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Bobcats Snatch the Eagles Right out of the Sky

By Parker Rhea Sports Director Texas State outlasts the Eagles of Georgia Southern 1-0 to win their Sun Belt Conference home opener. The only goal of the night came off of the foot of Sydney Kammer who netted her second goal of the season in the eighth minute of the match. Alyssa Phelan assisted on […]

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Bobcats Lose Close One at Home

By Parker Rhea Sports Director The Texas State Bobcats lost a close one at home, Thursday night falling to the University of Texas A&M Corpus Christi 2 to 1. The Bobcats came into the game after a tie earlier in the week to Louisiana Tech 1-1. In the first half, the Islanders came out firing […]

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The Lumberjacks Chop Down The Bobcats

By Parker Rhea Sports Director In a very physical matchup with Northern Arizona the Bobcats fell short by a score of 2-0. As Coach Conner mentioned on Bobcat Radio the team did not know what to expect when going against the Lumberjacks. Northern Arizona was the bigger and more physical team all night. It showed […]

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Texas State Women’s Soccer Adds More Weapons

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter After a season where the Bobcats played well enough to demand attention from the Sun Belt Conference but not well enough to sneak into the SBC Tournament at the end of the season, Head Coach Kat Conner has some more pieces to add to the puzzle. After the first day of […]

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Texas State Soccer Finishes 9th in Sun Belt Conference

By Morgan Jenkins Sports Reporter The Texas State women’s soccer team finished the fall season 6-9-3 and 3-5-2 in conference play, placing ninth in the Sun Belt Conference. The girls played their last game at Texas State on Sunday at Bobcat Stadium against the University of Louisiana-Monroe. The Bobcats drew a tie with the Warhawks […]

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Bobcats Score On and Off the Soccer Field

By Parker Rhea Sports Reporter The Texas State soccer team was recognized as a whole for their great performance in the classroom. They received the NSCAA (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) Team Academic Award for receiving an average team GPA of at least 3.0. The Bobcats are not alone when it comes to academic […]

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Bobcats Win Second Straight Conference Game

By Kyle Spencer Sports Director Texas State soccer is now 2-0 in conference play with 3-1 victory over Georgia State. Coming off of an emotional overtime victory over Little Rock, the Bobcats were faced with a quick turnaround on Sunday afternoon with the Panthers coming to town. Georgia State struck quickly in the first period, […]

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Texas State Soccer Fight Thier Way to Sun Belt Conference Play

By Andrew Zimmel Sports Reporter It’s only September and Texas State Soccer is already making strides to another stellar season. Led by Captions Senior Lauren Prater and Maddie Nichols, the Bobcats are fighting their way to Sun Belt Conference play that starts next week with the Little Rock Trojans. So far this season, the team […]

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Bobcats End Soccer Game in a Tie

By Parker Rhea Sports Reporter A very physical Sunday afternoon Soccer game was played in San Marcos today. The result was a 0-0 draw, but the game was far from boring. It was my first collegiate soccer game to watch, and if I didn’t know any better I’d say it was an American Football game. […]

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Bobcats Prepare to Take on 2016 Soccer Season

By Russell Ramsey Sports Reporter Coach Kat Conner and the Bobcats are back in action and looking to make another playoff run in 2016. The Bobcats performed well last season with a 12-6-0 overall and 6-3 conference record. The season ended after a 2-1 loss to Georgia State. The Bobcats are beginning their 18th year […]

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Coach Conner Delights In 2015 Soccer Season

By Adam Byerly Sports Reporter The 2015 Texas State soccer team exceeded expectations by finishing third in the Sun Belt Conference with a 12-6 record. The 2015 season marked a better finish than their 11-7-2 record in 2014. All of this happened after Coach Kat Conner was diagnosed with cancer and went on leave to recover. Coach […]

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