The men’s basketball team will host Georgia Southern University at 2 p.m. Saturday at College Park Center.
The tournament is meant to immortalize former softball captain Melissa Boerner, who was killed in a car accident by a drunken driver on Aug. 23, 1998.
Aube led the Mavericks in multiple statistical categories as a junior and is now one of 36 athletes in 16 conferences named to the watch list.
New teams are in this week’s top spots for men’s and women’s basketball in the Sun Belt Conference. Upset victories and convincing wins contributed to major shake ups in these new power rankings.
Sophomore infielder Kimber Cortemelia currently leads the team with a .565 batting average and was a key contributor in UTA’s 3-1 finish at the Maverick Classic.
A 22-over-par outing led the men’s golf team to an 11th-place finish in its spring opener Tuesday at the All-American Intercollegiate in Humble, Texas.
Formed in 1992, the PBR is now an international spectacle bringing in six teams from five different nations to compete in an event known as the “Olympics of bull riding.”
Dallas was the toughest opponent of the weekend, and a lack of shooting efficiency on the Movin' Mavs' part contributed to UTA’s loss.
The Movin’ Mavs will open day two of the 2020 Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks Invitational against the Miami Heat Wheels Saturday at the Physical Education Building.
The Mavericks will play against the top team in the Sun Belt, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, at 2 p.m. Saturday at College Park Center.
As a result of the trade, the Wings will receive a 2020 fifth pick, a 2020 seventh pick via Seattle and a future first round pick.
There are high expectations for UTA this season after it was tabbed as the West Division favorite in a recent league preseason poll.
Even with the loss of five seniors and speed it lost to graduation, the Mavericks won’t stop fighting for a spot in the NCAA Regionals.
The women’s golf team kicked off its spring season with a seventh-place finish Tuesday at the Texas State Invitational in Kyle, Texas.
The men’s and women’s track teams continued their indoor seasons at the Charlie Thomas Invitational on Saturday at Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium in College Station. The men’s team finished in fifth place out of 14 teams, while the women’s team placed 11th.
Graduate student Darlene Hunter was named to the 2020 U.S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball National Team, which will compete in this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
UTA concluded the Lady Movin’ Mavs Wheelchair Basketball Tournament with a 61-37 win over the Shield Maidens on Sunday morning at the Physical Education Building.
The women's basketball team fell 80-62 against Coastal Carolina University on Feb. 8 at College Park Center. Senior guard Aysia Evans led the team with 24 points. The Lady Mavericks wore pink for UTA Beats Cancer Day.
Though the team matched the Chanticleers’ physicality in the first quarter, head coach Krista Gerlich attributed the loss primarily to lacking offensive aggression.