Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of The University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

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Baseball legend David Denny shares Texas experiences with son

Riley Neuheardt November 24, 2015

David Denny has plenty of reasons to want to visit his old stomping grounds at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. The former third baseman is one of Texas’ most successful hitters. He helped bring Texas to...


Graduate student wins Ironman 70.3 Collegiate National Championship triathlon

Riley Neuheardt November 17, 2015

To Jacob Bremer, every second of a triathlon matters. He constantly reminded himself that as he prepared for the Austin Ironman 70.3 U.S. Collegiate National Championship race on Nov. 8. But the kinesiology...


Where are they now? Former softball star Brejae Washington strives to leave legacy in National Pro Fastpitch league

Riley Neuheardt November 10, 2015

Brejae Washington knew she wanted to be a Longhorn immediately after watching the team compete in the 2006 Women’s College World Series. She said she idolized Texas pitcher Cat Osterman’s tenacity...


Former soccer player continues competitive drive in medical school

Riley Neuheardt November 3, 2015

Brenda Saucedo still has vivid dreams about touching the ball. She remembers the silence and stillness of standing next to her teammates, waiting to run out of the locker room, a muffled rendition of “The...


Where are they now? Former track star trains at UT for 2016 Olympics

Riley Neuheardt October 22, 2015

Trey Hardee has compiled his fair share of accomplishments. Since his arrival to the University of Texas 11 years ago, Hardee’s résumé includes two NCAA championships and a silver medal...


Adapted Sports Night raises awareness about adapted sports on campus

Riley Neuheardt October 22, 2015

Pushing past physical limitations can be a crucial part of success for athletes. For athletes of disability-adapted sports, such as wheelchair basketball or paratriathlons, overcoming physical limitations...


Where are they now? Youngest 2015 inductee into Longhorn Women’s Hall of Honor reflects on career

Riley Neuheardt October 6, 2015

In 2009, Destinee Hooker walked off the court, crushed after losing the NCAA championship — her last game as a Longhorn volleyball player. No. 2 Texas fell 3-2 by top-ranked Penn State after taking...

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Where are they now? Former graduate-student athlete pursues Olympic track dream

Riley Neuheardt September 29, 2015

Olivia Mickle was no stranger to NCAA competition when she arrived at Texas in 2013, but being the sole graduate student on the track and field roster was a new experience entirely. Mickle was...

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