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Utah’s Dupratt ‘Back Home’ Skiing in Wasatch

Utah’s Dupratt ‘Back Home’ Skiing in Wasatch

February 5, 2017

Although Sam Dupratt grew up in Dixon, Calif., he considers his home mountain in Park City. The freshman alpine skier knew that if he wanted to be at the top of his sport, Park City would be the place to be. He moved at the beginning of his high school career to the mountains, and he attended the Winter...

Utes Near Top Despite Early Struggles

Utes Near Top Despite Early Struggles

January 21, 2017

The Utah ski team has begun their 2017 right where they finished 2016 — on the podium. The Utes have been impressive in both Alpine and Nordic events this season, despite having a young and inexperienced Nordic side. “We have had a lot of learning experiences that you expect with a young team,”...

Utes Fall Short in Finals at NCTC

Utes Fall Short in Finals at NCTC

January 18, 2017

Utah men’s tennis opened its spring 2017 campaign in the National Collegiate Tennis Classic in Palm Springs, Calif. During preparation for the tournament, conditions in the normally dry climate of Palm Springs had turned damp as rain continued off and on in the days leading up to match play. With...

Going the Distance

Going the Distance

January 17, 2017

Swimmers’ bodies are typically toned for a low impact sport. When most people jump in the pool to do a few laps, however, they quickly realize that it isn’t as much of a walk in the park as they assumed it would be. That’s something sophomore Ute swimmer Jordan Anderson is all too familiar with. “It’s...

Great debate: Should Rice-Eccles Expand?

Great debate: Should Rice-Eccles Expand?

January 10, 2017

[row cols_nr="2"] [col size="6"] If You Build it, They Will Come Blake Marshall Football season has ended, the bowls have all been played and we have a new national champion. For the Utes, the focus now turns to winning the recruiting battle and looking ahead to the 2017 season. Generally, the o...

Snow Fever with Chloe Fausa

Snow Fever with Chloe Fausa

January 9, 2017

For Chloe Fausa, watching the snow fall can be a wonder of its own. As the flakes fall from the sky and gather on the ground, the pile creates a sense of wonder unlike anything else. There’s always something to do in the snow whether it’s building a snowman, having a snowball fight or making snow...

U Ski Team: Ready to Hit the Slopes

U Ski Team: Ready to Hit the Slopes

January 9, 2017

Utah’s Ski team begins its 2017 season as an NCAA favorite once again. The Utes, who finished third overall at the 2016 NCAA championships — with two individual NCAA Champions — boasts one of the strongest rosters in the field. “On the Alpine side, we are pretty much the same,” said senior Chloe Fausa...

Mixed Results for Utah Swimming

December 7, 2016

The Utah men's swimming team beat the Wyoming Cowboys handily 171-129 in Green River, Wyo. over the weekend while the Utah women's side struggled against Boise State, falling 174-126. "The men's meet was fantastic," said head coach Joe Dykstra. "We struggled in this meet last year, and it was a totally...

No One Can Replace Whittingham

No One Can Replace Whittingham

December 5, 2016

Grab your torches and pitchforks, ladies and gentlemen. After an abysmal loss at the hands of Oregon, followed by failing to play upset in Boulder, the Utes finished with an 8-4 record — third place in the Pac-12 South. Once again, the Utes controlled their own destiny heading into the final three...

Swim: Utes Ready for Busy Weekend

Swim: Utes Ready for Busy Weekend

December 3, 2016

After the men and women finished second and seventh, respectively, at the Ohio State Invitational in Columbus, Ohio, the teams are preparing for their final meets before the holiday break. The Utah swimming team will split up for two dual meets on Saturday, Dec. 3. Utah men vs. Wyoming For the second year ...

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