Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

Independent Student Newspaper for the University of Texas at San Antonio

The Paisano

The UTSA Roadrunners celebrate in the aftermath of upsetting the UTEP Miners in the first round of the Conference USA Womens Basketball Championship. Photo courtesy of Conference USA

UTSA women go 1-1 in C-USA tournament

Luke Lawhorn, Assistant Sports Editor March 22, 2022

Though the Roadrunners (7-22) were seeded last in the west division of the Conference USA tournament, they upset UTEP (14-15) in overtime 58-57, and hung tight with Old Dominion (22-8) losing 65-45. Despite...

Women’s basketball to compete in C-USA Tournament

Women’s basketball to compete in C-USA Tournament

Julia Maenius, Assistant Sports Editor March 8, 2022

The UTSA women’s basketball team (6-22, 3-14 C-USA) concluded their regular season play with a pair of conference games in preparation for the Conference USA Tournament from March 8-12. The Roadrunners...

Karen Aston looks on during a game earlier this season. Aston has coached the team to a 6-20 record so far this season, an improvement over last seasons 2-18 record in Kristen Holts final season.

Women’s basketball drop game to UAB 57-50

Julia Maenius, Assistant Sports Editor March 1, 2022

The UTSA women’s basketball team (6-20, 3-12 C-USA) dropped a seven-point game against the University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers (15-12, 8-8 C-USA)last Wednesday, Feb. 23. The Roadrunners closed...

Elyssa Coleman rises up in the paint to put up a shot during a game against UIW earlier this season. Coleman currently leads the Runners with a 1.1 shots blocked per game.

Women’s basketball falls to North Texas 57-70

Julia Maenius, Assistant Sports Editor February 8, 2022

The UTSA women’s basketball team (5-16, 3-7 C-USA) dropped a 57-70 decision to North Texas on Saturday, Feb. 5 in the Convocation Center. The Roadrunners faced the Mean Green after a five-point, 49-44,...

UTSA defenders Mikayla Woods, Yuliyana Valcheva, Karrington Donald, and Kyleigh McGuire swarm an FIU player during a game earlier this season.

Women’s basketball continues downward trend, swept by FAU

Ryder Martin, Sports Editor February 16, 2021

UTSA women’s basketball was on the road in Boca Raton this past weekend on Friday, Feb. 12, and Saturday, Feb. 13, to take on the Florida Atlantic Owls (6-8). In a continuation of their recent performances,...

Womens basketballs guard Mikayla Woods dribbles the ball up the court against UIW last season.

Women’s basketball looks to grow and improve in new season

Julia Maenius and Ryder Martin November 17, 2020

The UTSA women’s basketball team will return to the court for the 2020-21 season on Wednesday, Nov. 25 after an unconventional offseason. UTSA slumped to a 6-23 overall record last season, finishing...

Charlene Mass dribbles around the Old Dominion defense. The Roadrunners lost both games of the
weekend.

Women’s basketball looks to end losing streak

Dalton Hartmann, Staff Writer February 11, 2020

UTSA women’s basketball (6-16, 2-9 C-USA) went 0-2 during their home stand, with a loss against Old Dominion Monarchs (20-3, 10-1 C-USA) 62-43 on Feb. 6, and to the Charlotte 49ers (15-7, 6-5 C-USA)...

Timea Toth shoots a free throw after being fouled. The Roadrunners dropped this game to the Monarchs, 43-62.

Athlete of the Week: Timea Toth

Max Aguirre, Staff Writer February 11, 2020

from Dunakeszi, Hungary, has been a consistent presence on UTSA’s women’s basketball team for four seasons. Standing at 6-foot-1, she provides a great defensive effort for the team, consistently blocking...

Charlene Mass defends the basket against the Cardinals.

Women’s basketball begins home stand

Ryan Garza, Sports Editor January 21, 2020

UTSA women’s basketball (6-10, 2-3 C-USA) fell to the University of Texas at El Paso Miners, 54-94, on Jan. 18, and will have a two-game home stand before they hit the road once again. Three different...

Junior guard Loryn Goodwin is tightly gaurded by ASU senior guard Christina Robinson. Goodwin and Robinson put on some of the better perfomrances of the night. Goodwin finished with 37 points to Robinsons 16 points. Photos by Ethan Pham

Goodwin’s 37 points not enough as ASU takes home the win, 85-77

Patrick Martinez November 16, 2016

Arizona State pounded the inside with 40 points in the paint and 26 second-chance points to beat the Roadrunners at the Convocation Center on season-opening Friday night.  UTSA, led by junior guard Loryn...

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