UTSA wrapped up their play at the Tigers Classic in Baton Rouge, LA with a win and a loss falling to San Diego State before defeating UC Davis on Saturday.
McKenzie Adams managed 23 kills in the opening match, a match-high but it was a team effort that saw San Diego State down the Roadrunners 25-19, 25-23, 23-25, 25-19.
Summer Nash had 21 kills while Emily Harris, Raegan Shelton and Chaiymin Steel were all in double figures for San Diego State compared to just Adams for UTSA.
Adams managed a .333 percentage for the match and made it a second straight double-double with 10 digs while Annie Kunes starred in defense with 26 digs.
After a tight opening to the first the Aztecs pushed clear with two straight kills to make it 14-11, UTSA were able to get the gab back but six unanswered points made it a simple 25-19 win for San Diego State.
San Diego State got off to a much better start in the second as they scored 10 of the first 15 points and put the lead out to 14-9 before UTSA scored three unanswered points.
That lead to an Aztecs time-out but again they came out and scored five points to make it 20-15, UTSA were able to come back and cut that lead to one three times but San Diego finished it off with a Steel kill to be just one set away from victory.
The third was another tight affair as both schools fought hard but UTSA broke the tie at 14 thanks to two kills and a winner to make it 17-14 before a San Diego State error made it 20-16, eventually out to 24-20 before a late come back made UTSA nervous but Adams made sure UTSA avoided the sweep.
The fourth was another tight affair with 12 ties and three lead changes but San Diego State wrapped up the set and the match with a 7-1 run.
Adams continued her run of double-doubles as she managed 23 kills and 18 digs in the match against UC Davis while Dempsey Thornton also managed 14 winners.
There were 15 ties and nine lead changes in the first set before UTSA broke through at 20-all with an Erin Foley ace forcing a UCD time out that could only help UCD maintain the two point gap.
UTSA came from behind in the second as they were down 17-14 before a 6-2 run saw UTSA pick up the lead and never gave up from there as they claimed the second set 25-23.
UCD were up 4-0 in the first before UTSA fought back to tie the scores doing so on four occasions but UCD never gave up the lead despite UTSA cutting the gap to one the Aggies won 25-23.
The fourth set was a display of dominance from the Roadrunners as they ran out to a 15-11 lead and just kept going with a .520 percentage and six blocks.