Honoring Sisters on Campus was the event happening in the Rosebud Theater Tuesday Night. The Collection of Brothers organization put on the event to recognition African American ladies that in their opinion, represent what it means to be a black woman at UTA.
The moment batters walk up to the plate they get a little burst of energy from their favorite tune. There’s just something about hearing the beat to the song you pick that’ll give you motivation to hit a dinger. The UTA baseball team explains how tough it is to pick that song, and also the effect it gives them when they walk up to the batters box.
Everyone doesn’t make a roster in division 1. If you do make the team that doesn’t mean you’re on scholarship either. Sophomore walk on Phil Childs has traveled a long road to get onto the UTA Mens Baseball roster. Here’s the story on the outfielder’s process to the Mavericks.
The Men’s and Women’s track team had a great showing at their lone home meet of the year on Saturday March 24th. All relays teams won gold as well as some individual runners. For some of the athletes, it was their last home meet of their careers, but they rose to the occasion and blazed around Maverick Stadium, one last time. The team’s next meet will be March 30-31, at the university of Texas at Austin for the Texas Relays.
The UTA Mens basketball team competed in the Sun Belt conference tournament with aspirations of qualifying for the NCAA tournament. Reporter Andrea Ayers tells the story on how they did and the awards some of the players accumulated while playing in New Orleans.
With spring break fast approaching, and tests given by teachers, intramural participants had to endure an everlasting night of flag football. Due to multiple cancellations of playoff games because of rain, the Campus Recreation organization scheduled the flag football games to be played in one night. This includes all divisions like Fraternities, Residence Halls, Co-rec and regular Mens league. Check out how participants endured this rigorous night.
There were kids from all over the district piled into the College Park Center Friday afternoon. They were there to watch the Lady Mavericks ball against Georgia Southern. Here’s a look at the atmosphere and how the game turned out.
February 10 was a night to remember for Kevin Hervey as he broke the school record for career rebounds. Hervey not only broke the record that night but he also led the team to a win with 33 points. The Mavericks battled against Texas State University while celebrating Military Night at the College Park Center. This game was key for UTA since the Bobcats were one spot ahead of them in the conference standings. With this win the Mavericks have placed themselves in the top four of the Sun Belt standings, and are looking at a first round bye in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.
On February 1st and 3rd the UTA Men’s Basketball team had two games against their conference foes. Erick Neal had an amazing game leading the Mavericks to a strong performance. On Saturday the Mavericks had to turn to other options for offense and some unexpected teammates stepped up. Davion Turner and Johnny Hamilton helped the team inch closer to a top four seed in the Sun Belt Conference tournament.