The second annual Keep it Movin' Wheelchair Basketball Tournament will be held Monday through Wednesday at the Maverick Activities Center.
After graduation, senior Austan Pierce plans on moving on, finding a job in the area and settling down. While Pierce’s plans seem normal, his career at UTA has been anything but.
“You throw like a girl.” “You’re not strong enough.” “Boys are tougher.”
The Lady Movin’ Mavs hosted the 2015 National Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Tournament this past weekend, and though they didn’t compete, it still served as an opportunity for more practice.
The Denver Rolling Nuggets upset the University of Arizona wheelchair basketball team, 55-31 for the 2015 National Women's Wheelchair Basketball championship Sunday at the Physical Education Building.
The University of Arizona wheelchair basketball team advanced to the 2015 National Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Championship after a 46-28 win over Lincolnway Special Recreation Association Saturday in Arlington.
It all came down to the final seconds, but it was the University of Arizona who prevailed with a 50-46 win over the Denver Rolling Nuggets Saturday at the 2015 National Women's Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.
The Denver Rolling Nuggets opened their stint in the 2015 National Women's Wheelchair Basketball Tournament with a 51-16 victory over the Seattle Storm.
The University of Arizona wheelchair basketball team claimed its territory in the opening round of the 2015 National Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Tournament and took down the Seattle Storm, 47-15.
It wasn’t their eighth national championship, but a third place finish still felt good for the Movin’ Mavs in the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament Saturday in Columbia, Mo.
The Lady Movin' Mavs won't return home with any hardware after a one-point loss to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in its first National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament Saturday at the Brewer Fieldhouse.
In a battle of size versus speed, it was the University of Illinois who maneuvered its way past the Movin’ Mavs, 58-57, in the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball semifinals Friday in Columbia, Mo.
The opportunity to compete for a National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball title came and went quickly after the University of Illinois overcame the Lady Movin' Mavs, 49-43 on Thursday at the Brewer Fieldhouse.
Back with a full and more electric roster, the Lady Movin’ Mavs will take their first opportunity to compete for a title in the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament with a vengeance.
The Movin’ Mavs advanced to the semifinals of the 2015 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament with a 79-41 blowout over Southwest Minnesota State University on Thursday in Columbia, Mo.
The Movin' Mavs will compete for their eighth national championship in the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament March 5-7 at the University of Missouri.
Maverick Monday is designed to give readers an idea of who athletes are off the field and provide fans an opportunity to see who they're cheering for. This week, senior Andreas Kraft answered some questions about his career and love for wheelchair basketball.
The Physical Education Building was clogged with the aroma of burnt rubber Saturday, but it proved how hard the Movin’ Mavs wheelchair basketball team pushed.
The team is off to the start it expected, head coach Doug Garner said.
Players and coaches from the basketball teams and the Movin' Mavs converged at Blaze's Sports Grill on Wednesday for the second annual Mavericks Tip-Off.
If the route the Movin’ Mavs wheelchair basketball team put on against the University of Alabama was any indication of the season, the Mavs should be just fine without their star player.
The Lady Movin’ Mavs only have one season of experience, but that isn’t lowering their expectations this season. They want to win, and Movin’ Mavs head coach Doug Garner expects it.
The Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs spent Halloween with tough competition as they hosted the University of Alabama’s wheelchair basketball teams Friday at the College Park Center.
The men’s and women’s Movin’ Mavs teams will celebrate Halloween on the court against the University of Alabama on Friday at the College Park Center.
It was short-lived, but Maverick Madness provided some insight into what the men’s and women’s basketball teams could look like this season.
The madness will officially begin next week.
Legends are honored in different ways. Some have statues erected in their honor and some have buildings named after them.
The Movin’ Mavs wheelchair tennis team rolled its way to the 2014 ITA/USTA Intercollegiate Wheelchair Tennis National Team Championships this past weekend at the Tennis Center.
Whether it's the basketball court or the tennis courts, the Movin’ Mavs are always up for competition.
The University of Illinois player Jesus Villa dribbles down the court during their consolation game against Southwest Minnesota State University during the National Wheelchair Basketball Association Tournament on Friday at the Maverick Activities Center. Illinois secured fifth place in the tournament by defeating the Mustangs, 58-31.
Senior John McPhail topples over University of Missouri senior Carter Arey during their tournament game on Friday at Maverick Activities Center. The Movin' Mavs advanced to the finals to face the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater on Saturday at the College Park Center.
Junior Jan Gans, far right, shoots for a score during the semifinal against the University of Missouri at National Wheelchair Basketball Association Tournament on Friday at Maverick Activities Center. The Movin' Mavs beat Missouri 63-52.
Senior Malcolm Wright goes for a shot against the University of Missouri on Friday at the Maverick Activities Center.
The University of Missouri senior Carter Arey looks for a pass against the Movin' Mavs on Friday at Maverick Activities Center.