Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners
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RECORD: 20 - 12 REGION: Phoenix SEED: 16|
COACH: Tim Carter CONFERENCE: C-USA
Road to the Final Four ...................................................................................
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UTSA has trouble with teams that can play inside, whether pounding the ball down low or slashing to the hoop.
Famous Last Words
The Roadrunners enter the tourney hot, but their weaknesses are significant ones, especially against the level of competition they're about to meet.
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TO THIS POINT
How They Got Here: The Roadrunners are four wins from hosting the Final Four. Hey, we can dream, can't we? Actually, UTSA is ahead of schedule when it comes to returning to the Dance. It's only other appearances came in 1988 and 1999. This year, UTSA won 10 of its last 11 games and won the tournament as the No. 3 seed after Stephen F. Austin knocked off top-seeded Texas-Arlington in the semifinals.
PLAYER TO WATCH
LeRoy Hurd | F | Junior
The SLC player of the year lived up to his regular season accolades, scoring 23 points in the title game. Hurd led the conference in scoring for the second straight season. He is versatile enough to play any position on the court, but likes to play on the wing where his 35-inch vertical leap comes in handy in transition.