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Cowser, Killebrew get preseason All-American nods

STATS released its Football Championship Subdivison (FCS) preseason All-American team for football and of the 15 from the Big Sky, two hail from SUU.

UHP trooper hospitalized after I-15 crash

After sustaining serious injuries while responding to a crash on I-15, Utah Highway Patrol Trooper David Schiers has been transported to Intermountain Medical Center in northern Utah Tuesday morning.

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SUU student appointed to Board of Regents

SUU student Bailey Bowthorpe is the newest member of the Utah State Board of Regents after Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert appointed her to be the 2015-16 student regent on June 30.

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Utah Shakespeare Festival set to open this weekend

The 54th annual Utah Shakespeare Festival is set to kick-off its 2015 season, which is also the final year in the Adams Theatre, this Thursday and will run through October 31.

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Crozier, Adams take fourth at CNFR

Despite some struggles in the short round, SUU’s Clay Crozier and CNCC Brody Adams finished fourth in the nation in team roping this past weekend at the CNFR in Wyoming.

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Jewkes, Kovar earn second team All-American honors

Both Nate Jewkes and Kayla Kovar wrapped up participation in the NCAA National Championships with each earning second team All-American honors.

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Shipp honored, lights USG cauldron

The 30th annual Utah Summer Games officially kicked off Thursday night with the annual Opening Ceremonies where there was music, fireworks and the lighting of the cauldron at the Eccles Coliseum.

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Jewkes eyes National Championship

Throughout the course of the 2015 season, SUU distance runner Nate Jewkes has performed at a high level and will now have a chance to top it all off with a shot at a National Title.

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Kovar returns to Nationals after injury-plagued season

For SUU thrower Kayla Kovar, the 2015 season has not been what she imagined it would be, but regardless, Kovar finds herself at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships for the second consecutive year.

Hiker dies in Cedar Canyon

A 19-year-old male died Monday evening after sustaining bone fractures and a head injury from falling while rock climbing in Cedar Canyon.

American Pharoah's Triple Crown a treat for all

On a warm afternoon in Elmont, New York, an American Thoroughbred named American Pharoah raced into the history books, winning the first Triple Crown in 37 years.

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Jewkes, Kovar qualify for nationals

Both distance runner Nate Jewkes and thrower Kayla Kovar secured spots in the NCAA Nationals over the weekend at the NCAA West Regionals in Austin, Texas.

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Ken Beazer announces resignation

SUU athletic director Ken Beazer announced Thursday that he is stepping down as athletic director to pursue other employment opportunities after almost 10 years at the head of the athletics department.

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Rep. Stewart hosts town hall meeting at SUU

Republican Rep. Chris Stewart hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss some of his current projects and plans and to answer some questions from Cedar City community members.

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SUU to begin new general education program

Starting fall semester, SUU will implement a new general education program that will integrate course material and speed up students’ time in taking general education courses.

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Wilton named assistant volleyball coach

Friday, SUU head volleyball coach Craig Choate announced Mike Wilton would be the newest member of the volleyball coaching staff.

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Anderson defends title, track team wraps up conference championships

The Big Sky Championships came to an end Saturday and jumper Alex Anderson defended his conference championship in the triple jump to lead the SUU track team this weekend.

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SUU sports roundup May 10

Another SUU spring sport wrapped up its season after making an appearance in the Big Sky Tournament, while the men’s golf team landed four on the All-Big Sky list this past week.

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CSUS picks up blowout win to end SUU's season

The 2015 season came to an end for the SUU softball team Friday in Pocatello, Idaho after Sacramento State won 8–0, eliminating the T-Birds from the Big Sky Tournament.

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Bengals rout T-Birds in opening round

After taking a 3–1 lead in the top of the second, SUU surrendered 13 runs, including a game-ending grand slam, to fall 14–3 in the first round of the Big Sky Tournament Thursday in Pocatello, Idaho.