EDINBURG — UTRGV volleyball coach Todd Lowery jokes that he felt like 15 people were in the stands during his first home match with the program two years ago.When UTRGV hosted Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Sept. 1, 2015, the announced attendance was 438. But for the team’s 2017 home opener, against AMCC on Sept. 5, UTRGV announced a record crowd of 1,079.“The feeling in the gym now, it’s definitely changed,” Lowery said. “Not just the number of fans, but the level of fan involvement.
EDINBURG — On paper, the UTRGV women’s basketball team had a successful opening weekend. The Vaqueros went 2-0, outrebounded their opponents by 8.5 per game and had three frontcourt players average double figures in scoring.The problem? UTRGV was playing a pair of Division III schools — Concordia and Trinity — and needed strong fourth quarters in both games to pull out victories.
EDINBURG — When UTRGV starting point guard Shaiann Tramble went down clutching her knee during the closing moments of the third quarter, junior Amara Graham could empathize.As a freshman last season, Graham played only 17 minutes across four games due to a right knee injury of her own.
@vaqsfan Not sure if it's an injury situation. To be honest, I don't think he was expected to be a difference-maker or impact player right away, so I haven't made a point of asking. But I will be sure to check on it and report back.
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