The announcement came Friday, announcing Young’s leaving and Royce 'Snoop' Johnson as the Maverick’s interim head coach. He had an overall record of 20-34 and 11-… Read moreUTA parts ways with men's basketball coach Greg Young, interim head coach announced
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“I don't think that anything could keep me from coming back to Arlington”: Former Lady Movin' Mav returns as head coach
Morgan Wood, first-ever player for the team, was announced as head coach on June 10, replacing previous head coach Jason Nelms. Read more“I don't think that anything could keep me from coming back to Arlington”: Former Lady Movin' Mav returns as head coach
Jason Nelms said in an email he was fired on April 7 for violating UTA’s Title IX reporting policy and being involved in a consensual relationship with a former p… Read moreUTA terminates former Lady Movin’ Mavs head coach following Title IX investigation
The win marks the program’s 10th title and the first time UTA has won consecutively since winning four in a row in 1991-1994. Read moreMovin’ Mavs claim back-to-back national championships against The University of Alabama
The Mavs come into this year’s championship game after winning a tough matchup against the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 65-61. Read moreMovin’ Mavs advance to national championship final, aim for 10th title
Movin’ Mavs, Lady Movin’ Mavs play day two at National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament
The men’s team faced off against the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, while the women’s team played the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Read moreMovin’ Mavs, Lady Movin’ Mavs play day two at National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament
Movin’ Mavs, Lady Movin’ Mavs open National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament with wins
The men’s and women's teams will advance to play in the semifinals Friday.
Out of five games, the Movin’ Mavs started by defeating Alabama and Arizona then dominated over the San Antonio Parasport Spurs 79-42.
The men’s wheelchair basketball game won their three games by double digits and lost their lone game by three. The Movin’ Mavs are set to return home for their next games Feb. 12-13.
The Mavericks considered academics made the switch between conferences hoping to focus more on basketball and other sports. UTA was a member of the Western Athletic Conference during the 2012-2013 academic year before joining the Sun Belt Con…
The Movin’ Mavs will play again beginning Feb. 4-5 for the women’s team and the men’s team playing Feb. 11-12.
The men’s team will compete again on Jan. 28-29 for the University of Missouri Tournament, and the women’s team will play a home tournament Feb. 4-5.
Every player from the runner-up match will play on the team this season with the addition of two new players.
Doug Garner became head coach of the Movin' Mavs in 2008 and has coached wheelchair basketball since 1992.
Rep. Tony Tinderholt introduced Bill HR 910 to honor the UTA Movin’ Mavs’ victory in the 2021 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Championship.
The team received the honor after claiming its ninth National Wheelchair Basketball Association championship title.
Gina Giammanco, Tasha Koontz and Ashley Roe discuss how they keep athletes safe and healthy and what inspired them to pursue their careers.
The women’s wheelchair basketball team will look to earn their third national championship title in the best of three series Friday at Stran-Hardin Arena for Adapted Athletics.
Hailing from Waterloo, Indiana, Alex and Isaac Hummer play with a chemistry that can only be attained through a family bond.
The Movin’ Mavs were prepared to take on Alabama in the Homecoming Tournament, but due to inclimate weather the series was canceled.
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.
The UTA wheelchair basketball team is coming off a winning weekend after defeating the University of Alabama and Auburn University on the road.
The men’s wheelchair basketball team has recruited players from high-level play around the world to bolster the team’s strength.
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.
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.
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 Shorthorn sports desk talks to UTA’s coaches about how the COVID-19 outbreak has affected each of the university's sports programs.
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.
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.
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 team won 77-55 in a tight match against the Miami Heat Wheels, then followed up with a 77-39 win over the Toronto Rollin Raptors.
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.
The team will play their final homestand of the season at the Physical Education Building from Friday to Sunday.
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.