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Groff and Pittman reflect on the postponement of volleyball and soccer

Sophomore Setter Courtney Walters

Julia Maenius, Assistant Sports Editor

September 11, 2020

Following months of uncertainty, the Conference USA (C-USA) Board of Directors decided to postpone the soccer and volleyball seasons. This decision directly impacted the Roadrunners’ fall athletics schedule, as the athletes had already been on campus preparing for their regular seasons. “It came ...

Soccer ties for second in tournament

Courtesy of Sam Flores

Jose Bouquett

September 11, 2019

A promising weekend for UTSA’s woman’s soccer team (3-2) ends in major disappointment. Under the scorching Texas sun, UTSA hosted their first soccer tournament since 2013, and it came with its highs and lows. The Roadrunners came out to play during their first game of the tournament ag...

UTSA soccer tames Texas State Bobcats

Katieann Lochie and Ellis Patterson run towards the ball. Lindsey Thomas/The Paisano

Lindsey Mione

April 16, 2019

Continuing the spring season for the UTSA women’s soccer team, the Roadrunners faced Texas State University at 2 p.m. at the Park West Stadium on Sunday, April 14. At the start of the game, Isa Hernandez had the first shot-on-goal for the ‘Runners. A few moments later with 10 minutes on the clock,...

WKU hands UTSA soccer their seventh conference loss

Defender Sarah Bayhi dribbles the ball in the open field. Chase Otero/The Paisano

Ryan Garza

October 25, 2017

The UTSA women’s soccer team was back in action at Park West last Thursday night as they took on the Western Kentucky University Lady Toppers. The Roadrunners looked to snap a five-game conference losing streak against the Lady Toppers who came into the contest with a 2-4-1 record in conference pla...

Athlete of the week: Jordyn Lacy

Lacy rears back her leg before the shot. Photo courtesy of Jeff Huehn/UTSA Athletics

Frankie Leal

October 12, 2017

In the midst of a losing season for the UTSA women’s soccer team in 2016, Jordyn Lacy proved to be one of the bright spots for the team. In 2016, Lacy started every match for UTSA and made a huge impact when she was on the field. Lacy tallied five goals and five assists during her freshman campaign, ...

UTSA women’s soccer suffers fourth straight loss

UTSA defender Sarah Bayhi clears the ball. Chase Otero, The Paisano

Ryan Garza

September 6, 2017

After three straight losses, the Roadrunners came into Sunday’s match against Oklahoma State looking to turn their luck around. However, the Cowgirls entered the contest with a no-loss 4-0-1 record. The nationally ranked Cowgirls stood in the way of a Runners’ victory. Throughout the early stages of the game, the...

UTSA women’s soccer on the brink of a new season

Sophomore Jordyn Lacy prepares to take a shot. Chase Otero, The Paisano

Frankie Leal

August 22, 2017

After a combined 8-27-2 record over the past two seasons, all eyes are on UTSA women’s soccer and Head Coach Greg Sheen as they aim to turn things around for their 2017 campaign. Although UTSA soccer has struggled to make a run in recent years, the future of the team looks bright, and they are poi...