Month: October 2019

Arts & Culture
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Eating Creepy and Crawling Bugs

If you’re looking for something new and exotic to try this Halloween, head on over to Koi Ramen in Provo. They’ve got just the dish for you – silkworm pupae with ramen. But hurry, it’s only served this Halloween week. “We came up with this for the specialty of Halloween and also because it is […]

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Golf
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Women's Sports

Roller coaster tournament for women’s golf

The Utah Valley women’s golf team played in one final tournament in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, before hibernating for winter. The Wolverines finished in 13th place after the three-day tournament on Oct. 27-29. Diamante Country Club, a par-72, 6,088-yard course, proved to be on the difficult side for the team — finishing each day tied […]

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Men's Sports
Soccer
Sports

UVU stunned in battle of WAC’s best

“I’m at a loss for words and gutted for our team — two lapses in discipline were the difference in today’s match,” UVU head coach Greg Maas said to reporters. “I couldn’t ask for a better start; up a goal, and even down a man, I didn’t think we’d relinquish our lead. Unfortunately, we can’t put the referee in a position to make a call in that moment. We’ll put this behind us, learn from it, and get ready for a welcomed return to Clyde Field.”

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Sports
Volleyball

UVU can’t complete comeback at UTRGV, lose 3-2

The loss caused UVU to split the season series with UTRGV, and was also UVU’s fourth loss in the last six games. The Wolverines lost in the fifth set once again, which was their third loss of the season in the final set.

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News

The Clothesline Project becomes increasingly relevant for “Happy Valley”

“We often think of Utah as “Happy Valley” a generally safe place,” said Hayden Brooks. “But we can see at our school and in our community sexual violence and abuse is a reality, we must educate people that this is a real thing.”

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Humans of UVU

Humans of UVU: 50-year-old freshman

Oscar award-winning sound mixer turned Wolverine sets his sights on medical school as a 50-year-old freshman. It’s 6:16 a.m., and David Parker a freshman studying biology is waiting at the Trax station in Salt Lake City for his ride to the Frontrunner. He will take that train to UVU and back by 3 p.m. to […]

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Soccer
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Women's Sports

UVU closes out Clyde Field in 2019 shutting out GCU 1-0

“We love playing here [at home], I think the girls really get up for our fans and our home field,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “The teams in a really good spot, the chemistry is good right now and I think that is an attribute of why we’re getting the results that we’re getting.”

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Men's Sports
Soccer
Sports

Bad luck for UVU, fall 3-0 on the road to SJSU

The controversy here though was just before scoring, the refs had blown their whistle to signal that Wood had been offsides, and that his goal didn’t count. Upon further review the referees declared that their call was faulty and that SJSU’s goal would stand, now leading 1-0.

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Soccer
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Women's Sports

Wolverines handle UTRGV at home 3-1, now third in WAC standings

“We felt good in possession today, I thought that our movement off the ball allowed us to keep it. Players did well to get touches into space and try to break lines and lanes,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “When we did that, opportunities to go forward opened up.”

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Basketball
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Women's Sports

Exhibition win with playoff intensity for women’s basketball

An exhibition game was held at the UCCU Center on Saturday, Oct. 26, as the Utah Valley University women’s basketball team hosted Western Colorado. It might have been an exhibition game, but the Wolverines showed that they will be an exciting team to watch — sending WCU packing 68-37. The Mountaineers entered this game after […]

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