The Daily Utah Chronicle

Women’s Basketball Returns Home to Host UVU

Women’s Basketball Returns Home to Host UVU

By Leilani Gastelum

November 30, 2018

  This weekend, Utah continues in non-conference play, and will look to continue their perfect record against the Wolverines of Utah Valley University. The Utes are hosting four games in a row at the Jon M. Huntsman Center. The game against UVU will be the second of four home games. In the...

Meet Megan Huff: The Utes’ Most Valuable Player

Meet Megan Huff: The Utes’ Most Valuable Player

By Tony Kar

November 22, 2018

  The University of Utah women’s basketball team features a blend of youthful talent and veteran presence that should allow the Utes the ability to compete in the Pac-12. It’s clear that they strive for being the best and are not a team to be overlooked. There are many factors into why...

Utah Takes 5th Straight Win Against Eastern Washington

Utah Takes 5th Straight Win Against Eastern Washington

By Casey Overfield

November 21, 2018

  In their most recent preseason game, the University of Utah women’s basketball team headed back on the road to Eastern Washington University after three consecutive games at home. Utah is returning with a 95-51 victory over the Eagles. The Utes went into this game off of their fourth strai...

Utes Host Long Beach State

Utes Host Long Beach State

By Casey Overfield

November 16, 2018

  Continuing their preseason run, the University of Utah women’s basketball team is hosting Long Beach State University in their second straight home game. This game will be the second of three straight home games. In their previous game, the Utes took down the University of Alabama 72-6...

Get With The Program: Utes Train with Military Style Program for Competitive Edge

Get With The Program: Utes Train with Military Style Program for Competitive Edge

By Leilani Gastelum

November 7, 2018

  The University of Utah Women’s basketball team knew that they wanted to start off the 2018-2019 season as a strong and united team. Even after long hours of practice, there was still one more thing they felt was important in fully preparing their team: involvement with The Program Athletics. The...

Utah’s Senior Presence Remains Key to Program Success

Utah’s Senior Presence Remains Key to Program Success

By Zach Janis

May 31, 2018

As the 2017-2018 school year comes to a close, it gives us time to reflect on our achievements, struggles we endured and the outlook for the future we share. The same is true for Utah athletics. With the exception of track and field, all Utah sports have concluded for the school year, and so, the se...

Student-Athletes Wrap up their Athletic Careers

Student-Athletes Wrap up their Athletic Careers

By Dakota Grossman

May 1, 2018

Senior year seems to come and go before students have even made a game plan. For University of Utah student-athletes, their careers as Utes are approaching the finish line. Each of them will have unique stories and experiences to share once they’re done, however, one concern they have in common is...

New Language, New Team

New Language, New Team

By Dakota Grossman

March 5, 2018

Traveling to a foreign country to compete for a Division l program can be intimidating, but many international athletes chase after this experience — even if it means teaching themselves a second language along the way. Maurane Corbin, a freshman on the University of Utah women’s basketball team,...

Women’s Basketball: Utah Falls to Colorado in Pac-12 Tournament, 66-56

Women’s Basketball: Utah Falls to Colorado in Pac-12 Tournament, 66-56

By Gianna Cefalu

March 3, 2018

In the first round of the 2018 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament in Seattle, Washington, the University of Utah women’s basketball team (17-13 overall, 8-10 Pac-12) lost to the Colorado Buffaloes (15-15 overall, 5-13 Pac-12) by a score of 66-56. Colorado had a dominated Utah all night long...

Personal Days Make Game Days Meaningful

Personal Days Make Game Days Meaningful

By Dakota Grossman

March 2, 2018

Connecting the mind to the body in a positive way is crucial for athletic performance. However, in a survey conducted by the American College Health Association, half of the student-athlete respondents reported feeling overwhelming anxiety in the 12 months, and 30 percent felt depressed in the past 12...

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