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Kate Dalley Radio
072622 UT Commissioner Talks Down St George Wants Property Tax ; Letter To Woke Dixie State

Kate Dalley Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 44:30


072622 UT Commissioner Talks Down St George Wants Property Tax ; Letter To Woke Dixie State by Kate Dalley

The Black Man From Dixie Podcast
The Black Man From Dixie Podcast - EP012 - Dixie State Football, Max Christensen

The Black Man From Dixie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 26:05


The Black Man From Dixie Podcast - EP012 - Dixie State Football, Max Christensen

Dave and Dujanovic
Dixie State Rolls Out with a New Name: Utah Tech University

Dave and Dujanovic

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 8:18


Dixie State University made national headlines through their name change process last year. And the new brand Utah Tech University, is getting ready to be unveiled. Richard Williams, Dixie State University President or soon to be - Utah Tech University Dr. Jordon Sharp - communications director See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Dixie State's Name Change is More Than a Rebranding Campaign

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 9:47


Dixie State University is changing its name to Utah Tech University. While some view this as an expensive rebrand to satisfy unhappy people, University President Richard Williams and communications director Dr. Jordon Sharp talk with Boyd about how the new name actually reflects the values and principles of the pioneers.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Innings 4-6

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 45:54


BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Innings 4-6

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Innings 7-9

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 47:58


BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Innings 7-9

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Highlights

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 1:59


BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Highlights

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Innings 1-3

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 58:14


BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Innings 1-3

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Postgame

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 15:42


BYU vs Dixie State Game 2: Postgame

The Black Man From Dixie Podcast
The Black Man From Dixie Podcast - EP008 - No to Dixie State Name Change

The Black Man From Dixie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 26:05


The Black Man From Dixie Podcast - EP008 - No to Dixie State Name Change

Radio Dixie 913  KXDS
Dixie State vs Sacramento State Baseball (Saturday, April 23rd 2022)

Radio Dixie 913 KXDS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 175:22


Radio Dixie 913  KXDS
Dixie State vs NMSU Softball (Saturday, April 16th 2022)

Radio Dixie 913 KXDS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 169:56


Radio Dixie 913  KXDS
Dixie State vs Grand Canyon Baseball (Friday, April 8th 2022)

Radio Dixie 913 KXDS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 185:00


BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings Postgame

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 8:41


BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings Postgame

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings 7-9

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 36:42


BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings 7-9

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings 4-6

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 63:42


BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings 4-6

BYU Baseball
BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings 1-3

BYU Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 52:49


BYU vs Dixie State Game 1: Innings 1-3

Radio Dixie 913  KXDS
Dixie State vs Seattle U Softball (Saturday, April 2nd 2022)

Radio Dixie 913 KXDS

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 130:29


D1.t in Five
D1.ticker - Thursday, March 31, 2022

D1.t in Five

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 5:33


AD developments at Dixie State, SIU and Samford, BYU AD Tom Holmoe calls on fans to "level up", Louisville set for facility upgrades, and much more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.

D1.t in Five
Evening Standard - Wednesday, March 30, 2022

D1.t in Five

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 5:42


Dixie State's new AD, AD search updates at Penn State and Southern Illinois, financial differences and gender equity, and more. Be sure to check your inbox to see more of today's news and notes from around the nation. We would love to know what you think of the show and you can let us know on social media @D1ticker. If you are not subscribed to D1.ticker, you can and should subscribe at www.d1ticker.com/.

Ghizal Hasan Podcast
Matadors' Baseball Pre-Game, with Dave Serrano - March 22nd vs. Dixie State

Ghizal Hasan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 5:13


Conversation with CSUN Head Baseball Coach Dave Serrano, ahead of mid-week game against Dixie State, at Matador Field, Northridge, CA. Audio Courtesy CSUN Matadors' Sports Properties & Learfield

Utah Golf Radio
Ep 716: Davis Heslington Survives Wild Finish at Sky Mountain

Utah Golf Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 16:06


Dixie State junior Davis Heslington came out of an unusual situation with a win at the Hurricane Am at Sky Mountain. Randy Danjanovich takes the senior division and Berlin Long women's division. Heslington joins the pod. 

Weber State Weekly
SOFTBALL: Trophies Behind the Dish: Senior C Lauren Hoe

Weber State Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 43:03


We're doubling up, getting the other half of Frick and Frack on the show this week. Senior Catcher and reigning Big Sky Player of the Year Lauren Hoe joins us to talk about the 2021 season, the hot start to this season, and hitting absolute nukes in Saint George.Then, we'll break down the weekend tournament at Dixie State, with wins over Nevada, Dixie State, UVU, and Winthrop.Special thanks to our sponsor, Studio NINE 8. Check out their selection of custom made rings on their website, StudioNINE8.com. Made by Wildcats, for Wildcats.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.

UVU Review Podcasts
The Calm Before the Storm | QF S4 Ep 18

UVU Review Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 39:50


News and Notes: Nathan Jackson and Nathan Farmer run through all of the previous week's highlights and exciting things going on in UVU athletics. Women's basketball defeated Seattle U before snapping their five-game win streak, losing on the road at Cal Baptist. Men's basketball took care of business at home, defeating Seattle U and CBU. Baseball went 1-3 over the weekend against USF and fell to 2-6 on the season. Softball went 3-2 over the weekend. Women's soccer won their spring game against Dixie State 3-0. Some big events are coming up this week with the BIG-12 Championships for wrestling, the WAC tournament next week for basketball, and the NCAA Championships for track and field. Be sure to tune in next week for more updates on UVU sports. Follow The UVU Review for more updates and local/UVU news. Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/UVUreview/ ) Instagram ( https://www.instagram.com/uvureview/ ) Twitter ( https://twitter.com/uvureview ) Credits: Hosts: Nathan Jackson (Nathanj131) and Nathan Farmer (@Nlfarmer1) Editing and Mixing by: Michael Bratsman Music by: Ethan Young Designed by: Ysabel Berger Original Air Date: 3/1/22

