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Cowboys rout Eagles on Sunday Night Football

Cowboys rout Eagles on Sunday Night Football

Max Aguirre

October 23, 2019

Last week, Philadelphia Eagles head coach, Doug Pederson, guaranteed a win against the Cowboys. It looked like a strong possibility. The Cowboys had just lost to the New York Jets, of all teams, and the Eagles saw a golden opportunity to push themselves back into the playoff race. Pederson’s guarantee...

Texans Surprise with 31-24 Win Over Chiefs

Texans Surprise with 31-24 Win Over Chiefs

Cade Draughon

October 16, 2019

The Chiefs began the week with a 4-1 record and one of the most explosive offenses in the league. Coming off a Sunday night loss against the Colts, 19-13, the Chiefs lost their second straight game to the Texans, 31-24, in Kansas City. On the first drive of the game, Patrick Mahomes connected with Tyreek...

Soccer picks up first conference win

Soccer picks up first conference win

Tyler Pakulak

October 16, 2019

The UTSA Roadrunner soccer team scratched and clawed their way to victory this past weekend when they defeated the Marshall Thundering Herd 3-2 in overtime. The win gave the ‘Runners their first Conference USA (C-USA) victory, moving to 5-6-1 in the season, 1-4-0 in conference play. For the weekend...

Cowboys Embarrassed by Winless Jets

Cowboys Embarrassed by Winless Jets

Max Aguirre

October 16, 2019

At the beginning of last week, the Cowboys were favored to win in New York. The Jets were winless, and the Cowboys needed to get back on track. The situation seemed perfect: Dallas would get an easy win served to them on a silver platter just when they needed it. By 6 p.m. last Sunday, that silver platter...

Bring the Rowdy? Create the Rowdy? The Missing Homecoming Event?

Bring the Rowdy? Create the Rowdy? The Missing Homecoming Event?

Jose Bouquett

October 16, 2019

UTSA athletics is always a step behind the competition. Homecoming is missing a major event to complete the week and build momentum for the upcoming football game, and we need all the momentum we can get. UTSA has yet to announce any type of “Homecoming and Hoops” or “Midnight Madness”...

Homecoming football showdown

Homecoming football showdown

Ryder Martin

October 16, 2019

Fresh off a 33-14 defeat to the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) (5-1) last week, the UTSA football team saw their record fall to 2-4 at the halfway point of the season. The ‘Runners now look to get back on track during Homecoming Week against the Rice Owls (0-6) who are still seeking their f...

Volleyball continues hot conference start

Volleyball continues hot conference start

Julia Maenius

October 16, 2019

The UTSA Roadrunner volleyball team (11-7, 4-1 C-USA) left the Convocation Center with two more conference wins under their belts after the defeat of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Facing the Lady Techsters on Oct. 11, the ‘Runners opened with a 4-0 lead uti...

Athlete of the Week: Kara Teal

Athlete of the Week: Kara Teal

Cade Draughon

October 16, 2019

Senior Kara Teal is entering her fourth season as a middle blocker for the UTSA Roadrunner volleyball team. After three seasons of play, Teal has recorded 656 kills, with a 1.93 kill percentage in 94 games played. “I’m from Round Rock, where I went to Brentwood Christian High School,” Teal said....

Men’s tennis splits scores in Tulsa

Men’s tennis splits scores in Tulsa

Kennedy Caskey

October 16, 2019

After competing in the 2019 ITA All-American Championships hosted by Tulsa, UTSA Roadrunner men’s tennis team continued their fall season with a three-day tournament this past weekend. On Friday, Oct. 11, senior Patrick Poestinger, sophomore Alan Sanson and freshmen Joao Alcantara and Kaito...

The price of being paid to play

The price of being paid to play

Xavier Richardson

October 9, 2019

On Sept. 30, California Senate Bill 206 was passed. The bill legally gives college athletes in California the right to receive compensation for the use of their name, image and likeness for marketing purposes. SB 206, better known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, also contains provisions allowing student...

Looking forward to the Blazers

Looking forward to the Blazers

Ryder Martin

October 9, 2019

Coming off a 26-16 win last week over UTEP (1-4), UTSA managed to stop a three game slide and improve their record to 2-3 as they near the halfway point of the season. The ‘Runners now turn their attention to the UAB Blazers (4-1) who are fresh off a win last week over Rice, 35-20. This will be the...

Women’s tennis aces tournament

Women’s tennis aces tournament

Kennedy Caskey

October 9, 2019

UTSA women’s tennis continued their 2019 fall season with the H-E-B Invitational hosted by Baylor in Waco, Texas this past weekend. Representatives from 12 schools competed in a three-day singles and doubles tournament that lasted from Friday, Oct. 4, to Sunday, Oct. 6. UTSA saw various opponents...