Serving the University of Texas at San Antonio Community Volume 1, No. 8 November 27, 1990
If this year's season openers are any indication of the rest of the season, UTSA will be a force to con¬ tend with as they play their last season in the Trans- American Conference.
Both the men's and women's teams set scoring records in their games against Southwest Texas State and Schreiner, respectively. The men racked up 132 points, and the women put in a 113 point showing.
The men are coining off a 22-7 season, the winningest season for UTSA so far. UTSA's jump to the Southland Conference next year will change the fiekl of competitk)n. Yet, at this point, both teams look ready for anything.
Saturday's game was a runaway from the start for the men. The 78-48 halftime lead himed into a 132-97 final score. Dar- ryl Eaton sank 28 points for high scoring honors with Keith Horn close behind with 26 points. T.J. OUuuwon put in 17 points and 14 rebounds, rounding out the record hi^-scoring ni^t.
The Lady Roadrunners were equally impressive beating Schreiner 113-89. Tammy Rogers managed 25 points in a vir¬ tually one-sided game.
Both teams performed exceptionally well for this early in the season. The men will take on Colorado in the Convo tomor¬ row, Wed., at 7:30 p.m. and the Ladies will host Wayland Bap¬ tist on Friday at 7:30.