USU Eastern’s Eagles have had a rough go of it in conference play and over the span of games from January 17-19, the Eagles went on a three-game-road-losing streak. In those three road games, the team lost by an average of 15 points and struggled to consistently play as a team.  After the disappointing road trip, the Eagles hoped to have a reversal of fortune as they returned home to Price.
Posted Wednesday, February 1, 2017 - 9:25pm
What a weekend of football. These were three-heavy weight battles and then one game that ended up being more competitive than anyone thought it would be. These really were some great games. Let’s talk about all of them.
Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 7:11pm
With high expectations for the 2017 spring season, Utah State University Eastern welcomes newcomer Brittani Richins and her softball program to the sports family in Price. Out of Tremonton, Utah, Coach Richins has vast experience with softball. Playing since age 6, she moved on to play through middle school and high school at Bear River High. That didn’t stop her though, she moved on to play at the next level at Lamar Community College and Adam’s State University. Prior to USUE, Brittani coached under her former mentor, Craig Brooks at Lamar Community College.
Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 7:08pm
Ousseynou Karbala Gueye [KG] is a 6-foot 11-inch center from Senegal, West Africa, and is a member of the Utah State University Eastern men’s basketball team. He speaks WOLOF, his native language; French; English, in which he learned in six months; and can also understand Spanish and a bit of Filipino. Gueye joined the Eagles this semester as a late transfer. Although he will not be eligible to play this year, he will practice with the Eagles and will be eligible to play next semester.
Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 7:05pm
Following a three-week break, the Eagles opened up conferences play Jan. 5 in front of their home fans in Price, Utah. The fans got their money’s worth as the team would take the nationally ranked defending champion Salt Lake Community College to the final play of the game. It almost seemed as if the game was being replayed from last year’s fan appreciation night. The team fought hard all game and came up short, losing in the last seconds of the game, 72-73.
Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 7:02pm
After having an impressive preseason, the USU Eastern’s women’s basketball team stumbled out of the gate to begin conference play. The Eagles went 9-5 in their exhibition season and looked poised to carry their success into the regular season. However, the team fell flat over the first-five-conference games, going 1-4. They began their campaign hosting the Salt Lake Community College Bruins Jan. 5 at the BDAC. This game marked the end of a 2-1 road trip that finished up the preseason.
Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 6:47pm
Entering her second season as assistant coach at USU Eastern, Morgan Warburton-Nelson finds herself as a regular fixture on the coaching staff. Working alongside her sister, head coach Chelsey Warburton, Morgan helped shape the Eagles’ women’s basketball team into a powerful squad. An example that illustrates this change is the team having finished their exhibition games with nine victories, equaling the total wins through all of last season.
Posted Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 6:10pm
The basketball story behind sophomore Yarima Leticia Gutierrez journey from Copper Hills High School to USU Eastern is not the usual. She came to college in 2014 as a student, not student athlete. After one year of college and an LDS mission, she decided basketball still had a role to play in her life. Gutierrez attended school in Price in 2014 before she was called to serve an LDS mission in Guatemala. She came back in 2016 spring semester, and that is where her basketball story at USU Eastern begins.
Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 3:20pm
Edmond James Sanders Jr. Staff writer
Posted Monday, December 12, 2016 - 5:58pm
You know what happens when you’re rooting for a creaky but, lovable football team that everyone has already counted out? You relish the victories. All of them. Every single one. You know the season could collapse at any time. You know you’re hanging onto hope by a thread. It’s a little liberating. Your expectations are low because you shouldn’t expect anything at all.
Posted Monday, December 12, 2016 - 5:46pm