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We firmly believe that a championship mindset is contagious. Student-athletes across all sports will receive NIL opportunities through the Runners Rising Project. This support will help UTSA recruit and retain talent and bring top level college athletics to San Antonio.
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A conversation with Jordyn Jenkins of UTSA Basketball
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A conversation with Zoe Lam of UTSA Soccer
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A conversation with Lindsey Davis of UTSA Softball
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A conversation with Siena Guttadauro of Women’s basketball
Siena Guttadauro is a freshman guard on the women’s basketball team. Siena is from San Jose California where she attended Archbishop Mitty High School. Siena …
A conversation with Mia Krusinski of UTSA Soccer
UTSA Women’s soccer are the Conference USA champions for 2022. The talented ladies had a phenomenal run in the conference tournament that took place in …
A conversation with Kevorian Barnes of UTSA Football
By now every UTSA football fan knows the name Kevorian Barnes. Barnes had a breakout season for UTSA after starting the year as the fourth …