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Multiple Utah State Eastern athletic teams earned NJCAA Academic Team Awards with 29-student athletes earning NJCAA All-Academic Awards for their work in 2017-18. The NJCAA announced in June that five teams from USU Eastern earned Academic Team Awards for the 2017-2018 school year. The following teams earned honorable mention academic team awards: men's basketball, 3.2 overall GPA; women's basketball, 3.51 GPA; women's soccer, 3.08 GPA; softball, 3.12 GPA; and volleyball, 3.52 GPA.
Posted Monday, July 9, 2018 - 12:45am
Former USU Eastern assistant coach, Justin Brown, accepted the assistant coach position with Eastern Illinois University moving on to the Division 1 ranks.
Posted Monday, July 9, 2018 - 12:30am
In August 2017, Utah State University Eastern added another member to the athletic training team: Raberta Johnson, who started working part-time as assistant athletic trainer and is working part time. She was a perfect addition and works well with Jess Brinkerhoff, head athletic trainer.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:51am
Analyzing herself yearly to see how she is progressing as a person is one of Alyssa Crumley’s attributes that make her a better person and athlete. Crumley is from Blackfoot Idaho, and attended Snake River High School. She has played basketball and softball since she was four years old. Crumley came to USU Eastern because of the atmosphere. She believes that “everyone here is hardworking and kind.”
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:49am
French Native Robin Ben Popeso came to USUE in pursuit to continue his soccer career. He first attended USUE in Fall 2017 after being impressed by the soccer program in Price. He felt as if he had a great opportunity to make something happen with his soccer career if he transferred. Popeso began his collegiate career at Malcom X College in Chicago, where he played a year of soccer and basketball. He saw opportunity in Price and decided to seize upon it.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:48am
Jarrett Hunt, or to some, especially his teammates, better known as “J-Honey” is a sophomore baseball player for the Eagles who is looking to finish the end of his year as well as he’s started. Before getting into his stats and playing abilities, the USUE standout was born and raised in Logan, Utah. He graduated in 2016 from Mountain Crest High, where he played basketball and baseball for the Mustangs. During his senior year of baseball, he got a scholarship offer to continue to be a pitcher and first baseman for the Utah State University Eastern Eagles.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:46am
Some of you may know Cadee Berrett from her amazing skills and shots on the basketball court. What many of you do not know is that her fashion sense, hilarious personality and contagious laugh set her apart from others. Berrett was born and raised in Idaho Falls, Idaho with three sisters. Some nicknames she has been called at Utah State University Eastern are: Cade, C-dawg and KD/Kevin.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:44am
The NBA regular season has come to an end and the playoffs have begun.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:42am
The Utah State University Eastern baseball team continued conference play this past weekend against Salt Lake Community College. The winner of this crucial series would take full control of second place in the Scenic West Athletic Conference. Game one showed the resilience this group of Eagles has. Down by four runs early, the Eagles got on the board in the third inning with an RBI single by sophomore Jesse Rowley, scoring Colin Wilson. Later in the inning, a walk with the bases loaded scored Ryan Curtis.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:41am
Shay Landers was born in Yuba City, but raised in Henderson, Nevada. Landers is a grey-shirt this year for the Eagles, which means he is not a full-time student which saves his eligibility but can still practice. He graduated from Foothill High School in 2016, where he was a pitched and played third base in baseball and defensive end in football. Landers committed to College of Southern Nevada to play baseball for the Coyotes, right down the road from where he played in high school.
Posted Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 1:22am