Tameka Nunez, Randolph Elementary PE Teacher, will be inducted into the very first UTSA Hall of Fame class. This honor is for:
“Corpus Christi native Tameka Roberts stamped her name all over the UTSA track & field record book in the 1990s. The sprinter and jumper was an eight-time All-American and captured 17 individual or relay conference titles during her career. She collected five of her All-America certificates outdoors and three more indoors, with five coming in the sprints and a trio from the long jump. Her long list of conference awards includes three Southland Conference Indoor and two Southland Conference Outdoor Athlete of the Year honors, as well as being named Southland Conference Outstanding Track Performer five times and Southland Conference Field Performer once. She was the high-point scorer at the conference meet four times and helped the Roadrunners win league outdoor titles in 1996 and 1997. She still holds school records in the outdoor 100 meters (11.25), 200m (22.94), long jump (6.66m) and indoor 200m (23.26). A two-sport athlete at UTSA, she played basketball in 1997-98 and posted 47 points, 48 rebounds, 13 assists and 20 steals.
-from UTSA’s Inaugural Hall of fame class.
Full article HERE.
Congratulations on receiving this honor Tameka!