Aggie Insights E-newsletter
    VOLUME 8 | ISSUE 4 April 2010     

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HIGHLIGHTS

USU Alumni Spotlight - Lynn M. Hansen Lynn M. Hansen

Lynn M. Hansen has spent a substantial part of his life serving his country. Although he has traveled the world, Lynn’s road to civic and military service began right here in Logan, UT, when he enrolled in the USU Air Force ROTC program. 

A football scholarship initially attracted Lynn to Utah State, known then as Utah Agricultural College (UAC).  After playing football for a year, Lynn transferred to Ricks College. From there, he took time off from school to serve an LDS mission to Denmark. Returning home, Lynn re-enrolled again at Utah State. Because he lacked previous ROTC experience, Lynn enrolled provisionally in the USU AFROTC program as a junior. By his senior year, Lynn was the AFROTC Cadet Colonel and Commander of the Arnold Air Society. Lynn also found time to be a member of Delta Phi, Alpha Sigma Nu, and Blue Key, as well as serve on the Agathon Committee. It was also at USU that Lynn met his wife, Faith.

When he first enrolled in college, Lynn wanted to be a high school football coach and was majoring in Physical Education. During his time in Denmark, Lynn discovered he had an affinity for foreign languages. When he returned to Utah State, at the urging of the head of the Language Department, Lynn decided to switch his major to German, with a minor in Russian. This switch in majors, along with his involvement with the AFROTC, dramatically altered the course of Lynn’s life and professional career.

Graduating from USU with his bachelor’s degree in 1960, Lynn was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Air Force. At the same time of his commission, he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to pursue German and Russian studies at the Free University of Berlin. Lynn spent the next four years studying in Berlin before attending the University of Utah to obtain his master’s degree in German. After earning his master's, he taught at the Air Force Academy for a year and then returned to the University of Utah to earn his PhD. Later on his Air Force career, Lynn was selected to be an Air Force Research Associate with Professor John Erickson at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. At Edinburgh Lynn focused his post-doctoral fellowship work in Defense Studies, specifically pursuing the study of Soviet military doctrine.

The Air Force provided opportunities for Lynn to work in multiple divisions of the U.S. Government throughout his professional career. Some of the positions he held included: Liaison Officer to the Soviet Army in East Germany; Assistant Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; Deputy Head/Ambassador of U.S. Delegation to Stockholm Conference; Ambassador for the U.S. Delegation to the Geneva Conference; and Ambassador for the U.S. Delegation to the Vienna Neighbors.

Lynn holds deep respect for his time spent serving the U.S. Government: “To be able to represent one’s country in large forums such as the United Nations and the Geneva Conference on Disarmament and Negotiations on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe was a distinct honor and pleasure.” Lynn’s impact during these negotiations had far reaching effects, with his words becoming the official position of the United States.

Now retired, Lynn and his wife, Faith, have served two LDS missions to Germany. Upon completion of their last mission, the Hansens spent an additional 18 months in Germany collecting oral histories of LDS members who experienced the end of World War II. Lynn is currently in the process of preparing the 300+ stories for publication in German, with hopes of an English translation to follow in the coming years. He is also an avid gardener. Lynn and Faith are the parents of seven children, two of whom are officers in the United States Air Force. They have 24 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

A man with a wealth of experience and deep understanding of the human condition, Lynn Hansen is a proud American and a devoted Aggie.

Spotlight by Clarissa Fidler

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Featured Alumni Benefit - UC Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center UC Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center

There are a variety of benefits available exclusively to all USU Alumni. For the month of April, discover the benefit of the UC Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center.

You are most cordially invited to join other Aggies for the vacation of a lifetime at the UC Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center. This family vacation package, as described by one of the vacationers, “is the best vacation since becoming parents!” That's because your meals and lodging are provided with a variety of programs and activities offered that aim to entertain each and every member of your family. Enthusiastic, college-age students entertain your children to allow you the freedom to be as active or relaxed as you choose. The Family Vacation Center (FVC) is one of the very few places that will take care of children under two while providing exciting activities for those hard to please ‘terrible teens’!

The icing on the cake is that you are vacationing in Santa Barbara, CA. You would pay more for just one week’s lodging only in Santa Barbara than for a full week package at the FVC. You can choose from a full slate of enjoyable activities without ever leaving the premises, or you can venture off campus to enjoy the beauty and history of charming downtown Santa Barbara with its five star dining and world-class golf courses. Parents have even been known to sneak away to an afternoon matinee! When was the last time you did that? 
 
