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Fueled by Pain: How Utah Athletes Used Sports to Heal After Tragedy

Fueled by Pain: How Utah Athletes Used Sports to Heal After Tragedy

By Brayden Ramsay

October 16, 2019

  What does a grieving process look like? Does it involve sitting in a bedroom and letting out a good cry? What about spending time with those closest to you and reminiscing on good memories? Maybe it's distracting the mind for a few hours by doing something you love. Throughout history, sporting...

Utah Storms Joe Piane Invitational and Takes Down No. 1

Utah Storms Joe Piane Invitational and Takes Down No. 1

By Brayden Ramsay

October 4, 2019

  The University of Utah cross country team upset the first ranked Colorado Buffaloes and nine other nationally ranked teams at the Joe Piane Invitational on Friday. This win comes after a month away from racing. South Bend, Indiana and the University of Notre Dame played host to the Joe Piane...

Utes Look to Attack Aztecs in Weekend Matchup

Utes Look to Attack Aztecs in Weekend Matchup

By Brayden Ramsay

September 26, 2019

The University of Utah women’s tennis team will take part in the San Diego State Fall Classic beginning on Friday. Last weekend, the Utes took part in the Miami Fall Invite in Coral Gables, Florida, where they took on competitors from the University of Miami, Louisiana State, Florida Atlantic, Florida...

Utah Volleyball Looks to Down Cougars in Rivalry Matchup

Utah Volleyball Looks to Down Cougars in Rivalry Matchup

By Brayden Ramsay

September 18, 2019

  The No. 18 University of Utah Volleyball team will be back at the Huntsman Center on Thursday night to take on No. 13 BYU Cougars. Utah is looking to beat their rivals after losing their last two matches in the Pepperdine Asics Classic. After knocking off No. 7 Kentucky and No. 23 Cal P...

The Henchman: A Utah Fanatics Story

The Henchman: A Utah Fanatics Story

By Brayden Ramsay

September 18, 2019

  Ute football has some diehard fans. Some may lose their voices cheering as the game moves along while others may be watching the game as intensely as a strength coach on leg day. Some fans are even recognizable game after game because of their extravagant outfits and excitability. One of those...

Utes Score Twice in Win Over Wolfpack

Utes Score Twice in Win Over Wolfpack

By Brayden Ramsay

September 14, 2019

  The University of Utah Women’s Soccer Team traveled to Reno, Nevada to take on the Nevada Wolfpack on Friday night. Utah controlled the game from the opening kickoff, outshooting the Wolfpack nineteen to six with eight shots on goal. Holly Daugirda started the scoring for the Utes with a goa...

Cross Country: Utes Finish Second at CSI Invitational

Cross Country: Utes Finish Second at CSI Invitational

By Brayden Ramsay

September 7, 2019

  The No. 22 ranked University of Utah cross country team had eleven runners finish in the top fifteen in the CSI (College of Southern Idaho) Invitational on Friday. A second-place finish was the Utes' fate as they competed against CSI, Northwest Nazarene, Weber State and Westminster. "To...

Utah Cross Country Look to Defend First Place Finish at CSI Classic

Utah Cross Country Look to Defend First Place Finish at CSI Classic

By Brayden Ramsay

September 6, 2019

  The University of Utah Cross Country team started the 2019 season with a bang last week at the UVU Invitational, taking third place in the competition. Three of Utah’s freshman — Grace Burnett, Karli Branch and Ellie Lundgreen — became the highlight of the meet, exceeding expectations...

Leachman’s Last Hoorah

Leachman’s Last Hoorah

By Brayden Ramsay

September 4, 2019

  Sports and family are two of the biggest motivators for the University of Utah soccer’s Tavia Leachman. After being sidelined for a part of two seasons at the U, Leachman’s strong familial foundation has helped her remain strong and come back healthy for her senior year. Before coming...

Ramsay: Let the Kids Play

Ramsay: Let the Kids Play

By Brayden Ramsay

August 31, 2019

  Why is it that in today’s world of sports there is a massive noticeable decline in fan attendance at Major League Baseball games? Could it be that it’s a game that takes over two and a half hours to complete? What about it not being a full-contact sport? Maybe it’s the fact that 162 games...

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