The Paisano

Volleyball digs season outlook

August 30, 2005

    With the UTSA Women’s Volleyball gearing up and getting ready to start their spring season,students can look forward to another winning team this semester. Head Coach Laura Groff’s expectations are to win the Southland Conference (SLC) and to qualify for the ...

Best friends lead softball to shot at second title

April 25, 2005

As two of the oldest members on the softball team, Jennifer Davis and Krystal Gibson have been a key part in continuing last seasons' unprecedented success. Their strong friendship and leadership skills have undoubtedly helped the Lady Roadrunners ravage one of the toughest schedules in the...

Duncan returns from injury, Spurs gear up for playoffs

April 18, 2005

The San Antonio Spurs had justcome off what was arguably one of their best weekends in regular season history. The Spurs became the first team to ever to win double overtime games in consecutive nights on the road, against Golden State and the Los Angeles Clippers. Last Tuesday night the Spurs hos...

Finally football?

January 31, 2005

You've seen the Paisano ads; you've heard the off-hand comments and maybe even read the news articles. It is true: football is coming closer to becoming a reality at UTSA. Recently, UTSA alumnus Steve Bearman donated $50,000 to the university to fund a feasibility report for UTSA football. ...

One Love: UTSA Men’s Tennis

October 18, 2004

UTSA men's tennis practices. On Oct. 10, Dennis Andrave won thesingles tournament at the UTSA/Sonterra Invitational, marking thefirst time a UTSA tennis player has won the invitational. Click image for larger version.  ...

Men’s basketball looking for repeat trip to Tourney

October 18, 2004

   Thursday night, head coach Tim Carter waswatching a video collage of last season.   He saw the team's star player, LeRoyHurd, speaking at the press conference after UTSA's NCAATournament opponent was announced.   As Hurd spoke  to the cameras about theseason, about the program, and ab...

Women want to rebound last year’s season

October 18, 2004

   With seven returning players, this year's women's team is looking to regain its championship form from the 2003 season.   The team's 15-14 record and fourth-place conference finish last season left the players wanting more, butthey will have to replace more than half o...