Daily Utah Chronicle

H2H: Should Athletes Be Dancing Through the Snow?

By Dakota Grossman and Kyle Garahana

December 11, 2017

Home for the Holidays By Kyle Garahana As the old saying goes, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” When it comes to student-athletes being overworked because they are training during winter break when school isn’t in session, that creates problems beyond being dull. Overworking student-athletes ...

Should Student-Athletes Profit From Play?

Should Student-Athletes Profit From Play?

By Dakota Grossman and Kyle Garahana

December 4, 2017

Athletes Deserve a Cut By Dakota Grossman Participating in college sports is like working a job. The coach is the boss and the athletes are the employees with high expectations for their performance. Similar to being employed, playing a sport can be enjoyable, but at times it is consuming and str...

Women’s Basketball: Potter Becomes All-Time Blocks Leader as Utah Defeats Saint Mary’s, 74-63

Women’s Basketball: Potter Becomes All-Time Blocks Leader as Utah Defeats Saint Mary’s, 74-63

By Kyle Garahana

December 1, 2017

After a sluggish start, the University of Utah Women’s Basketball team found its stride and it continued its success against Saint Mary’s on Saturday afternoon in the Huntsman Center winning by a score of 74-63. “Offensively, we sputtered a little bit at times,” said head coach Lynne Roberts....

Boclair Sets Example for Teammates

Boclair Sets Example for Teammates

By Kyle Garahana

November 23, 2017

Heading into her senior year at the University of Utah, starting forward for the women’s basketball team, Tanaeya Boclair, is embracing her leadership role both on and off the court. The third-year starter and captain is expected to play as an important piece in the 2017-18 season for the Utes, and...

Moore Brings Intensity to Court

Moore Brings Intensity to Court

By Kyle Garahana

November 23, 2017

H eading into her sophomore season as a University of Utah women’s basketball guard, Kiana Moore is looking to make a name for herself. Moore wants to make sure her name is remembered for the way she plays the game and not in comparisons to other athletes. “I just want to be my own person,”...

Growing Pains Shape Woolley for Success

Growing Pains Shape Woolley for Success

By Kyle Garahana

November 2, 2017

The head coach of the University of Utah men's tennis team, Roeland Brateanu, said that since Utah has joined the Pac-12 Conference, "It’s like everything we’ve done has been put on steroids.” Utah has been focusing on beefing up its roster in order to become competitive in the league it has called...

Choy Finds Success Thousands of Miles Away From Home

Choy Finds Success Thousands of Miles Away From Home

By Kyle Garahana

October 22, 2017

Nearly 3,000 miles away from the place she grew up, Hawaii native and starting sophomore setter for the University of Utah women’s volleyball team, Bailey Choy, has made Utah her second home. “I really love it here,” Choy said. “When I came here for my visit, I felt the culture and the people...

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