The Daily Utah Chronicle

Utah Football Repeated a Disappointing History in 2016

Utah Football Repeated a Disappointing History in 2016

By Jared Walch

April 25, 2017

Let’s get real here for a minute — disappointment sucks. It sucks when we don’t get that promotion we have worked so hard for. It sucks when we don’t get that close parking stall at the grocery store. It sucks when we have unexpected bills come up. No matter how you slice it, disappointment sucks...

Not Slow, But Steady: U Track and Field Sees Gradual Improvements

Not Slow, But Steady: U Track and Field Sees Gradual Improvements

By Jared Walch

April 20, 2017

The goal for any sports team is to continually get better and better until it can eventually win a championship. The goal is to get to the top of the mountain, but it doesn’t always happen over night — it sometimes takes incremental progress year after year. For the University of Utah track and field...

In the Turf War, the Grass is Always Greener

In the Turf War, the Grass is Always Greener

By Jared Walch

April 20, 2017

Scientific advancement is a wonderful thing. We’ve come so far within just the past decade or so, making advancements and innovations that were once thought impossible. Within the realm of sports, scientific achievement is at the forefront. Since these advances, especially in medical science, we are...

Track and Field: Utes Have Strong Weekend of Competition

Track and Field: Utes Have Strong Weekend of Competition

By Jared Walch

April 19, 2017

This past weekend, the University of Utah track and field team competed at three different meets. The Utes traveled to southern California to take part in the Mt. SAC Relays, the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate and the Brian Clay Invitational. Utah had runners in all three different meets, and head coach...

Golf: Utes Finish 3rd at Cougar Classic

Golf: Utes Finish 3rd at Cougar Classic

By Jared Walch

April 14, 2017

The University of Utah men's golf team traveled down south to Provo for the PING Cougar Classic golf tournament. Though the Utes led towards the end of the tournament, it was the hometown BYU Cougars who came away with the victory as the visiting Utes ended up in third place overall. The Utes carded 2-under...

Kepler Sees Player Potential, Individualizes Support

Kepler Sees Player Potential, Individualizes Support

By Jared Walch

April 13, 2017

Behind the success of every team is a great coach. It can sometimes be a position that is often overlooked when a team, or a specific athlete in particular has a breakout season, but the success of any athlete or any team comes down to the strength of the coaching staff. For the University of Utah women’s...

Utah sets new track record at Utah/Weber State Spring Classic

Utah sets new track record at  Utah/Weber State Spring Classic

By Jared Walch

April 9, 2017

Marking its first home meet of the season, the University of Utah track and field team hosted the first part of the Utah/Weber State Spring Classic at the McCarthey Family Track and Field on Friday, April 7. Taking advantage of the friendly crowd and familiar terrain, the Utes ended up with four event...

Women’s Basketball: Utes End Season Above .500

Women’s Basketball: Utes End Season Above .500

By Jared Walch

March 22, 2017

The University of Utah women's basketball team recently finished its season in a somewhat disappointing fashion. They lost in the first round of the WNIT to UC Davis at the Huntsman Center on March 17. While this isn't the outcome that the team may have hoped for, there are still plenty of positives...

Women’s Basketball: Utes Fall in NIT

Women’s Basketball: Utes Fall in NIT

By Jared Walch

March 20, 2017

After a first round loss in the Pac-12 tournament earlier this month, the University of Utah women's basketball team was invited to participate in the WNIT tournament. The Utes took to the Jon M. Huntsman Center on Friday, March 17 as they prepared to battle UC Davis. When the final buzzer sounded, th...

Sports Drinks Fuel Success

March 4, 2017

In the classic ‘90s film “The Waterboy,” Adam Sandler’s character Bobby Boucher makes the college football team after his dedicated service as its waterboy. He eventually becomes known across the country for his hard-hitting tackles and sacks. At first, he is hesitant to want to hurt anyone,...

Stay Up to Date!
Stay up to date with our top stories delivered straight to your inbox!
We respect your privacy. No spam. Ever.