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Roadrunner football fans, relax

Graphic of Taylor Eighmey dropping money into a bucket labeled

Editorial Board and Ryan Garza

September 27, 2018

Relax. Don’t hit that panic button just yet. After starting the season off losing their first three games, UTSA received outrage and backlash from fans about what was going wrong with team and how it could be solved, but UTSA faithfuls need to accept what the team is trying to do and understand that...

Roadrunners drop home opener

UTSA football player sees Baylor players celebrating.

Josh Levario

September 12, 2018

Baylor hands UTSA their first home loss UTSA and Baylor’s first meeting last year ended with a historic victory for the ‘Runners when they downed the Bears 17-10. Heading into their home opener, UTSA looked to recover after surrendering 49 points in a staggering defeat against the Arizona State Sun...

Roadrunners forked by Sun Devils

Frank Wilson hypes the team up.

Ryan Garza

September 6, 2018

UTSA suffers blowout loss in season opener The last time these two teams faced off, we saw the Sun Devils score 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter and steal a win from the Roadrunners at the Alamodome—but times are different now. Frank Wilson is in his third season with UTSA and has led t...

A great time for UTSA sports

Pitcher Karen Patel releases a pitch while the LA Tech dugout looks on.

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Ryan Garza

June 9, 2018

Welcome to UTSA, incoming ‘Runners! If you aren’t too familiar with UTSA athletics, we are a NCAA Division I school that participates in Conference USA; we currently boast 17 different sports teams among men and women.  As you may know, football is king here in Texas and with Head Coach Frank Wi...

Scelfo fired: a difference in opinions

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Editorial staff

November 29, 2017

UTSA football head coach Frank Wilson fired offensive coordinator Frank Scelfo before bowl game announcements. Wide receivers coach Jeff Kastl will call the plays if UTSA is awarded a bid next Sunday. UTSA football fans’ outsized expectations for the 2017 season led to great disappointment and frustration...

Coach Wilson’s extension: an investment of trust

25,000 fans attended Coach Wilson’s 2017 home opener. Ellyson Ortega, The Paisano.

Editorial staff

September 20, 2017

It’s a big bag of money–figuratively, of course. Coach Frank Wilson’s projected 1.05 million dollars earned in 2017 certainly wouldn’t fit in a UTSA student’s backpack. Following UTSA’s home opening beatdown of Southern and second straight win of the season, Wilson and his ‘Runners are ear...

Lynn Hickey steps down as athletic director

Lynn Hickey, who stepped down from her position as UTSA athletic director on Sept. 7, sits at a UTSA football press conference. File Photo, The Paisano

Samuel De Leon

September 20, 2017

UTSA Athletics Director Lynn Hickey officially retired from her position on Sept. 7. Hickey’s announcement cited “personal reasons”; her retirement was effective the same day as the announcement. Hickey began her coaching career in Women’s Basketball as head coach of the Kansas State Wildcats in...

Stars aligning for 2017 Roadrunner football season

Dalton Sturm takes the field with the rest of the team behind him. David Guel, The Paisano.

Zach Truesdale

June 8, 2017

With the Texas heat blazing and the summer beginning, the UTSA football team has put in work during the offseason as they prepare for their upcoming season. The strength and conditioning program they are on has the team both physically and mentally prepared for fall. After a solid 2016-2017 season that r...

Successful signing day spells good news for UTSA football

Successful signing day spells good news for UTSA football

Diego Lopez

February 8, 2017

On February 1, National Signing Day, Head Coach Frank Wilson and the squad finished the recruiting season having one of the top recruiting classes in the conference. The Roadrunners added 23 new recruits this year. That’s up from last year, when the team added 17 recruits during the offseason. The new r...