NEW ORLEANS — The Texas State volleyball team was picked first in the 2018 Sun Belt Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll, the league announced Monday morning.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series honoring former Unicorns who achieved Hall of Fame status in 2018. Saturday’s edition featured Kliff Kingsbury.
Let’s dispense with the pleasantries: it’s been far too long a wait for the start of the 2017 college football season. I say in all seriousness I was having some withdrawal symptoms, namely sporadic Heisman poses and involuntary arm motions simulating a forward pass. It’s rather embarrassing…
Wednesday afternoon, Texas State hired their next head football coach — Everett Withers — who has spent his last two seasons leading James Madison to the FCS Playoffs.
The UIL website has all Canyon Cougarette supporters an abundance of information to make their trip to Garland for the State Volleyball Tournament Friday and Saturday a success.
It would seem that the two-steps-forward, one-step-back dance continues for Texas State football. Just 10 years ago, Bobcat football relevance outside of San Marcos was only a vision. In 2015, Texas State is starting to put a dent into their lack of popularity among outsiders.
Texas State baseball coach Ty Harrington will take a temporary leave of absence from the team because of health reasons and his ongoing bout with rectal cancer. He plans to return when healthy, and there is no definite timetable at this point. Harrington was diagnosed in August 2014.
The Bobcats have taken a step forward in every FBS season. From 4-8 in 2012, to 6-6 and bowl eligibility in 2013 and then 7-5 in 2014, barely missing out on their first bowl game, Texas State took their next step forward with the signing of 25 athletes to the program, including former Cibolo…
The Texas State Athletics Department announced Wednesday that the Bobcats have completed their 2016 nonconference football schedule, which includes teams from the Southeastern Conference, American Conference and Mid-American Conference.
The Bobcats’ (7-5, Sun Belt) hopes of making their first bowl game in school history took another hit Saturday afternoon when Oklahoma State became bowl eligible with a 38-35 overtime victory over rival Oklahoma.
Donna Lassiter Boehle was recently inducted into Texas State’s “T” Association Hall of Honor. The former Canyon volleyball-basketball coach was well deserving of the honor. Boehle was in a league of her own.
After two losses by a combined seven points, dropping Texas State football to 5-5, the Bobcats made a statement by punishing Arkansas State — the conference’s champion for the last three years — 45-27 Thursday night at Bobcat Stadium.
Canyon girls’ basketball made it to the Silver Bracket Championship Saturday in Corpus Christi, but fell to new district foe Schertz Clemens 66-33 in the final. The loss came after a hard-fought 43-38 triumph over Corpus Christi Ray.
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