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Sophomore center fielder Collin Wilson is more than ready for the upcoming season. The returning starter plans to be a big contributor for the highly anticipated year. “The team this year looks great, we all get along, and if we can bring ourselves together as a team, and play the game one pitch at a time, we can be unstoppable.”
Posted Friday, November 17, 2017 - 12:58am
Utah State University Eastern’s men’s Basketball team began their season at the GW Mechanical Tipoff Classic in Casper, Wyoming, on Nov. 3-4. In its first game of the season Eastern faced Central Wyoming College on Friday where they struggled to make their shots and lost 90-65. Trying to find their momentum, the Eagles’ defense going into the second half improved, stopping Central from scoring as much. Sophomore guard Rafael Monteiro led the team against Central with 14 points and eight rebounds. Milan Surlic’ and Nico Rojas followed with 11 and 12 points respectively.
Posted Friday, November 17, 2017 - 12:47am
The women’s soccer team celebrated its last home game Oct. 21, by honoring its sophomores. The Eagles hosted Colorado Northwestern Community College and started sophomores Taryn Pritchett, Samantha Hall, Shyann Jones, Melanie Graves, Kori Jorgensen, Kalli Magby, Angie Mejia, Rachel Neff and Alexis Hill. These women helped the team pull off an impressive win.
Posted Friday, November 17, 2017 - 12:35am
Utah State University Eastern women’s basketball team started their exhibition by splitting the first two games in Wyoming. After a lackluster performance against Casper College, the Eagles went on to win three straight games, the last two of which were at home. The preseason began on Nov. 3 by participating in the GW Mechanical Tip-off Classic in Casper, Wyoming. After losing their first game 81-64 to Casper College, the Eagles bounced back the next day and disposed of Central Wyoming College to the tune of a 92-50 victory.
Posted Friday, November 17, 2017 - 12:26am
This NFL season is filled with parity and the tiers in the NFL are becoming clearer. I am not going to go through every team, just the teams that still matter.
Posted Friday, November 17, 2017 - 12:22am
One of the newest wings on the Utah State University Eastern soccer’s men team, Jojea Kwizera, likes to go by Joj. Kwizera is from West Jordan High School, in West Jordan, Utah. He played soccer all four years of high school, in junior high and at a small charter school in Herriman, Utah, called Providence Hall.
Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 12:58pm
From attending Martin Luther King Jr. Early College, in Denver, Colorado, Alicia Cruz begins her collegiate softball career as an Eagle this fall. The shortstop and catcher aims to contribute all she can towards the season, and towards the team’s goal to be Scenic West Athletic Conference champions. “Price? I love price and I especially enjoy all the school events that occur,” said Cruz. She enjoys spending time with her teammates, saying that her favorite part of softball here is her teammates and the new friendships she has made.
Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 12:54pm
Colorado native joins USU Eastern’s softball team as a right fielder. Freshman, from Lakewood, Colorado, where she attended Green Mountain High School and graduated in 2016. She enjoys playing for USUE and loves the friendships she has built here. She loves playing in games because of the competition that it brings and opportunities that softball created for her.
Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 12:52pm
The Scenic Western Athletic Conference held its tournament in Las Vegas, the weekend of the 27th. College of Southern Nevada Men won the conference sending the tournament to Las Vegas. Four teams traveled to Las Vegas to the tournament: Snow College, Salt Lake Community College, College of Southern Nevada and Utah University State Eastern. Eagles came into the tournament sitting 3rd place. Therefor they would see SLCC first round. Kick off was 10:30 am on Friday the 27th. Eagles set out to win this game that would send them directly into the conference championship.
Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 12:50pm
It was Week six in the NFL. The Packers were coming off an amazing win in Dallas the week before. I woke up about 30 minutes before kickoff, settled in and got ready to watch one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to do what he does. Then the second possession of the game, Rodgers rolled out, like he has a million times, let the ball go and got driven into the ground. Rodgers was a little slow to get up, but walked off the field and I didn’t think anything of it. The game went to a commercial then came back on and Rodgers was getting carted off the field; my heart sank.
Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 12:47pm

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