gilder-Tilbury. […]

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A Sit Down With Texas State Women’s Basketball Coach

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter   This week, I caught up with Head Women’s Basketball Coach Zenarae Antoine. After starting Sun Belt Conference play 6-4, the Bobcats have been able to string together arguably their best stretch of the season. After a 22 point loss to the University of Texas at Arlington in early January, […]

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Kavin Gilder-Tilbury Displays His Clutch Gene In Big Games

James Jordan II Sports Reporter The Texas State Bobcats men’s basketball team are coming off two huge Sun Belt Conference wins within a three-day span thanks to the clutch shooting of senior Kavin Gilder-Tilbury. Saturday night, the Bobcats faced Little Rock in a Sun Belt Conference match-up with a chance to gain some ground on […]

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Texas State Gives Little Rock First Conference Loss

By Adam Byerly Sports Reporter Texas State held the Trojan Little Rock to less than 50 points and shot 60 percent to give Little Rock their first conference loss of the season by a 64-47 score Saturday afternoon at Strahan Coliseum. Texas State, winners of seven of its last eight, improved 13-10 on the season […]

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Bobcats Dominate at Home

By Kyle Spencer Sports Director Texas State picked up their 7th conference win at home against Arkansas State 63-43, Thursday afternoon. Deer ended with 19 points on 8-15 shooting and dished out five assists as well. Deer was also a force defensively recording four steals in the win.  Erin Peoples came alive in the 2nd […]

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Taeler Deer: Cool, Calm, and Collected

By Chandler Watson Sports Reporter  Tuesday is just another day for us college students, but it’s an entirely different realm for the student athletes of Texas State University. Starting junior guard Taeler Deer explains what it’s like being in the elite club. Being a student athlete is the equivalent of having a full time job […]

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