Chess Team Heads to President’s Cup

Chess Team Heads to President’s Cup

Players qualify for second consecutive year, reflect on importance of improving strategies before April match Fresh off their qualifying fourth-place finish at the Pan-American Intercollegiate Team Chess Championship in December, the UTD chess team is gearing up to head to the 2020 President’s Cup for the second year in a...

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Heads Up High

Heads Up High

Men’s basketball holds out hope for ASC Championship qualification after latest loss With the final blare of the buzzer going off, men’s basketball faced a tight loss to  Sul Ross.  Despite the 68-65 loss, UTD still has a chance of securing a top four spot in the American Southwest Conference....

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New Year, New Meta

New Year, New Meta

Patch 9.23 brought map changes that transform ‘Rift’ into different elements “League of Legends” got a massive pre-season patch, changing the drake system, map and various other systems of the game. With massive meta changes, the UTD League team is adapting as necessary. The biggest change to “League of Legends”...

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Comets Start Decade with Win Streaks

Comets Start Decade with Win Streaks

Basketball teams bring strong presence in ASC opening games against Ozarks, hope to defend last year’s titles Men’s and women’s basketball won their first American Southwest Conference opener games of the season before starting winning streaks for their respective teams. The men’s team beat the Ozarks 69-57 at the Dec....

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Triumph and Tragedy

Triumph and Tragedy

Former guard may never play again after collapsing on court during first game of senior year. Seven minutes into the very first game of the men’s basketball season, a player began to approach the team bench to ask for a substitute. Though it was not unusual for a player to...

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Forward by Day, DJ by Night

Forward by Day, DJ by Night

Men’s soccer forward Jovi Munoz helped lead UTD to ASC gold with two game-winning goals in the ASC semi-finals and finals. From the field to the booth, Munoz is a multihyphenate student and recent conference MVP. Munoz, a supply chain junior said he has been playing competitive sports since the...

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Victory amidst Adversity

Victory amidst Adversity

The men’s basketball team had a rocky start to their season with a loss to UT-Arlington followed by a player collapsing on the court during a game. The team, which has a 2-1 overall record, is still recovering from the loss.  Junior guard Curtis Allen was injured ten minutes into...

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Been There, ‘Run’ That

Been There, ‘Run’ That

Cross-country starts season off strong with fi rst, second place at recent ASC championship At around 6:30 every morning while the campus and sun still lie dormant, the UTD cross-country team warms up and prepares for the day’s training. This is the same routine that the team had leading up...

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‘Unfinished Business’

‘Unfinished Business’

Comets redeemed themselves with eight-game win streak in ASC championship After losing the first set (25-20) to the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor, the Comets (24-4) began their climb to ASC victory. The ASC championship rounded out an eight-game winning streak for the Comets who shut down UMHB to take the...

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Volleyball Wins Sixth ASC Title

Volleyball Wins Sixth ASC Title

The UTD volleyball team won its sixth straight American Southwest Conference East Division title at the second ASC Crossover Tournament of the season. The team kicked off the first of two ASC crossover tournaments with a Sept. 27 game against Sul Ross State, which the Comets won 3-0. Throughout the...

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