UTSA Athletic Director says football program will improve

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Athletic Director Lisa Campos wrote the following letter to fans and supporters following the school's 3-9 football season:

Thank you for your generous support of UTSA Football during the 2018  season. Whether you were in the stands cheering on the team or following  along during the broadcasts of our games, your presence was felt by  everyone involved with the program and UTSA Athletics.

We did not experience the success we anticipated this season, and I can  assure you no one is more disappointed than the coaching staff and  student-athletes. However, we will not stop working hard every day to  build a championship football program and I have great optimism for the  future.

There is a lot that goes into building a championship program and we  measure it not only by wins and losses, but by the integrity, character  and discipline of the program as a whole. We are still a young program  and sustained success doesn't happen overnight. Regardless, my  expectation is to compete for conference championships and represent  UTSA at bowl games.

Through evaluation of the football program over the past year,  priorities have been identified to continue making progress to meet our  goals. As we prepare for next season, I will be working closely with  Head Coach Frank Wilson to ensure we are making the necessary improvements.

The hard work never ends for all of us in the Athletics Department. Our  coaches will continue their recruitment efforts to find the best  student-athletes to bring into the Roadrunner Family. Meanwhile, our  department leadership will continue to put in the work to position the  program so that it can experience success on and off the field.

Thank you for your continued support of UTSA Athletics. We are excited and optimistic about the future.

Sincerely, Lisa Campos, Ed.D.

Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics and Athletics Director


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