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Partnering with MOVE Texas and Texas Rising to host a drive-in voter registration event, Texas State Athletics helped register 676 people to vote by the deadline, making it one of the largest drive-in voter registration events in Texas this year, according to MOVE Texas.

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Texas State Athletics announced June 17 five football players tested positive for COVID-19. The players are believed to have contracted the virus outside of football activities. The five are in self-isolation for 14 days with their care managed by university health professionals, athletic tr…

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Graduate assistant for Texas State women’s basketball Jericka Jenkins has been promoted to assistant coach, Head Coach Zenarae Antonie announced June 9. As a graduate assistant for two years and video coordinator, Jenkin’s prior role on the team was to manage and execute all video projects, …

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Editor’s Note: From May 25-29 and May 31-June 5, The University Star’s sports staff will break down its Top 10 moments in Texas State sports from this past school year. A move that disappointed many sports fans, the Sun Belt announced March 16 all spring sports and practices would be cancele…

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One of the few sports to get some closure just before the coronavirus pandemic was Texas State women’s basketball, wrapping up their season 50-74 to No. 3 UT Arlington in the first round of the Sun Belt Tournament Tuesday, March 10. The Bobcats finished the season 13-17 overall and had a 6-1…

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Sports Editor Claire Partain, Assistant Sports Editor Colton McWilliams and sports reporter Cade Andrews have a roundtable discussion about men’s basketball’s triple-overtime thriller against UTA, women’s basketball’s weekend sweep, softball heading into Sun Belt play and baseball’s victorie…

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The Texas State women’s basketball team (13-15, 6-11 Sun Belt) defeated Louisiana-Monroe (3-25, 1-16) 59-53 Thursday night at the Fant-Ewing Coliseum. Senior guards Brooke and Bailey Holle each had stellar nights, with Brooke surpassing 1,000 career points, becoming the 19th player in progra…

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For their final game at Strahan Arena, senior twins Brooke and Bailey Holle led the team to one last win with a 67-62 victory over Georgia State on Saturday. In addition to the Senior Night celebration, the Bobcats brought in their second weekend sweep and kept their Sun Belt Conference Tour…

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Behind a packed stadium, the Texas State women’s basketball team (11-15, 4-11) defeated Georgia Southern (9-18, 6-10) 72-68 Thursday morning for the annual Kids’ Game at Strahan Arena. Kids from all over the San Marcos Independent School District arrived for the game, putting the attendance …

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The Texas State women’s basketball team’s two game winning streak came to an end as the Bobcats fell to the University of Texas- Arlington Mavericks on the road on Saturday. The 69-49 loss put the Bobcats 3-11 in conference and 10-15 overall as they fight for enough wins to reach the Sun Bel…

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Sports Editor Claire Partain and assistant sports editor Colton McWillams return to talk about Texas State’s baseball success vs. Stony Brook, softball’s tournament success and more. Cade Andrews stops by to talk basketball. ‘Cats Got Our Tongues is a weekly sports podcast recorded at The Un…

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Texas State women’s basketball took home their first weekend sweep of the season in their road trip to Arkansas, beating Arkansas State with an 83-69 win on Saturday. The win over the Red Wolves more than doubled their conference win record, putting the Bobcats at 3-10 in the Sun Belt and 10…

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For the the first time in program history, the Texas State women’s basketball team defeated Little Rock on the road Thursday afternoon. The 50-47 win over the Trojans snapped a two-game losing streak and put the Bobcats at 2-10 in conference and 9-14 overall. Despite losing in turnovers, blo…

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Sports Editor Claire Partain and assistant sports editor Colton McWilliams return to discuss Texas State softball recent tournament in Florida, the return of Texas State baseball and more. Cade Andrews joins the crew for an update on men’s and women’s basketball. Hosted by Claire Partain and…

