Mikayla Woods scores 32 as UTSA women fall to Sam Houston State

Mikayla Woods led UTSA with 32 points and 11 rebounds in Sunday's loss to Sam Houston State. - photo by Joe Alexander
Mikayla Woods led UTSA with 32 points and 11 rebounds in Sunday’s loss to Sam Houston State.
Sam Houston State got off to a fast start and beat UTSA 81-77 in women’s basketball on Sunday at the UTSA Convocation Center.

Sam Houston State built a 28-16 lead at the end of the first quarter and led for most of the game. UTSA caught up in the second hand and led briefly.

UTSA’s Mikayla Woods scored a career-high 32 points. Woods, a freshman guard from Pflugerville Hendrickson, had a double-double with 11 rebounds

Freshman guard Karley Larson had 10 points for UTSA and freshman guard Charlene Mass added 8.

Jenniffer Oramas led Sam Houston State with 20 points.

UTSA fell to 3-6 on the season. Sam Houston State is 4-3.

Keaton Wallace drives UTSA past A&M-Corpus Christi

Keaton Wallace had 31 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists in UTSA's victory over A&M-Corpus Christi on Tuesday at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
Keaton Wallace had 31 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists in UTSA’s victory over A&M-Corpus Christi.
Keaton Wallace scored 31 points to lead UTSA to an 89-67 victory over A&M-Corpus Christi on Tuesday at the UTSA Convocation Center.

Wallace drove at the basket aggressively, resulting in baskets and free throws. He was 15-of-15 from the free-line, setting a school record for free throws in a game without a miss.

Jacob Germany, Knox Hellums and Jhivvan Jackson had 12 points each for UTSA (2-6).

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  • Prairie View A&M’s outside shooting too much for UTSA

    Jhivvan Jackson had 30 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists for UTSA in a loss to Prairie View A&M on Saturday at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
    Jhivvan Jackson had 30 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists for UTSA in a loss to Prairie View A&M on Saturday at the UTSA Convocation Center. – photo by Joe Alexander
    Prairie View A&M got off to a fast start shooting 3-pointers and beat UTSA 79-72 on Saturday at the UTSA Convocation Center.

    Prairie View A&M was 9-of-15 from 3-point range for the game and made their first five 3-point attempts in the first half. Gerard Andrus led the Panthers with 20 points.

    Jhivvan Jackson led UTSA with 30 points and Keaton Wallace had 11. The Roadrunners fell to 1-6 on the season and 1-1 at home.

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  • Trinity men beat Howard Payne for first win of season

    Trinity's Jordan Lippman had a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Trinity beat Howard Payne 90-78 on Monday. - photo by Joe Alexander
    Trinity’s Jordan Lippman had a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds in Trinity’s victory over Howard Payne.
    The Trinity men’s basketball team beat Howard Payne 90-78 on Monday night at Trinity.

    Stephen Molina led Trinity 21 points, Jordan Lippman had 19 points and 11 rebounds, Jack Williams had 14 points and Ben Hanley had 11 points.

    It was the first win of the season for the Tigers (1-3).

    Luke Cox led Howard Payne (1-3) with 15 points.

    UTSA beats Wiley College for first win of season

    Jhivvan Jackson made a team-high five 3-pointers and scored 31 points in UTSA's victory over Wiley College on Nov. 22, 2019 at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
    Jhivvan Jackson made a team-high five 3-pointers and scored 31 points in UTSA’s victory over Wiley College.
    Jhivvan Jackson scored 31 points, Keaton Wallace had 14, Atem Bior had 11 and Erik Czumbel had 10 as UTSA beat Wiley College 90-68 in men’s basketball on Friday night at the UTSA Convocation Center.

    It was the first home game and first victory of the season for the Roadrunners (1-5).

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  • Freshmen spark UTSA women past UIW

    Charlene Mass had 10 points for UTSA in a 63-56 victory over UIW on Monday at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
    Charlene Mass had 10 points for UTSA in a 63-56 victory over UIW on Monday at the UTSA Convocation Center. – photo by Joe Alexander
    Three freshmen from the state of Texas scored in double figures as the UTSA women’s basketball team beat Incarnate Word 63-56 Monday at the UTSA Convocation Center.

    Mikayla Woods, a starting guard from Pflugerville Hendrickson, led the Roadrunners with 12 points and 4 assists.

