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Hart helps lift T-Birds to nonconference win

The SUU softball team hosted Brigham Young University in a nonconference matchup Tuesday and came away with a solid win thanks to the hitting of left fielder Payton Hart.

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SUU men's golf finish last at BSC Championship

The Big Sky Men’s Golf Championships wrapped up Sunday and the SUU men’s golf team finished in last but did have a golfer finish in the top 20.

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T-Birds fall in one-game series

A late push fell short for the SUU softball team as the Northern Colorado Bears took a 5–4 win Sunday in a weather-shortened Big Sky weekend series.

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T-Birds to play for NFL teams

Brad Sorensen is no longer the only former T-Bird to be drafted in the NFL.

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Events in Festival City

They don't call Cedar City "Festival City" for nothing. There are many different festivals to attend over the summer.

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Five Utah Hikes that will blow your mind

For the past few months, many SUU students have been working their tails off indoors, but now, it is time to turn in the books for some hiking boots and try this list of hikes this summer.

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Jumpstart GE wraps up pilot run

The end of the school year brings not only summer break, but also a close to SUU’s pilot run of the Jumpstart General Education Program.

Two to receive posthumous degrees

During the 2015-16 school year, SUU students Rachel Cawley and Krystal Fonger died, but will be receiving posthumous degrees during this year’s graduation ceremony.

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Smith combines two passions in teaching

Teaching is a job Jon Smith said he greatly enjoys, even after living and working in places all around the world.

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Butikofer wraps up first year as AD

Ever since Butikofer arrived at SUU, he has been busy, which is noticeable in the two coaching searches he conducted this year in football and men’s basketball. However, there is a lot that he does behind the scenes to continue moving the athletic department forward.

Editor’s note: Thanks for the good memories SUU

Editor-in-chief Josh Martinez bids farewell to SUU.

Tips to enjoying this summer's sports

Once the NFL season is over, most of my friends and family follow the NFL offseason and neglect other sports that go on.

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SUU's Top 10 Athletes of 2015-16

The 2015-16 school year was a successful year for athletics, at least for the most part. What made it successful? The athletes of course.

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Top milestones in SUU Athletics in 2015-16 year

Throughout the 2015-16 season, SUU Athletics has made some significant changes and accomplishments across the department and in each sports team.

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A look into 2016 Utah Summer Games

Every year since 1986, there is one main event for sports fans of all ages to attend and also get involved in: the Utah Summer Games.

Do not miss this year's Olympics

The four-year wait is over and the Olympics are officially upon us, which means it’s time for Josh to sit on his couch and watch the many different events.

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Soccer prepares for 2016 regular season

T-Bird soccer fans can expect to see a different team step out onto the field come fall after head coach Becky Hogan made some changes to the team over spring practices.

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SUU uses new brand to recruit

SUU continues to grow after an increased effort in recruitment and retention planning with current students this past year.

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Nielson named valedictorian for graduating class of 2016

There is a pattern developing in Alex Nielson’s family. Her dad is an OB-GYN, her mom is a nurse and come this fall Nielson will be heading to the University of Utah to start medical school. First, however, Nielson, a senior biology major from Holladay, will graduate as the valedictorian of SUU’s 2016 class. Nielson is finishing her college career with a minor in chemistry and a 4.0 GPA, but that is not what her professors remember most about her.

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Cornia set to lead SUU student body

Tyler Cornia is the 2016-17 SUUSA president and has plans for the future of SUUSA and SUU’s student body.

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