Gina Giammanco, Tasha Koontz and Ashley Roe discuss how they keep athletes safe and healthy and what inspired them to pursue their careers.
UTA trainers and coaches explain how anyone can tap into the benefits of working out by being mindful of their needs and developing a consistent approach.
This is the final installment of a five-part series on athletes returning to UTA’s sports teams after the pandemic shortened their senior seasons.
Athletic director Jim Baker recently appointed Michael Hill, assistant athletics director for communications, to lead the new committee.
Athletics director Jim Baker contemplated the decision to restrict fans with executives from College Park Center, taking the Sun Belt Conference’s recommendations into account.
The Sun Belt Conference has suspended all regular-season competitions and conference championships across all sports indefinitely due to coronavirus concerns.
On Wednesday, NCAA president Mark Emmert announced that attendance would be limited at the 2020 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments due to the progression of COVID-19 in the U.S.
Alumnus Emory Estes remembers how the sound of the Victory Bell filled the stadium following a big play or touchdown during UTA football games.
Children of military veterans had the opportunity to learn basketball drills and experience UTA's atmosphere and facilities as the event was hosted for the first time on campus.
UTA athletics has a storied history that each student-athlete has added lines and pages to, President Vistasp Karbhari told the crowd at the All-Sports Banquet on Monday in the College Park Center.
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…
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.
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.
There were laughs and tears, but most of all, reverence towards former student-athletes being inducted into the UTA Athletics Hall of Honor Friday night.
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.
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.
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.
Senior sprinter Clayton Vaughn and members of the UTA track and field team prepare to leave for the NCAA West Preliminaries in Austin this weekend.