The Daily Utah Chronicle

DiGrazia takes gold as Utes place fifth

By By James Boehly, Staff Writer

September 21, 2008

By James Boehly, Staff WriterWhen it comes to senior Chelsea DiGrazia, cross country coach Kyle Kepler might want to change his motto to: any time, any place.On Saturday, in the Montana State Invitational, DiGrazia earned her second gold-medal finish with a time of 17 minutes 21 seconds in the 3-mile...

Utes remain unbeaten in last four games

By By Bryan Chouinard, Staff Writer

September 21, 2008

By Bryan Chouinard, Staff WriterUtah's defense continued to shine this weekend, allowing only one goal in the team's past four games. That one goal came early Sunday afternoon in the eighth minute of Utah's matchup with California State Fullerton. It was a shot off the boot of Tamra Dewey of CSF fro...

Utes get swept by Wyoming, start MWC 0-2

By By Paige Fieldsted, Staff Writer

September 21, 2008

By Paige Fieldsted, Staff WriterLARAMIE, Wyo.8212;It looked as though the combination of high elevation (7,220 feet) and an intense road crowd sucked the life out of the Utah women's volleyball game. The Wyoming Cowgirls took advantage of the home court energy and handed the Utes its third-consecutive los...

Utes succeed in doubles, singles at BYU Invitational

By By Quinn Wilcox, Staff Writer

September 21, 2008

By Quinn Wilcox, Staff WriterOver the weekend, the Utah women's tennis team completed its first tournament of 2008 at the BYU Invitational, held in Provo.Freshman Lisa Johnson brought home the only Ute championship of the tournament in singles play of the flight B section.The tournament was an overall ...

Utah narrowly wins game against Air Force, 30-23

By By Tony Pizza, Sports Editor

September 19, 2008

By Tony Pizza, Sports EditorUtah has been shooting itself in the foot all season. It almost killed the Utes' BCS hopes this weekend.Darrell Mack had 101 yards and three touchdowns and Matt Asiata added another 116 on the ground as the Utes (4-0, 2-0 MWC) beat Air Force 30-23 and opened the season 4-0...

It?s all a game of numbers against Air Force

By By Nick Pappas

September 18, 2008

By Nick PappasFootball is a game of numbers. I spend hours every week crunching the numbers of my three fantasy football teams. If you want to really find out how good your team is doing, spend some time looking at their total yards, the yards they allow and where they're ranked in the conference.Sometime...

Cross country prepares for Montana State Invitational

By By James Boehly, Staff Writer

September 18, 2008

By James Boehly, Staff WriterAfter a third-place finish at the Colorado State Open, the Utah cross country team will head to Bozeman, Mont., for the Montana State Invitational.Like the Colorado State Open, this week's meet will include numerous opponents. Montana State, Montana, Weber State, Utah Sta...

Utes hope to continue shutout streak

By By Bryan Chouinard, Staff Writer

September 18, 2008

By Bryan Chouinard, Staff WriterMWC Defensive Player of the Week Emalee Rogers and the Utah defense will put their shutout streak on the line this weekend in back-to-back home games at Ute Field.The Utes haven't been scored on in their past two contests, which earned Rogers the weekly award and gave...

Patchwork line is set for now

By By James Boehly, Staff Writer

September 18, 2008

By James Boehly, Staff WriterThe Utes couldn't have asked for a better start to the season. As quarterback Brian Johnson said after Utah's win over Utah State, "You have to go 3-0 to go 4-0. The only problem to Utah's start is the shortage the Utes are having on the defensive line."No other position...

Utes prepare for Air Force Academy

By By Chris Kamrani, Staff Writer

September 18, 2008

By Chris Kamrani, Staff WriterAccording to the National Security Act of 1947, "(The Air Force) shall be organized, trained, and equipped primarily for prompt and sustained offensive and defensive air operations."As for their football program, it's a bit ironic that every offensive facet entails everything...

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