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A Sun Belt Championship for men’s tennis, wins over Ohio State and Memphis for men’s basketball and a 19-0 start to the season for the softball team are just a few highlights from UTA Athletics this spring.

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UTA got a glimpse of the exposure the WNBA could bring the university Monday when the franchise formerly known as the Tulsa Shock was introduced as the Dallas Wings.

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The Athletics department announced a new scholarship Thursday afternoon that will go into effect in the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Between a trip to Georgia — the country, not the state — and dozens of meetings, Athletics director Jim Baker had little time to rest in one of UTA’s busiest summers in recent years.

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The women’s basketball team is holding itself to a higher standard both in the classroom and on the court this season. The players hope to be able to maintain their grades and be more successful in the game.

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Men’s basketball head coach Scott Cross was expecting the underclassmen to play a big role for the team this season, but he probably wasn’t expecting to play them so soon.

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Movin’ Mavs fans have an opportunity to see more exciting wheelchair basketball as one current player and four UTA alumni compete with 13 other players in tryouts for the USA Men’s National team Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Maverick Activities Center.

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UTA’s athletics programs will dare to be great. That’s the vision statement. UTA’s athletics programs will win. That’s the mission statement. While there are several steps between those statements and their realizations, each of the university’s sports teams has shown commitment to the visio…

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The first-ever women’s golf program will tee off at UTA in 2017, according to an announcement from university athletics Monday.

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Tickets are now on sale for the 2015 UTA All Sports Banquet set for April 27 at the College Park Center. 

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The athletics department will host a tailgate and offer free food, T-shirts and transportation to the baseball team’s first-ever meeting with the UT-Austin on Tuesday at Globe Life Park.

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NEW ORLEANS – Senior guard Jamel Outler fell to the ground and buried his head in his jersey after a loss to Texas State University cut the men’s basketball season short Thursday in New Orleans.

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Jay Rees is saying goodbye to the green fairways of the golf course as he rides west into the sunset with his family in life after UTA coaching.

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With only a month left of volleyball, the College Park Center workers are hoping for the same crowd involvement with basketball.