Nakajima wins in doubles but USU loses to Wildcats

Andrew Nakajima and Jaime Barajas had an impressive win in their doubles match in the NCAA tournament, but the other purple clad Wildcats of Northwestern ousted the Aggies 4 matches to 2 at the Hellman Tennis Complex in Berkeley, California. Nakajima did his job by helping his doubles team win 6-2 over Chris Ephron and Michael … Continue reading Nakajima wins in doubles but USU loses to Wildcats

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Hayward snubbed from All-NBA honors

The three all-NBA teams were announced today and despite the best finish in 7 years by the Utah Jazz, Hayward wasn't among the 15 to be honored. This announcement came after Gordon Hayward made it to his first All-Star team. Hayward was the most deserving of the Utah Jazz players especially after recording stellar scoring … Continue reading Hayward snubbed from All-NBA honors

USU hosts MWC Title Track Meet

For the first time ever, Utah State University was able to host the Mountain West Conference championship for track and field. The tracksters and fielders were all out in bunches at the Ralph Maughan track stadium this weekend. Utah State finished third in the men's field and the Aggie women finished 8th in the deep … Continue reading USU hosts MWC Title Track Meet

How the Jazz will keep Hayward

Some teams bring in iconic local greats like The Boston Celtics did by bringing Tom Brady and David Ortiz to meet Kevin Durant last year. Other tech savvy teams like the Golden State Warriors by Silicon Valley use state of the art gimmicks like virtual reality presentations to successfully lure their star to their team. … Continue reading How the Jazz will keep Hayward

Jazz future still bright after Game 3 Loss to Warriors

The Jazz have swung three times and struck out. They may have not lead at all in the first two games in Oakland in this series. Game 3 was a different story. The Jazz took a one point lead before half and played a close game until the last 4 minutes to the delight of … Continue reading Jazz future still bright after Game 3 Loss to Warriors

“Love” is not all the Aggies need in tennis postseason matchups

The Utah State Aggies punched their first ever team bid to the NCAA men's tennis team. The team held a Selection Show watch party with fans on Tuesday and were  excited to hear that Northwestern University from the Big 10 Conference would be their first round matchup. When asked about the upcoming matchup with the … Continue reading “Love” is not all the Aggies need in tennis postseason matchups

Tiptoe through the Tulips

Brett Hales had broken the course records 2 times previously at Thanksgiving Point. While he did take first place honors at the 8th annual Tulip Festival half marathon, difficult weather conditions resulted in his time being 40 seconds shy of his course personal record. He covered the 13.1 mile course in 1 hour 9 minutes … Continue reading Tiptoe through the Tulips