WAC Hoops Digest
CBU Weekly - Lancers Looking to Conference Play Strong

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 20:36


Braiden Bell joins the CBU weekly podcast episode to talk about the Lancers. It is crazy to think how the Lancers are a few shots or even seconds from being perhaps 12-2 in WAC play this season. It is about finishing games strong and the Lancers have had their struggles. With four games left, the Lancers are looking to get some momentum heading into WAC Vegas. And this team is capable of making a run. It is just a matter of finishing games strong. It all starts Thursday at Dixie State. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Dixie State head coach Jon Judkins Joins the Podcast

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 18:12


The Dixie State Trailblazers are playing the spoiler role down the stretch of the 2021-22 season. Dixie State is not eligible for the WAC tournament as it is in the second year or a 4-year transition to the Division I level. And so far, GCU and Utah Valley have felt that pain. New Mexico State escaped the Trailblazers twice. And CBU, Seattle, ACU and Grand Canyon better all be on their toes. Hunter Schofield has been a big part of the Trailblazers' success. And Dixie State never gives up on a game as shown in the wins over GCU and UVU plus an earlier win over CBU.  Here was the all-time winningest collegiate coach in Utah has to say about his squad, the WAC and what he has learned in year two.  Image courtesy Breanna Biorato. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Rivalry Game, Big Game and More on WAC Wager

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2022 16:08


The newest episode of WAC Wager is live. Austin and Kyle talk WAC Hoops and the busy Saturday slate. The highlight of the day is the big rivalry game in St. George between Utah Valley and Dixie State. The Old Hammer Rivalry is renewed at Burns Arena.  In Phoenix, a big game is taking place. New Mexico State heads into GCU Arena to take on the Lopes looking to stay atop the WAC standings. And for GCU, it is a must-win situation to keep hold of one of the top-4 seeds for WAC Vegas. Austin and Kyle share their thoughts on other games around the WAC. CBU takes on Seattle at Climate Pledge Arena and both are on the Redhawks at -6.5.  Both are taking the under of 145 in the Sam Houston at UTRGV game. And Kyle shares his underdog bet that might surprise some people.  Have a great day everyone. Image courtesy Charlie Hurley/NMSU Athletics. 

WAC Hoops Digest
UVU Weekly w/ Brandon Crow - Wolverines Looking to Build Off Big Win

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 19:23


Utah Valley got a big win over New Mexico State on Saturday. But the Wolverines also lost to GCU on Thursday. So, which Utah Valley team will we get this week as the Wolverines travel to Texas to take on Tarleton and then St. George to take on Dixie State.  Fardaws Aimaq continues to play at a high level as he picked up two double-doubles this past week and won WAC Player of the Week honors. Aimaq leads the nation with 21 double doubles. The Wolverines also got solid contributions from point guard Blaze Nield as well as sixth man Justin Harmon.  The Wolverines look to stay in the mix for a higher seed at WAC Vegas and it starts in Texas on Wednesday.  Image courtesy UVU Athletics. 

WAC Hoops Digest
WAC Wager: Another Full Slate on WACky Wednesday

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 16:49


5 games on the slate on Wednesday night. And a lot of games featuring those wanting to play spoiler roles against teams at the top of the WAC. All lines are from Draftkings Sportsbook.  Chicago State at SFA -19 O/U 138 5:30 pm MT on ESPN+ Jacks won the first contest on Feb. 10 81-61 at the Jones Convocation Center. SFA is on a 4-game winning streak where they have been red hot from the field, averaging 80+ points in the four games. Only one of the four wins has been within single digits and that was a road win at CBU. Chicago State has been fading lately. The Cougars have lost six straight and four of those losses were by double figures. SFA has been really good at home as the Jacks are 5-1 in league play at Johnson Coliseum. Arguably the hottest team in basketball right now has had a week off to prepare for this contest.  The Bet: SFA -19, U138 Utah Valley -1.5 at Tarleton O/U 126.5 6 p.m. MT ESPN+ Utah Valley won the first matchup on opening weekend of WAC play by 22. The Texans were short-handed and coming off a big win over Dixie State two nights earlier. Tarleton will have its full roster on Saturday as Tahj Small didn't play in the first meeting. The Texans love to turn teams over and Utah Valley is a team prone to turning it over. The big question is how will the Texans match up against Utah Valley's size? The other question is how will Utah Valley respond after coming off a big win over New Mexico State on Saturday at home? This really feels like a game that could go either way. I am going to stay away from the line for that reason. I think there is going to be a lot of transition buckets in this contest.  The Bet: O126.5 Seattle U -6.5 at UTRGV O/U 151.5 6 p.m. MT ESPN+ How will Seattle handle being on top once again in a road game? When the Redhawks were all alone atop the WAC standings, they went on the road and lost a pair of games at GCU and at New Mexico State. And now they get to face a scrappy UTRGV squad that likes to get up and down the floor. The bigger question is can the big 3 from Seattle in Riley Grigsby, Darrion Trammell and Cameron Tyson shoot better than they did this past weekend in a pair of home wins? UTRGV likes to attack and take people off the dribble. They also like to get out in transition and use a smaller lineup. A long trip on a short week to South Texas is a tough one. And it could be a trap game for Seattle. There are a lot of things are playing against Seattle on Wednesday night.  The Bet: UTRGV +6.5, ML Dixie State at New Mexico State -16 O/U 144 7 p.m. MT ESPN+ Yes, Dixie State hung with New Mexico State last Thursday in St. George. And Yes, Dixie State beat GCU on Saturday night at Burns Arena. But, the Aggies don't lose in back-to-back games under Chris Jans very often. The last time the Aggies lost a game, they returned the favor with a 14-point win at SFA. However, the largest margin of victory for the Aggies in WAC play was 17 over Chicago State on opening weekend. And NMSU has to go to GCU on Saturday so this could be somewhat of a trap game at home. The Aggies will win but Dixie State will cover. The Bet: Dixie State +16 GCU -4 at CBU 8 p.m. MT O/U 135.5 8 p.m. MT ESPN The Seattle/UTRGV game has some intrigue to it. But this might be the game of the night. The Lopes are coming off a 61-60 road loss at Dixie State on Saturday. CBU did exactly what it should have done against Lamar and UTRGV and got back to the old school Lancers by throwing up a lot of 3-pointers. Tre Armstrong knocked down 10 combined 3-pointers in the two wins for the Lancers. The matchup is there as these are two guard-heavy teams. The first meeting was an ugly offensive showing for both teams that GCU was able to win 56-50 at GCU Arena on Feb. 5. I love Jovan Blacksher Jr. and Holland Woods and when they are on, they are really good. But it seems like it is a struggle for GCU on the road. And the CBU Events Center will be rocking on Wednesday night. This is another one of those games that is a trap game.  The Bet: CBU +4, ML Another big night of WAC Hoops with a lot on the line as we continue to move toward WAC Vegas. Road trips are not easy in this league. But it will be a very entertaining Wacky Wednesday. Enjoy the games and good luck in your betting choices. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Seattle U Weekly with Russell Brown - Redhawks Control Their Own Destiny in WAC Standings

