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Ah, the places we will go

The theater department’s next production, Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winning playwright Eugene O’Neill’s Ah, Wilderness!, opens this week in the Ragan Theater.Director Professor John Graham describes Ah, Wilderness! – one of the only comedies written by mostly-serious O’Neill – as the way O’Neill wished his family could’ve been.

Home, bitter home

The struggles at home continued for the Utah Valley women’s soccer team as the University of Utah blew them out on Wednesday afternoon 6-0. With Utah’s six goals, the Wolverines have been outscored 10-1 in four home games, including an exhibition loss to Weber State.

Confidence high, BYU looming

The road is never the best place to gain confidence, grow as a team, or start a season-long winning streak, but that didn’t stop Utah Valley’s volleyball team (11-5) from doing all three. The nine straight road games didn’t start very well for the Wolverines.

Fall softball, a time for evaluation

In weather better suited for the Iditarod than a softball game, the Wolverines dropped a fall season game to the College of Southern Idaho 8-6 Saturday afternoon. Coach Todd Fairbourn and the lady Wolverines played five games over the snow and rained filled weekend in an attempt to get in as many innings as possible.

MLB: Playoffs indeed will be a classic

If the last two weeks of the regular-season carry over to the National League playoffs, the teams and fans alike will be on a roller-coaster ride.None of the postseason berths in the NL were decided until the final weekend–making for a anxious few days for several teams.

Making headlines

NBAAlthough New York Knicks head coach and team president Isaiah Thomas is planning to appeal, he was found liable for sexual harassment against Anucha Browne Sanders, a former Knicks marketing executive. If the ruling holds, it isn’t Thomas who will be forking over the more than $11 million in damages, it is his boss who will pay.