The Rams baseball team defeated St. Mary's 4-3.
THE RAMS ARE LOOKING TO DEFEND THEIR LONE STAR CONFERENCE PLAYOFF CHAMPIONSHIP THIS FALL ON THE GRID IRON.
FOR ANGELO STATE SOFTBALL THEY ARE COMING OFF A WEEKEND SPLIT WITH TARLETON STATE.
NOW TO THE DIAMOND THE ANGELO STATE RAMS BASEBALL SQUAD IS COMING OFF A 3-1 SERIES LOSS AT THE HANDS OF THE GREYHOUNDS OF EASTERN NEW MEXICO.
Central soccer's Gage Bonaventure signs with Eastern New Mexico
Angelo State football has entered its second week of spring football and prepare for the upcoming scrimmage this weekend and Spring Game in April.
In this edition, we travel to Mayer Field to talk to softball head coach Travis Scott about his team's split with Tarleton State. Travis McCorkle then comes into the studio to share with us he and his team's experience overseas. Followed by a look at an ASU freshman phenom pitcher and a quick look at weekend baseball.
The Belles got swept Friday, then they were the ones that did the sweeping taking both games of the Saturday doubleheader by scores of 2-1 and 4-2, respectively.
The San Angelo Bandits looked to Rookie Quarterback Justin Billiot to start against the Venom. The Bandits move to 0-3 after a 50-32 loss to the Venom.
The Bobcats hosted Abilene High this afternoon and won in a shutout, Davis Martin struck out 11 and allowed three hits in this 1-0 victory.
The Bobcats soccer team lost to Arlington Martin 4-1 in the bi-district round of the playoffs.
The San Angelo Bandits are 0-2 to start their season and with the Amarillo Venom coming to town tomorrow night, the Bandits are forced to start a rookie quarterback. Rachel Turnock reports.
The Central Lady Cat Soccer team defeated Arlington High on Friday afternoon in Abilene at Shotwell Stadium by a score of 2-1. The goals for Central were scored by Darci Wilson and Caisi Dornhecker.
The Miles Bulldogs have seemed to pick up right where they left off last season going 2-0 thus far in District play and 9-4 overall on the season. KSAN's Rachel Turnock caught up with the Bulldogs.
Angelo State baseball has a short week to prepare before hitting the road once again this time to Portales.
Ballinger defeated Wall 10-6.
Central defeats Midland Lee 3-0.
SINCE LATE 2010 JIM SLAUGHTER HAS BEEN THE SAISD ATHLETIC DIRECTOR AND HAS SEEN MANY PROGRAMS EVOLVE AT BOTH CENTRAL AND LAKE VIEW HIGH SCHOOLS
ANGELO STATE SOFTBALL HEAD COACH TRAVIS SCOT HAS OVER 600 WINS UNDER HIS BELT, OVER 500 WHILE WITH THE BELLES AND YET SOMETHING MANAGED TO HAPPEN TO HIM THAT HE'S NEVER SEEN BEFORE IN THE GAME OF SOFTBALL AND PROBABLY NEVER WILL AGAIN...A TIE
The Central boys and girls gymnastics teams prepare for District Championship meet
San Angelo ISD Athletic Director Jim Slaughter has confirmed to KLST and KSAN news that he will be retiring from SAISD effective at the end of August. Slaughter has served in San Angelo since early 2010. .....
In this edition, we catch up with softball, check in with football as they kicked off spring football, and reflect on the men's record-breaking basketball season.
The Central Bobcats have the three seed out of District 3-6A after beating the Odessa Permian Panthers, 2-1.
The Central Lady Cats couldn't find the back of the net on a dreary Saturday afternoon and lose to Odessa Permian, 2-0.
What better way to spend a gorgeous day like today than outside. Perhaps some baseball or softball, or spring football. That's right! Angelo State football officially began spring practice today after a long off season.
The San Angelo Bandits move to 0-2 after losing to Dodge City Law 47-45.
The San Angelo Bandits look to rebound from last week's season-opening close loss.
Central baseball took on Odessa Permian today in Odessa and lost to the Panthers.
ANGELO STATE RAMS BASKETBALL HAD A SEASON THAT WAS FILLED WITH MANY PROGRAMS FIRST. YOU REALLY CANT CALL IT A CINDERELLA STORY OF MARCH BECAUSE THE EXPECTATIONS SET AT THE START OF THE SEASON WERE PRETTY HIGH.
DALLAS, TX – The Dallas Cowboys have made a splash in free agency signing talented but controversial free agent Defensive end, Greg Hardy.
The Angelo State Rams men's basketball team played Tarleton St. in the South Central Region final and fell just short by a final score of 66-64, eliminating the Rams from the NCAA Division II Tournament.
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN PROGRAM HISTORY THE ANGELO STATE MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM IS IN THE SWEET 16 WITH A VERY TOUGH TARLETON STATE TEAM STANDING BETWEEN THEM AND EVANSVILLE INDIANA, THIS YEARS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT SITE.
In this Spring Break version of ASU Season Pass, host Andrew Nepsund talks it up with the ASU softball, baseball and track and field head coaches and recaps the men's basketball team as they took part in the NCAA Tournament this weekend. Then, highlights from the games.
Sports director Jonathan Thomas fills in for Andrew Nepsund for this edition of ASU Season Pass.
The Rams dropped the weekend series finale to the West Texas A&M Buffaloes, 5-2, splitting the series with the Buffs.
The Angelo State Rams will play against Tarleton State in the Sweet 16 after beating Midwestern State in the Regional Semifinals.
After splitting the Saturday doubleheader with West Texas A&M, the Rams now lead the weekend series, 2-1, with the finale coming tomorrow afternoon.
The ASU basketball Rams got by the Texas A&M Commerce Lions, 85-79. They will next take on Midwestern St. in the South Central Regional Semifinals of the NCAA D2 Tournament.
The San Angelo Bandits hosted Texas Revolution for their season opener.
West Texas A&M topped Angelo State 4-2 in game 3 of the weekend series at Mayer field. The Belles did beat the Lady Buffs in the final game of the series, 1-0.
The Rams stay atop the Lone Star Conference standings and take game one of the weekend series behind Steve Naemark's eight shutout innings of work from the mound.
West Texas A&M @ Angelo State Softball
The San Angelo Bandits won the LSFL just a season ago, but a year later all but two players are gone and the Bandits are under the new direction Head Coach Joey Longoria. KSAN's Rachel Turnock has our story.
Angelo State softball is off to a record setting 20-2 start to their season behind a stout defense and two very young arms in the circle. KSAN's Rachel Turnock went behind the net with one of those arms.
ASU basketball talks NCAA matchup against A&M Commerce.
Lake View Maiden Destiny Bergara signed with Northwest Kansas Tech for soccer.
St. Mary's @ Angelo State Softball
Six women from ASU Track and Field are headed to the NCAA Division 2 Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama this weekend.
Abilene High @ Central softball
KLST Sports has learned that Greg McWilliams is no longer the head girls head basketball coach at Central High School. But, McWilliams is still continuing teaching duties with SAISD. The district will be looking for a new head coach for the Lady Cats basketball program moving forward. He was the head coach for three seasons.