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 18:00


With three weeks left, Seattle U has put itself in a position that it has never been in since the revamped WAC began in 2013-14. The Redhawks control their own destiny for a regular season crown. After getting back in the win column with wins over UTRGV and Lamar, the Redhawks gladly celebrated when Utah Valley knocked off New Mexico State on Saturday.  It mean Seattle U was back in a tie for first place in the WAC standings. And it is a big four-game stretch for the Redhawks. Seattle travels to South Texas to face UTRGV for the second time in six days in Edinburg. Then, the Redhawks return home to host CBU on Saturday before hosting New Mexico State on Monday in a makeup game from the first week of WAC play.  Following that, Seattle U heads to the Rocky Mountains to take on Utah Valley on Thursday and Dixie State on Saturday.  Can the Redhawks put themselves in a position to win the WAC? Have to keep an eye on it. Image courtesy Seattle U Athletics. 

WAC Hoops Digest
WACky WAC is Going to be Crazy Down the Stretch

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 17:29


Now that the Super Bowl is over, it is time to focus back on #WAChoops and the final three weeks of the regular season. So far, it has been a fun 2021-22 season. Lots of surprises along with some upsets, teams having their best season in 40 years, great single-game performances and so forth. Been a long time since the WAC has had 7 teams in the KenPom top -150. But that is where we are at. Two teams, New Mexico State and Seattle, sit atop the WAC standings with identical 10-2 records in WAC play. Sam Houston is a half game back. SFA and GCU are in the mix at 8-4 and Abilene Christian has won six straight.  This past week was a wild one in the WAC, especially on Saturday. If you weren't paying attention, New Mexico State and Grand Canyon both lost on Saturday on the road in the state of Utah. Utah Valley knocked off the Aggies 72-68 behind Fardaws Aimaq's nation leading 21st double double and despite a golden opportunity to get back in the regular season title race, GCU couldn't hold off pesky Dixie State in a 61-60 win for the Trailblazers at Burns Arena.  And so, the final three weeks of the regular season are going to be Wild and WACky.  So let's talk first about the KenPom projection for the finish of the regular season. It is going to surprise a ton of people. Well, perhaps one team won't be surprised by the projections. But there is going to be one fan base that is going to vehemently disagree with the final standings.  Just want to make a disclaimer. I only have the schools eligible for the WAC tournament in this section. Tarleton is projected to finish 9-9 in WAC play. Dixie State is projected to finish 5-13 in WAC play.  With regard to these final projected standings, lets look at the schedules for each team. Some have more favorable schedules down the stretch including Grand Canyon which finishes with three straight home games.  Others like Utah Valley have arguably the most difficult finish playing four out of its final six games on the road including finishing up with Grand Canyon and New Mexico State.  It is going to be a wild ride over the next three weeks. Remember, the 1-2 seeds get a bye to the WAC semifinals. 3-4 get a bye to the quarterfinals. The teams who are the 7-10 seeds would have to win five games in five days to win the WAC tourney. This is why the regular season matters so much. The WAC wants to protect those higher seeds because they did more during the regular season. It's not unreasonable to be honest. It's the right thing to do. It just puts that much more emphasis on the regular season which is a good thing. 

WAC Hoops Digest
WAC Wager is Back on Busy Thursday of WAC Hoops

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 22:13


Austin and Kyle are back with a new episode of WAC Wager. Five games on the slate on Thursday and four of them have double-digit favorites. The biggest game on the slate is GCU at UVU at the UCCU Center in Orem. This is more of a rivalry than GCU and New Mexico State. The Lopes hold an 11-8 advantage in the series and the teams are the defending regular season co-champs after splitting the season series last season.  New Mexico State, Stephen F. Austin, California Baptist and Seattle are all double-digit favorites tonight. The Aggies are at Dixie State. SFA is at Chicago State. California Baptist hosts Lamar and Seattle hosts UTRGV at Climate Pledge Arena. Kyle and Austin share their thoughts on each game. Austin had two bets in for WAC Hoops today as he is taking CBU -12 and the over of 142.5 in the New Mexico State/Dixie State contest. Kyle is coming off a 5-1 Saturday in which Utah Valley ruined his parlay ticket. But Kyle has UVU -1.5, Lamar +12, SFA -12, and the under of 155.5 for UTRGV at Seattle. Kyle's best bet is New Mexico State -10.5 at Dixie State. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Cougars Put on Offensive Show in Loss to Utah Valley, Preview Dixie State

