Texas A&M-San Antonio celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and has cleared one major hurdle in its bid to start an intercollegiate athletics program.
Members of the Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio are playing on a new $1.1 million field built with the help of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation.
After the Fed Cup, tennis officials and local organizers don’t expect San Antonio will have to wait long to host another elite tennis competition.
The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
The short-lived football league this week filed for Chapter 7 in San Antonio, where it had its most successful franchise.s.
Among the U.S. players competing against Switzerland in the Fed Cup April 20-21 in San Antonio are eighth-ranked Sloane Stephens and No. 14 Madison Keys.
A fire in March destroyed one of The Advocates Boxing Youth Program’s buildings. The organization is hoping to raise $55,000 to rebuild it.
San Antonio’s roller derby team elicits the same sort of thrill as professional wrestling, with skaters adopting on-track alter egos and zany nicknames.
Fans who purchased tickets to the final San Antonio Commanders home game of the season Saturday will be able to get refunds after its cancellation.
The Valero Open golf tournament raises millions for charities each year, impacting San Antonio children, families, and organizations.
With two weeks left in its scheduled inaugural season, the Alliance of American Football is shutting down, ending the San Antonio Commanders’ brief run.