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Aggies start slow, but dominate in women’s basketball exhibition – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – Utah State hosted Fort Lewis in exhibition to start the basketball season and started slow, leading 23-15 after one before outscoring the Skyhawks 67-28 the rest of the way for a 90-43 win. Defense led the way, holding the Skyhawks to just seven points in the second quarter and 2-23 from the field. That was one of the Skyhawks’ two single digit scoring quarters. The Skyhawks finished 14-61 from the field and 3-21 from deep. Utah State women’s basketball coach Kayla Ard was eager to get game action with five transfers joining the squad after a struggling COVID year in 2020. Two of the top three scorers were new faces, Laci Hawthorne and Adryana Quezada, and transfers accounted for 43 of the 90 points. Senior Kaylin Randhawa led the team with 15 points and five players were in double figures. Hawthorne had 14 points and 10 rebounds, Quezada had 13 points and three steals, Kinley Falslev had 12 and Meagan Mendazona finished with 11. All 10 Aggie players that played, scored. Only Sydney Candelaria was in double figures for Fort Lewis, finishing with a game high 18 points. The Aggies forced 22 turnovers, to their 16, and scored

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Now bowl eligible, where could the Aggies play after the season ends? – Cache Valley Daily

USU Football. Photo by Robert K. Scott LOGAN – After a wild 51-31 victory over Hawai’i in Logan on Saturday, the Utah State Aggies have now won six games on the season making them bowl eligible. Now Aggie fans can begin to speculate about where USU will go bowling once the regular season comes to a close. Before examining what bowls may be a possibility, it is still a strong possibility that the Aggies will represent the Mountain Division at the Mountain West Conference championship game December 4th on Fox. Currently, USU is on top of the Mountain Division as the only one-loss team in the division. The Aggies also hold tie breakers against Air Force and Colorado State, should it come to that. The conference championship game, featuring the top Mountain Division team against the top West Division team, will be staged at the site of the highest ranked team. Through nine weeks of football, Fresno State currently holds that honor as the #25 ranked team in the latest Associated Press Top 25 Poll. According to Mountain West Conference officials, the conference has six guaranteed bowl tie-ins: New Mexico Bowl at University Stadium in Albuquerque, New Mexico – Dec.

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Utah State’s Mountain West football game at San José State will be televised on Fox Sports 1 and kick off at 8:30 p.m. – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN, Utah – Utah State’s Mountain West football game at San José State on Saturday, Nov. 13, will be televised live on Fox Sports 1 and begin at 8:30 p.m. (MT), it was announced Monday. Utah State and San José State have had 39 prior meetings on the football field with USU trailing in the all-time series, 18-20-1, which includes a 7-11-1 road record. However, USU has won eight-straight games against the Spartans, including four straight on the road. The last time SJSU won a game against the Aggies was on Oct. 11, 2008, in San Jose, 30-7. Furthermore, Utah State has out-scored San José State 349-156 (43.6-19.5) during its current eight-game winning streak, including 253-80 (50.6-16.0) in its last five meetings. In fact, USU has won each of the last five games in the series by at least 22 points. Overall, Utah State’s series with San José State is tied for the sixth-longest in school history, along with Idaho and New Mexico State. Utah State is currently 6-2 on the season and 4-1 in Mountain West play, while San José State is 5-4 overall and 3-2 in MW action. SJSU plays at Nevada this weekend, while USU plays at New

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