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 17:45


Imagine shooting 54 percent from the field. That should equate to a win in the minds of many. And imagine committing just eight turnovers in the game, as well. It should have been an easy win. Well, unfortunately for Chicago State, despite shooting 54 percent from the field and only committing eight turnovers on Thursday night, their opponent shot a little better. Utah Valley shot 69 percent from the field and 73 percent from 3-point land in the 101-87 win over the Cougars.  Good news for Chicago State is they scored the most points any opponent has against Utah Valley this season. And the Cougars were fully healthy. They just caught Utah Valley in one of its best shooting nights in program history.  Josh Hunt and Kyle recap the game, preview Saturday's showdown with Dixie State and give thoughts on the Cougars moving forward.  Image courtesy Chicago State Athletics. 

WAC Hoops Digest
CBU Close but No Cigar in Loss to Bearkats, Host SFA Saturday

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 23:28


For the California Baptist Lancers, every game in conference play has been close. This is true in both victory and defeat. A buzzer-beater at Chicago State. Giving up an 11-0 run to lose by three at home to Dixie State. A two-point win over Utah Valley. And it just goes on and on.  On Wednesday, it was Savion Flagg and Sam Houston that beat CBU in another close game. Braiden Bell stops by to talk about the frustration and what has to happen to get over the hump.  Along the way, we talk about the SFA matchup and what the key matchups are. Braiden also gives his pick to win the game between Sam Houston and Seattle on Saturday after having seen both in person. Give it a listen. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Wild, Wild Night of WAC Hoops Thursday

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 21:36


Tried to do this as a live podcast episode. Going to do it more often so you will have to sign up and follow on the Podbean App. But what a wild night of WAC Hoops as both NM State and GCU lose by the same exact score and in arenas named Johnson Coliseum.  UVU, CBU and Dixie State all got wins on the night. And Seattle's big 3 led them to another win to improve to 5-0 in WAC play. The Redhawks are the only undefeated team in the WAC. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Reaction to Seattle U, Dixie State Pulling Off Thrilling Wins Wednesday Night

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 18:24


At the CBU Events Center on Wednesday night, it was shades of the Duke-Maryland game from 2001. Do you remember that? 10 points in 54 seconds for Jay Williams to lead the Blue Devils to the win. On January 12, 2022, it was almost repeated. The only difference is that Dixie State scored 11 points in a little over a minute to earn a 79-76 win over CBU. The Lancers held a 76-68 lead with 1:26 to play.  And then all the craziness broke loose. Dixie State forced four CBU turnovers in the final minute and used an 11-0 run to pull off the thrilling win. Shades of Jay Williams.  Isaiah Pope had five of the 11 points in the run. The and-1 conversion with nine seconds to play by Pope was the dagger.  Cam Gooden finished with a game-high 26 points in the win. Dan Akin led CBU with 23 points. The Lancers were short-handed on Wednesday night. Taran Armstrong and Te'Jon Sawyer were both out with a non-COVID illness and Malik Wade is battling a knee injury.  Dixie State avoided starting WAC play 0-4 with the win. CBU drops to 0-2 in WAC play. In the other game of the night, the Big 3 for Seattle saved the day. Utah Valley led 54-44 with just over six minutes to play. But, from that point on, scored just 11 points. And Seattle took advantage led by Riley Grigsby, Darrion Trammell and Cameron Tyson.  Grigsby hit a 3-pointer out of a timeout with just over a minute to play to give the Redhawks a 62-60 lead. After Connor Harding hit one of two free throws for Utah Valley, Tyson hit the dagger with a three from the wing to make it 65-61. And Seattle hit free throws down the stretch to seal the statement win. Seattle was 0-7 from deep in the first half. And then exploded to hit 10 3-pointers in the second half. Cameron Tyson finished with 25 points, 21 of those were in the second half. Trammell finished with 20 points and eight rebounds. And Grigsby finished with 13 points.  "I don't know if we win this game a month ago," said Interim Head Coach Chris Victor. "But tonight we showed how much we've grown as a group. Towards the end of the first half we started getting frustrated, taking bad shots and forcing it. At halftime we told the guys, 'you've put in the work, you're great players and great shooters, you're going to start making them.'" Fardaws Aimaq finished with 16 points and nine rebounds for Utah Valley. The Wolverines were without starter Tim Fuller who was dealing with a non-COVID illness.  Just a fun, fun night of WAC Hoops on Wednesday and it only gets better. 

WAC Hoops Digest
CBU Looks to Rebound After Loss in the Windy City and Braiden Bell Shares His Thoughts

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 16:28


It has been a dark few days for the California Baptist Lancers. Some games you win and some games you lose. But, sometimes a loss hurts quite a bit more than others. And on Saturday, the Lancers lost at Chicago State in their WAC opener. The win by the Cougars was their first conference win since March 3, 2018. Not the type of loss the Lancers wanted to have.  And now, CBU hosts Dixie State on Wednesday night at the CBU Events Center with a chance for a bit of redemption. Perhaps getting back on the floor that quick is a good thing. But, the Lancers might be without star point guard Taran Armstrong who is still battling an illness.  Either way, Reed Nottage has to play better. Ty Rowell will have to pick up the scoring punch. And the Lancers have to play with more energy on Wednesday night.  Plus, CBU has three games in a span of six days due to a rescheduled game against Seattle on Jan. 17. It's a tough challenge but the Lancers do not want to start WAC play with back-to-back losses. 

