College Roundup: Women’s
Looking ahead, Utah State, who is ranked No. 1 in the D-II polls, will host BYU this Friday in Logan. On Saturday, No. 15 UVU, Weber State and Utah State will play each other in Logan.
College Roundup: Men’s
“Playing four games in eight days and playing one of the top programs in the country, it clearly caught up to us,” Utah head coach Brian Holman said. “No excuses though. We didn’t have a lot of legs, and we knew that. This trip, even though we didn’t win, was such a wonderful experience for our program. To play teams like UMass and Duke, it was what we hoped for. We competed really hard the majority of the trip. We learned, we grew, we had fun, we shed tears, and mission accomplished. We’re headed back to Salt Lax City to get a break and get back to work and back to practice. That’s another thing about playing four games in eight days, you don’t get a chance to practice. Today we played a great team, give them all the credit. I can’t wait to get home and we look forward to rebooting and tackling the last leg of the season.”After the UMass loss, via Utah Athletics.
The Utes are off this week before heading to No. 9 Virginia on March 31.
The Westminster Griffins lost to Tampa, 17-11, on Saturday. The Griffins will host Notre Dame de Namur on Saturday at Dumke Field. The game will begin at 1:00pm.
No. 12 BYU lost to No. 6 South Carolina, 8-3, in Santa Barbara on Thursday before edging No. 15 Arizona, 14-13, in Las Vegas on Saturday. The Cougars will return to action on Wednesday, March 27 against at UNLV.
No. 25 UVU beat Dominican, 17-13, on Thursday and survived a late scare from Boise State on Saturday, taking home a 12-11 win to remain undefeated. Yesterday, the Wolverines took down No. 13 Grand Canyon in overtime. UVU faces No. 15 Arizona State on today. The team will head West to face San Diego State on Saturday.
Utah State will take to the road to face the College of Idaho on Thursday and Idaho on Saturday.
College Roundup: Locals Report
Former Brighton Bengals star Bubba Fairman was named the Big 10 Offensive Player of the Week for his four goals and two assists against Villanova, which was a career high in points for the sophomore midfielder.
Fresno State Bulldogs junior Marina Mayo had two goals and an assist in Fresno State’s 13-7 win over Quinnipiac on Sunday. Mayo has 13 goals and five assists on the year thus far.
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