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UTSA Athletics Inaugural Hall of Fame Class Profile: McKenzie Adams

The inaugural UTSA Athletics Hall of Fame Class will be inducted this weekend

SAN ANTONIO — UTSA Athletics will induct its inaugural Hall of Fame Class during Homecoming Weekend on Friday-Saturday, Oct. 27-28.

The inaugural class is made up of McKenzie Adams (volleyball/women’s basketball), Devin Brown (men’s basketball), Marcus Davenport (football) and Tameka Roberts (women’s track & field/women’s basketball), as well as former head football coach Larry Coker and former athletics director Lynn Hickey.

The UTSA Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held on Friday, Oct. 27, while the Hall of Fame plaques will be unveiled to the inductees on Saturday morning at the Roadrunner Athletics Center of Excellence. The group also will be honored on the field during the football game against East Carolina on Saturday afternoon at the Alamodome.

Over the next three days, UTSA Athletics will profile each Hall of Fame Inaugural Class inductee.

McKenzie Adams
Volleyball (2011-13)
Women’s Basketball (2013-14)

McKenzie Adams was a two-time All-American and two-time conference player of the year during her UTSA career, which spanned the 2011-13 volleyball seasons. A local product out of Steele High School, she earned third-team American Volleyball Coaches Association All-America accolades in 2013 after receiving honorable mention the year prior.

Following a standout debut campaign at Virginia where she was named NCAA East Regional and ACC Freshman of the Year, Adams transferred to UTSA and went on to garner first-team all-conference accolades in three different leagues — 2011 Southland, 2012 WAC and 2013 Conference USA — giving her the illustrious honor to have collected all-conference certificates in four different leagues. She was the 2012 WAC Player of the Year and repeated that honor in 2013 in C-USA, helping lead the Roadrunners to the regular season and tournament titles and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

Adams still holds several school records including single-season marks for kills (653), attacks (1,575) and solo blocks (32), and currently is playing professionally overseas.

An excellent all-around athlete, Adams also played basketball in 2013-14, appearing in 16 games with 14 starts, leading the team in rebounds per game (5.7) while posting 6.2 points per game, 24 blocks and 14 steals.