Joe Rodriguez

Joe is a volunteer with the Runners Rising Project. Joe is a cyber security professional working in San Antonio and a proud UTSA alum.

A conversation with Alan Magadan of UTSA Men’s Tennis

The Runners Rising Project talked with Alan Magadan to talk about the historic and record setting UTSA Men’s tennis season. Be sure to help fund deals like this by visiting: http://runnersrisingproject.org/contribute Check out the interview: Thank you for taking the time to talk with us Alan! Be sure to follow Alan on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/alanmagadan26/

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A conversation with Simon Miller of UTSA Baseball

Simon Miller sat down with the Runners Rising Project team to discuss his dominant performance this last season. IF you enjoy this type of content and want to ask questions for future interviews with UTSA student-athletes please consider making a contribution to the project. 100% of profits will be distributed to UTSA student-athletes via various NIL deals. You can hear the interview below: We’d like to thank Simon for chatting with us!

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A conversation with Trey Moore of UTSA Football

Last season Trey Moore was named to the 2022 Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) Freshman All-America Team. For those of us that followed UTSA this last season know exactly why. Moore was also named to Conference USA’s all freshman team as well as all-conference honorable mention. Trey had 59 tackles to go along with 18 tackles for loss, breaking former UTSA great Marcus Davenport’s single season record. Trey is a San Antonio native coming out of Smithson Valley High School where he played for head coach Larry Hill. After as stellar high school career, Trey was selected by the

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A Conversation with Antonio Valdez of UTSA Baseball

The Runners Rising Project team jumped on zoom call to chat with Antonio Valdez this past season. Antonio led UTSA to one of best seasons in program history. As part of the team this year, he batted .387, had 65 RBIs, and 13 homeruns. Playing third base for the Roadrunners, he posted a .955 fielding percentage. Antonio grew up in Corpus Christi Texas and attended baseball powerhouse Ray High School. Initially attended UIW where he was coached by both Coach Hallmark and Ryan Aguayo. Antonio then spent some time at San Jacinto Junior College before making his way to Baylor.

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A conversation with Jordyn Jenkins of UTSA Basketball

By now every UTSA basketball fan knows the name Jordyn Jenkins. Originally from Kent, Washington, where she attend Kentridge High School, Jenkins made her way to UTSA from USC last summer. She made her presence felt immediately. Jenkins won both the Conference USA Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year. Jordyn joined the Runners Rising Project team to talk a little about herself and her journey to UTSA. Topics discussed: IF you enjoy this type of content and want to ask questions for future interviews with UTSA student-athletes please consider making a contribution to the project. 100% of profits will be

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A conversation with Zoe Lam of UTSA Soccer

Zoe Lam is the first female Runners Rising Leader for 2023. Zoe is a junior defender/midfielder on the CUSA conference championship women’s soccer team. Originally from Cheyenne Wyoming, Zoe has several titles to her name including 2018 state champion. Zoe is also a force off the pitch earning both C-USA Academic Honor Roll and Commissioners Academic Medal for 2021-22. As a Runners Rising Leader, Zoe earned a long-term NIL deal with the Runners Rising Project. An honor well-deserved given Zoe’s involement with TopSoccer, a US youth soccer program for children and adults with intellectual, emotional, or physical disabilities. Read more

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A conversation with Lindsey Davis of UTSA Softball

The Runners Rising Project team recently interviewed Lindsey Davis from UTSA Softball. Lindsey is a sophomore outfielder from Monticello Florida. Topics discussed: The Runners Rising Team would like to thank Lindsey for chatting with us! Be sure to follow Lindsey on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/lindsey.mdavis/ IF you enjoy this type of content and want to ask questions for future interviews with UTSA student-athletes please consider making a contribution to the project. 100% of profits will be distributed to UTSA student-athletes via various NIL deals.

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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 was part of the Monarchs 2020 Northern California Championship team and played club/travel basketball as part of the San Jose Cagers. Siena sat down to talk to the Runners Rising Project team as part of a NIL deal with her. Topics discussed: The Runners Rising Team would like to thank Siena for chatting with us! Be sure to follow Siena on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/SienaGuttadauro IF you enjoy this type of content and want to ask questions for

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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 Charlotte, North Carolina this last November. Defending the goal for UTSA was Mia Krusinski, a red-shirt sophomore goalkeeper from nearby Dallas, Texas. Mia saved 4 goal attempts in the championship game against FAU, earning her a spot on the All-tournament team. Prior to UTSA, Mia spent time at Florida Gulf Coast University before transferring back to her home state. Winning is very familiar to Krusinski. In high school she was a two-time state champion and

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