The Movin' Mavs and Lady Movin' Mavs tipped off their season with three decisive victories in the home stand competition.
International wheelchair basketball teams will make their way to UTA from June 20 through 25.
Over the weekend, UTA hosted the largest 3-on-3 wheelchair basketball tournament in the world.
While the Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs teams each ended their 2018-19 season with a loss, both added another deep playoff run to what is a storied UTA wheelchair basketball program.
The Movin’ Mavs (17-5) and Lady Movin’ Mavs (17-1) will participate in the UA Early College Collegiate Classic from March 1 to 2 at the University of Alabama.
The Movin’ Mavs took home bronze in the third-place game of the Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks Invitational Tournament with a 69-56 win over the NRH Punishers.
The Movin’ Mavs put forth an impressive performance at the Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks Invitational Tournament over the weekend.
The Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs are set to compete in the 2019 Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks Invitational from Friday to Sunday.
The Movin’ Mavs (7-2) went undefeated at the Mizzou Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament over the weekend to make a statement in their first road trip of the season.
Hoping to bounce back from two losses in its home opener, the Movin’ Mavs (3-2) will put their skills to the test in the Mizzou Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament this weekend.
Following their national championship-winning season in 2018, the Lady Movin’ Mavs were presented with their championship rings at halftime of the men’s basketball team’s season-opener.
Hot off an undefeated, national championship-winning season, the Lady Movin’ Mavs look to repeat their feat and be the first team to win consecutive titles since the ’90s. Under former head coach Jim Hayes, the men’s team won four titles in a row, from 1991 to 1994. Lady Movin’ Mavs head coa…
With the wheelchair basketball season just around the corner, the Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs will host a few games Saturday for Parent & Family Weekend.
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.