Utah State Women’s Basketball Head Coach Kayla Ard & Senior Guard Emmie Harris speak on to the Media on Mountain West Conference Media Day for Women’s Basketball.
Head Coach of Utah State Volleyball Rob Neislon joins the show to talk about the teams great start & Mountain West Conference Play.
Today on The Full Court Press – Eric Frandsen & Ajay Salvesen talk:
Aggies beat Washington State
Utah State Football Weekly Presser for Week 2
Player of The Week
Stat that blew our mind
College Football Recap of the Weekend
Recap Region 11 Football
Shaler Halimon LOGAN, Utah – Utah State athletics is saddened by the passing of Shaler Halimon, one of Aggie men’s basketball’s all-time greats and member of the USU Fall of Fame, after being inducted in 2010. Halimon was 76 years old. Shaler Halimon One of the most prolific scorers in Utah State history, Halimon was named a Helms Athletic Foundation All-American during both his junior (1967) and senior (1968) seasons. During his brief two-year career at Utah State, Halimon scored 1,284 points which still ranks 20th all-time in school history. He also recorded two of the three triple-doubles in school history during his career as he had 21 points, 24 rebounds and 10 assists in a 116-88 home win against Evansville on Dec. 11, 1967, and 35 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists in a 96-80 home win against Arizona State on Feb. 10, 1968. Those 24 rebounds against the Purple Aces were a career high for Halimon and still ranks as the fifth-most in school history. Halimon averaged 26.8 points during his senior season and his career scoring average of 25.2 points per game ranks second all-time in school history behind Wayne Estes. During his senior year, he scored
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