Greta Kairyte leans on Lady Mavs teammates as she adjusts to life in Arlington.
Student-athletes from seven different athletic programs earned degrees during the spring ceremonies.
UTA added Christina Devers (Connors State), Shelby Richards (Odessa) and Greta Kairyte (Weatherford).
UT Arlington ended the season with a 15-16 record
UTA is seeking its first opening-round win since 2010.
- Sun Belt Conference Commissioner's List
- Played in 30 games (21 starts)
- Averaged 3.1 points and 2.7 rebounds per game
Prior to UTA
- Played two seasons at Weatherford College
- Named All-Conference and Academic All-American
- Led her team to two conference titles
- Went to national tournament as a freshman and regional tournament as a sophomore
- Averaged 8.5 points, 11 rebounds and 1.4 assists over two years
- Two year letter winner in basketball
- Team MVP as a senior
- Averaged 17 points and 12 rebounds as a senior
- Daughter of Raimundas and Daiva Zaleckaite
- Born March 5, 1992
- Has one brother (Aurimas) and three sisters (Milena, Jnesa Zaleckaite and Agneta Jakubauskaite)
- Majoring in accounting with a minor in exercise and sport studies
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