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A week after their first conference win, the Texas State women’s basketball team (8-14, 1-10) went 0-2 on the weekend with losses to Coastal Carolina (19-3, 9-2) and Appalachian State (7-15, 4-7). Despite going into the half with a two-point lead, the Bobcats were outscored by the Mountainee…

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Sports Editor Claire Partain, assistant sports editor Colton McWilliams and reporter Cade Andrews return to discuss the latest developments in Texas State athletics. The crew discusses basketball’s Nijal Pearson’s recent struggles, women’s basketball ending their eight-game losing streak, fo…

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The Bobcats snapped an eight-game losing streak and picked up their first conference win of the season for their annual Pink Game with a 72-55 home victory over the University of Texas at Arlington on Saturday. The win brings the team 8-12 in the season and 1-8 in conference play. The Bobcat…

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Thousands of basketball programs across the country were in the middle of their seasons as news of NBA giant Kobe Bryant’s untimely death broke nationwide, causing many athletes to pay homage to the icon who impacted the game. The Texas State women’s basketball team reflected on the “Mamba M…

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Sports Editor Claire Partain and Assistant Sports Editor Colton McWilliams return to discuss Texas State football’s offseason recruiting, coaching changes, softball’s matchup vs the U.S. Olympic team more. Reporter Cade Andrews stops by to talk men’s and women’s basketball. Hosted by Claire …

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In a heartbreaking finish that has become formulaic for women’s basketball this season, Texas State went 0-2 on the weekend in their Alabama road trip. The Bobcats fell to Troy 84-50 Thursday night and went to double overtime with South Alabama on Saturday before the 78-76 loss. Texas State …

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There was no way the #TXST Sports Prez Andrew Zimmel was going to leave Bobcat fans hanging this weekend! He’s back to give you hot takes for and reminders about the events happening across TXST athletics. Hosted by Andrew Zimmel Filmed by Kate Connors Edited by Kate Connors From the Prez in…

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The Texas State women’s basketball team (7-11, 0-7), fell to Troy 84-50 (15-3, 6-1 Sun Belt) Thursday night at Trojan Arena, dropping to a seven-game losing streak. Texas State led 17-13 after the first quarter but gave up over 20 points in both the second and third quarters. Troy outscored …

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After leading by as many as 18 points in the third period, Texas State women’s basketball fell just short of their first conference win in a 73-67 loss to the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns on Saturday afternoon at Strahan Arena. The Bobcats were just six points away from slashing their five-game l…

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After leading by as many as 18 points in the third period, Texas State women’s basketball fell just short of their first conference win in a 73-67 loss to the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns on Saturday afternoon at Strahan Arena. The Bobcats were just six points away from slashing their five-game l…

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After leading by as many as nine points in the first half, Texas State women’s basketball was unable to hold their five-point lead in the final minutes of play and suffered their fifth-straight conference loss to the University of Louisiana-Monroe on Thursday at Strahan Arena. With the 58-55…

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The Texas State women’s basketball team’s six-game home win streak was cut short as they fell 78-66 to Little Rock on Thursday afternoon at Strahan Arena. (7-5, 0-1 Sun Belt) lost their first home game of the season as they fell to Little Rock (3-9, 1-0 Sun Belt) 78-66 Thursday afternoon at …

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Texas State women’s basketball rang in the New Year and the beginning of Sun Belt play with a final nonconference win over Alcorn State at home on Monday. The ‘Cats maintained their undefeated streak at home and are now 6-0 at Strahan Arena and 7-4 on the season as they head into the Sun Belt….

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In their first-ever visit to New Hampshire, Texas State women’s basketball secured their fourth consecutive win after defeating Dartmouth 61-51 Sunday afternoon at Leede Arena. The victory was the Bobcats’ first road win and pushed the team’s overall record to 6-2. Texas State held Dartmouth…

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Texas State women’s basketball gave up some of their break to split the week, falling short of an upset against Big 12 opponent Kansas on Sunday before toppling New Orleans 51-49 on Wednesday night. In a game that came down to the wire, the team defeated the New Orleans Privateers 51-49 on W…

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Sports Prez Andrew Zimmel is here to give you reminders about all of the things he’s thankful for…including all of the events happening across #TXST athletics this weekend and early next week.  

