Dennison leading young team to early success

January 31, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes After winning most of his matches so far on the season, including winning his weight class at the Harold Nichols Cyclone Open by pinning No. 12 ranked Colin Jensen of Nebraska, junior heavyweight Dustin Dennison is a big part of what UVU’s wrestling team is doing this season. Dennison has big goals, despite playing in […]

What to look for during spring semester

January 17, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes While football rules the country during fall semester, UVU has its soccer teams headlining the UVU Review. Now that football season is over and the soccer teams are done playing, there’s still plenty in the spring semester for students to look forward to. Men’s basketball In head coach Mark Pope’s second year he’s lived up […]

No UVU Football? It’s on us

August 21, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Here at Utah Valley University we have a lot of extremely competitive athletic programs. Our women’s basketball team won their first WAC tournament game last season and the men’s basketball team is getting help from transfer students who will start next season. UVU’s baseball team swept the season series against the University of Utah and […]

Historic news from the desert

June 18, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes Photo courtesy of T-Mobile Very shortly after the Pittsburgh Penguins brought home the Stanley Cup for the fourth time, the NHL did something they haven’t done in 16 years, they announced an expansion team. This new team brings the NHL to 31 teams in total. But while expanding is a big deal, the story here […]

Writing for the UVU Review was my best decision ever

May 20, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo by Jay Drowns When I first came to UVU I wasn’t really sure what to expect. I was accepted into BYU-Idaho but I chose to go to UVU instead. I wanted to be a sports writer, but never really pictured how that path would look. My first semester I shared a class with the […]