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BYU Women’s Volleyball Releases 2018 Schedule

BYU Women’s Volleyball Releases 2018 Schedule

PROVO, Utah-Wednesday, BYU women’s volleyball head coach Heather Olmstead announced the 2018 slate for her squad. Women’s volleyball in recent seasons is among the Cougars’ most successful athletic programs and Olmstead has given her team plenty of chances to test its mettle moving forward. BYU will face five 2017 NCAA […]

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RSL Hosts Sporting KC In US Open Cup Match

RSL Hosts Sporting KC In US Open Cup Match

(Sandy, UT)  —  Real Salt Lake hosts Sporting Kansas City in a United States Open Cup match tonight at Rio Tinto Stadium. The winner will move on to the Round of 16.  Match time is set for 7:00 p.m. RSL will resume MLS play on Saturday when it visits the […]

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Bees fall to Round Rock

Bees fall to Round Rock

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —   The Bees were unable to protect an early lead as they fell to the Round Rock Express 10-5 at Smith’s Ballpark. After taking a 5-2 lead in the second inning the Bees yielded eight unanswered runs.  Parker Bridwell surrendered six runs across five innings to […]

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USU Coach Craig Smith Prepares For His First Basketball Camp

USU Coach Craig Smith Prepares For His First Basketball Camp

LOGAN, Utah-Monday, the Craig Smith basketball camp commences with walk-up registration available at noon on June 11. His position and shooting camp is the first of three camps to be offered by the men’s basketball program this summer. Additionally, there will be a team camp and a day camp with […]

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Keirsey Chosen in 4th Round by Minnesota Twins

Keirsey Chosen in 4th Round by Minnesota Twins

SEACAUCUS, N.J.-Tuesday, Utah baseball standout DaShawn Keirsey was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 4th round of the MLB Draft which runs through Wednesday at Seacaucus, N.J. As the 124th overall selection, Keirsey is Utah’s highest draft selection since Tyler Wagner went in the 4th round of the 2012 […]

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UVU Baseball Signs Three During Spring Period

UVU Baseball Signs Three During Spring Period

OREM, Utah-Tuesday, Utah Valley University baseball coach Scott Madsen confirmed the signing of three standout talents to national letters of intent during the spring signing period. These players are outfielder Alexander Marco of Las Vegas, right-handed pitcher Jesse Schmit of Queen Creek, Ariz. and outfielder Nick Sheehan of Fresno, Calif. […]

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Big Sky Conference bans athletes with violent convictions

Big Sky Conference bans athletes with violent convictions

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — The Big Sky Conference has adopted a rule that would ban student-athletes with convictions for violent crimes from participating in sports or receiving athletic scholarships at league schools. League Commissioner Andrea Williams says the Serious Misconduct Rule sets the expectations the conference has for its institutions […]

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Jamal Aytes Signs with Basel Star Wings

Jamal Aytes Signs with Basel Star Wings

BASEL, Switzerland-Per the official Twitter account of Southern Utah University men’s basketball coach Todd Simon, one of his standout former Thunderbirds has signed a pro contract overseas. Simon confirms that Jamal Aytes, a 6’6″ 225-pound forward, has signed with the Basel Star Wings, a Swiss professional basketball club that competes […]

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Gilliam of SLCC Basketball Moves On To UC Riverside

Gilliam of SLCC Basketball Moves On To UC Riverside

RIVERSIDE, Calif.-Tuesday, former Salt Lake C.C. men’s basketball standouts continued their busy week of moving on to four-year institutions. Former Bruins guard Jordan Gilliam committed to continuing his playing career at Division I UC Riverside of the Big West. The Highlanders were 9-22 last season and 4-12 in conference games. […]

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Pac-12 passes rule requiring 6 wins for bowl eligibility

Pac-12 passes rule requiring 6 wins for bowl eligibility

The Pac-12 will require its teams to win at least six regular-season games to play in a bowl, eliminating the opportunity for a 5-7 squad to earn a postseason spot when there are not enough six-win teams nationally to fill the bowls. Pac-12 presidents passed the rule proposed by a […]

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