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In their second home game of the season, the Texas State women’s basketball team outscored the University of Texas of the Permian Basin by nearly double, defeating UTPB 83-45 on Saturday morning to improve to 2-1 on the season. The Bobcats were led by senior guard Brooke Holle, who hit a car…

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Coming home after a tough road loss to Oral Roberts, Texas State women’s basketball looks to face off agains The University of Texas of the Permian Basin on Saturday at Strahan Arena. After outscoring Oral Roberts in the first quarter but falling behind for the rest of the game, Texas State …

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In the first regular season game played on Bobcat turf this season, the Texas State women’s basketball team handily defeated Texas Lutheran 72-31 on Tuesday night. The win gives the Bobcats a 1-0 record to kick off the season. Texas State’s pesky defense caused the Bulldogs to commit 32 turn…

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Texas State men’s and women’s basketball hosted a Media Day on Wednesday, with both head coach Danny Kaspar and head women’s coach Zenarae Antoine giving their remarks as they kick off the season. Following the conference, the men’s team opened their season with a decisive 91-54 win over Cam…

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The Texas State women’s basketball team fell to Troy by a score of 82-63 in the annual Kids Game. This loss snapped a five-game win streak for the Bobcats as they fell to 13-15, 8-8 in the Sun Belt. Kennedy Taylor led the way for the Bobcats with 16 points on 4-7 shooting and 7-10…

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Texas State women’s basketball team defeated the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 71-65 increasing their current win streak to four. Texas State is now 8-7 in conference and 13-14 overall. Senior guard Toshua Leavitt and junior forward Jazza Johns lead the Bobcats in scoring with 40 combine…

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Texas State Women’s basketball team was able to pull out a tough victory against the University of Louisiana Monroe Warhawks with a final score of 62-51. With this win on the road, the team has now won three consecutive games after previously losing four straight. Despite a close first half,…

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Texas State women’s basketball was able to snap a five-game losing streak defeating the Arkansas State Red Wolves 68-54. The team’s last win was also against Arkansas State at Jonesboro winning 85-62 sweeping the series. Head Coach Zenarae Antoine said that winning “mini-battles” throughout …

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Texas State women’s basketball fell to Georgia Southern Eagles by a final score of 65-55 Saturday afternoon in Strahan Arena. This is Texas State’s (9-11, 4-4 Sun Belt) second consecutive loss. Head coach Zenarae Antoine said that the team and coaching staff will make some adjustments after …

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Volleyball Volleyball Wins the Sun Belt Conference tournament By Jacob Sommers     Texas State Volleyball won the Sun Belt Conference Championship for the second time in school history Sunday night in Atlanta Georgia. This grants the Bobcats automatic admission into the NCAA 2018 D1 Women’s …

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The Texas State women’s basketball team suffered a 65-58 defeat at the hands of Sun Belt Conference rivals the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Saturday, Jan. 20.   The loss comes only days after a 34-point blowout victory against ULM and moves the Bobcats to 12-7 for the season.   The Bobcat offense…

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The Texas State Bobcat’s picked up their 12th win of the season Thursday night against Sun Belt Conference Rivals ULM in an 86-52 beatdown.   The victory gives head coach Zenarae Antoine her 100th career win as the Bobcat’s head coach, making her the fourth coach in Texas State women’s baske…

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Not only has one women’s basketball player been honored twice in the season, her teamwork mentality and effort are being noticed every time she steps on the court. Toshua Leavitt, junior guard, has been playing basketball since the age of five. Once she reached high school, however, she dedi…

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The women’s basketball team improved their winning season over winter break with an overall 10-5 record. The Bobcats went 4-3 during the break along with jumping to a 3-1 start in Sun Belt Conference play. Texas State competed in five back-to-back away games before starting the new year. The…