Rep. Tony Tinderholt introduced Bill HR 910 to honor the UTA Movin’ Mavs’ victory in the 2021 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Championship.
“We really wanted to come into their house and win this game,” said Doug Garner, Movin' Mavs head coach.
The Movin’ Mavs will face the No. 2 University of Alabama, and the Lady Movin’ Mavs will have a shot at redemption in their second game against Alabama on Saturday.
Several players from the men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball teams will represent Team USA and Team Canada on the international stage.
The men’s wheelchair basketball team will compete at Stran-Hardin Arena for Adapted Athletics on Friday in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
With the Movin’ Mavs, Romo earned All-American honors, helped the team to a national championship in 2017 and was called up to Team USA for multiple international tournaments.
After the national tournament was canceled due to the outbreak, the men's wheelchair basketball team is focusing on academic studies and in-home training.
The committee gave itself a four-week deadline to determine whether the games will go on in 2020 or at a later date because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The announcement follows the cancellation of the 2020 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament because of COVID-19 concerns.
The 2020 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament was canceled Thursday due to the spread of the new coronavirus.
Dallas was the toughest opponent of the weekend, and a lack of shooting efficiency on the Movin' Mavs' part contributed to UTA’s loss.
The Movin’ Mavs will open day two of the 2020 Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks Invitational against the Miami Heat Wheels Saturday at the Physical Education Building.
UTA hosted the the Lady Movin’ Mavs Wheelchair Basketball tournament on campus Feb. 7 to 9. The Lady Movin' Mavs consistently defeated their opponents throughout the tournament.
Graduate student Darlene Hunter was named to the 2020 U.S. Women’s Wheelchair Basketball National Team, which will compete in this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
UTA concluded the Lady Movin’ Mavs Wheelchair Basketball Tournament with a 61-37 win over the Shield Maidens on Sunday morning at the Physical Education Building.
Annabelle Lindsay will donate $2 for every basket she scores and $5 every time a player falls out of their wheelchair in the Lady Movin' Mavs’ Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.
The winning streak continues for the Movin’ Mavs (16-0) after going 4-0 this past weekend in a divisional tournament hosted at Auburn University.
The Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs competed in their third day of the 2019 Jim Hayes Invitational Homecoming Tournament on Saturday.
The women's wheelchair basketball team was contained by the half-court press defense of the Great Britain national team.
Players such as sophomore Annabelle Lindsay have some big shoes to fill, but past Lady Movin’ Mavs champions are confident they’ll do just that.