Everything you need to know about Wolverine fall sports

Utah Valley University’s fall sports’ practices are underway with seasons just around the corner. The university has four sports covering six total teams. These teams include men’s and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s cross-country, and men’s golf.

Junior Britain Reynolds crosses the finish line taking first at the UVU Invitational on Sep. 3, 2021 (Photo courtesy of UVU athletics)

Fall semester has begun and fall sports are already in full swing. Here are some things every student should know.

UVU students are able to receive free admission to all NCAA sanctioned regular season home games with a student I.D. card. Along with free admission, The Den hosts tailgates for several home games which include food, games, and prizes. There are upcoming home games to circle on your calendar and tailgates to follow.

The men’s and women’s soccer programs are coming off of winning seasons, and hope to continue their success into this season. Women’s soccer has their home opener Aug. 22 against Colorado College, and men’s soccer has their opener on Aug. 25 against UC Riverside. Both of these games take place at Clyde Field and can be streamed on ESPN+

After winning the Western Athletic Conference Tournament last year, UVU women’s volleyball begin their quest to repeat. The Wolverines open up with a green vs. white scrimmage on Aug. 23 and have their home opener on Aug. 29 against Cal Poly, both taking place in the Lockheart Arena. 

The cross-country program starts their season with their only home meet of the season, hosting the UVU Invitational at Lakeside Park in Orem on Sep. 1. Men’s golf has their first tournament of the year at the Gene Miranda Falcon Invitational in Colorado Springs on Sep. 9-11. 

For full team schedules and information, visit GoUVU.com.

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