The best part is the cost. You will not find a better deal – for all you get – anywhere.

Join us this summer, on the beach, at UC Santa Barbara…. Your children will thank you.

Click here to check out the updated benefits for USU Alumni and Alumni Association Sustaining Members!

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Last Chance to Sign Up for Alumni Trips

Lincoln Sesquicentennial Tour: May 11-16, 2010Lincoln Sesquicentennial Tour

Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to join Dr. F. Ross Peterson and Dr. Bryon Andreasen to learn about the life of Abraham Lincoln and important historical highlights in Missouri and Illinois. Included is St. Louis and the Arch; Springfield, IL for an in-depth presentation of Abraham Lincoln; visits to Carthage and Nauvoo, IL to the historical sites of the LDS Church; and a steamboat cruise on the Mississippi River in Hannibal, MO.

Call Alumni Relations at 800-291-2586 to reserve your spot today!

Click here to download a brochure with full trip details.

Discounted Price: $775* (plus airfare)
Full Price: $875 (plus airfare)
Airfare: $475

 

Cathedrals of Great Britain Tour with Dr. Craig Jessop: June 9-20, 2010 - SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE!Cathedrals of Great Britain with Dr. Craig Jessop

Join Dr.Craig Jessop as he leads USU Alumni through a musical heritage tour of Britain's greatest cathedrals. Visit Cambridge, Westminster Abbey, Canterbury, and more for choral Evensong, plus experience traditional mystical sites.

THE TOUR STILL HAS A FEW SPOTS AVAILABLE. Call Alumni Relations at 800-291-2586 to reserve your spot today!

Click here to download a brochure with full trip details.

Discounted Price: $2,195* (plus airfare)
Full Price: $2,395 (plus airfare)

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Actor Danny Glover is USU Commencement Speaker Danny Glover

Highly successful actor, community activist, and philanthropist Danny Glover has been named commencement speaker for Utah State University’s 123rd graduation ceremony. He will join a group of four other prominent individuals who will receive honorary doctorates during the undergraduate ceremony May 8 at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum in Logan.

Others receiving honorary doctorates are: public radio pioneer Donald R. Quayle; business leader and public servant Scott R. Simplot; psychologist, community voluntee,r and environmental activist Dr. Paula Swaner; and longtime Utah media executive Dominic A. Welch.”

“Honorary degrees are one of the most important ways we have to recognize people for the commitment and the sacrifices they have made to make this world a better place,” said USU President Stan L. Albrecht. “These individuals have made their marks in a number of ways and in a number of fields, but all of them deserve honor for their passion and determination to serve others.

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USU Alumni Association & PartnersFirst Agreement to End
Official Mastercard of Utah State

Effective April 12, 2010, the partnership between the Utah State University Alumni Association and PartnersFirst will end. As a result, the benefits and support that Utah State University Alumni Association received as result of PartnersFirst cardholders’ purchases will discontinue. The Alumni Association has no intention of pursuing another credit card partner at this time. 

Cardholders may continue to use their current cards for purchases, balance transfers, and cash advances.  As current cards expire, cardholders will be issued a new card from PartnersFirst without the Utah State University trademarks. Questions regarding account information should be directed to PartnersFirst at their toll-free number, 1-866-450-1402. 

We want to thank those who have supported the Alumni Association through the affinity card program.  We will continue to provide valuable benefits to our alumni and sustaining members.  Please visit the Alumni Association website www.usu.edu/alumni for a complete list of benefits and for other ways to support your Alumni Association.

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Update Your Records Update Your Records (laptop photo courtesy of fotocromo)

Have you recently moved, changed your email address, or gotten married? Whatever the change might be, it's easy to keep your USU records current!

To update your records, simply complete the online form and we will make the necessary changes so you can continue to receive the Utah State University Magazine; invitations to our many alumni events; and information about our other exciting promotions and publications.

Click here to update your records.

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Alumni Legacy Nonresident Scholarship Aggie Legacy Nonresident Scholarship

Keep the tradition alive! Did you earn a degree from USU? You can now send your child to Utah State and their out-of-state tuition differential will be waived. Stay connected through the next generation of Aggies. We'd love to have them here!

To qualify for the Alumni Legacy Nonresident Scholarship, a future Aggie must:

* Be admitted to Utah State University.
* Have at least one parent who earned an associate degree or higher from Utah State University (verification required).
* Enroll at USU as a first-time student to the Utah system of higher education.

Time spent in Utah on the Alumni Legacy Nonresident Scholarship cannot be counted towards establishing resident student status. However, the waiver will be available to your student until he or she completes their degree(s).

