After eight consecutive conference games played on their home field and a weekend in Henderson, Nev., Utah State University Eastern baseball program delivers a 3-9 record. For opening weekend, the baseball team competed in two double-headers against Colorado Northwestern Community College. Splitting the series, USUE fought hard the first day, but fell short losing both games 2-1.
Posted Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 6:47pm
The baseball program at Utah State University Eastern concludes preseason with a competitive edge in Las Vegas at the Coyote Slug Out and games in Arizona. Traveling to Las Vegas three times and Thatcher, Ari., once for preseason competition, the USUE baseball team has a 7-10 record. At the second tournament in Las Vegas, the team faced off against Okanagan College and pulled off their first win of the preseason, 5-1. Battling through the rest of the weekend, they suffered three losses to South Mountain 6-4, Yavapai College 8-4 and Cochise College 7-5.
Posted Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 2:35pm
This last week I had a chance to sit down with the point guard of Utah State University Eastern, who is one of the many international students on our men’s basketball team this year. He has battled through injuries and hopes to be stronger then ever for the Region tournament. I was able to ask him various questions and to have wonderful conversation with him. In this news article I want to switch it up by having a question and answer segment with Milan Surlic to help us get a better understanding of where this young man from Nis Serbia comes from and his rich culture and family values.
Posted Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 2:31pm
After being victorious in the past weeks with two solid victories in front of their home fans, Utah State Eastern Eagles traveled to Snow College and College of Southern Idaho for their final two games before the SWAC tournament. First the team traveled to Ephraim, Utah, on Feb. 23 to take on the school’s rival Snow College Badgers on their Fan Appreciation Night. The score would end the night in favor of the Badgers with the final score of 106-74.
Posted Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 2:26pm
Measuring in at 5 feet 8 inches, Paul Zarkin may not be the biggest center back Utah State University Eastern’s soccer team has ever seen, but his impact, according to former team captain Chandler Fietkau, has been “essential.” With his first year of collegiate soccer under his belt, Zarkin walked out of the 2016 season with multiple awards, including an All-region Player award which was presented to him by the Scenic West Athletic Conference. While thankful for the awards, he says the greatest honor was to be listed among the “starting 11 of the team.”
Posted Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 2:09pm
I was watching the all-star game as rumors started to leak out that the Kings were once again interested in trading Demarcus “Boogie” Cousins. I basically rolled my eyes and laughed because they’ve been doing this exact same dance for years upon years and nothing has ever happened. Cousins has always remained a King and the Kings have always remained bad. The game ended and I was on Twitter because I wanted to see the trade go down, then it finally happened.
Posted Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 1:50pm
The regular season for the Eagles women’s basketball team has drawn to a close. The team rounded out the month with three games, winning one and losing the last two. It has been a roller-coaster ride for the team, full of highlights and disappointments, buzzer-beaters and shots falling short. Regardless the outcome of the season, the Eagles had a very memorable season and showcased a plethora of talent on their roster.
Posted Thursday, March 2, 2017 - 1:47pm
Cheerleader Makala McDonald opens eyes about the Utah State University Eastern cheer squad and what it is about behind the scenes. Cheerleading and spirit squads at schools are often taken for granted or not given enough credit, but the captain of the cheer team at USUE filled in some blanks on what the squad entails and how challenging it can really be.
Posted Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 7:42pm
He’s an Army man, family man and Super Man. Standing just under six-and-a-half feet and weighing in at 230 pounds, there’s no question that Garth Johnson is one of the biggest men in the gym. But even more staggering than his size is what he hopes to do for the community and the college of Utah State University Eastern.
Posted Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 7:33pm
Hamilton, a former Carbon County educator, believes that community service is an essential element for any society to thrive and develop. “By participating in charitable events, we gain respect and empathy for the cultural, racial, socio-economic and religious differences in the world. “I expected my students to develop civic responsibility; therefore, I taught by example. Most of my personal involvement with community service includes children.”
Posted Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 7:23pm