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.
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
The San Antonio Missions have released their 2020 schedule.
The Missions will play in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League for the second season in a row.
Opening day is April 9, 2020, at Wolff Stadium.
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.
UTSA freshman Courtney Walters served up seven aces in a volleyball match on Tuesday at the UTSA Convocation Center.
That set a Roadrunners school record for aces in a three-set match.
UTSA beat Incarnate Word 25-16, 25-16, 25-8.
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Army beat UTSA 31-13 on Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Alamodome.
The game included hard hitting on the field as well as some extra military flavor.
Trinity opened the 2019 football season with a 41-10 home-field victory over McMurry on Thursday night.
Trinity quarterback Wyatt Messex completed 18-of-25 passes for 250 yards and five touchdown. Chris Stewart caught six passes for 125 yards and three touchdowns.
Even front row seats are a long way from some positions on a baseball field.
During the course of the 2019 San Antonio Missions season, I occasionally got closer a look at some of the players.
That seemed like a good way to wrap up my summer from Wolff Stadium.
The third and final game of my trip to catch up with some former 2019 San Antonio Missions players was on a sunny afternoon at Wrigley Field.
The Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-1 on Friday, Aug. 30, 2019.
It was a tough day for the former Missions. Keston Hiura started at second but suffered a hamstring strain and went on the injured list the next day.
Hernan Perez started at third base. Trent Grisham and Cory Spangenberg both got in the game late.
Former Missions pitchers Ray Black and Jay Jackson each threw one scoreless inning in relief.
Game photos taken from my seat in Section 225.
The second game of my Milwaukee Brewers trip was a sunny afternoon at Miller Park.
Keston Hiura hit his 16th major league home run as the Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 Wednesday, Aug. 28.
Former San Antonio Missions in the Brewers’ starting lineup were Trent Grisham in center, Hiura at second and Cory Spangenberg at third.
Hiura had two hits including a double and three RBIs. Grisham also had two hits with a double.
Game photos from my seat in section 208.