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Utah State women’s cross country beats seven ranked teams at Nuttycombe Invitational – Cache Valley Daily

VERONA, Wis. – Behind a 33rd-place finish from senior Katie Haviland, Utah State’s women’s cross country team placed 13th with 421 points at the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational on Friday morning.   In the process, the Aggies defeated seven ranked opponents in No. 7 Washington (15th, 463 points), No. 9 Stanford (16th, 470), No. 18 Portland (17th, 480), No. 20 Villanova (20th, 520), No. 26 Connecticut (22nd, 540), No. 28 Furman (23rd, 592) and No. 30 Oregon State (27th, 690) on the Thomas Zimmer Championship Course.   “The ladies ran well,” said Utah State head coach Artie Gulden. “I am so proud of them. We beat a lot of ranked teams and put ourselves in good position for an NCAA berth.”   On the men’s side, No. 29 Utah State finished 11th out of 32 teams with 322 points. Camren Todd led the way for the Aggies as he finished ninth in the 8K championship race with a time of 23:36.2.   In a loaded field of 267 runners, Haviland crossed the finish line in 20:43.0 to post her 33rd-place finish. She was followed by fellow senior Mica Rivera in 72nd (21:08.3), junior Bailey Brinkerhoff in 94th (21:14.5) and freshman Emma Thornley

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Aggie volleyball runs past Rebels in five-set thriller – Cache Valley Daily

Utah State Volleyball vs UNLV 10/14/2021 LOGAN, Utah – Pushing the defending conference champions to five sets, Utah State volleyball (13-6, 5-2 MW) league-leading UNLV in a battle in the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum Thursday. The first two sets both went to extra points, with the Aggies winning the first, 26-24, and the Rebels the second, 27-25. Utah State then claimed a dominant third set win, 25-16, before allowing the same of UNLV who won the fourth, 25-17. USU trailed early in the fifth, but pulled off the match-clinching victory, 15-12. The Aggie outside hitters both had solid nights, as sophomore Tatum Stall led the team with 18 kills, followed closely by senior Kristy Frank with 17. The middles also both hit well, as junior Kennedi Boyd led the team hitting .474 (11-2-19), while senior Corinne Larsen had a .412 (9-2-17) attack. Junior setter Kalena Vaivai matched her season high with 34 assists Thursday night, while sophomore libero Abby Peterson dominated behind the service line with five aces. Peterson also led the team with 18 digs. Larsen and freshman middle blocker Katie Langford each recorded four blocks on the night. Freshman outside hitter Adna Mehmedovic made her collegiate debut in

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