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Football: Orchard, Clay, Anderson make good showings at Pro Day

March 26, 2015

All eyes were on some of the Utes’ most promising athletes heading into Utah’s Pro Day, and Nate Orchard, Dres Anderson and Kaelin Clay all said they were able to accomplish a lot that they may not necessarily have shown at the NFL Combine in February. RELATED: BLECHEN AND THE REST OF THE UTES PUT IN ALL ON THE LINE FOR PRO DAY Defensive end Orchard ran a 4.80 40-yard dash at the Combine and has had pr...

Football: Blechen and the rest of the Utes put it all on the line for Pro Day

March 26, 2015

Utah football hosted its Pro Day on Thursday at Eccles Football Center, and the Utes represented themselves well. Fred Whittingham said more NFL scouts than years previous were in attendance this year because of some of the talent the Utes have to offer. One notable attendee was Eagles’ head coach...

Spring football: Utes focused on all the details starting spring camp

March 24, 2015

Utah football opened up its spring camp today at the Eccles Football Center and the Utes were focused on all sides of the ball. While the excitement towards Utah football was finally back, they still practiced with no pads on their first day back to work. Head coach Kyle Whittingham said the team got off to a good start and th...

Women’s tennis: Utah upsets Washington, sweeps weekend

March 24, 2015

The Utah women’s tennis team had a dominating performance over the weekend, as the Utes took down No. 60 Oregon Friday night and on Sunday won their doubleheader, upsetting No. 46 Washington, and then beating Weber State later that day. When they faced the Ducks, the Utes won 5-2 with strong pe...

Men’s tennis: Utes down Cougars 4-2 in Provo

Men’s tennis: Utes down Cougars 4-2 in Provo

March 8, 2015

The Utah men’s tennis team traveled to Provo to face off against BYU and came back home with a win, beating the Cougars 4-2. This improves the Utes’ overall record to 8-5 on the season. Head coach Roeland Brateanu said he was proud of his team pulling through, despite losing their best player, Slim Hanza...

Women’s hoops: Levrets ‘relieved of his duties’ after 9-21 season

Women’s hoops: Levrets ‘relieved of his duties’ after 9-21 season

March 8, 2015

After two consecutive losing seasons and a loss in the first round of the 2015 Pac-12 tournament, Anthony Levrets has been “relieved of his duties” as the head coach of the Utah women’s basketball team, according to Utah Athletics. YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: UTAH BATTLES, BUT DROPS FIRST-ROUND GAME TO UW Dr. C...

Women’s hoops: Utah battles, but drops first-round game to UW

March 6, 2015

A high-scoring affair in the first round of the Pac-12 tournament did not end well for Utah, dropping the contest to five-seed Washington 75-64.Utah head coach Anthony Levrets said that despite the outcome, he is proud of his team.“Obviously the result is disappointing, but I'm not going to let s...

Women’s hoops: Utes prepare for first round of Pac-12 tourney

Women’s hoops: Utes prepare for first round of Pac-12 tourney

March 4, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Utah is headed to the first round of the Pac-12 tournament in Seattle, Wash. and will face-off against the Huskies for the third time this season at 8:30 p.m. PT Thursday night. RELATED: UTES LOOK TO FINISH SEASON STRONG In the previous two games against Washin...

Skiing: Utes place first at Seawolf, second in RMISA Championship

Skiing: Utes place first at Seawolf, second in RMISA Championship

March 3, 2015

The Utah ski team was kept busy all last week placing first at the Alaska Seawolf Invitational on Feb. 26 before finishing second in the RMISA Championship/NCAA West Regional on Feb. 28. Kevin Sweeney, director of skiing, said the team’s performance in Alaska sets them up nicely for what they have...

Women’s hoops: Utes drop final regular-season, Pac-12 contest at Arizona

March 1, 2015

On Sunday afternoon, the Utes were unable to replicate their dominant performance from when they first played Arizona this season. Instead, the Wildcats dominated Utah right from the tip-off as the Utes lost their final Pac-12 regular season game 64-41. YOU MAY HAVE MISSED: UTES LOOK TO FINISH SEASON STRONG Ute head coach Anthony Levrets said the team did not have any issues with competitiveness, ...

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