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Foul trouble and Kentucky free throws prove fatal for Utah Valley

The Utah Valley men’s basketball team headed to Kentucky to face an NCAA college basketball powerhouse, the University of Kentucky on Monday, Nov. 18. Outstanding performances from several Wolverines wouldn’t be enough to stop the Wildcats, losing 74-82. An invite to play a top-10 nationally ranked team doesn’t happen often for any UVU team, but […]

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Humans of UVU: Chrissy Keller

Chrissy Keller, a soon to be 2020 UVU graduate, shares her 15-year journey to graduation: Chrissy Keller, President of the Utah County Republican Women organization, U.S. representative at international folk festivals in 35 countries as the lead vocalist and mandolin player with the World Wide Association of Performing Artists (WWAPA), licensed Esthetician and makeup artist, and […]

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UVU falls to Seattle U in WAC title match on PK’s

Utah Valley men’s soccer saw their 2019 season extended by at least one more match on Friday, Nov. 15, against Air Force Academy because of penalty kicks. But had their season come to a close on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 17, against Seattle University due to penalty kicks. The Redhawks then earned the WAC title and an automatic berth into the NCAA tournament.

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UVU ends regular season on a sour note, falls at CBU

The Utah Valley volleyball team struggled to get things going on the road once again as they fell on Saturday, Nov. 16, at the hands of California Baptist University 3-1, which was the sixth loss in eight games for the green and white.

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Women’s basketball now 0-3 after close loss to Nevada

A rollercoaster of defensive effort resulted in a loss for the Utah Valley women’s basketball team. The game started off with a very tenacious effort, got sloppy mid-game and finished strong — ultimately losing 57-60 against University of Nevada, Reno on Nov. 16, at home. The Wolverines came into this game looking for their first […]

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Second straight win for men’s basketball

Utah Valley men’s basketball seems to have found their groove with a win against the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Big scoring performances from four Wolverines led them past the Blazers 66-55, on Friday, Nov. 15, in Alabama. Heading into this game, the Wolverines were ranked No. 1 in blocks across the country, with 28 […]

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UVU Cross Country places 7th and 13th in battle for the West

It seems that this years cross country season has gone by faster than Utah Valley’s teams can run. Both UVU’s men’s and women’s teams concluded their season Friday, Nov. 15, placing seventh and 13th respectively. The Mountain Region Cross Country Championships took place just over the mountain at Rose Park Golf Course in Salt Lake City, and brought some of the best teams in the nation together to compete for a chance at the NCAA championships Nov. 23.

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UVU advances to WAC title match after thrilling PK shootout against AFA

In penalty kicks, it came down to who was going to miss first after five shots each. Jensen came up with another huge save to give UVU a chance to win the match with just one more goal. The goal-scoring hero ended up being sophomore forward Zahir Vazquez.

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Tarawhiti, UVU cruise past Seattle U 3-1

The Utah Valley Wolverines snapped their three-game losing streak on Thursday night, Nov. 14, when they visited the Redhawks of Seattle University behind a strong offensive outing by sophomore outside hitter Kazna Tarawhiti and her 25 kills.

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“The Girl Who Drank the Moon” enchants and captivates Utah Valley audiences

The mystical, magical book “The Girl Who Drank The Moon” by Kelly Barnhill has been adapted into a one-act stage production and premiered in partnership with UVU School of the Arts on November 7. It was adapted by playwright Melissa Leilani Larson over the span of two years.  “UVU wanted to produce a new show […]

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