The longtime director of San Antonio Sports, Susan Blackwood, will be inducted into the nonprofit’s Hall of Fame on Feb. 4.
When former New York Liberty star Vickie Johnson became a free agent, she asked God where to go next. The answer – San Antonio – was clear but shocking.
Jeff Beverly, UTSA basketball’s leading scorer and second leading rebounder, long flip-flopped between playing football and shooting hoops.
Riley was completing an Executive MBA at Notre Dame when Spurs general manager R.C. Buford offered her the position.
After 12 years of life getting in the way of her education, Gina García earned her bachelor’s degree from Our Lady of the Lake University Saturday.
Mikayla Bass graduated from St. Mary’s University despite having myasthenia gravis, a life-threatening neuromuscular disorder for which there is no cure.
A little more than a dozen patients are participating in the FDA-approved trial. Most are recreational athletes, golfers, walkers, and tennis players.
In 7th grade, Samantha Sanchez became CEO of Sam’s Covers, a nonprofit organization which boasts numerous volunteers, a board of directors, and a website.
If San Antonio FC goalkeeper Matt Cardone has proven anything since he kicked his first soccer ball, it’s this: The young man is a keeper.
Rob Wicall, better known as the Spurs Coyote for more than 20 years, is moving on to the next step in his career.