The Texas State Bobcats sent four runs across the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning the appeared to be enough for a success over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, but a two-run eighth gave the Islanders a chance to catch up but the effort was stopped short and the `Cats held on for a 5-3 win over the foe at Bobcat Field Saturday afternoon. Steven Siers broke the even tally for a 2-1 record after a seven-inning stint on the mound, allowing just one run to plate and matching a season-high eight strikeouts. Continue reading Southland Conference recap 04/05
With the tying run at the plate, Mike Hart completed his third game of the season with four pitches, striking out Jacob Perales to retire the game and give the Texas State Bobcats a 4-2 success over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Islanders walked seven Bobcats and muddled through four pitchers to facilitate the defeat and with the loss, the visiting foe drops to 5-5 in Southland Conference action. Texas State improves to 7-3 and maintains a tying lead in West division competition. (more)
Texas A&M-CC Recap
Three combined errors changed the pace of Sunday afternoon’s game at Sanders Stadium, but two mistakes by Sam Houston State handed the Texas State Bobcats eight runs and a 13-6 victory over the Bearkats. Texas State takes the series 2-1 and improves to 6-3 in Southland Conference action. Zach Tritz spent seven innings on the mound and earned his fifth win of the season, retaining his perfect mark on the field. Continue reading Texas State takes series from Sam Houston State 13-6
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Huntsville, TX – A six-run lead by the Texas State Bobcats was erased in half its building time by Sam Houston State, but Adam Witek’s lone hit in the ninth inning was enough saving grace to plate Thomas Field and give the `Cats an 8-7 victory over SHSU Saturday afternoon at Sanders Stadium. With the series tied at one game each, tomorrow’s tilt will decide which team will take the higher standing in Southland Conference play.
The Bearkats were the first to score in the afternoon’s contest in the bottom of the second with a pair of doubles from Ryan Trevino and Seth Hammock. The latter grabbed an RBI with his shot down the line to mark Sam’s first tally.
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Huntsville, TX – A two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning plated the tie-breaking run and gave the Sam Houston Bearkats a 4-2 victory over the Texas State Bobcats Friday night at Sanders Stadium. The loss drops the ‘Cats to 4-3 in Southland Conference play, now trailing the Bearkats in the race for the top spot in the West division.
Continue reading Sam Houston State uses a 7th inning Homerun to defeat Texas State.
Brandon Belt was 3-4 and drove in 5 runs 3 of those came in the bottom of the first with a shot that went over the 375 foot sign in RCF. Brandon also pitch the 8th and 9th to close out the game and to give Texas the win against another Southland Conference foe. The top of the line up for Texas consisted of Danks, Tucker, and Preston Clark and they scored 7 of those runs.
Leading the way for the Bobcats was Johnathan Farrow as he was 2-4 with a HR and 3 RBIs. Continue reading Brandon Belt drives Texas past Texas State
Northeastern 5 Bowling Green 0
Sophomore Sheldon McDonald threw eight shutout innings of five-hit, nine-strikeout ball and did not walk a batter, as he led the Huskies to a 5-0 win over the Western Michigan Broncos on Wednesday afternoon at IMG Academies in BRadenton, Fla. Western Michigan entered the game having scored at least 15 runs in three of its last five games, but McDonald kept the Bronco bats silent all afternoon. Continue reading Northeastern, Bama, UK, TCU, JMU, BCU, Temple, ODU, and Louisville pick up wins
We are continuing our coverage of National Signing day with a few more releases from schools. The full list is below.
Southeast Missouri State
November 14th was the first day that recruits for the 2008-2009 school year could sign their letter of intent. We have found many schools have put out a listing of the recruits who have signed already. A couple of highlights are that UCLA has signed three AFLAC All-Americans, Illinois picked up four in-state recruits, and finally Southern Miss picked up three players from Mississippi. The full list is below.
Southeast Missouri State