Legacy After The Locker Room Podcast: S3:EP18–Movin’ Mavs, The University of Texas at Arlington – Wheelchair Basketball and Adapted Sports Program

Join us for S3:EP18 of the Legacy After the Locker Room Podcast as the Movin’ Mavs, the University of Texas at Arlington Wheelchair and Adapted Sports program, sits down with our host Kayla Bradham to share their story under the leadership of Doug Garner and personal messages to the world!

It is the mission of the University of Texas at Arlington Movin’ Mavs Wheelchair Basketball and Adapted Sports program to provide sport and recreation programs, including competitive athletic opportunities, for our students with disabilities. Students will have opportunities to pursue a quality education/academic development while training physical development to represent the University in local, regional, and national athletic competitions. The Movin’ Mav program is aware of and appreciates its position as a role model program for students with disabilities

Movin’ Mavs joins our host Kayla Bradham on S3:EP18 of the Legacy After The Locker Room Podcast


  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:15 Doug Garner’s Welcome
  • 01:15 Clarence McCarthy Grogan
  • 01:35 Vincent Dallaire
  • 01:55 Bryce Cruz
  • 02:30 Logan Saenz
  • 03:05 Issac Lipscomb
  • 03:40 Movin’ Mavs Championship Titles
  • 05:35 How Has Covid-19 Affected the Movin’ Mavs?
  • 07:10 What Does the Rest of the Season Look Like?
  • 08:10 Going to the Paralympics
  • 10:15 Announcements
  • 11:10 Bryce’s Message to the World
  • 12:20 Logan’s Message
  • 13:45 Vincent’s Message
  • 15:30 CJ’s Message
  • 18:35 Issac’s Message
  • 20:15 Being An Adapted Athlete
  • 22:45 Majors and After Graduation Plans
  • 29:30 Team Shout Outs and Thank Yous
  • 34:45 Movin’ Mavs Autograph Donation to Special Olympics
  • 35:25 Parting Words


Kelsey Donnolo

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