SUU Gymnastics Ranked Number 9 Nationally!

Flippin’ Birds Rank No. 9 Nationally Following First Meet

CEDAR CITY, Utah – Following their first meet of the season the Thunderbird gymnastics team rocketed up the National polls, and are now ranked ninth in the entire country. SUU’s 196.150 against the Cardinal of Stanford placed them ninth, one spot ahead of Michigan who they will take on later this season.

SUU Women’s Basketball Loses to Idaho 68-85

Vandals steal win from Thunderbirds

Southern Utah University’s women’s basketball team’s losing streak was extended to six games in a row after losing last night to the Vandals of the University of Idaho, 68-85. “Short-term memory is important to stay positive,” Head Coach Chris Boettcher said. “I trust in our kids that they are not quitters they are competitors.

Tre James Named Big Sky Athlete of the Week

Tre James Named Big Sky Athlete of the Week

OGDEN, Utah – Southern Utah freshman Tre James has been named men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week by the Big Sky Conference following a record breaking performance in his first collegiate meet. James ran in the Friday Night Duels last week where he posted 6.70 (6.74 after altitude adjustment) in the 60-meter dash.

Intermountain Sports Medicine Signs with SUU Athletics

Intermountain Sports Medicine Signs Three Year Contract With Southern Utah University Athletics – CEDAR CITY Utah – Intermountain Sports Medicine a division of Intermountain Healthcare has signed a three year contract with Southern Utah University…

CEDAR CITY, Utah – Intermountain Sports Medicine, a division of Intermountain Healthcare, has signed a three year contract with Southern Utah University’s athletic department to provide a certified athletic trainer for all SUU athletic and team events.

SUU Men’s Basketball Loses to Portland State

Vikings Win For Seventh Time In Eight Games, 88-77, At Southern Utah

Starting guards and Oregon high school products Zach Gengler and Bryce Canda each scored a game-high 16 points as Portland State picked up an 88-77 Big Sky Conference road win at Southern Utah. Gengler’s defense also made a big difference as the Vikings won for the seventh time in eight games.

Several T-Birds Break SUU Indoor Track Records

Several T-Birds Break Into the Record Book as Indoor Begins

CEDAR CITY, Utah – The Thunderbird track and field programs kicked off their indoor campaign on Friday at a pair of meets. The majority of the team competed at the Friday Night Duels hosted by NAU while other athletes competed at the Ed Jacoby Invitational hosted by Boise State. Flagstaff, Ariz.

SUU Gymnastics Prepares for 2017 Season

Gymnastics Team Makes Final Preparations for 2017 Season | 2017 archive | News & Press | SUU

The Thunderbird gymnastics team is gearing up for their 2017 season, with a chance to shake off the rust in the annual Red/White Meet on January 13 before hosting the Pac-12’s Stanford Cardinal for their first meet of the season on January 20.

SUU Football Loses to Montana 20-43

Thunderbirds Fall to Grizzlies in Montana’s Homecoming Game

MISSOULA, Montana – Despite trailing just 15-14 with just one minute remaining in the opening half, the Montana Grizzlies managed to blow open the second half for a 43-20 homecoming victory in Missoula. Patrick Tyler threw 16-41-1, including three touchdowns to Mike Sharp.

Canyon View girls Soccer Captures Region Title

Region Roundup: Canyon View soccer, Desert Hills tennis capture region titles

The Canyon View Falcons continued their Region 12 domination Tuesday with an 8-0 win over Richfield that also saw CV win its second straight region title. Allie Lloyd bagged a hat trick and Sydnee Evans scored twice for the Falcons. Makayla Mechem, Morgan Haag and Tylee Bulloch each added goals as well.

SUU Football Beats Portland State 45-31

SUU Opens Big Sky With Homecoming Victory Over Portland State

CEDAR CITY, Utah – Four interceptions, 292 rushing yards, and a record-breaking 10,306 fans in attendance were just a few pieces that contributed to Southern Utah’s 45-31 Big Sky opening victory over Portland State. “I’m extremely proud of the administration, players, coaches, and community,” head coach Demario Warren said.