    Adryana Quezada, a starting forward from Frisco Lone Star, had 11 points.

    Charlene Mass, from Converse Veterans Memorial, came off the bench at guard and had 10 points.

    Macy Ray led Incarnate Word with 10 points. Ray is a sophomore guard from Katy Taylor.

    The Roadrunners (2-0) play their next game on the road Thursday against Texas. UTSA is back at home next Monday against University of the Southwest.

    Incarnate Word (1-1) plays its next game at home on Nov. 19 against Texas A&M International.

    UTSA opens men’s basketball season against Oklahoma

    UTSA junior Jhivvan Jackson, playing against Texas A&M International in an exhibition game on Oct. 30, 2019, led the Roadrunners last season with 22.9 points per game. - photo by Joe Alexander
    UTSA junior Jhivvan Jackson, playing against Texas A&M International in an exhibition game on Oct. 30, 2019, led the Roadrunners last season with 22.9 points per game. – photo by Joe Alexander
    The UTSA men’s basketball team opens its 2019-2020 season on the road tonight against Oklahoma.

    Game time is 7 p.m. The game will be on the radio in San Antonio on AM-760.

    More coverage at theJBreplay.com and goUTSA.com.

    A first look at new UTSA men’s basketball players

    UTSA's Austin Timperman (32), Eric Czumbel (10), Phoenix Ford (12), Jacob Germany (24) and Makani Whiteside (5). The Roadrunners beat Texas A&M International 89-60 in an exhibition game on Wednesday, Oct. 30. 2019 at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
    UTSA’s Austin Timperman (32), Eric Czumbel (10), Phoenix Ford (12), Jacob Germany (24) and Makani Whiteside (5). – photos by Joe Alexander
    UTSA beat Texas A&M International 89-60 in an exhibition game on Wednesday, Oct. 30. 2019 at the UTSA Convocation Center.

    The 2019-2020 Roadrunners men’s basketball roster includes these new players:

    5 Makani Whiteside, 6-4 freshman guard from Madera, California

    10 Erik Czumbel, 6-3 freshman guard from Verona, Italy

    12 Phoenix Ford, 6-8 sophomore forward from St. Petersburg, Florida

    21 Knox Hellums, 6-5 junior guard from Tomball, Texas

    24 Jacob Germany, 6-11 freshman center from Kingston, Oklahoma

    32 Austin Timperman, 6-9 freshman forward from The Woodlands, Texas

    44 Luka Barasic, 6-10 junior forward from Osijek, Croatia

    UTSA's Erik Czumbel (10), Makani Whiteside (5), Jacob Germany (24), Luka Barisic (44) and Knox Hellums (21). The Roadrunners beat Texas A&M International 89-60 in an exhibition game on Wednesday, Oct. 30. 2019 at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
    UTSA’s Erik Czumbel (10), Makani Whiteside (5), Jacob Germany (24), Luka Barisic (44) and Knox Hellums (21).
    UTSA's Makani Whiteside (far left) and Phoenix Ford (12). The Roadrunners beat Texas A&M International 89-60 in an exhibition game on Wednesday, Oct. 30. 2019 at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
    UTSA’s Makani Whiteside (far left) and Phoenix Ford (12).
    UTSA's Phoenix Ford (12), Jacob Germany (24), Austin Timperman (32) and Eric Czumbel (10). The Roadrunners beat Texas A&M International 89-60 in an exhibition game on Wednesday, Oct. 30. 2019 at the UTSA Convocation Center. - photo by Joe Alexander
    UTSA’s Phoenix Ford (12), Jacob Germany (24), Austin Timperman (32) and Eric Czumbel (10).

    Trinity’s Paul McGinlay scores 500th win

    Trinity athletic directory Bob King (right) honors soccer coach Paul McGinlay after McGinlay recorded his 500th career win on Friday. - photo by Joe Alexander
    Trinity athletic directory Bob King (right) honors soccer coach Paul McGinlay after Friday’s game. – photo by Joe Alexander
    Trinity soccer coach Paul McGinlay earned his 500th career victory Friday night when the men’s team beat Texas Lutheran 4-0 at Trinity.

    McGinlay was hired at Trinity in 1991. He coached the Tigers to the 2003 NCAA Division III national championship. In 2011, Trinity renamed its home field Paul McGinlay Soccer Field.