WAC Hoops Digest
Who Gets First WAC Win? And Can Seattle Make a Statement? New Episode of WAC Wager

WAC Hoops Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 20:38


There are two games on Wednesday night. Utah Valley travels to the Emerald City to take on Seattle U at Climate Pledge Arena. And California Baptist plays host to Dixie State.  The Redhawks have flown under the radar a bit. But don't let that fool you. Seattle returns All-WAC performers Riley Grigsby and Darrion Trammell. And Seattle added Cameron Tyson to form the 'Big 3' per se. Along with these three, Seattle U has some size they can throw at Utah Valley big man Fardaws Aimaq. Brandton Chatfield came over from Washington State and Kobe Williamson is also back for the Redhawks.  However, I am leaning Utah Valley +1.5 in this contest. Fardaws Aimaq has proven that no matter who you throw at him, he is going to get his numbers. A lot of that is because the Wolverines are shooting much better from the perimeter and have multiple role players who can knock down shots.  I am also leaning the over of 141 because both teams shoot at a high clip. It should be a fun one on ESPN+ at 8 p.m. MT.  The second game of the night features a pair of teams winless in WAC play thus far. California Baptist is coming off a bad loss at Chicago State. Dixie State is coming off a rivalry loss at Utah Valley. So, something has to give. The Lancers will most likely be without star freshman guard Taran Armstrong who is still battling an illness. And Dixie State lacks some depth in the paint. I still am going to lean Dixie State and the points. The Trailblazers can score especially when they take care of the basketball. And it's not like Lancers force a ton of turnovers. And I am going to lean on the under of 151. Both teams are on a short week and are familiar with one another so I don't know that this will turn into a track meet. 

Zag Talk
Episode 26: Timme's Texas Two-Step

Zag Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 55:24


Hosts Carson Hollyoak and Dylan Graff breakdown Gonzaga's big win against Texas and most recent game against Dixie State, and touch on some highlights from the last week of college basketball. Twitter: @ZagTalk, @BMerryZag, @DrewTimmeStache Instagram: @ZagTalk Editing by Cowan Jenkins www.zagaholic.net/media  

Zag Talk
Episode 25: Texas Preview

Zag Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 29:59


Hosts Carson Hollyoak and Brian Merry give a brief overview of the season opener against Dixie State, and break down the Texas roster and what to watch for ahead of the Zags' big matchup against Texas. Twitter: @ZagTalk, @BMerryZag, @DrewTimmeStache Instagram: @ZagTalk Editing by Cowan Jenkins www.zagaholic.net/media

The Press Box, with Larry Weir
November 8, 2021 - Zags beat writer Jim Meehan on LCSC win, Dixie State and Texas previews plus more

The Press Box, with Larry Weir

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 40:17


Griz Fan Pod
Griz Fan Podcast – EWU, Dixie, Sac, and soup

Griz Fan Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 131:38


With the mysterious lost pod now in the rear-view mirror the guys are back at it and covering all of your need to know Grizzly topics.  Fresh off a 31-14 win over Dixie State there was plenty to dissect. From Kris Brown's first start, the offensive line, the defense, injuries, and illness.  It was also [&hellip The post Griz Fan Podcast – EWU, Dixie, Sac, and soup appeared first on Montana Mint - The greatest website north of Wyoming..

Big Sky Breakdown
Big Sky Breakdown - Cal Poly's Edwards, MSU's Udy, Dixie's Peterson

Big Sky Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 91:05


Colter Nuanez shares interviews with Cal Poly offensive coordinator Nick Edwards, Montana State wide receivers coach Justin Udy and Dixie State head coach Paul Peterson, plus conversations with Shaun Rainey and Alex Eschelman of SWX Montana. BIG SKY BREAKDOWN TIMESNick Edwards 1:55Justin Udy 18:27Paul Peterson 28:40Shaun Rainey – 44:38Alex Eschelman – 1:18:52

Big Sky Breakdown
Big Sky Breakdown - Montana's Bobby Hauck, Omar Hicks-Onu, Mitch Roberts

Big Sky Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 11:07


Montana head coach Bobby Hauck, senior defensive back Omar Hicks-Onu (left) and junior wide receiver Mitch Roberts addressed the media following UM's 34-28 loss at No. 6 Eastern Washington and looking ahead to the Grizzlies' home game against Dixie State. 

The Zone Sports Network - Weber State University
DJ & PK in the Morning - Jay Hill & Paul Peterson, Weber State & Dixie State Head Football Coaches

The Zone Sports Network - Weber State University

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 18:00


Weber State head coach Jay Hill and Dixie State head coach Paul Peterson joined DJ & PK to talk about the upcoming rivalry game for Weber State and Dixie State this Saturday.

RebelCast
2021 prospectus with coach Paul Peterson & Sacramento State preview

RebelCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 23:59


The RebelCast is back and we are preparing for the second season of DIvision I football for the Dixie State Trailblazers. Host Jake Hatch kicked off the show with a look at the season-opening game Saturday night for Dixie State as Troy Taylor and Sacramento State come to town with plenty of question marks as the teams square off at Greater Zion Stadium (7 pm on ESPN+). Hatch then caught up with Trailblazer head coach Paul Peterson to talk about the upcoming season as he and his program take on one of the most-challenging slate of games in the entirety of the FCS subdivision. Coach Peterson explained what the new WAC affiliation will mean for his team in addition to highlighting some of the players he expects to shine this fall. Finally, the show wrapped up with a look at where other Trailblazer teams are in action this weekend. Reach out to the show by emailing us at RebelCast435@gmail.com. Follow the podcast on Twitter at @Rebel_Cast & you can follow Jake Hatch at @JacobCHatch. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The FCS Wedge
The FCS Wedge – 2021-0901 - WK.0 Show

The FCS Wedge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 44:00


Topics: Brief talk about the recent history and spring season and then on to the current show. Best shots at FBS upsets? Conference realignment discussion, and there is quite a bit to go over this season. EKU is now part of the ASUN/AQ7 as lance learns... Teams seem loaded with the time off and Kris & Lance go around a few conferences and provide context. UIW @ YSU and ISU vs. UND are a couple of the games the two fellers pick as great first week. Dixie State gets some props for the solid gold schedule this season.  Well don Trailblazers, well done.  Last time we saw something like that was SUU in 2007.  Utah steps up. SFA is Kris' pick for a team to step up and Lance goes with the Rhode Island Rams to surprise people this season. Albany @ NDSU is a good FCS Wk. 1 game.  Tough row to hoe for the Great Danes. Jackson State vs. Florida A&M is a great SWAC matchup this weekend.  Coach Prime gonna start strong? UNA playing SELA is a game worth paying attention too as well. Wofford @ Elon should be another great start to our FCS game watching season so tune in if you can. Apparently someone gets fairly defensive about Frisbees.  Semantics, vernacular, whatever. The coldest take of the week this week is most watchable movies.