If you have any questions, please email Corey Mikkelsen at corey.mikkelsen@usu.edu or call the Admissions Office at (800) 488-8108.

USU is excited to offer this opportunity for alumni to keep the great Aggie Tradition alive!

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Back to the Buzzer

1939 "A" Day Photo Montage

1939 "A" Day Photo Montage

Buzzers are now available online! Click here to go to the Buzzer Yearbooks Collection at the USU Digital Library.

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EVENT LISTINGS

3rd Annual Aggie Family Day at LagoonAggie Family Day at Lagoon

Join Aggies for a fun-filled event at the 3rd Annual Aggie Family Day at Lagoon! Meet USU Aggie football players, enjoy free Aggie Ice Cream, and enter a raffle for prize drawings.

Date: Thursday, July 8, 2010

Time: 11:00 am - Park Opens; 6:00 pm - Aggie Family Day Event at Meadow Pavilion

Location: Lagoon Park

Cost: $33/Age 4 years & over; $28/Toddler (3 years & younger)

RSVP: Online registration will be available in May.

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Homecoming 2010 Dates Announced

Save the Date!

Utah State University Homecoming 2010 Festivities will be held the week of October 18-23. The Homecoming Football Game will be on Saturday, October 23 versus Hawaii (time TBA).

Check back over the next few months for more information!

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CHAPTER EVENTS

Weber County Dinner with Dr. Craig JessopDr. Craig Jessop

Join Weber County Aggies for a delightful dinner and evening with Dr.Craig Jessop, newly appointed Dean of the Caine College of the Arts.

Date: Saturday, April 10, 2010

Time: 6:00 pm

Location: Rickenbacker’s Restaurant - 4282 S 1650 W, Ogden, UT 84405

Cost: $25/Sustaining Member; $30/Alumni & Friends

RSVP: Click here to register online.

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Box Elder County Dinner with Coach Gary Andersen Coach Gary Anderson

Join Box Elder County Aggies for a dinner with Gary Andersen, USU Football Head Coach. Dinner catered by Iron Gate Grill.

Date: Saturday, May 1, 2010

Time: 6:00 pm

Location: Eagle Mountain Golf Course: 960 E 700 S, Brigham City, UT

Cost: $20/Sustaining Members; $25/Alumni & Friends

RSVP: By April 28th. Online registration coming soon!

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Weber County Picnic Weber County Picnic

Weber County Aggies mark your calendars and don't miss the Weber County Picnic! This event is a potluck so bring something to share with the group.

Date: Monday, May 3, 2010

Time: 6:30 pm

Location: 40th Street Park, South Ogden, UT

RSVP: Click here to register online.

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Davis County Aggie Spring Run-Off Davis County Aggie Spring Run-Off

Davis County Aggies pull out those running shoes and register for the 5th Annual Aggie Spring Run-Off!

Date: Saturday, May 15, 2010

Time: 7:00 am Day-Of Registration*; Race starts at 8:00 am

Location: The Utah House - 920 S 50 W, Kaysville, UT

Cost: $30 Family; $25 Individual; $20 Aggie Alumnus/Student; $25+ LazyBoy

RSVP: Click here to download and fill out a registration form.

Mail your registration form and payment to:
Alumni Relations
7500 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-7500

*Race participants who register on the day of the race are not guaranteed a t-shirt.

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Tooele County Pool Party Tooele Swim Party

Come to a Pool Party for the USU Tooele Regional Campus and the Tooele Alumni Chapter. Canned food donations will be accepted at the door for the local food bank. So bring a can of food, play in the pool, and enjoy delicious Aggie Ice Cream!

Date: Saturday, May 15, 2010

Time: 6:00-8:00 pm (dinner); 8:00-10:00 pm (swim)

Location: Pratt Aquatic Center - 55 N 200 W, Tooele, UT

Cost: FREE

RSVP: By May 11th. Click here to register online.

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CONNECTIONS

Merit Citation - Kimberly & Kent Wood Kimberly & Kent Wood

One cannot talk about the great Aggies in Nevada without mentioning Kimberly and Kent Wood. Kimberly earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with minors in History and Sociology, from Utah State University in 1970. While at Utah State University, she was a member of Chi Omega Fraternity, Freshmen Women’s Honorary, Pi Sigma Alpha, and was included on the Dean’s List. She began her career working for the Xerox Corporation, but shortly after started work for the State of Nevada, working in several different agencies. She then continued her education, earning a law degree in 1985 from the School of Law at Old College. With this new career path, Kimberly eventually became an attorney for Reno City, a position she held until 2005. Always a busy and involved Aggie, Kimberly serves on the board of trustees for Washoe County Senior Citizens Board and is a member of the citizens’ advisory board for the Regional Transportation Committee.   

