Participants play football, basketball, sand volleyball and futsal while maintaining precautions like wearing masks and sanitizing equipment.
As the UTA Ultimate Frisbee team wraps up its fall slate, players around the club reminisce on their love for the sport.
Inside the Maverick Activities Center on Sunday, students, staff and people from around the Metroplex came out to participate in the UTA Table Tennis Open, organized by Vikas Sagi, captain of the Table Tennis Club and industrial engineering graduate student.
Toward the end of May, the U.S. Olympic Committee paired with NBC Sports Network to search for the "Next Olympic Hopeful." Thousands of applicants tried out, but only 100 made the first cut.
With the fall semester beginning Thursday, the Mavericks Activities Center is expecting anywhere from 4,000 to 5,000 students the first day of class.
Once students get settled in and find their way around campus for the new semester, the next step is finding fun activities and ways to get involved.
Students spend hours on Twitter or Netflix to avoid homework, but instead of glaring at a bright computer screen, a hike in the fall weather may just be the perfect escape.