Sports House Podcast
Dixie State changes name to WHAT???

Sports House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 19:10


Dixie State University has announced quite possibly the worst name change of all time. Students now cry as betrayal from school gets to them 

Utah Lacrosse Report
Interview w/ Chris O'Donnell, Championship History, Semi Previews

Utah Lacrosse Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 14:13


Good morning lacrosse fans! It's championship week and I couldn't be more excited. If you want to relive the Quarterfinal action please review my last email. I have one request. Please show up to the girls championships on Friday and the boys championships on Saturday. Both days will be at Layton High School. Showing support is one way that others will take notice of our strong community and help it to grow. Nothing is given to us, we have to earn it. Show up! Interview with Brighton Head Coach Chris O'DonnellBrighton Head Coach Chris O'DonnellBrighton Head Coach Chris O'Donnell hails from Virginia where he starred in Soccer, Basketball and Lacrosse. O'Donnell went on to play lacrosse at Radford University in Virginia. After graduation he found himself in Utah on a Friday and coaching lacrosse on a Monday. We also talked about the 2021 Bengals who are in the semis as the No. 14 seed. Hope you enjoy the show!You can listen to the latest podcast above or on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a rating!As always, this newsletter is brought to you by Vessel Kitchen.Championship HistoryLet's take a little jaunt down memory lane! 2019 @ Corner Canyon High SchoolOn May 18, 2019, the Park City boys team won its second straight title and third overall. The Herriman girls captured its first top tier title with a 11-7 win over Park City which was a rematch of the 2018 and 2017 title games. The Herriman girls finally broke through and beat Park City. It was such a great game filled with tons of emotion. The Herriman boys team won the Class B title with a 12-10 win over Pleasant Grove. Judge beat Waterford, 9-7, for the Class C title. The Juan Diego girls beat Corner Canyon, 12-10 to claim the girls Division II title. 2018 @ Skyline High SchoolMay 19, 2018 saw both the boys and girls Park City teams take home the state championship trophy. The Park City boys beat Brighton, 7-6, while the girls beat Herriman, 10-7. Jordan beat Davis, 15-8, in the girls Division II title game. East beat Spanish Fork, 8-3, in the boys Class B game and Mountain Crest beat Ridgeline, 8-7 in overtime, to win the Class C title. It was fun to see Park City win both the girls and boys titles. 2017 @ Alta High SchoolOn May 20, 2017, Juan Diego beat Brighton, 10-9, in the Class A title game. The Park City girls beat Herriman, 16-8, to claim the Division I title. Olympus beat Weber, 12-8, in the girls Division II title game while Herriman beat Northridge, 11-8, in the boys Class B game and Box Elder beat Timpview, 6-5, in the Class C title game. 2016 @ Brighton High SchoolOn May 21, 2016, Brighton defended its home turf by taking home the boys Class A title with a 8-6 win over Juan Diego. Park City beat American Fork, 16-7, in the girls Division I championship game. The Juan Diego girls team beat Roy, 10-8, in the girls Division II title game while Waterford took home the boys Class B title, 6-2, over Bonneville. Westlake beat rival Lehi, 5-4 in overtime, to claim the Class C title. A Bubba Fairman led Brighton wasn't going to be stopped although Juan Diego did its best to try and stop him and the rest of the Bengal offense. The Brighton defense was no slouch either. I remember the Class C title game being packed with emotion since Westlake had just broken off from Lehi. 2015 @ Corner Canyon High SchoolEditor's Note: The rest of these were taken from a past post I wrote for Utah Lacrosse NewsThe crown jewel of lacrosse stadiums took center stage on May 16, 2015 in what would be an excellent day of lacrosse with 3 of the games being decided by one goal and one going to overtime. The day began with Roy taking down Copper Hills, 8-7, in the girls D-II title game. The Girls D-I title was settled in an epic battle between rivals Park City and Brighton. The Miners got the best of the Bengals that day, winning 13-12 in overtime. The newly formed Class C saw Bountiful take down Box Elder, 10-6. Class B saw the No. 6 seed win the Championship when Logan took down Copper Hills, 10-7. The Class A title went to the hosts when the Chargers beat Park City, 9-8. I loved having it at Corner Canyon, mainly because of the big press box. The Girls D-I game was one for the ages. Such a battle. I remember it being rainy and cold. It was a great day. The Chargers were stacked that year with Zack Franckowiak, Matt Graney, Cole Parkinson, Garrett Bullet, Quinton Mathie and Garrett Michaeli. This was obviously the foundation for what the 2021 version of the Chargers looks like today. 2014 @ Corner Canyon & Park City High SchoolsFive champions were be crowed over a Friday and Saturday in what was a great weekend of lacrosse. On Friday, May 16, 2014, Corner Canyon hosted the Utah High School Lacrosse League Championship between Corner Canyon and Brighton. The Bengals would come out on top, 12-10. On Saturday, May 17, 2014, Park City played host. The first game saw Lehi finally break through and get the Girls D-II title, beating Pleasant Grove 7-6. In the Girls D-I, host Park City took down Riverton, 11-8. In the Boys D-II, Sky View beat Syracuse, 9-3. In the nightcap, Park City took home the D-I crown with a 16-4 win over Herriman.I remember the UHSLL game on Friday night being absolutely packed. It was a sight to see. I was talking with Brae Burbidge and Renee Tribe about how cool of sight it was. On Saturday I remember Coach Freeman walking off the field in tears