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Softball completes fall season

Softball completes fall season

Dalton Hartmann

November 13, 2019

The Roadrunner softball team ended its fall season on Nov. 9, with two home wins over the Alvin Community College Dolphins and Cisco Community College Wranglers. The ‘Runners played the Dolphins and beat them 12-0. Later in the day, the ‘Runners also played the Wranglers, beating them in a hard-fought...

Men’s basketball continues to look for first win

Men’s basketball continues to look for first win

Ryan Garza

November 13, 2019

The Sunshine Slam took place in Kissimmee, Florida, from Nov. 8 to Nov. 10. The men’s basketball team looked to claim their first win of the season, but they were unsuccessful. The UTSA Roadrunners had three straight double-digit losses in what would be a not-so-ideal start to their 2019-2020 campaign. Moving...

Looking Forward to the Golden Eagles

Looking Forward to the Golden Eagles

Ryder Martin

November 13, 2019

Fresh off a comeback, 24-23, victory last week against Old Dominion University (ODU) (1-9), UTSA football improved to 4-5. After a slow start on offense, the Roadrunners scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns and secured their victory with a strip sack by the defense. The ‘Runners are now turning their...

Vikings shine in the spotline

Vikings shine in the spotline

Max Aguirre

November 13, 2019

Week 10: Vikings Shine in the Spotline So much has been said about Kirk Cousins’ inability to win in prime time or against good teams. Cousin’s record against teams over .500 stood at 5-28 before Sunday night. He came out on fire, leading the Vikings to two opening scores capped off by Kyle Rudolph...

Spurs struggle to start off season

Spurs struggle to start off season

Dalton Hartmann

November 13, 2019

The 2019-2020 San Antonio Spurs season started off strong with the return of Spurs starting point guard Dejounte Murray, who was on his way to having a breakout season before he tore his ACL during the 2018 preseason. The Spurs were 4-1 heading into the week of Nov. 3, only losing to the Los Angeles...

Fire Frank Wilson

Fire Frank Wilson

Jose Bouquett

November 13, 2019

A 13-point, fourth-quarter comeback against Old Dominion University (ODU) Monarchs (1-9) has unfortunately and likely saved Frank Wilson’s job as UTSA’s head football coach. The comeback was needed to salvage one of the limpest performances of the season from the Roadrunners (4-5). The Monarchs...

Soccer’s season ends with a loss to UTEP

Soccer’s season ends with a loss to UTEP

Tyler Pakulak

November 6, 2019

This past Friday night, the UTSA soccer team finished their season with another heartbreaking loss to the University of Texas at El Paso Miners. Tessa Carlin scored the only goal of the game, with a shot from right outside the goal box that slipped past the keeper to give the Miners the lead and capture...

UTSA Looks to Bounce Back Against Old Dominion

UTSA Looks to Bounce Back Against Old Dominion

Ryder Martin

November 6, 2019

Coming off a 45-14 defeat in College Station to Texas A&M (6-3), UTSA football saw their record fall to 3-5 for the 2019 season. The Roadrunners will look to bounce back as they visit Norfolk, Virginia, to take on the Old Dominion Monarchs (1-8). This will be the third all-time meeting between ...

NCAA Play Number One: False Hope

NCAA Play Number One: False Hope

Jose Bouquett

November 6, 2019

The bumbling and baffling National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has seemingly decided to take a step in the right direction towards paying athletes. However, after a closer look, the NCAA is back to its old tricks to gain positive publicity. On Oct. 29, the NCAA surprised the world by announcing...

Men’s basketball looking to build off first victory

Men’s basketball looking to build off first victory

Julia Maenius

November 6, 2019

The UTSA men’s basketball team (1-0) began their 2019-2020 season with an exhibition game against the Texas A&M International University Dustdevils. After welcoming many new standout freshmen to the team, the Roadrunners are preparing for a long season with plenty of games on their home court. ...

XC Competes at Conference Championship

XC Competes at Conference Championship

Kennedy Caskey

November 6, 2019

The men's and women's cross country teams returned to action on Saturday morning, competing in the Conference USA Championships hosted by Western Kentucky University. Leading the men's team, freshman Harrison Wade placed 15th with a time of 24:43.6. Behind Wade was senior Martin Luevano, who finished...

Volleyball splits weekend on the road

Volleyball splits weekend on the road

Julia Maenius

November 6, 2019

The UTSA Roadrunner volleyball team (14-10, C-USA 7-4) traveled to Florida this weekend to face the Florida Atlantic University Owls and the Florida International University Panthers in their journey to the Conference USA championship tournament. Senior libero Emily Ramirez added her name to the ‘Runner...