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WAC Weekly: Closing Time

We’re pushing towards the end of November and each of the WAC winter sports are well under way, meaning it’s near closing time for WAC fall sports. There have already been champions crowned in men’s and women’s soccer, and a volleyball champion will have been decided by the end of the Nov. 22 weekend. What a run it has been for WAC fall sports in 2019!

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UVU comes up short in WAC title match, lose 2-1 to SU in OT

An 87th minute goal and a 99th minute golden goal by Seattle University ended Utah Valley’s 2019 season and a chance at an NCAA tournament berth. The game took place on Sunday, Nov. 10, at Championship Field in Seattle. UVU hung on to a 1-0 lead for almost 56 minutes before SU tied it late, and eventually sealed it in overtime by a score of 2-1.

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UVU advances to WAC title match with 3-1 win over UMKC

Utah Valley women’s soccer was up in the Northwest on Friday night, Nov. 8, for the WAC tournament semifinals. There at Championship Field, UVU took on the University of Missouri-Kansas City. The ‘Roos grabbed an early goal, but it was the Wolverines who then scored three unanswered to win 3-1 and advance to the WAC […]

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UVU loses chance at WAC regular season title in 3-2 2OT loss at SU

A 2-1 lead with just over two minutes left in regulation vanished for Utah Valley University on Saturday night, Nov. 2, at Championship Field. UVU and Seattle University were playing for all the WAC regular-season-title marbles. SU came back not once, but twice to win in double-overtime 3-2. By the looks of the all-time series […]

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UVU closes out Clyde Field in 2019 shutting out GCU 1-0

“We love playing here [at home], I think the girls really get up for our fans and our home field,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “The teams in a really good spot, the chemistry is good right now and I think that is an attribute of why we’re getting the results that we’re getting.”

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Wolverines handle UTRGV at home 3-1, now third in WAC standings

“We felt good in possession today, I thought that our movement off the ball allowed us to keep it. Players did well to get touches into space and try to break lines and lanes,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “When we did that, opportunities to go forward opened up.”

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WAC Weekly: WAC play winners, losers, improvers and what’s next?

In three weeks’ time all postseason tournaments will have either just begun or come to a close for all fall sports. So, keep an eye out for more continued success from these winners, some possible success for our losers and potential success from the improver.

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UVU drops close road game in Kansas City 1-0

UMKC and UVU had faced-off 11 times before Sunday’s match, with the ‘Roos owning the series lead at 6-5. UMKC had also won three-consecutive matches heading into Sunday, which includes two wins last season in Orem — a 1-0 win in the regular season and a 3-0 win in the WAC tournament.

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In a match full of firsts, UVU thrashes CSU 10-0

Utah Valley women’s soccer was in the Windy City on Friday morning, Oct. 18, taking on Chicago State. This match was full of firsts and was all but said and done in a hurry. The Wolverines lead 5-0 at the half and never looked back, winning by a final of 10-0. Coming into this match, […]

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UVU tallies first WAC win, defeats NMSU 1-0

“We’re happy with the shutout, I thought we generated a lot of opportunities,” said UVU head coach Chris Lemay. “To be honest I didn’t think we were disciplined enough in front of the goal, had opportunities that should be goals. That can come back and bite us unless we sharpen it up a little bit.”

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