To play college basketball, sophomore forward Jorge Bilbao had to become an international student. Read moreInternational player calls UTA home
Last season, head coach Krista Gerlich lost more games in a five month span than she had in any year of her basketball career. Read moreWomen's basketball looks to flip program around
The clocks aren’t turning back, only the players. Read moreUTA falls back on old-fashioned ways
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 the… Read moreCoach pushes for academic excellence
Good basketball players make plays for the team, whether it’s giving up an open shot to make the extra pass or sacrificing their body for a loose ball.
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.
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.
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.
Senior guard Jamel Outler is the threat every head coach loves to have and every opposing coach hates to plan around.
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.
Legends are honored in different ways. Some have statues erected in their honor and some have buildings named after them.
The Movin’ Mavs and Lady Movin’ Mavs gave spectators a brief preview of their teams Thursday at the Maverick Activities Center.