The Paisano

Former mayor gives nod to UTSA football

January 22, 2006

    Picture this. It's Saturday afternoon. You turn on ESPN and find UTSA taking on Rice in the I-10 rivalry. This is UTSA football.    Former San Antonio Mayor and current Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff sees the big picture. Wolff played a major part in the...

Volleyball trio named to All-Southland team

November 16, 2005

UTSA Reports     The UTSA junior trio of Meagan Daniel, DeeDee Strickland and Connie Picard was named to the All-Southland Conference (SLC) volleyball team released by the league office Wednesday.    Daniel, an outside hitter, was one of six players chosen to the first team, while Strickland and...

Walk for women’s athletics

October 27, 2005

UTSA Reports     The 18th annual State Farm/UTSA Walk For Women's Athletics Scholarships will take place on Saturday, Oct. 29 with all proceeds benefiting the women's athletic scholarship fund at San Antonio's only NCAA Division I University.    The day ...

Spurs geared for repeat title run

October 27, 2005

    As Tim Duncan walked off the court on June 23, fans saw something from him we rarely see: a smile. Duncan, the Spurs silent leader, had just captured his third NBA title. In what was one of his toughest seasons yet, Duncan overcame two ankle injuries and a media sto...

San Antonio, UTSA football spirit thrives

October 18, 2005

In the October 4 issue of the Paisano, the article written by Allen Schlesinger seemed originally intended to address the opinion of football fever in San Antonio brought about by the arrival of the New Orleans Saints. It seemed that the article went on somewhat of a tangent, turning into a rant on ...

Seventh straight Volleyball victory, ninth sweep

October 18, 2005

UTSA Reports    Junior Connie Picard had 11 kills and six blocks as the UTSA volleyball team continued to roll in a 30-17, 30-23, 30-19 victory at Southeastern Louisiana Saturday afternoon at University Center.    With the win, the Roadrunners extend their winning streak to seven matches and ...

Fantasy Football: Pick Vick in week seven

October 18, 2005

Hot Routes: These are the players you should start without second guessing yourself.Quarterback:Michael Vick/ Atlanta Falcons    Why:Vick is not known for his fantasy stats; Vick is averaging a feeble 121.4 ypg in passing. However, come Sunday versus the Jets, Vick's fantasy reputation is about to head in a very positiv...

Fantasy Football: Bet on vets in week six

October 11, 2005

Hot Routes: These are the players you should start without second-guessing yourself.Quarterback:David Carr/ Houston TexansWhy: Carr and the Texans are off to their worst start ever-he is averaging less than 140 ypg passing, and the Texans have yet to record their first win. However, Carr's luck is ...

Volleyball wins fourth in a row, moves to 5-2 in conference

October 11, 2005

UTSA reports    Senior Jennifer Emelogu and juniors Connie Picard and Meagan Daniel all reached double-digit kills as the UTSA volleyball team swept Northwestern State, 30-22, 30-24, 30-18, Friday night in front of 342 fans at the Convocation Center.    With ...

Fantasy football: Palmer unlucky

October 5, 2005

Hot Routes: These are the players you should start without second- guessing yourself. Quarterback:Matt Hasselbeck/ Seattle SeahawksWhy: After a disappointing loss to the Washington Redskins, the Seahawks and Hasselbeck will rebound in high fashion against the St. Louis Rams; Mike Holmgren, who fa...

Women’s Golf in third after two rounds of Lady Cardinal Invitational

September 22, 2005

    Keyed by solid rounds from the freshman duo of Laura Baker (Victoria, Texas/Memorial HS) and Allie Jordan (Monahans, Texas), the UTSA women's golf team, in its debut event, is in third place after 36 holes of the Lamar Lady Cardinal Invitational held Monday at Brentwood C...

Women’s basketball announces 2005-06 season schedule

September 22, 2005

    The University of Texas at San Antonio women's basketball has announced it's 2005-06 schedule, highlighted by five teams with post season experience, including nationally ranked PAC-10 foe Arizona State Sun Devils (who reached the NCAA Sweet 16), Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters ...