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Roadrunners respond to Hurricane Harvey

Roadrunners respond to Hurricane Harvey

Samuel De Leon and David Wenske

September 7, 2017

Students, faculty and administrators are supporting victims of Hurricane Harvey’s destruction by starting donation drives, volunteering with cleanup efforts and raising money. In a recent email addressing students and faculty, UTSA President Taylor Eighmy outlined UTSA’s efforts to provide relief...

Men’s basketball finishes regular season with win

Men’s basketball finishes regular season with win

Bryan Gallardo

March 8, 2017

The UTSA Roadrunners ended their basketball sea- son (13-19, 8-11 C-USA) this past Saturday. Jeff Beverly and Lucas O’Brien made a clear point in the final game that the Roadrunners can defeat anyone. Senior center Lucas O’Brien had his final home game March 4 which resulted in one last w...

Men’s basketball nabs 10th homecourt victory

Chris Herbert

February 15, 2017

The 2016-17 men’s basketball team has lost four out of the last six games and is ninth in Conference USA. The team has learned that defense is its biggest strength. Sophomore center Nick Allen’s words brilliantly summarized the men’s basketball season after the tough, grind-it-out 57-51 victo...

Photos: UTSA Roadrunners vs Charlotte 49ers

Frankie Leal

November 30, 2016

UTSA Head Coach Frank Wilson celebrates with senior offensive tackle Gabriel Casillas (left) and senior tight end Trevor Stevens after a 33-14 victory over the Charlotte 49ers (4-8, 3-5 C-USA) that makes the Roadrunners (6-6, 5-3 C-USA) bowl-eligible for the first time in the program’s history...

Athletic Fee Increased from $120 to $240 with Addition of UTSA Football Team

November 18, 2015

Andrea Velgis, The Paisano The mandatory athletic fee for full-time UTSA students is $240 per semester. This is the second highest fee that students are required to pay. The highest overall fee is the “Automated Services Charge” ($300 per semester), which includes funding for th...

Morgan Embracing Role as Leader

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November 18, 2015

Shabazz I. Dawkins, The Paisano UTSA senior David Morgan II has transformed since his freshman season into someone with NFL-level ability and arguably the best player that UTSA can boast. At 6’4”, 260 pounds, Morgan has the type of elite size that excites scouts an...

Winless Roadrunners fall again

September 29, 2015

Andrea Velgis, The Paisano On Saturday, September 26, the UTSA football team hosted Colorado State in their final non-conference game of the season. The team fought hard from start to finish but ultimately would fall just short of a victory, losing by a score of 33-31. In what was the 50th ...

Satire: Wrong classroom, what now?

August 27, 2015

Tuesday, Aug. 18 marked the first day of college for incoming UTSA freshmen, something to be enjoyed and celebrated as they begin their semester. For student Missy Stake, this was to be her first day as an English major. Excited, she was ready to begin studying the subject she had enjoyed her whole l...

Campus culture and tradition takes time and patience

April 21, 2015

Let’s do the numbers. Over the last five years, UTSA has increased its research spending by 97 percent. UTSA boasts the largest business school in The University of Texas System and is nationally ranked by the Princeton Review, Business Week and HispanicBusiness. Moreover, UTSA’s College ...

UTSA’s offense stands out at Spring Game

April 21, 2015

Marcus Connolly, The Paisano The UTSA football team held their annual Fiesta Spring Game on Saturday, April 18. The scrimmage placed the offense, wearing white, against the defense in blue. The white team prevailed by a score of 57-42 The Spring Game used an adjusted scoring method, wherein...

Roadrunners softball sweeps Miners

April 21, 2015

Marcus Connolly, The Paisano The UTSA Roadrunners (30-14, 12-5 C-USA) swept the UTEP Miners (13-32, 8-10 C-USA) this weekend three games to none at Roadrunner Field. With the wins, the Roadrunners earned their first 30-win season since 2006. UTSA softball is now sitting in first place for C...

UTSA has final open spring Practice Bogenschutz, Robinson fighting for starting role

April 14, 2015

Marcus Connolly, The Paisano On Saturday, April 11, UTSA football had their final open practice before Saturday’s highly anticipated Fiesta Spring Game at the Alamodome. A lot of attention throughout the spring campaign has been placed on the increasingly competitive quarterback bat...