Vivien Ip plays an important role in making sure players are achieving their peak performances and are pain free while they’re on the hardwood.
Despite the many obstacles thrown at athletes, such as career-ending injuries and the agony of season-ending defeats, junior Fabian Romo and senior Mark Ramirez Jr. have the support of their families during some of the difficult times in their careers.
Reaching the pinnacle in sports and having a shot at that brass ring is an ambition that many athletes strive for, but for Yuta Saito, just being involved in the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo, Japan, will be a dream come true.
MARSHALL, Minn. – The Lady Movin’ Mavs capped off a perfect 20-0 season, claiming its second national title in three years at the 2018 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament finals on Saturday.
MARSHALL, Minn. – The Movin’ Mavs ended their 2017-18 season on a high-note with defeating the University of Missouri 49-35 for third place in the 2018 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament on Saturday.
MARSHALL, Minn. — Several Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs players earned All-American honors at the 2018 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.
MARSHALL, Minn. — The Movin’ Mavs fell short of defending its national title in the 2018 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament semifinal on Friday.
MARSHALL, Minn. — Behind double-doubles from senior Abigail Dunkin and freshman Annabelle Lindsay, the Lady Movin’ Mavs clinched a berth into the championship game of the 2018 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament on Thursday night.
MARSHALL, Minn. — Sophomore Clarence McCarthy-Grogan's triple-double led the Movin’ Mavs to their first victory in the 2018 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament quarterfinal on Thursday.
With the craziness that comes with March Madness and its takeover of the college sports scene, the best in wheelchair basketball are set to have their own basketball madness in Marshall, Minnesota, in the 2018 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament hosted by Southwest Minn…
Three-time national champion and Movin’ Mavs alumnus Jesus Alamillo can add ‘Hall of Famer’ to his list of credentials after being chosen as one this year’s inductees into the Class of 2018 National Wheelchair Basketball Association Intercollegiate Division Hall of Fame.
After a long qualifying process, three Lady Movin’ Mavs survived the final cut with Team USA and were named to the 2018 U.S. Women’s World Championship Team and will travel to Germany in August.
After a few weeks off, the Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs returned to the court to go undefeated at the 2018 American Collegiate Society for Adapted Athletics Wheelchair Basketball Bash on Friday and Saturday in Wichita, Kansas.
Since taking the reins from Jim Hayes, longtime Movin’ Mavs coach and founder, head coach Doug Garner has led the program to multiple playoff appearances and its first national title in 11 years.
The Lady Movin’ Mavs moved to 3-0 Saturday in the Jim Hayes Memorial Wheelchair Basketball Tournament after a win against the Great Britain National Team.
The Movin' Mavs and the Lady Movin’ Mavs kicked off Homecoming weekend with the 2017 UTA Jim Hayes Memorial Tournament on Friday at the Maverick Activities Center.
The Movin’ Mavs are looking toward the 2017-18 season with higher expectations after winning a national championship against the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater last season.
Ricardo Lucien, international business major and team captain, fell four times before leading the Movin’ Mavs to their first championship in 11 years.