July 14, 2011
LOGAN, Utah -
In its sixth year as a member of the Western Athletic Conference, Utah State continued its overall athletic success as its 16 varsity teams combined to win four team championships (men's basketball, men's indoor and outdoor track & field, women's soccer), while finishing second in three other sports (women's cross country, women's indoor and outdoor track & field). Overall, 162 Utah State student-athletes received all-WAC honors. Not only did USU prosper in athletic competition, but it also excelled in the classroom with 228 academic all-WAC selections.
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Student-Athlete of the Week
Alyssa SnyderSport: Women's Cross Country
Class: JuniorAlyssa Snyder Named America First Credit Union USU Student-Athlete of the Week
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