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Good, Bad and Ugly: A Pac-12 Mascot Round-Up

Good, Bad and Ugly: A Pac-12 Mascot Round-Up

By Casey Overfield

September 17, 2019

  Mascots are known as representatives for businesses, schools and sports teams. The more outrageous the mascot, the more memorable they are.   Most schools have at least one mascot, and some even have two — one male mascot and one female mascot, or one “fake” mascot and one that is...

Utes Drop Three Against No. 3 UCLA

Utes Drop Three Against No. 3 UCLA

By Casey Overfield

April 28, 2019

  The University of Utah softball team was unable to stay afloat as they dropped three games to No. 3 UCLA this weekend. Utah was outscored 22-1 by the nationally ranked Bruins, and the Utes managed only 11 hits over the course of three games.    Game 1 The Utes were shut out in Game 1 of ...

Utes Prep For No. 2 UCLA

Utes Prep For No. 2 UCLA

By Casey Overfield

April 27, 2019

As they begin the decline of their season, the University of Utah softball team (15-29 overall, 4-11 conference) will travel to California to play three games against No. 2 UCLA (40-2 overall, 14-1 conference). Scouting the Utes Utah is coming off of a tough loss to Weber State. The Utes...

Red Rocks Season Ends at NCAA Semifinals

Red Rocks Season Ends at NCAA Semifinals

By Sammy Mora

April 21, 2019

  The season for the University of Utah women’s gymnastics team is over. The Red Rocks competed in the first semifinal for the national championship on Friday, and they came in fourth place behind UCLA, LSU and Michigan. The team scored a season-low score of 196.725 on the day's meet. Pac-12...

Runnin’ Utes Finish Up Regular Season with Win Over UCLA Bruins

Runnin’ Utes Finish Up Regular Season with Win Over UCLA Bruins

By Tony Kar

March 10, 2019

  The University of Utah Runnin' Utes finished up their 2018-2019 Regular Season with a 92-81 win on their home-court against the UCLA Bruins. Utah finished with an overall record of 17-13, while their record against Pac-12 opponents has improved to 11-7. Meanwhile, UCLA fell to a disappointing...

Chalk Talk: The Vault

Chalk Talk: The Vault

By Sammy Mora

March 2, 2019

  There is more than meets the eye when it comes to gymnastics. It might look simple to an average fan, but there are a lot of things that go on behind the scenes. In most of its events, there are certain elements that a gymnast's routine must have to be considered complete and lead to a perfect ...

Utah Swim and Dive Heads to Pac-12 Championships

Utah Swim and Dive Heads to Pac-12 Championships

By Casey Overfield

February 27, 2019

  Closing out their 2019 season, the University of Utah men's and women’s swim and dive teams will head off to Federal Way, Washington for the Pac-12 Championships. This four-day meet will feature Washington State, Oregon State, USC, UCLA, UC Berkeley, Arizona, Arizona State and Stanford. ...

Red Rocks Give it All But Fall to Bruins

Red Rocks Give it All But Fall to Bruins

By Sammy Mora

February 24, 2019

  Despite scoring a season-high total score on the balance beam, the No. 4 University of Utah (9-2, 5-1 Pac-12) fell to the current national champion No. 2 UCLA Bruins (10-0, 6-0 Pac-12) 198.025-197.625. Over 15,558 fans packed the Jon M. Huntsman Center to see this top five showdown. The...

Red Rocks Set to Compete in Meet of the Season Against Rival Bruins

Red Rocks Set to Compete in Meet of the Season Against Rival Bruins

By Sammy Mora

February 23, 2019

  The road to the Pac-12 Gymnastics Championship goes through Salt Lake this week as the No. 4 University of Utah Red Rocks Gymnastics team (9-1, 5-0 Pac-12) takes on the defending NCAA Champions, No. 2 UCLA (9-0, 5-0 Pac-12) in what is set to be the meet of the season. Scouting the Utes ...

Red Rocks Split Weekend Away

Red Rocks Split Weekend Away

By Sammy Mora

February 19, 2019

  It was an eventful weekend for the No. 4 University of Utah Red Rocks gymnastics team. On Friday, they competed in their first quad of the regular season, against Louisiana State University (LSU), Missouri and Stanford. The team took second in the quad, falling to LSU, but rebounded on Monday...

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