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Runnin’ Utes Look to Continue Winning Streak at Stanford

Runnin’ Utes Look to Continue Winning Streak at Stanford

By Tony Kar

January 24, 2019

  After defeating the Colorado Buffaloes 78-69, the Runnin' Utes will head to Northern California with the motivation to extend their win-streak to three games as they take on the 9-9 Stanford Cardinal. With the Utes finally breaking their .500 record, they'll have extra motivation to improve...

Runnin’ Utes Return Home to Take on UW

Runnin’ Utes Return Home to Take on UW

By Tony Kar

January 10, 2019

  After a heartbreaking loss in Tucson, the Runnin' Utes return back home to the Huntsman Center to play the 10-4 Washington Huskies. With the Utes being at .500 with a 7-7 record, they will have extra motivation to take down their conference foes. Their next three games will be in Salt Lake...

Runnin’ Utes Fall to BYU in Beehive Classic

Runnin’ Utes Fall to BYU in Beehive Classic

By Tony Kar

December 9, 2018

  The Runnin’ Utes fell by 15 points with a score of 74-59 to their long-time rivals, the BYU Cougars, in the Beehive Classic on Saturday afternoon, at the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Sedrick Barefield warmed up in the second half and led Utah by scoring with 16 points. Both Timmy Allen and...

Being a Ute Runs in the Family: For Beau Rydalch, Basketball is Tradition

Being a Ute Runs in the Family: For Beau Rydalch, Basketball is Tradition

By Casey Overfield

December 7, 2018

  "Like father, like son" is a term commonly used when comparing the likeness of a son to that of his father, whether it be looks, personality or tendencies.   For University of Utah junior basketball player Beau Rydalch, the similarities between him and his dad go beyond physical ones. Ryda...

Runnin’ Utes Return Home to Host Tulsa

Runnin’ Utes Return Home to Host Tulsa

By Tony Kar

November 30, 2018

  After traveling to California for the Wooden Legacy and going 1-2 in those three games with a win against Grand Canyon and losses against Hawaii and Northwestern, the Utes are returning home to take on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. The Hurricane have played well throughout this season as they...

Runnin’ Utes Win Season-Opener Against Maine, 75-61

Runnin’ Utes Win Season-Opener Against Maine, 75-61

By Tony Kar

November 10, 2018

  The Utah Runnin’ Utes opened their 2018-2019 basketball season with a 75-61 victory over the Maine Black Bears on Thursday night at the Huntsman Center. The Utes started the game off well as they went on a 14-4 run led by Senior Sedrick Barefield, who had 18 points on 5/13 shooting and...

Jayce Johnson Steps into New Leadership Role

Jayce Johnson Steps into New Leadership Role

By Leif Thulin

November 9, 2018

  The University of Utah Runnin’ Utes team features a unique blend of youthful talent and veteran leadership that should allow for a successful season battling with the likes of the Pac-12 conference. With the impressive, touted incoming class and Sedrick Barefield’s return, the presence...

Utah Hosts Maine in Season Opener

Utah Hosts Maine in Season Opener

By Casey Overfield

November 7, 2018

  In their 2018 home opener, the University of Utah men’s basketball team will host the University of Maine. Last week in their annual exhibition game, the Utes hosted the College of Idaho Yotes. Utah came away with a 96-76 win. The highest scorer for Utah was freshman Timmy Allen with ...

Runnin’ Utes Top Coyotes in Exhibition Match-Up

Runnin’ Utes Top Coyotes in Exhibition Match-Up

By Tony Kar

November 4, 2018

  The Runnin’ Utes defeated the Idaho Coyotes in their first exhibition match-up with a final score of 96-76. The Utes started the game with a 12-2 run and ended the first half dominating the Yotes. They out-rebounded Idaho by 4 and took good care of the ball with just five turnovers. Donnie...

Black Athletes’ Struggles to Outrun Racism

Black Athletes’ Struggles to Outrun Racism

By Brittni Meservy

February 12, 2018

Oftentimes sports are played as a distraction from reality. On the court, basketball players can escape and focus on the game, but for some, it’s not that easy. Sometimes through sports, athletes are reminded of the world and what they can’t change, like the color of their skin. For freshman forward Donnie Tillman and sophomore guard Kolbe Cald...

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