Tanner Greenhalgh

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Softball falls in tournament

The Southern Utah University softball team played in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas DeMarini Desert Classic last weekend.

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Las Vegas tournament

The Southern Utah University women’s tennis team competed in three meets last weekend in Las Vegas. Friday, they lost 1-6 to the Youngstown State Penguins.

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Splitting the field

Southern Utah University’s men’s and women’s track teams split this weekend between two meets, one in New Mexico and the other in Washington.

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Ultimate Frisbee

The Southern Utah University Ultimate Frisbee Club is participating in the third annual Southern Utah Ultimate Extravaganza.

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T-Bird recruits

The Southern Utah University football team signed 34 recruits Feb. 1 on National Signing Day. Some said this was the best recruiting class ever. Head Coach Demario Warren is not quite ready to go there. At least not right now.

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Thunderbirds lose to Wildcats 68-73

The Southern Utah University women’s basketball team took on their in-state rival Weber State University Thursday.

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Walking on to SUU’s court

When sophomore guard Matt Johnson walked onto the Southern Utah University men’s basketball team, it was a dream come true.

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Track and field competes in the Lumberjack Challenge

The Southern Utah University men’s and women’s track teams competed in the Lumberjack Team Challenge hosted by Northern Arizona University.

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Senior reflects on lessons learned

John Marshall is a senior guard on the Southern Utah University men’s basketball team. In his freshman season, he played in 29 games and started 19 of them. He led the team with 29 steals.

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The Laramie Project

In October 1998, University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was robbed, tied to a fence, brutally beaten and left for dead. Shepard was openly gay, and his murder garnered attention that paved the way for hate crime legislation to include LGBTQ individuals.

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