Typically, it takes the average student four years to complete a bachelor’s degree, but maybe not for long. Southern Utah University is testing a three-year bachelor’s degree program, starting next year.
It’s that stressful time of year when college students are struggling to finish projects, prepare presentations and study for final exams. Here are some tips and tricks to help you conquer your studies and finals week.
A pair of football players with ties to the state took advantage of their opportunities during The Spring League Saturday, while numerous videos shared on social media over the weekend showed athletes bringing smiles to kids’ faces.
No. 4 Utah hosts the Salt Lake Regional Saturday at 4 p.m. The meet features three teams from the state of Utah, including the Utes, No. 21 BYU and Southern Utah. Contenders include No. 9 Cal and No. 16 Auburn.
In March of 2017, a record $422 million was bet on basketball through Nevada sports books. That resulted in a $21.5 million windfall, making it the “second-most lucrative basketball month ever.” Only students make nothing from the games.
The process for picking the NCAA field has rendered the regular season meaningless. Among the 16 teams that advanced to this week’s third round, the average regular-season finish in conference standings was fourth place.
While the NCAA Tournament gets most of the spotlight during March, you can’t have the Big Dance without the conference tournaments. As conferences across the country wrap up their regular seasons, here’s a look at the conference championship games.
T-Bird head coach Demario Warren signed a contract extension through the 2022 season, after a 9-3 season that ended in a Big Sky Conference championship and the program’s first-ever second-round playoff appearance.
After falling to the host UNLV Rebels, 8-0, in the first game of the evening, Utah Valley University responded by defeating in-state foe Southern Utah in the nightcap to split a pair of games at the Sportco Kick Off Classic on Saturday.
With March Madness just a little over a month away, it’s time to take a look at where Utah’s six Division I basketball teams stand as they hope for a ticket to the Big Dance. Unfortunately, at the moment, all six are on the outside looking in.
Two prevailing themes faced Southern Utah coach Demario Warren and his coaching staff trying to build a 2018 recruiting class: filling defensive holes caused by a heavy amount of departures and finding home-run players on offense.