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San Antonio Sports Sidelines - April 2012
San Antonio Sports

April, 2012

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Girls Got Game
Girls Got Game






San Antonio Sports Corporate Cup
Corporate Cup 2012
Enjoy a day-long friendly competition that encourages camaraderie, wellness, charitable giving and athletic skill. Sign up your team today!

Pull for Kids

Pull For Kids 

Don’t miss this first-rate invitational shotgun shoot benefit! Space is limited. Register today by calling 210.820.2112 or emailDorsena Picknell




NCAA Championship City



Let's Be a City of Corporate Champions

Don’t miss out on a great team-building opportunity for your company--large or small--when San Antonio Sports hosts its inaugural Corporate Cup on Saturday, June 2. The University of the Incarnate Word will be the site of 13 events, from a 4x100 relay and 3-on-3 basketball to golf chipping and dodgeball. There is something for every skill level and it promises to be lots of fun. Space is limited so register your team today! To learn more, visitSanAntonioSports.org.


Dr. Susan Blackwood
Executive Director



Viva Go!Kids!
The 2012 San Antonio Sports Valero Go!Kids ChallengeTM draws to a close with a free afternoon of field day fun on Sunday, April 22. Thousands of children in grades K-5 have been physically active for an hour at least six days a week and getting their free bottle of Fresh Choices water at area Valero Corner Stores. The field day is a free event for the entire family on the football field in the Alamodome. Families can come any time between noon and 3 p.m. 

Go!Kids will receive a free sling pack and the families can enjoy activities like hula hoop madness, soccer shootout, bean bag target, agility ladder, sack race, fitness circuit, race walking, parachute popcorn, and tail snatch tag. Shamu, the Spurs CoyoteSan Antonio Talons Sky DancersEl Rey Feo and many other mascots and sports celebrities will be there. VisitGoKidsChallenge.com for details.


Championship Basketball Returned to San Antonio
NCAA DII Women's Basketball ChampionshipsCongratulations to the Shaw University Bears, 2012 NCAA DII Women’s Basketball champions! Their overtime victory over Ashland University capped a week of community outreach and some exciting basketball games at St. Mary’s University.

Each of the eight teams started the week with a visit to a local elementary or middle school (see Kids Impact story). More than 150 2nd-6th graders received skill instruction at a youth clinic led by WNBA great Marie Ferdinand-Harris and the St. Mary’s University women’s basketball team. 

The Texas State Senior Games basketball competition was also held in conjunction with the championship. Prior to their skills contest and 3-on-3 tournament, over 45 women were treated to a free basketball clinic hosted by San Antonio Sports and Marie Ferdinand-Harris. Eleven teams consisting of players 50 and older then went head-to-head throughout the day. Winners were recognized on court at halftime of the NCAA National Championship game. 

San Antonio Sports and St. Mary’s University will host the 2013 NCAA DII Women’s Basketball Championship next year too. To see photos from the week, click here.



D4 Get Fit 5k
The third annual San Antonio Sports Fit Family Challenge presented by Superior Health Plans gets underway with a free 5K fun run on Saturday, May 19. The first 1,000 who register get a free medal and t-shirt. For details or to register, visit FitFamilyChallenge.com.


San Antonio Sports Executive Receives Award
Mary Ullmann Japhet, associate executive director of external affairs for San Antonio Sports, has been selected the 2012 Public Relations Professional of the Year by the San Antonio chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Mary has been with San Antonio Sports since 2001 and oversees public relations, marketing and development. The award will be presented at the society's Del Oro banquet on May 3. Congratulations Mary!

Diver Scores at NCAA Championship
Congratulations to Community Olympic Development Diver, Justin McDonald, who was third on 1-meter and second on 3-meter at the NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships held recently in Mansfield, TX. Justin represents the University of the Incarnate Word. His achievement was made more significant because Justin hadn't been on a board for four weeks after suffering a concussion. He was cleared to practice just days before the NCAA Championships. Congratulations also to his coach, CODP and UIW CoachTommy Law

San Antonio is the site of the Community Olympic Development program in diving. The CODP is a partnership between San Antonio Sports and the U.S. Olympic Committee.


Getting Fit San Antonio
The Mayors Fitness Council is offering several initiatives, including free Fitness in the Parks group exercise sessions and walking group workshops. To learn more visit SABalance.org/physicalactivity.


Corporate Champions
Become a Corporate Champion.
GLI Inc. 
Security Service Federal Credit Union
Time Warner Cable 


Business Champions
Become a Business Champion. 

AwardsMart
esd & associates
Papa John’s
South Texas Eye Center 





Champions Club
(Individuals giving $1000+.)
Join the Champions Club. 
Daniel & Annette Oliver
Bob & Laura Raymond 
Patsy Smith


Individual Champions 
Become an Individual Champion. 
Margaret Harlan
Billie May
Margie O’Krent
Christyn Schumann 













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