Let's "Set" a Record!
See some of the best student-athletes in the nation at the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship, December 15 and 17 in the Alamodome. San Antonio is going for the attendance record for the women’s national tournament and one way you can help do that is to send one deserving girl or a whole team of ten girls to the matches.
Your gift will give joy and motivation to girls who might otherwise never have the chance to experience a national championship tournament in person. San Antonio Sports will work with our inner-city partners to identify young volleyball players and teams to be the beneficiaries of your generosity.
Please donate $33 to send one girl or $333 to send a team of ten girls to the Championship. Click here to find out more and help us “set” a record -- 17,431 fans are all we need!
Dr. Susan Blackwood
| Class of 2012 Announced for Sports Hall of Fame |
| The San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame has named five extraordinary individuals to the class of 2012. Bruce Bowen, three-time NBA champion, Stan Bonewitz, former state champion basketball coach at East Central High School, David Hill, NFL Pro Bowl player with the Detroit Lions, Leticia Morales-Bissaro, pitcher on St. Mary’s University’s 1986 national championship softball team, and notable U.S. equestrian leader, Lt. Col. John Russell will be recognized at the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Tribute on Friday, Feb. 10, 2012 in the Alamodome. The class was announced at San Antonio Sports’ Hall of Fame Golf Classic. Tickets to the black tie gala can be purchased online or by calling Myrna Reyes at 210.820.2109 or e-mail email@example.com. Click here to see pictures from the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Golf Classic and press conference announcement. || |
| Catch Soccer Fever |
| San Antonio will again be the site of the Big 12 Women's Soccer Championship today through Sunday at Blossom Soccer Stadium, 12002 Jones Maltsberger Rd. This will mark the 15th consecutive year the nonprofit San Antonio Sports has co-hosted the conference championship in the Alamo City with the University of Texas. For Texas A&M fans, this will mark the last time their team is eligible for the championship before the school moves to the Southeastern Conference (SEC) next year. All current Texas A&M students will be admitted free of charge with a student ID, thanks to the generosity of an Aggie alum. Tickets start at $7 (children 5 & under are free) and can be purchased at the gate or online at SanAntonioSports.org. |
The NCAA Division III Soccer Championship is also returning to San Antonio. The men’s and women’s championships will be held Dec. 2 and 3 at Blossom Soccer Stadium. San Antonio Sports is co-hosting the championship with Trinity University, whose men’s and women’s soccer teams are in contention for the tournament. To learn more or to purchase tickets, visit SanAntonioSports.org.
| Help Wanted: Join the Fun without the Run |
|The Rock ‘n’ Roll San Antonio Marathon and 1/2 Marathon is set to hit the streets of San Antonio on Sunday, November 13. San Antonio Sports needs 3,500 volunteers, 14 years of age and older, to assist with every aspect of the event including the Health & Fitness Expo, start line, and finish line. Teaming up with friends or family will make it an unforgettable experience. Each race crew volunteer receives t-shirt, a race goodie bag and is eligible to win PF Chang’s gift cards or a one night “staycation” at a local hotel, plus the satisfaction of helping others. To sign up go to www.rnrsa.com/volunteer and click on “race crew volunteer signup.” For information about any aspect of volunteering for the marathon, contact David Blank at 210-820-2191 or firstname.lastname@example.org.|
| $16,000 USOC Grant to Continue Adaptive Fencing Program |
|San Antonio Sports received a $16,000 grant to support the continuation of All Can Fence, which provides adaptive fencing and access to physical activity for disabled veterans, disabled members of the Armed Forces, and the physically disabled community of San Antonio. Partners include the San Antonio Fencing Center, Brooke Army Medical Center’s Warrior Transition Unit and Center for the Intrepid, and the Audie Murphy Veterans Administration Hospital. The grant funding for this program is awarded by U.S. Paralympics, a division of the U.S. Olympic Committee, through funding provided by Veterans Affairs. The grants are provided to facilitate the growth of Paralympic sport programming for disabled Veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces. For more information about our All Can Fence, please contact Anna Gonzalez at 210-355-8637. |
| Join. Volunteer. Participate. |
|Have you seen our new San Antonio Sports billboards, heard our radio ads or seen our TV ads? San Antonio Sports invites you to “Join. Volunteer. Participate.” and help our nonprofit organization continue to provide sports and fitness programs to thousands of children across the community and bring premier sporting events to San Antonio. Get in the game! Contact us at 210-820-2100 or email@example.com. || |
| Blackwood Presents Award to Susan Dell |
|San Antonio Sports Executive Director Susan Blackwood recently presented the United States Sports Academy's 2010 Dwight D. Eisenhower Fitness Award to Susan Dell. Blackwood (left) is on the board of trustees for the academy. Dell was being recognized for being an avid triathlon competitor and promoting physical fitness and children’s health as chairwoman of the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation. Also pictured is Dell’s husband (right), Michael, the founder of global technology company Dell Inc. || |
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| Champions Club |
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Gregg C. Popovich
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