By JJ Perez
Byron Frohnen recorded his fifth double-double of the season while Jeff Beverly scored 10 of his 14 points in the second half as the Roadrunners held off
The win was UTSA’s first postseason victory in their four years of playing in Conference
UTSA had another solid defensive outing. The Roadrunners held WKU to just 30% from the field.
Three Roadrunners scored in double-figures led by
UTSA is has a 14-19 overall record. The Roadrunners move on to face #1 seed Middle Tennessee on Thursday. Tip off is set for 11:30am.
(Courtesty of Roadrunner Sports Network)
Coach Steve Henson on the win
“That was a little bit like some of our others on the year. I’m not going to call it ugly but it was not a thing of beauty. But our guys took care of the basketball and fought like crazy.”
Henson on Frohnen
“He’s a guy we need flashing around making passes. Defensively he sticks his nose in there and rebounds it. He got a big steal late. He’s just a good basketball player. He does things you can’t coach or teach.”
Henson on Middle Tennessee
“They’re a terrific team. You’re going to lineup and play terrific teams this time of year. We know it’s going to be difficult for us on the offensive end. Middle
Byron Frohnen on playing early
I’m not really a morning person. But since we won, I kinda like it.
Frohnen on WKU’s physical nature
“That’s their game, we knew they out try to out-physical us. We knew we had to match it from the start. We did a good job.”
Frohnen on UTSA
“All of the guys have really started to buy in. We’re competing and it’s just been a total team effort.”
Frohnen on facing Middle Tennessee
“We’re excited, we’re going to go at them just like we did with