"I hope that other schools will follow their example and make student safety, accountability and transparency a priority, not just through their words but in policy reform, as UTSA has done," Tracy said, as reported by mysanantonio.com.

To support Tracy's awareness campaign, UTSA held three #SetTheExpectation games during the spring of 2019, including a softball game on April 9 in which Tracy traveled to campus to throw out the ceremonial first pitch.

UTSA has planned additional #SetTheExpectation games for this academic year, including the football home contest against Southern Miss on Nov. 16 at the Alamodome.

According to spectrumlocalnews.com, the policy states, ā€œA current or prospective student-athlete who has been convicted of, pleaded guilty or no contest to a felony or misdemeanor involving Serious Misconduct, has been found a delinquent in relationship to a juvenile code equivalent, or has been disciplined by the university or athletic department at any time during enrollment at any collegiate institution (excluding temporary disciplinary action during an investigation) due to Serious Misconduct shall not be eligible for athletically related financial aid, practice or competition at The University of Texas at San Antonio.ā€

The policy also requires all current and prospective athletes, including transfer students, to complete a due diligence inquiry questionnaire, which asks about any violent or criminal conduct.

ā€œThe questions cover every loophole I can think of and every case Iā€™ve encountered of how schools and coaches shirk responsibility for who they bring on or keep on campus. Transparency and accountability is important,ā€ Tracy said.