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Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

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Joshua Lamb makes a play at shortstop and throws to first to retire the runner. Lamb has enjoyed an excellent season for the Runners ranking third on the team in batting average at .333.

UTSA baseball bullpen collapses in series loss to 49ers

Dalton Hartmann, Assistant Magazine Editor April 20, 2021

UTSA Men’s baseball (15-15, C-USA 7-8) played their fifth conference opponent in the Charlotte 49ers (25-10, C-USA 14-2) this past weekend at Charlotte. Each match was extremely close, with both teams...

Reece Easterling throws a pitch during the second game of the double header on Saturday afternoon. Easterling was superb on the mound, working 5.1 innings while allowing only two runs, one earned and striking out five.

Baseball secures series win with offensive explosion in game four

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor April 13, 2021

Coming off of a series sweep at the hands of Southern Mississippi (21-9, 8-3 C-USA), UTSA baseball (14-12, 6-5 C-USA) was back in action for a four-game series against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders...

Pepper Jones delivers a pitch during last years Irish Alamo Classic. Jones appeared in six games for the Runners last season making two starts with a 2.19 ERA in 12.1 innings pitched.

UTSA baseball ready to showcase a full season of growth under Coach Hallmark

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor February 23, 2021

UTSA baseball entered a new era last season with the arrival of new head coach Pat Hallmark. The team showed immediate improvement under Hallmark early in the season, starting the season off with a 10-2...

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