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Aggie’s bench leads the way in blowout win over Bradley – Cache Valley Daily

Steven Ashworth. Photo by Clint Allen LOGAN – Utah State’s bench players stole the show in the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum Friday night, led by Steven Ashworth’s career-high 28 points, in an 84-62 win over Bradley. Aside from Ashworth’s 28, the Aggies got 15 points from sophomore wing Zee Hamoda and 10 points, 11 rebounds from Dan Akin. None of those three players are starters on the team right now. “Zee came in and gave us great minutes defensively. Dan came in and gave us some great minutes defensively and made some key baskets, too,” Odom said. “You can’t ignore Steven’s game tonight off the bench. He was incredible. Which is one of the reasons we put him there is, like, Steven’s fine whether you start him or bring him off the bench. He’s going to play his game and play it the right way.” The contributions from the bench were big in breaking the game open and giving the Aggies control. Utah State began the game cold, missing its first five shots of the game and starting 2-for-11 from the field overall. But stellar defense kept Bradley from taking advantage. The Braves started 2-for-14 themselves, allowing the Aggies to

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PHOTO GALLERY: Southeast Louisiana 78, USU 68 in women’s basketball

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Question of expansion is about whether new teams help achieve conference’s goals – Cache Valley Daily

Mountain West Conference logo The Mountain West announced and introduced its new commissioner Friday morning. Gloria Nevarez, who currently serves as the commissioner of the West Coast Conference, will resign her post there and take up the mantle left by Craig Thompson on Jan. 1, 2023. Thompson announced his intent to resign as the first and only commissioner the nearly 24-year old conference has had back in September. Mountain West Conference member institutions Nevarez will take over at a critical moment in the Mountain West’s history, and perhaps the most precarious since the conference had to deal with the loss of BYU, TCU and the University of Utah in the early 2010s. The landscape of the NCAA is quickly changing with NIL and alterations to the College Football Playoff format all in the foreground. How Nevarez navigates the upcoming years will have a long-lasting impact on the conference. One of the most pressing issues for the Mountain West is conference realignment. The conference hasn’t made major additions since the early 2010s when it added Boise State, Fresno State, Nevada, Utah State and San Jose State in all sports along with Hawaii and Colorado College in select sports. With other conferences

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How to watch, projected starters, injuries – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN – Utah State will take on Bradley in its second game of the season. Both teams came out victorious in their respective season openers. USU downed Utah Valley 75-58 while Bradley obliterated Wisconsin-Parkside by a score of 93-59. This will be the first leg of a home-and-home series between the two schools. Utah State will travel to Bradley next year for the second leg. How to watch Tip-off: 7 p.m. MT Location: Dee Glen Smith Spectrum | Logan, Utah TV Broadcast: Mountain West Network Aggie GameDay Coverage on KVNU (102.1 FM/610 AM & KVNU mobile app): 6 p.m. MT KVNU Aggie Call (102.1 FM/610 AM, KVNU mobile app): Immediately after game ends Injuries Utah State: None Bradley: Rienk Mast (MCL sprain) – OUT Utah State G – Rylan Jones (6-0, Sr.) – 6.0 points | 2.0 rebounds | 8.0 assists G – Max Shulga (6-4, Jr.) – 14.0 points | 6.0 rebounds | 0.0 assists G/F – Sean Bairstow (6-8, Sr.) – 19.0 points | 8.0 rebounds | 1.0 assists F – Taylor Funk (6-9, Gr.) – 18.0 points | 14.0 rebounds | 2.0 assists C – Trevin Dorius (7-0, Sr.) –

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PHOTO GALLERY: USU defeats San Jose State in women’s volleyball 3 sets to 2

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Utah State volleyball defeats San José State in gritty five-set win – Cache Valley Daily

LOGAN, Utah – It was a battle from start to finish inside the Wayne Estes Center on Thursday night as Utah State volleyball (18-8, 10-5 Mountain West) defeated San José State (18-7, 12-3 MW) 3-2 in a match featuring 36 ties and 16 lead changes. “That was so fun,” head coach Rob Neilson said. “I’m so proud of our group. That’s just a really good San José State team and that was gritty from us. So many people came in off the bench and contributed. We finally found the right mix. It’s great to get a win in here in front of this crowd.” A kill from graduate opposite side hitter Emilee Turner followed by a block from junior outside hitter Tatum Stall gave USU a 5-2 edge in set one. A 3-0 Spartan spurt later gave SJSU an 8-7 edge. The teams stayed within two points until back-to-back San José State errors put Utah State on top 22-19. Two more SJSU errors gave USU set point and a kill from senior middle blocker Kennedi Boyd clinched the 25-21 victory. Set two was the only stanza not to feature a tie or lead change as the Spartans won 25-18. The

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Gloria Nevarez named Mountain West Commissioner – Cache Valley Daily

Gloria Nevarez COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Gloria Nevarez, a 25-year veteran of intercollegiate athletics, has been selected as the second Commissioner in the history of the Mountain West Conference, it was announced today by the MW’s Board of Directors Chair Garnett Stokes. Nevarez will officially assume her duties on January 1, 2023, following the retirement of long-time MW Commissioner Craig Thompson. Since 2018, Nevarez has served as the Commissioner of the West Coast Conference (WCC), leading a transformation of the WCC and its member institutions in athletics, academics, diversity and inclusion, and marketing and branding. “We are absolutely thrilled that Gloria will lead our membership into the future during a critical and challenging period in intercollegiate athletics,” Stokes said. “We had an impressive pool of candidates, but in the end, Gloria had the vision, the experience, the desire and the ability to elevate our league and our twelve member institutions. She will be a great leader for the Conference and take us to unprecedented heights, after working closely with Craig in the upcoming transition. On behalf of the MWC Board of Directors, we welcome Gloria and her husband, Rick, to our family.” Nevarez previously worked at the Pac-12 Conference, the University of Oklahoma, the University of California

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