Jesse Ruins the MAWL: Ethical behavior in the bleachers

October 10, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Monday, Sep. 26, UVU Women’s Soccer held an afternoon match at Clyde Field. During this match, a member from the MAWL was kicked out for heckling. Throughout the match, he continued to say sexist remarks to players and the referee till the ref. finally had enough. Like a trophy, the student/member later tweeted* out his […]

For a good time, join the MAWL

May 23, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo courtesy of UVU Review Every school that has an athletic program needs the support of its students. The Duke Blue Devils are known for the Cameron Crazies, the Utah Utes jump with the MUSS and the BYU Cougars bring the noise with the ROC. UVU students cheer on their classmates from the MAWL, the […]

A deeper look into the Mighty Athletic Wolverine League

March 7, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes Student sections at collegiate athletic events are an important piece in creating an atmosphere that creates a home field or home court advantage. It is the same for schools in Utah and the Western Athletic Conference. BYU has the “ROC”. Utah has “The MUSS”. Grand Canyon has “The Havocs.”  New Mexico State has “The Panamaniacs”. […]

Calling the MAWL

February 23, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes We have a group at school, the MAWL, which claims to be the voice of UVU Athletics, according to their twitter account. They have over 1,200 VIP members and memberships are up 800 percent. The MAWL has provided UVU with attendance setting records at men and women’s soccer games over the past two seasons, which […]

Calling all UVU students

January 4, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes This fall, fans of Utah Valley University soccer helped both the men’s and women’s teams reach the top 25 in attendance in the nation.  Both soccer teams had a great amount of success, each reaching their NCAA tournaments for the first time in program history. The UVU men’s and women’s basketball teams need the same […]

New Years Resolutions for UVU athletic teams

January 4, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes With a new year, comes this idea and hope that we can all start new. We treat Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 as if there is a massive divide between the two and that one day is so much different than the last. Jan. 1 is the time to start unhealthy crash diets, get to […]