Author: Brandt Faurschou

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Utah Tech women’s basketball came up short in conference home opener

The Utah Tech University women’s basketball team is 1-1 in Western Athletic Conference play after losing at home to California Baptist University Dec. 6 with a score of 78-69. Fresh off a victory from the previous game, Utah Tech opted for a strategic rest day to preserve their bodies and fine-tune their offensive plays. The […]

Shred the pow with the Snowboarding club

The Utah Tech University Snowboarding Club is a group of passionate riders turning the mountains into their canvas, and you can do the same. This newly created club was founded this school year and already has over 100 members. Each week the club travels to Brian Head Resort and spends the entire day on the […]

‘Who’s tougher’: Utah Tech men’s basketball faces in-state opponent

The Utah Tech University men’s basketball team laces up for a showdown against Utah Valley University this Saturday at 7 p.m. in Trailblazer territory. Coming off a 73-66 win over Lindenwood University, the Trailblazers sit at 3-3 on the season. With a roster boasting a mix of seasoned veterans and promising new and young talent, this […]

Utah Tech soccer recognizes athletes for academic success

Utah Tech University recognizes its student-athletes for their hard work on and off the field as six Trailblazers are named to the Academic All-District Team. Chosen by College Sports Communicators, the Academic All-District teams acknowledge the country’s top student-athletes for excelling both academically and athletically. To be eligible for this recognition, athletes must maintain a […]

Trailblazers return battle ax to T-Birds after defeat at home

The Utah Tech University football team lost the battle ax to in-state rivals Southern Utah University in the final game of the year Nov. 18. The Battle of the Ax is a historical rivalry between Southern Utah University and Utah Tech University. It was revived in the 2022-2023 season where SUU claimed the ax first […]

‘It starts right now’: men’s soccer team eager for next season

The Utah Tech University men’s soccer team concluded its season by setting a program record for wins at the Division I level. The Trailblazers were picked to finish last in the preseason coaches poll. Despite the critics, they ended the season with a 9-9 record, finishing third in the Western Athletic Conference. Utah Tech earned […]

Undefeated start for the Utah Tech women’s basketball team

After back-to-back wins, the Utah Tech University women’s basketball team has a perfect 2-0 record to start the season.  Utah Tech tipped off the start of the season by dominating the University of La Verne scoring 115-69. The Trailblazers then secured the victory Nov. 9 over Jacksonville State University with a final score of 73-58. […]

Trailblazers prepare for women’s tennis Watanabe Classic

The Utah Tech University tennis team aims to serve up an ace-filled performance this weekend at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Watanabe Classic tournament.  The tournament will begin Nov. 10 and will conclude Nov. 12 at the Fertitta Tennis Complex in Las Vegas. Utah Tech will send seven players to the tournament to represent […]

Last home game for Utah Tech women’s volleyball ends in Senior Night loss

The last home game for Utah Tech women’s volleyball ended in a loss against the No. 3 ranked team in the Western Athletic Conference. The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley University won three out of the four sets. Utah Tech opened the game with a tribute to all the seniors on the team for […]

OPINION | Through careful consideration, MLB should expand to Utah

Utah’s potential entry into Major League Baseball sparks excitement, but with considerations for the Salt Lake Bees and financial responsibilities, careful planning is essential. The whispers of Utah being a prime candidate for an MLB expansion have grown louder with ESPN reporters favoring Salt Lake City as a potential new home for a major league […]