again, but this time as a champion. Park City girls finally got the monkey off their back and beat Riverton. Syracuse was missing Connor Meyer which made a big difference in that game. My favorite part from the boys D-I was the post-game interview with Coach Langendorf. So genuine, so much emotion.2013 @ Copper Hills High SchoolCopper Hills hosted the 2013 championships which saw some phenomenal games.In the first game, American Fork beat Lehi, 11-7, for the D-II girls crown. In Girls D-I, Skyline continued its dominance that season, beating Park City, 10-9. Waterford took home the boys D-II title with a 6-4 win over Syracuse. In Boys D-I, Juan Diego went back-to-back, beating Lone Peak, 8-4.I was honored to be named the ‘Person of the Year' this year which was truly humbling. It was also my 6th wedding anniversary. We spent it in the North end-zone eating Marley's Sliders. We laugh about it now but I'm not sure she thought it was funny at the time. I also liked the games at Copper Hills since I lived down the street. American Fork was solid that year. I felt so bad for Coach Freeman as he walked off the field in tears. Skyline was so good that year. The one memory I have from the JD v. LP game was Eric Mika towering over everyone and a Freshman in yellow gloves named Josh Stout for Lone Peak. Wonder what happened to him ;)2012 @ Brighton High SchoolBrighton High School During the Boys D-I Championship - Haslam PhotographyBrighton High School was the backdrop for one of the best championship days in recent history. Each game was settle by one goal! In Girls D-II, Timpanogos beat Viewmont, 9-8. In Girls D-I, Bingham beat Park City, 12-11 in 3 overtimes. In Boys D-II, Mountain Crest beat Waterford, 11-10. In Boys D-I, Juan Diego beat Alta, 9-8.It doesn't get much better than Brighton when it comes to hosting games. This was the year we tried to sell ‘Grow the Game' t-shirts. That was a mistake, but to those who bought one, thank you. The play on the field couldn't have been better. It was intense from start to finish. I remember the big ULA logo at midfield that I thought was pretty cool. I remember learning how girls overtime worked… I remember the Mountain Crest v. Waterford game being a brute v. brains type of game. Mountain Crest has some huge athletes that could score at will. Waterford of course, had a strict game plan and played with tempo and finesse as always. Juan Diego had a stellar team that year. Alta had its fair share of studs as well. Amazing game.2011 @ Park City High SchoolAfter a freak rain storm left Westlake High School soaked, Park City stepped up and hosted the championships. In Girls D-II, Waterford beat Viewmont, 7-5. In Girls D-I, Alta beat Bingham, 12-6. In Boys D-II, Spanish Fork beat Timpanogos, 8-7. In Boys D-I, Brighton beat Judge, 8-7.Honestly, I had never been to a state championship game. I played lacrosse in high school but never quite made it that far. Dave Allen ruined those chances in the 2002 semifinals with strong game plan. Needless to say, I didn't know what I was in for. I remember feeling bad for the league who had put a ton of time into getting the games at Westlake just to have it cancelled due to rain. My fondest memory from that day was when Spanish Fork Head Coach Phil Dunn held the trophy as tight as he could for as long as he could. It was also the tail end of a back-to-back for Brighton. They were good that year.Here's the rest of the boys state championships. If anyone has the girls list, send it to me please! 2010: D-I - Brighton 10 Park City 7, D-II - Timpanogos 7 Spanish Fork 62009: D-I - Bountiful 12 Judge Memorial Catholic 6, D-II - Orem 15 Sky View 92008: D-I - Bountiful 12 Jordan 6, D-II - Lone Peak 13 Woods Cross 92007: D-I - Alta 9 Judge Memorial Catholic 6, D-II - Timpview 10 Logan 92006: D-I - Waterford 13 Jordan 12 (OT), D-II - Logan 17 Timpanogos 92005 - Skyline 16 Riverton 132004 - Waterford 12 Juan Diego Catholic 52003 - Waterford 13 Jordan 112002 - Alta 9 Judge Memorial Catholic 8 (2OT)2001 - Judge Memorial Catholic 12 Waterford 112000 - Judge Memorial Catholic 13 Waterford 121999 - Bingham 9 Highland 61998 - Murray over Highland1997 - Highland over Waterford1996 - Highland over Orem1995 - Judge Memorial Catholic over Alta1994 - Sunnyside over WaterfordInstagram QuestionsI asked ULR Instagram followers to send in questions and thought I'd answer them here. I've selected a few of the better questions.What teams should have been in the Boys Division A bracket? I think it was actually pretty accurate in terms of the teams that were in the A bracket. You could argue Weber could have replaced Skyline but the teams that were there were the Top 16 teams. Was Lone Peak an underrated team? It's tricky because they had 6 losses. Now, those 6 losses were all to teams higher than them (Park City, Mountain Ridge, American Fork, Corner Canyon) so they could have been as high as a No. 9 seed. Let's say they were No. 9, then they are going up against No. 8 American Fork who beat them twice in the regular season. Say that they win that game, then they are playing No. 1 Corner Canyon for the third time. No. 10 seed would have been playing No. 7 Mountain Ridge who they lost to. Maybe they are No. 11 and beat Davis? Okay, then you have to play Farmington/Brighton (in this case Brighton). You win that game, then you're matched up with… Park City in the semis. TL;DR - You have to play CC or PC at some point if you want to win the title. Do you think the RPI does teams justice? The RPI itself is doing what it's supposed to be doing which is using a computer to calculate the best teams. Where teams felt/feel ‘injustice' is the fact they couldn't play a difficult schedule because of their regions. Let's say Farmington plays Bingham, Park City, Green Canyon instead of a second game against Woods Cross, Bonneville, Viewmont