UTSA Football through the years
(December 8, 2016) -- In 2011, The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) made history when the team embarked on its first season of Roadrunner Football, under the leadership of Head Coach Larry Coker.
In its first campaign, UTSA set records for first game attendance (56,743) and average home attendance for a new football program (35,521).
UTSA Football grew its presence on the national stage in 2013, moving from the Western Athletic Conference to Conference USA. In 2016, UTSA tight end David Morgan II became the first Roadrunner drafted into the NFL.
The Roadrunners made history once again in their sixth season under first-year Head Coach Frank Wilson. They finished the regular season 6-6, earning their first ever bowl bid.
As the team prepares to take on the New Mexico Lobos at the Gildan New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 17, take a look back at UTSA Football through the years.
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Adult Mental Health First Aid consists of 6 hours of instructor-led training, in which teaches adults how to recognize the signs and symptoms that suggest a potential mental health challenge, how to listen nonjudgmentally and give reassurance to the individual, student/colleague, who may be experiencing a mental health challenge, and how to refer a person to appropriate professional support and services at UTSAJohn Peace Library (4.04.12C), Main Campus
Refusing to Forget is a collaborative effort to examine and expose the devastating impact of state-sanctioned racial violence throughout the early 20th century in the Texas Borderlands. This will be a two-day workshop.Gregory Luna Room, Buena Vista Building, Downtown Campus
Join fellow UTSA accounting alumni for this fun-filled event that includes breakfast, a round of golf, an awards luncheon and great prizes. All proceeds from the tournament benefit student scholarships.Canyon Springs Golf Club, 24405 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio, TX 78260
The Faculty Coffee Chat is designed to provide faculty members the space to discuss current issues they are facing in an inclusive and supportive environment.Virtual Event
These sessions are focused on incoming Freshman who are attending the UTSA Summer Orientation and are intending to major in areas within the College of Liberal and Fine Arts! We'll have important information and giveaways for you - come meet us.Willow room (SU 2.02.1), Main Campus
Part 1 of our Career Skills Summer Workshop Series! Jeffrey Patten from the UTSA Career Center will be presenting on how to build a resume.Virtual Event
Week 2 of our Career Skills Summer Workshop series.Virtual Event