Alumni return to see strong performances from Maverick athletes.
Recent graduate Quentin Butler races to personal-best 100m time of 9.96.
Butler, Blomberg close out stellar careers on Wednesday.
Mavericks move up nine spots in final pre-NCAA meet rankings.
UTA is one of just three schools in nation to qualify two in men's 100m.
Scored points in three events for UTA at the Sun Belt Conference Championships.
Placed fourth in the 60m (6.81), fourth in the long jump (23-11.00) and sixth in the 200m (21.74) at the league meet.
Matched a personal-best 60m time of 6.76 at the SBC meet.
Was the runner up in the 60 meters at the Varsity Apartments Invitational (6.76).
Came in third in the long jump and placed sixth in the 60m to secure nine points for the Mavericks at the WAC Championships.
Had a season-best effort (24-01) in the long jump at the league meet.
Netted a time of 6.80 in the finals of the 60m at the WAC meet after a season-best clocking of 6.79 in the prelims.
Placed ninth in the prelims of the 200m at the conference championship (21.49), missing an appearance in the finals in that event by just one spot.
Scored points in the 100 and 200 meters at the Southland Conference Championships.
Took fourth in the 200 meters (22.03) and seventh in the 60 meters (6.89) at the league meet.
Won the long jump at the Texas 10-Team Invitational with a season-long mark of 7.23 meters.
Earned Second-Team All-America honors in the 4x100 meters, as UTA finished 15th in the semifinal race (39.60).
Helped the 4x100m quartet set a school record in the NCAA West Preliminary Round (39.55).
Advanced to the NCAA West Preliminary Round in the 100 meters and 200 meters.
Reached the quarterfinals in both events, placing 13th in the 100m (10.32) and 20th in the 200m (21.08).
Placed third in the 100m (10.25) and eighth in the 200m (21.01) at the Sun Belt Conference Championships.
Qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Round in a team-best three events (100m, 200m and long jump).
Took third in the long jump at the Western Athletic Conference Championships with a leap of 24-04.75 (7.42m).
Placed fifth in the 100 meters at the WAC meet (10.41).
Ran a career-best time of 10.24 in the prelims of the league meet.
Posted a personal-best 200m time of 20.99 in a fourth-place finish at the Texas State Invitational.
Was named the WAC Field Athlete of the Week on Apr. 3 and the WAC Track Athlete of the Week on Apr. 10.
Competed in the 100 meters and 200 meters at the NCAA West Preliminaries.
Participated in the 100m, 200m, 4x100 relay and long jump at the SLC Championships.
Placed third in the 200 meters (21.09) and sixth in the 100 meters (10.71) at the Southland Conference meet.
Had a season-best time of 10.43 in the 100m at the Track-It Buster Invitational.
Finished second in the 100m and third in the 200m at the state meet as a senior.
Led team to district title as a senior by scoring 40 points.
Finished third in the 100m and third in the 200m at the state meet as a junior.
Named South Texas Track Athlete of the Year as a junior.
Finished sixth in the 100m and sixth as a member of the 4x200 relay team at the state meet as a sophomore.
Personal bests include 10.55 in the 100m, 21.40 in the 200m and 6.91 meters in the long jump.
Was a four-year letterwinner in track & field and a three-year letterwinner in football.
Named first-team All-South Texas in football as a junior.
Born September 18, 1992 in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Son of Clarence and Lavon Butler.
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