Pat Hallmark, UTSA baseball earn sweep to open season

UTSA coach Pat Hallmark and the Roadrunners opened the 2020 season with a 2-0 victory over Quinnipiac on Friday. - photo by Joe Alexander
UTSA coach Pat Hallmark and the Roadrunners opened the 2020 season with a victory over Quinnipiac on Friday.
New UTSA head baseball coach Pat Hallmark is off to a fast start.

The Roadrunners swept a weekend series against Quinnipiac 2-0 on Friday, 5-1 on Saturday and 13-3 on Sunday to open the 2020 season.

Hallmark spent the previous two seasons as the head coach across town at University of the Incarnate Word.

UTSA opening-day starter Slater Foust earns win

UTSA starter Slater Foust throws the Roadrunners' first pitch of the season. Foust got the win as UTSA beat Quinnipiac 2-0 on Friday. - photo by Joe Alexander
UTSA starter Slater Foust throws the Roadrunners’ first pitch of the season.
UTSA veteran pitcher Slater Foust was the Roadrunners’ opening-day starter on Friday.

The 6-foot-2 right-hander threw 6 2/3 shutout innings and got the win as UTSA beat Quinnipiac 2-0 at Roadrunner Field.

Foust allowed one hit with six strikeouts and three walks.

The junior from Georgetown, Texas, and Liberty Hill High School had an 8-2 record with a 2.96 ERA last season for UTSA.

Dylan Rock scores Roadrunners’ first run of 2020

Dylan Rock beats the throw home to score UTSA's first run of the season. - photo by Joe Alexander
Dylan Rock beats the throw home to score UTSA’s first run of the season.
UTSA’s Dylan Rock scored the Roadrunners’ first run of the season in the bottom of the first inning of Friday’s season opener.

The Roadrunners beat Quinnipiac 2-0 at Roadrunner field.

Rock singled with one out in the first and stole second. He scored on Griffin Paxton’s single.

Rock is a junior outfielder from Sugar Land, Texas. – photo by Joe Alexander

UTSA’s Keaton Wallace slam dunk

UTSA's Keaton Wallace throws down a dunk at the UTSA Convocation Center on Feb. 1, 2020, against Middle Tennessee. - photo by Joe Alexander
UTSA’s Keaton Wallace throws down a dunk at the UTSA Convocation Center on Feb. 1, 2020, against Middle Tennessee.
Keaton Wallace is the UTSA men’s basketball team’s No. 2 scorer with 19.0 points per game.

In addition to his talent for impressive dunks, the 6-foot-3 junior guard from Dallas is also second on the team in 3-pointers made (70).

The Roadrunners’ next game is at home on Thursday at 8 p.m. against Marshall.

More on Keaton Wallace and Jhivvan Jackson at www.theJBreplay.com:
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UTSA’s Jhivvan Jackson still 2nd nationally in scoring

UTSA's Jhivvan Jackson has scored 675 points in 25 games so far this season, averaging 27.0 per game. - photo by Joe Alexander
UTSA’s Jhivvan Jackson has scored 675 points in 25 games so far this season
UTSA junior Jhivvan Jackson has been near or at the top of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball scoring list all season.

The 6-foot guard is currently second in the nation at 27.0 points per game.

Markus Howard of Marquette is the top scorer in the nation at 27.4 points.

The Roadrunners split two Conference USA road games last week. Jackson scored 45 points in an overtime victory over Old Dominion.

UTSA is back home for two CUSA games this week – against Marshall on Thursday and Western Kentucky on Saturday.

UTSA women fall to Charlotte in annual pink game

Senior forward Evelyn Omemmah had 14 points for the Roadrunners. Charlotte beat the UTSA women in CUSA on Saturday. - photo by Joe Alexander
Senior forward Evelyn Omemmah had 14 points for the Roadrunners.
Charlotte beat UTSA 67-47 Saturday in Conference USA women’s basketball in the Roadrunners’ annual pink game at the UTSA Convocation Center.

Evelyn Ememmah led UTSA with 14 points and Mikayla Woods had 11 points and 6 rebounds. Jazmin Harris led Charlotte with 14 points.

UTSA fell to 2-9 in CUSA and 6-16 overall. Charlotte is 6-5 and 15-7.

UTSA women fall to Old Dominion

Mikayla Woods led UTSA with 11 points. Old Dominin beat UTSA in CUSA women's basketball on Thursday at UTSA. - photo by Joe Alexander
Mikayla Woods led UTSA with 11 points.
Old Dominion beat UTSA 62-43 in a Conference USA women’s basketball game on Thursday at the UTSA Convocation Center.

Freshman guard Mikayla Woods, who averages a team-high 15.3 points per game, led the Roadrunners with 11 points and 3 assists.

UTSA fell to 2-8 in conference and 6-15 overall. Old Dominion, led by Victoria Morris and Taylor Edwards with 14 points each, is 9-1 in CUSA and 19-3 overall.

St. Mary’s opens baseball season with win against Cameron

Patrick Fennell rounds third base on the way to scoring the first St. Mary's run of the 2020 season on Jan. 31 at Dickson Stadium. - photo by Joe Alexander
Patrick Fennell rounds third base on the way to scoring the first St. Mary’s run of the 2020 season.
St. Mary’s opened its 2020 baseball season with a 5-0 shutout of Cameron on Friday at home at Dickson Stadium.

Rattlers starting pitcher Zach De La Garza went six innings to earn the win. He gave up three hits and struck out eight batters.

Patrick Fennell scored the first run of the season for St. Mary’s in the bottom of the second inning. Fennell led off the inning with a single, advanced on Mitchell Caskey’s double and scored on an error.

UTSA drops home game against UAB

Keaton Wallace scored 26 points for UTSA in Thursday's loss to UAB. - photo by Joe Alexander
Keaton Wallace scored 26 points for UTSA in Thursday’s loss to UAB.
Alabama Birmingham (UAB) beat UTSA 76-68 in a Conference USA game on Thursday at the UTSA Convocation Center.

Coverage on www.theJBreplay:
Game summary by Jerry Briggs
UTSA vs. UAB photo gallery

Trinity’s Abby Holland named SCAC player of the week

Trinity's Abby Holland led the Tigers to a victory over Texas Lutheran on Friday at Trinity. - photo by Joe Alexander
Abby Holland led the Tigers to a victory over Texas Lutheran on Friday at Trinity.
Trinity senior Abby Holland scored 20 points on Friday as the Tigers beat Texas Lutheran 82-57.

Holland, a forward from Georgetown, Texas, was named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s basketball player of the week.