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Getting to know Mark “Mad Dog” Madsen | QF Episode 14

The first exclusive interview with the Mad Dog on Quickfire. Hear stories about him playing basketball for the Lakers, playing basketball with Shaq, and his expectations for UVU's basketball team. Makes sure you subscribe for new shows/episodes coming soon! (Including...

UVU women’s golf places 3rd in WAC tournament

Just as the semester comes to an end, so must golf season. The women’s golf team took their clubs to Lakewood, Wash. on April 18-20 to participate in the their final tournament of the season, the WAC Championship, where they placed third out of eight teams. Round one...

Wolverines take 2 of 3 from Northern Colorado

UVU recently returned from a road trip in Northern Colorado, having won two of three games against the Bears. Utah Valley took an early lead in the first game as the Wolverines got three runs in the top of the second inning. Junior Alexander Marco got things going in...

The Rise Of The Mad Dog | QF Episode 13

The UVU Review:1. The Mad Dog is here and ready to win. UVU has hired former Los Angeles Lakers player and assistant coach Mark Madsen. What’re your thoughts on the hire and expectations?2. UVU Baseball dropped their mid-week game against in-state rival Utah at...

Madsen replaces Pope as head coach of men’s basketball

Mark Madsen was officially named new head coach of the UVU basketball team at a press conference Monday, April 15, replacing Mark Pope, who took the same position at BYU. Madsen brings his 15 years of experience in professional basketball to UVU, nine of which came as...

Paxton Schultz: Getting to know Orem’s ace

Utah Valley University pitcher Paxton Schultz has quickly become the ace of the pitching staff in his junior year. He throws up to 95 miles-per-hour on the radar gun and strikes out his opponents in bunches. If you’ve see Schultz pitch those things are pretty evident,...

A look back at UVU’s 2016 WAC championship season

UVU’s baseball team made a run to the postseason just once in the history of the program in 2016. The Wolverines had an overall record of 37-23 with a conference record of 18-9. They ended the season No. 3 in the WAC Conference and ended sweeping the WAC tournament,...

Wolverines come up big in two Utah-based meets

Duvinston and Krauss take first and second in the high jump UVU track and field athletes earned a total 12 first-place finishes out of a possible 39 at the Wildcat Invitational and the Utah Spring Classic, held April 12-13. In the high jump, freshmen Jeffrey Duvinston...

UVU hosts Seattle University, dropping three

Wolverine softball got to play on their home field this weekend  against Seattle University in a triple header series. Game one Friday, April 12, ended in a final score of 12-1 with a win for Seattle. Most of the points were made in the first inning of this game...

Wolverines roll past Utah State Aggies

UVU women’s soccer team rolled past the Utah State Aggies 3-0 Saturday afternoon in one of their final spring games this year. The Aggies came out flying at the beginning of the game, having some good looks on goal and forcing freshman goalkeeper Danielle Orr to come...

Culture has given Devyn Cretz a home at UVU

Last spring, Devyn Cretz had a decision to make. It was her third year playing softball at the University of Texas in El Paso. She had redshirted her freshman year, finally worked her way into the rotation and was consequently seeing some quality minutes on the...

UVU women’s golf: Looking back on the season

Collegiate golf, specifically women’s collegiate golf, might be the least followed sport in college. This has nothing to do with the talent on the team, or the location of the tournament. It's simply just how collegiate golf is. Few people take their families out to a...