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Being a Roadrunner is a source of pride that only those who bleed orange and blue can truly understand. The Roadrunner Athletic Fund directly supports our student-athletes and sports programs.

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The Roadrunner Athletic Fund is supported by alumni, fans, faculty, staff and friends of UTSA. Your donation to the Roadrunner Athletic Fund directly supports our student-athletes and sports programs. UTSA's goal is to develop champions in the classroom and on the field. Your financial commitment makes this possible. Learn more about the Roadrunner Athletic Fund


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Club Sports and Intramurals

Club Sports is an integral part of UTSA's campus recreation program. From lacrosse to ice hockey, UTSA Club Sports offers many opportunities to participate in highly competitive sport activities, learn new skills, improve skill levels and enjoy the recreational and social fellowship derived from sports involvement. Intramural Sports are a perfect opportunity for students, faculty and staff to participate in traditional and non-traditional sports on-campus.

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Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation is proud to offer the UTSA community, including students, faculty/staff, alumni and their spouses or partners, two state-of-the-art recreation and wellness facilities. The main facility is located on the Main Campus, directly across from the Convocation Center. A satellite facility is at the Downtown Campus, on the third floor of the Durango Building.

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