UTEP ATHLETICS held their Centennial Weekend Nov. 14 - 15 click to see photos.
Fans will have the opportunity to meet 23 of the greatest players in UTEP football, men's and women's basketball history - and get their autographs -when the Miners celebrate their Athletics Centennial Weekend Nov. 14-15.
Fans can attend three UTEP games – football & men’s and women’s basketball – for the price of one this weekend as part of a blockbuster Centennial Weekend ticket special. Plus all seats for the football game Saturday are only $10 in celebration of the UTEP Centennial Teams coming to campus.
Today is Day 52 in the Countdown to UTEP’s Centennial Year. Today we have a list by sport of notable Miner athletes over the past 100 years. Men’s Basketball Nate Archibald (1967-70) Nate Archibald led UTEP to its first Western Athletic Conference
Today we launched the new Centennial Tour Series with a once-in-a-lifetime, behind-the-scenes tour of UTEP athletics facilities led by Athletics Director Bob Stull, who shared personal stories and fascinating insights into the facilities and teamwork that support UTEP’s student athletes.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oct. 9, 2013 Contact: Mark Brunner E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (915) 472-6038 EL PASO, Texas– The UTEP soccer team will play host to Conference USA East Division leader Charlotte in its only match of the week at University
GECU, El Paso’s largest locally-owned financial institution, has partnered with UTEP Athletics to celebrate 50 years of Sun Bowl Stadium. On Sept. 21, GECU will sponsor the UTEP vs. UTSA football game, exactly 50 years to the day that the
Everyone agrees that Don Haskins is the greatest coach in UTEP basketball history. But who are the greatest players? A year from now, UTEP will turn 100 years old. And to celebrate the milestone, we are asking YOU — the
On March 19, 1966, Texas Western College changed the face of college basketball. Here is a video clip of the game’s final seconds from the UTEP YouTube page: At the El Paso Times, Trish Long posted a story from 1966