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Nick Thornquist drives a ball during a game against Southern Mississippi on Thursday, April 1. Thornquist has helped lead the ‘Runners to an 11-9 record to start the year.

UTSA sports produce mixed results

Dalton Hartmann, Assistant Magazine Editor April 6, 2021

With UTSA sports in full swing, it can be hard to know what exactly is happening with every team; that is where this article comes in.  Men’s baseball started their conference slate last week. After...

Sebastian Rodriguez returns the ball during a match earlier this season.  Rodriguez holds a 6-6 record in singles play this year. In doubles play when partnered Joao Ceolin, the duo is 7-1.

Men’s tennis sweeps weekend matches, women’s go 1-1

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor March 26, 2021

UTSA men’s tennis (10-5) continued their midseason surge this past weekend on Saturday, March 20, with back-to-back sweeps against the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) Cardinals (3-4) and the University...

Alan Sanson returns a serve during a match. The Roadrunners won their matches against the University of
Texas at Arlington and the university of Lousisiana at Lafayette.

Men’s tennis gets first win, women lose at Arlington

Kennedy Caskey, Staff Writer February 11, 2020

This past weekend, the men’s and women’s tennis teams competed against Louisiana and UT Arlington. Men’s tennis earned their first win of the season, 5-2, with an impressive 6-3 doubles win from...

UTSA Men’s Tennis

UTSA Men’s Tennis

Nisa Rodriguez October 18, 2018

UTSA’s men’s tennis team held their first event of the year this past weekend. The UTSA Cup was a three-day tournament that featured singles and doubles, and took place from Friday, Oct. 12 to Sunday,...

Alex Cronje reaches to hit a backhand lob. Photos courtesy of Jeff Huehn/UTSA Athletics

Young, energetic men’s tennis team prepares for spring season

Sheldon Baker January 18, 2017

In his second season as UTSA men’s head tennis coach, Rodrigo Da Silva’s expectations for the 2017 season will not be centered on wins nor losses; instead, his focus is on creating a culture of accountability,...

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