College Hoops: Bobcat women on the road at New Mexico State
There’s no time like the present for Texas State to turn it around.
As the Bobcats enter the second round of play in the Western Athletic Conference, they’re 1-8 and lost nine out of their last 10 games. If Texas State is going to fight its way out of the cellar, a win tonight at New Mexico State would do wonders for Zenarae Antoine’s team.
Earlier this season, the Aggies handed the Bobcats a 61-58 loss inside Strahan Coliseum. It was Texas State’s second consecutive loss after a game-winning shot by senior guard Diamond Ford went awry.
With that feeling still fresh in their minds, the Bobcats feel prepared to make sure it doesn’t come down to the final shot this time.
“We have to remember the way we lost to them and how close it was,” Texas State junior guard Kaylan Martin said. “We need to use that as fuel to go out there and start aggressively and get the win.”
After tonight’s game, the Bobcats travel to Denver, where they’ll play the Pioneers on Saturday.