Cross country: Lambert makes history, finishes season undefeated

October 15, 2017

Reading Time: < 1 minute Tyson Lambert made history on Saturday morning when he won the Santa Clara Bronco Invitational. Lambert became the first UVU cross country member to win every race during the regular season. The win was his fourth of the season and puts the senior as a favorite to win the WAC individual championship on Oct. 28. […]

Olympic Track & Field: The most wonderful time in 4 years

September 6, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo by Gabe Famodu Track and field is not a high profile sport that is easy to find on TV. A couple of meets a year make it on ESPN and they are usually hard to catch because of full-time work and school schedules.  When the Summer Olympics roll around every four years, I get […]

Wolverines aim to run to another title

August 21, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo courtesy of UVU Athletics The Utah Valley University men’s and women’s cross country teams both had remarkable seasons in 2015 having captured the team and individual Western Athletic Conference championships. It was the third straight title for the men’s team as well as the first title for the women’s team since joining the WAC […]

Summer versus Winter Olympics: Which Olympics are more interesting?

July 25, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images The Olympics are steadily approaching and it begs the question: Which Olympics is more interesting to watch? Something thing to look at when comparing the two Olympic games is the events one will get to see during the specific games. The Summer Olympics features most of the Olympic sports that […]

UVU senior aims for another trip to nationals

April 5, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes In his final season at UVU, Trac Norris wants to return to nationals and bring a few teammates along. UVU distance runner Trac Norris has had an impressive start to his final season with the UVU cross country and track and field teams. At the Western Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships, Norris won […]

Get out and support the UVU basketball teams

January 19, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes When I was a freshman here at Utah Valley University, the basketball team had one of the greatest seasons in program history by winning the Western Athletic Conference regular season title and coming one game short of playing in the NCAA Tournament. The team made an appearance in the National Invitational Tournament in which they […]

Madden or NCAA?

December 9, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Football fans have often asked the question, which video game is better to play? Madden Football or NCAA Football? Football is the most popular sport in many parts of America and our hunger for the sport has made gaming companies millions of dollars as they have competed to bring the best brand of football to […]

UVU women drop second straight contest

December 4, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cheney, Wash. – Rhaiah Spooner-Knight scored 20 points and Georgia Agnew scored 15 but it wasn’t enough as the Eastern Washington Eagles defeated UVU 68-64 at Reese Court on Thursday night. The loss drops the lady Wolverine’s to 6-3 on the season and is the second loss in a row for the team. The win gave […]

Concussion Protectors or Concussion Phobics?

November 9, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Austin Cope | Sports Writer | @autipopecope5 Are concussions really as prevalent as people are making them seem or are they making a bigger deal out of them than needs be? Football has been constantly changing and evolving ever since the game was created. With the constantly evolving game of football come the constantly evolving rules of […]