The cancellation of the 2020 summer Olympics rocked the sports world, but the UTA community is proud to see alumni among the world’s best athletes.
Tavera set a program record by striking out 117 batters and earned First Team All-Sun Belt and Second Team ABCA All-Region during his final season with UTA.
With this third loss, the team sits in the bottom of the Western Conference and holds the ninth seed in the league.
Guard Marina Mabrey scored 28 points at Saturday’s game, with the team making 17 three-pointers to set a WNBA season-high and franchise record.
Head coach Vickie Johnson has high hopes for the team and reminds them to focus on being their best versions rather than looking too far ahead into the season.
Montez Young Jr., Waxahachie High School forward, led his team to the regional finals during his senior season and verbally committed to the Mavericks in March.
The Mavericks honored eight seniors in their final home game and will start their three-game season finale against Texas State on Thursday at Bobcat Softball Stadium in San Marcos, Texas.
The duo of junior pitchers Carlos Tavera and Tanner King accomplished the first no-hitter for the Mavericks in 38 years and the first combined no-hitter in program history.
Rep. Tony Tinderholt introduced Bill HR 910 to honor the UTA Movin’ Mavs’ victory in the 2021 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Championship.
The Mavericks offense sometimes struggles to bring runners home, which could spell disaster with two high-ranking pitchers among the Mountaineers.
The team will be back home for a three-game series against Appalachian State at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Allan Saxe Field.
Minjarez needs three more games to etch his name in the UTA history books as the player with the most all-time appearances.
Junior pitcher Carlos Tavera’s 37 strikeouts in conference play leads the Sun Belt, and the bats are starting to heat up for the Mavericks.
Miller is the fourth player in program history to have three or more home runs in a single game and the first Maverick to pull it off since 1998.
Both on the court and off, Kylee Kapp and Brooke Townsend demonstrate close bonds fostered by shared interests, complementary personalities and respecting boundaries.
Participants play football, basketball, sand volleyball and futsal while maintaining precautions like wearing masks and sanitizing equipment.
The team will face a former Mavericks pitcher when they play Oklahoma State University on Wednesday before facing conference rival Coastal Carolina University on Saturday.
The Wings are the first team in WNBA history to select the first two picks in a draft. The team also selected the fifth pick in the first round and the 13th pick in the second round.