The Roadrunners have won the Hilton Mavericks tournament in Arlington with two sweeps wins on Sunday enough to claim the title.
UTSA beat Texas A&M Corpus Christi for the 18th straight time before going on to beat Mississippi Valley State in three, breaking a school record with a .536 hitting percentage breaking a 13 year-old mark of .471.
There was another double-double for McKenzie Adams, her ninth of the season, in the opener against the Islanders thanks to 21 kills and 18 digs while Brandy Huskey was crucial as she managed 28 assists.
The first-half was entertaining and tight with UTSA being forced to fight off four set points in the opening set, having to come from 24-21 to claim a 28-26 win to get on the board.
That tight win seemed to fire up the Roadrunners as they lifted from a .051 hitting percentage to .429 with Adams and Huskey linking up well and looking dangerous as they cruised to a 25-18 win.
Needing to win to stay alive in the third set the Islanders were determined to fight and stay in the match, matching the Roadrunners all the way to 18-all but from there UTSA's fire power just proved too much as they went on a 7-1 run winning the match and all but clinching the tournament with a block.
With the trophy almost stitched up UTSA tore Mississippi Valley State apart stopping their opponents from even hitting double figures in a single set.
The match saw UTSA break their school record for hitting percentages in an individual match as they recorded a .536 percentage to storm their way through.
Mississippi Valley State were torn apart in the opener as UTSA went 9-0 to open the set and cruised to a 25-5 win in the opener before going 25-8 in the second keeping MVS in negatives before a 25-6 win saw them claim the match and the trophy.