Unnecessary expansion

January 21, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes Garrett Coleman Assistant Sports Editor @legendgary62   The idea of expanding the postseason in any sport is a ridiculous thought. The only real reason that the postseason of a given sport would be expanded is to earn more revenue. As a sports fan, it makes me angry and upset that the postseason play is only […]

Wolverine’s Winning Ways

January 13, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes Utah Valley wrestling finally had a home dual for the first time this season. The Wolverines opened up against Grand Canyon University, who is eager to make a splash as a Division I newcomer but was outmatched against a progressing UVU team that dominated the dual 28-9 Thursday night in the PE building. “Grand Canyon […]

Wolverines wrestle on; Adam Fager and Monte Schmalhaus place at prestigious tournament

January 6, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes UVU wrestling traveled to Evanston, Ill. Dec. 29-30 for the Midlands Championships. Many of the top wrestlers in the country faced off in this tournament to showcase their skills and earn respect for their schools. Heavyweight Adam Fager placed seventh, while 174-pound wrestler Monte Schmalhaus placed eighth. The Wolverines had three weeks to prepare from […]

UVU heavyweight Adam Fager credits family for early success

January 6, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes Wrestling is one of the most physical-demanding sports, and it can also wear one down mentally. It’s also one of those sports that if you have not been doing it for a while, success can will be more difficult to achieve. For UVU heavyweight Adam Fager, wrestling has been central to his family. It all […]

UVU Wrestling finished 1-2 at the Stanford Duals Nov. 30

December 9, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes UVU wrestling had its second dual tournament of the year in Palo Alto, Calif. on Nov. 30 in the Stanford Duals. The Wolverines were hoping to improve from the first week of action but left with the same 1-2 result. The Wolverines faced more great talent in the tournament, facing No. 10 Nebraska, Bakersfield and […]

Nipko shines in early season team defeats

November 25, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes The UVU wrestling team began its dual season on the road Nov. 15 against No. 24 Central Michigan and competed in the Eastern Michigan Duals on Nov. 16. The Wolverines came out with a 1-3 record against some very tough competition, losing to the Chippewas of Central Michigan, 27-9, Michigan State, 21-18, Ohio, 26-13 and […]

Collegiate athlete have become unpaid employees

November 18, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes College athletics are a big money maker. There is no beating around the bush; there will always be money in sports. With money being thrown around in the millions, it raises the question: should athletes get paid to play? The life of a student athlete is not an easy one to live. With games, practice, […]

UVU wrestling opens season with Cowboy Open

November 11, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes UVU wrestling officially opened the season Nov. 2 in the annual Cowboy Open at the University of Wyoming where the Wolverines travelled seven grapplers, hoping to gain experience for the younger guys on the team. The tournament provided a chance for new members of the team to gain experience and adjust to the speed and […]

The Haunted Forest adds Zombie Warz to add new flavor

October 28, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Haunted Forest is one of the most well known haunted attractions in Utah, and for good reason. The haunt has been around for almost a quarter of a century and has been loved by many who have come year after year. With this being the last year of its current location in American Fork, […]