and maybe things are seeded different. They would still be a Top 16 team though so all we're really talking about is a different seed. I understand that seeds matter to teams/players/coaches but the way that I look at it is that you remember when you lost in the playoffs, but no one else does. It's the title games that most people remember which is why seeds don't matter because if you're a top 2 TEAM, no matter the SEED, you'll be playing in the Championship game. What's it going to take to beat Corner Canyon? It's going to take a perfect game from the opponent and a mistake filled game from the Chargers. Even in that case it's not a forgone conclusion. Strategy wise it's to somehow stop an offense with 4-5 guys that are lethal shooters and a defense that doesn't allow goals. Favorite game this year? If I've kept my records straight, I've been to 43 games this year between high school and college. Throw in my daughters 3rd/4th games and it's close to 50. A couple games standout in no particular order: Brighton v. Olympus girls regular season game on 5/7. Whoever won claimed the Region 6 title. I got there a little after halftime because I was at the boys Oly/Brighton game. It was a battle. Brighton scored with a little over a minute left then their goalie stopped a free position shot as time expired to win. The Weber v. Northridge boys game on 4/27 went to overtime which was fun. I was also at the Timpview v. Mountain Ridge boys game on 4/20 that went to overtime with Mountain Ridge winning 11-10. Farmington v. Wasatch that was a 2 goal win for the Phoenix was another classic game. Next school to go NCAA D-I in Utah? The age old question. It's probably going to be UVU. The question is then: when? I think COVID probably derailed any momentum there was as I haven't heard any talk of it lately. Seeing as how D-I has lost more teams (Furman, Hartford to D-III) then gained, I think it may be awhile before we see any new programs anywhere, let alone Utah. That's just my uneducated guess. I do think if UVU were to add, it would hopefully open up a better blueprint for other non-FBS football (or in this case, non-football) West Coast schools to add. That would be exciting as there are a ton of those: Chapman, any of the UC or Cal State schools, LMU, Weber State, SUU, Dixie State, Grand Canyon (although I don't see them adding since they used to be an NCAA school). If you look at non-football schools that have NCAA D-I Men's lacrosse, you have: Denver, Fairfield, Quinnipiac, Jacksonville, Bellarmine, Loyola, Mount Saint Mary's, UMBC, Boston, UMass Lowell, Detroit Mercy, Hofstra, Canisius, Manhattan, St. Bonaventure, St. John's, Siena, High Point, Cleveland State, Drexel, Saint Joseph's, Vermont and Marquette. That's a lot of teams in a similar athletic situation as UVU. What isn't similar is enrollment. UVU has almost 10,000 students more than the next closest school (Boston). Now, you could also argue that because UVU doesn't have football, the revenue isn't there to support a team but I think there is ways around that as the above schools have proven. 2017 IMLAX Youth Registrations If you're confused by the headline, let me explain. I took the number of 7th/8th grade youth players in 2017 and compared them to this years high school teams because those players then are Juniors and Seniors now. The theory is that a strong youth program leads to success on the field at the high school level. You can view the data above and make your own conclusions. Obviously another key to a successful high school program, besides youth program size, is quality coaching. There's a couple teams that didn't have complete data (Herriman, Park City) and it's certainly possible that this list isn't 100% accurate. NCAA QuarterfinalsBubba Fairman (Brighton) scored 1 goal in the 14-13 overtime win for Maryland over Notre Dame. Garrett Bullet (Corner Canyon) and Zack Franckowiak (Corner Canyon) both played for Rutgers in the 12-11 overtime loss to UNC. Men's Semifinals: UNC will take on Virginia at 10:00 am MT while Duke faces Maryland at 2:30 pm MT on Saturday, May 29. Women's: UNC takes on Boston College at 10:00 am MT while Northwestern takes on Syracuse at Noon MT on Friday, May 28. Remember kids, it wasn't long ago that the NCAA Semis/Finals were the only games on TV. Don't take it for granted. Also, congrats to the Lindenwood Women's team who won the NCAA D-II Championship. Ellie Faulk (Park City) had a goal in the title game. Aleksa Allen (Herriman) is also on the team. High School Semis Tale of the TapeI was going to try to get through this newsletter without focusing on the games, but I couldn't resist. Don't forget to check out your brackets!Bracket LinksBoys Division ABoys Division BBoys Division CGirls Division AGirls Division BGirls Division CThat's it for today. I'll check back in midweek after the semis. — Tim Haslam This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.utahlaxreport.com

Three Man Weave: College Basketball Podcast
#194: Revenge of the Nerds

Three Man Weave: College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 72:26


The boys are back with a classic episode - a news roundup, reflections on the past week, and weekend game previews. We talk Mizzou, Iowa, Tennessee, SLU, Austin Peay, VCU, and much much more... The Rundown: 0:00 - Intro & Reviews 8:32 - Root's Roundup (News & Notes) 10:42 - Key Headlines (Transfer Waivers & Keyontae Johnson) 13:40 - Coaching News (Nate Oats) 16:10 - Transfer News (Parker Stewart) 17:20 - Injury News 22:05 - Other News (FSU, Dixie State, & more) 25:04 - Three Man Thoughts (Mizzou, Austin Peay, VCU, Tennessee, Teams out of COVID ATS, Bubble Events, Iowa, Milk Carton Men, & SLU) 58:25 - Game Previews (KU v TTU, Davidson v URI, Gonzaga v Iowa, UNC v UK, UCLA v Ohio State, & Louisville v Wisconsin)