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SUU Women’s Basketball Inks Australian Export

SUU Women’s Basketball Inks Australian Export

CEDAR CITY, Utah-Friday, as Southern Utah University women’s basketball celebrated its graduates going into the world, they also brought in a new Thunderbird to the fold. Head coach Tracy Sanders confirmed the signing of Australian national Claudia Armato, a guard out of Melbourne. Sanders was euphoric about the signing, saying […]

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Dixie State Men’s Golf Prepares for Super Regional; 5 Get Honors

Dixie State Men’s Golf Prepares for Super Regional; 5 Get Honors

ST. GEORGE, Utah-Monday, Dixie State men’s golf will commence in its NCAA super regional competition at Amarillo, Texas, but before the Trail Blazers ensue in continuing their title hopes, several players on the squad received recognition from the Pac West Conference. Thursday, five Trail Blazer men’s golfers were named to […]

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Ashley Gill Joins USU Women’s Basketball Staff

Ashley Gill Joins USU Women’s Basketball Staff

LOGAN, Utah-Thursday, Utah State women’s basketball added a new assistant coach, per an announcement from head coach Jerry Finkbeiner. Ashley Gill comes to the USU women’s basketball program after a nine-year stint on Washington State’s women’s basketball staff. Gill spent three seasons as the Cougars’ team manager and video coordinator […]

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Utah Baseball Falls to No. 2 Stanford, 12-1

Utah Baseball Falls to No. 2 Stanford, 12-1

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah baseball team fell to No. 2 Stanford, 12-1, to open a three-game series against the Cardinal on Friday afternoon. Utah was led at the plate by two hits each from Oliver Dunn and Rykker Tom. Chandler Anderson drove in Utah’s lone run of the game. Tanner […]

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Jazz-Rockets Game 3: What you need to know

Jazz-Rockets Game 3: What you need to know

ROCKETS AT JAZZ Series tied 1-1. Game 3, 8:30 p.m. MDT, ESPN. NEED TO KNOW: Adversity, meet the Rockets. A team that had winning streaks of 11, 14 and 17 games in the regular season has now ceded home-court advantage to the Jazz. It’s not panic time for the NBA’s No. 1 […]

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Wasatch Lacrosse Nets Win On Senior Night

Wasatch Lacrosse Nets Win On Senior Night

HEBER CITY, Utah (Wasatchhighathletics.com)-Wednesday evening, the Wasatch Wasps’ boys lacrosse team netted a tremendous victory on Senior Night, prevailing 12-9 over the Bear River Bears at Wright-Tree Stadium. As a pallid rain descended upon Heber City during the game, the Wasps’ spirits were not daunted, especially as the seniors were […]

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Bees Split Doubleheader With Grizzlies

Bees Split Doubleheader With Grizzlies

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The Bees are 17-and-11 after splitting a doubleheader with the Fresno Grizzlies last night at Smith’s Ballpark. Ivan Pineyro was charged with the loss in a 7-5 defeat to start the day. Chris Carter ripped a two-run homer in the nightcap as the Bees won […]

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Wasatch Sports Roundup: 5/3

Wasatch Sports Roundup: 5/3

Softball Region 8 SPANISH FORK, Utah-Cayla Giles posted six strikeouts, earning the win in the circle, as the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles downed Wasatch 5-3 Thursday in Region 8 softball action. Baseball Region 8 PROVO, Utah-Walker Moore earned the win on the mound, going the distance, as the Provo Bulldogs […]

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Op-Ed: The inherent risk of sport specialization

Op-Ed: The inherent risk of sport specialization

By Bob Gardner, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Rob Cuff, Executive Director of the Utah High School Activities Association. One of the responsibilities that parents take most seriously is protecting their children from injury, whether it is buckling seat belts in a car […]

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Pac-12 reports revenues topping $500 million for first time

Pac-12 reports revenues topping $500 million for first time

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Pac-12 Conference reported revenues of $509 million for the 2016-17 financial year, surpassing $500 million for the first time. The conference announced Thursday at its spring meetings that it distributed $371 million to its 12 schools, an increase of 8 percent from the previous year. […]

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