1. I-35 Rivalry: UTSA-Texas State
The I-35 Rivalry began in 1991 when UTSA joined the Southland Conference and has been going strong ever since. The two similarly sized Texas-based schools are only 60 miles apart, so there are lots of bragging rights on the line when these two meet. Make sure to get tickets when the Bobcats come to town as you wouldn’t want to miss UTSA and Texas State battle it out in the I-35 Rivalry.
2. Basketball Display Case
Check out the UTSA basketball display case when attending a Roadrunners basketball game. The exhibit features jerseys, basketballs, pictures, and much more, so stop by and see it before the game.
Rowdy is the official mascot of the UTSA Roadrunners, and his origin can be traced back to 1977. Since then Rowdy has become a fan favorite entertaining the crowds all throughout the game. Keep your eyes peeled for Rowdy on the sidelines as he is sure to put a smile on your face.
Hanging above the court are several banners honoring the Roadrunners trips to the NCAA Tournament. Take them all in to remember the best teams in UTSA basketball history.
5. Pep Band
The UTSA pep band helps provide a fun in-game atmosphere with their tunes. The band plays a lot of UTSA songs including “Go Roadrunners, Go,” so make sure to enjoy the pep band when attending a Roadrunners basketball game.
5. UTSA-North Texas Rivalry
UTSA and fellow Texas-based Conference USA members North Texas have a growing rivalry. The two schools both joined Conference USA in 2013 and have there have been some great matchups between the schools since then. Don’t miss it when UTSA and North Texas square off as you’ll be in for a treat.
7. Cheer and Pom Squads
You won’t have to worry about keeping yourself entertained at a UTSA basketball game. The cheer and pom squads put on great performances and will keep you glued to the action even during stoppages in play.