UTSA Athletics Camps
UTSA Athletics Softball Team
Baseball · June 30-July 1:
High School Competition & Evaluation
Baseball · July 7-10: Youth Summer Camp
Baseball · July 21-24: Youth Summer Camp
Baseball · Aug. 11-13: Youth Elite Summer
Camp (Limit 50)
Baseball · Aug. 23: High School
Baseball · Sept. 28-Oct. 19 (Sundays):
Fall Hitting Academy
· Sept. 28-Oct. 19 (Sundays):
Fall Pitching Academy
Men's Basketball · June 27-28: Shooting
Men's Basketball · June 30-July 3: Day
Men's Basketball · July 16-19: Day Camp
Softball · June 26: Pitching Camp (must
bring own catcher)
Men's Tennis · July 7-10
· June 23-27 (9 a.m.-3 p.m. June
23-26/9 a.m.-12 June 27)
Volleyball · July 7-10: All Skills II
Volleyball · July 14: Setter Camp
Volleyball · July 15: Outside Hitter Camp
Volleyball · July 16: Middle Hitter Camp
Volleyball · July 17: Defensive/Libero
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UTSA Counseling Services offers comprehensive program of crisis
services to assist students
For students facing serious physical, emotional or mental health
crises, UTSA Counseling Services offers a comprehensive program of
crisis services aimed to assist students who are victims of sexual
assault and students who are at risk of harm to themselves and
Orientation and Transition Services
Fall Rowdy Ties Orientation -
Rowdy Ties at the 1604
Campus June 24-26
A comprehensive family orientation began on June 24th as
family members and guests experienced the university tailored
specifically to their interests. Activities included an introduction by
Dr. Gage Paine and other staff, a breakfast and other informational
Orientation Leaders guided Rowdy Ties participants through a
campus tour, sessions dealing with academic policies and offered
advice throughout the program. In addition, OL’s presented
educational, dramatic pieces throughout the two days.
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"Getting To Know You......."
Name: Jennifer Lilly
Title: Assistant Director for Volunteer Services
Department: Inclusion & Community Engagement Center
Advise Volunteer Organization Involving Community Education &
Organize campus-wide service programs including the Volunteer
Opportunities Fairs, Babcock Rd. Clean-up, OXFAM Hunger Banquet,
Alternative Spring Break Trips, United to Serve, and more!
Connect students and student organizations (& staff!) with
community agencies in need of volunteers. Track volunteer impact
& recognize individual and organizational achievements in
I grew up in Dallas (real Dallas, I’m an inner city girl!) and moved
to San Antonio to attend Trinity University after graduating from
Woodrow Wilson HS. During college, I had the opportunity to spend a
semester in Madrid, Spain, and then returned to graduate with a BA
in Sociology. I was very involved with student organizations on
campus and loved the idea of working on a campus, but wanted to give
social work a try. After graduating I moved to Houston where I
worked for Child Protective Services for a year and a half before
heading to Aggieland where I entered the Student Affairs
Administration in Higher Ed. master’s program. I was thrilled to
head back to San Antonio after graduating and plan to stay in the
area for as long as possible. It is such a great place to live!
Boston Market: Server & Cashier (love the creamed spinach!)
City of Dallas: Lifeguard, pool manager, synchronized swimming
State of TX: Child Protective Services Specialist
Texas A&M University: GA for Volunteer Services in Student
Georgetown Law Center: ACUHO-I Housing/Conference Intern
UTSA: I am 2 weeks shy of my 1 year anniversary here!
Describe your job:
I get to work with UTSA’s finest...the students of VOICES! They are
a very diverse group, with members from all different majors &
backgrounds, but they all have one thing in common: a passion for
service! I also meet with students who want to get involved with (or
are court ordered to get involved with) community service, work with
student organizations on service initiatives, connect agencies in
need of volunteers with the UTSA community, and support the many
other ICE Center programs! I love working with volunteer services
because I get to combine my two major career interests: social
work/community outreach & student affairs!
What is the most unusual job related case you have worked on?
Recycling bottles at Kyle Field while at A&M was an unusual task –
the student organization I advised, and I, would recover bottles
from the stands, empty and bag them after each game. We would
recycle up to 1600lbs of plastic each weekend!
What job skills to you use most often?
I am a big believer in the StrengthsQuest themes, and mine are
Relater, Empathy, Connectedness, Achiever, & Developer. I use them
all quite often!
How do you unwind?
I hang out with my dachshund Frank and spend time with family and
friends. I love going to art museums, restaurants, the rivers and
lakes in the hill country, and festivals in the area.
What advice would you give to other Student Affairs staff?
Get to know other staff around campus! There are so many ways we can
work together if we know who to reach out to. Oh, and volunteer from
time to time
How can we reach you?
Between now and August 1, you can find me in the ICE Center (UC
2.01.04). After the 1st, I will be moving in to a store
front office in UC III with VOICES. You can also always call x4770
or send me an email at
Thank You Rowdy Travels
Across Student Affairs
Thank You Rowdy has a special mission in Student Affairs - to travel
across UTSA recognizing the good work of staff members.
Within the Division of Student Affairs, Thank You Rowdy is presented
from one Student Affairs staff member to another in recognition and
appreciation of work done well - taking extra assignments to provide
support, offering unsolicited assistance, or completing tasks in a
Whatever the situation, contributions like this are made every day
and Thank You Rowdy helps us recognize them.
To: Priscilla Garcia
From: Barbara Reyes
I am passing on the Thank You Rowdy to you as a “thanks” for your
help during the May 15 and 16, 2008
NCHERM Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment Institute which
held here at UTSA. Your demeanor, generosity and willingness to help
out has impressed me and you were definitely one of the key elements
in keeping the conference organized. Moreover, you are a very nice
person and I'm so glad to have met you!
Priscilla Garcia (L) receives
'Thank You Rowdy' from Barbara Reyes (R)
Barbara reads 'Thank You Rowdy'
message to Priscilla
(L) to (R) at the Rowdy Party:
Elizabeth Stanczak, Priscilla, Shirley Pipes, Barbara
'Thank You Rowdy'
From: Thomas Baez
To: Gage Paine; Sam Gonzales; Elizabeth M. Stanczak
Thanks so much for your support in me attending the MMI at EKU in
Richmond, Ky. It was a very valuable experience and we received
great attention and support. We heard from various DSA
administrators and discussed many important issues related to
management within the profession of Student Affairs. I made many new
connections across the country. Dr. Conneely (VPSA-EKU) was a great
host and even invited us to his home for a wonderful picnic with his
staff. He sends his regards.
Again thanks so much for the opportunity.
Wichman and son, Jimmy Feigen, who is going to the Olympic
trials in swimming next week.
2008 Dan Cook Cup: Boys athlete of the year -
Churchill's Jimmy Feigen
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