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Senior at the University of Texas Arlington. Women's Basketball Player #11. Future journalist.

The University of Texas at Arlington Cross Country team help there annual cross country meet at Lynn Creek park.. The men’s team had an outstanding performance placing in every spot in the top 5 places across the finish line. Justin Domain took first place and talked about his battle against the blisters on his feet during the race. Justin fought through the pain and fulled through with the win for him and his team.  The meet was a duel meet with SMU on the women’s side.  Head coach John Sauerhage was very pleased with both the men’s and women’s team performance and cant wait to see the progress that the teams will make this season.

 

Shelby Richards, UTA News

Women’s Basketball Community Service

The Women’s basketball team here at the University of Texas at Arlington took the initiative to team up with the SAAC (Student Athlete Advisory Comity ) program to give back to those effected by hurricane Harvey. The team came up with a total of 500 Items to donate. All the items where taken over to Mission Arlington, and from there the items will be distributed to those in need over in Huston Texas.  Head Coach Gerlich emphasizes on the importance of giving back to those in need.  Both SAAC and women’s basketball both really try to give back and help those in need.

 

Shelby Richards, UTA News shelby richards WBB

Career Development Center

Shelby Richards & Blanca Ventura

The career development center is located on campus in the University Center. The Career development center really focuses on helping students here at the University of Texas at Arlington  in any area that they need. Their main focus is on workshops, resumes, and cover letters. Although those are the main focuses in the center, students can go ask for help in any area that they need. If the center can not directly help the student they will guide them to a place on campus that can assist them. They welcome anyone and everyone here on campus and would love to help.

Shelby Richards, UTA News