Get Your Rowdy On! – Homecoming T-shirts – On Sale Now!

Coach Coker, Rowdy, student designer Craig Hui and President Ricardo Romo ‘got their rowdy on’ in this year’s Official Homecoming T-shirt

The excitement and anticipation of the first fall homecoming and first football season continues to build. You can celebrate now by purchasing the official 2011 UTSA Homecoming T-Shirt—only available at Roadrunner Express at the Main Campus, or the Durango Building Information Desk at the Downtown Campus. Shirts cost $10.00 for sizes S to XL and $12.00 for size 2XL.

“This year’s shirt showcases a student design and celebrates the start of football at UTSA along with the homecoming theme of ‘Tradition, Spirit, Pride’,” said Herb Ganey of the University Center—the department leading homecoming t-shirt efforts this year.

The shirt itself is a navy football-jersey-style shirt with white trim at the neck and sleeves. A prominent Roadrunner-focused design adorns the front with the theme ‘Tradition, Spirit, Pride’ and the number 11—for 2011—on the back. The shirt was designed by UC student graphic designers Craig Hui and Anggi Priatmadi (not pictured.)

Roadrunner Express accepts cash, checks with proper ID, major credit cards, and Inter-Departmental Transfers (IDTs). The Durango Building Information Desk accepts the UTSACard only, and has a UTSACard recharge station nearby. For information regarding Homecoming T-Shirts, please call Roadrunner Express at 210-458-6159.

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