LOGAN, Utah -
Utah State athletics lost a tremendous and loyal fan Thursday afternoon as Andy “Captain Aggie” Pedersen passed away at his home after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease.
“Captain Aggie was one-of-a-kind and his tremendous support of Utah State Athletics for nearly 50 years will be deeply missed,” said USU Vice President and Director of Athletics John Hartwell. “Andy was as dedicated to Aggie Athletics as any fan could be, and his unwavering support was appreciated by every administrator, coach and student-athlete. Our condolences and prayers go out to Andy’s family. He will be missed.”
Utah State Athletics will recognize Captain Aggie during the upcoming academic year at appropriate athletic events.
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