Kent, a Utah native, earned his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Utah State University in 1970. He was on the Dean’s List and held a teaching assistantship in economics. He started his professional career with the Hartford Insurance Group, and then went on to receive his law degree from the School of Law at Old College. Kent has worked as Assistant Council for First Interstate Bank of Nevada and as Assistant City Attorney for the City of Sparks. He has also been very involved in his community with organizations such as the Boy Scouts of America; Pop Warner football; and the Rotary, where he has been a member for 35 years. Together, Kimberly and Kent regularly volunteer with organizations such as the Veteran’s House, the Reno/Tahoe Open PGA Tour, National Championship Air Races, and various political campaigns. They are Sustaining Members of USU’s Alumni Association and are donors to various other campus departments. 

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KSL News Anchor Comes Home to USU Amanda Butterfield

Thirteen years ago, a tall blonde walked into the Animal Science building, her waist-long hair perfectly curled and wearing more make-up than a 6-year-old playing dress-up. Here she was, ready for her first shot at TV news anchoring, a lifetime dream.

She sits nervously on the set, fidgeting and glistening with perspiration under the lights until instructor Dean Byrne yells, “Would you sit still so we can frame the shot!?

Amanda Butterfield came “home” to USU and the scene of her TV debut Friday as part of the College of HASS Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series, sharing advice and experiences with an audience of JCOM students and Butterfield-wannabe’s at the Haight Alumni Center.

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Deans for Two Colleges Named at Utah State University Deans for Two Colleges

Deans for two new colleges at Utah State University have been named. Craig Jessop will head the newly created Caine College of the Arts, and John C. Allen will lead the college that includes the humanities and social science disciplines.

“We are extremely excited that two highly-respected, extraordinarily skilled, senior members of our faculty have agreed to serve as the founding deans of these two new academic colleges,” said Executive Vice President and Provost Raymond T. Coward. “Both search and screening committees concluded that Drs. Jessop and Allen had the prerequisite knowledge and background to provide leadership for the launching of these two new academic units.”

The search for two deans began after the Board of Regents approved the creation of these two new academic units.

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Utah State University Alumni Certified NRCM Registrants Alumni Certified NRCM

Quinton C. Inglet, Study Director II, Nelson Laboratories, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT, and Benjamin G. Owens, M.S., Chemical Hygiene/Biosafety Officer, University of Nevada, Reno, are now Registrants of the National Registry of Certified Microbiologists (NRCM).

Mr.Inglet is certified as a Registered Microbiologist in Consumer Product Quality Assurance Microbiology specializing in Pharmaceutical/Medical Device/Cosmetics. Mr.Owens is certified as a Specialist Microbiologist in Biological Safety Microbiology. Both are graduates of Utah State University, where Mr.Inglet earned his B.S. and Mr.Owens received his M.S.

To earn the NRCM credential, they first met rigorous educational and experiential eligibility requirements and then passed a comprehensive written examination. Mr.Inglet has demonstrated the knowledge and skills necessary in a consumer product microbiology testing laboratory. Mr.Owens has demonstrated the knowledge and skills necessary to develop, implement, and manage a comprehensive biological safety program.  

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Identify an Aggie

Ski Class on Old Main Hill

After this photo of a ski class on Old Main Hill (circa 1960s) appeared in the 2010 Alumni Association Calendar, Rich Boyce was identified as the ski instructor who appears on the far right of the photograph. The woman fifth from the left with glasses is his wife, Glenna Boyce.

If you find a photo of you, friends, or family members that you can identify, email the information and photo to clarissa.fidler@aggiemail.usu.edu, and your photo could be featured in the next issue of Aggie Insights!

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Career Corner - Discover Career Success! Career Corner

“I had an interview with Yahoo, and their recruiter asked me every question my Career Coach and I practiced!  I highly recommend Career Services—they really helped me obtain my first career position as a professor.”

Inga Maslova
PhD, Statistics
American University 

Connect with Career Services to:

- Hire USU students and graduates for internship and permanent positions.

- Share your career success as an alumni mentor.

- Connect with your career coach for personalized assistance in your career search.

Visit us at:  www.usu.edu/career; (435) 797-7777; University Inn, 102.

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Tips from Liberty Mutual, USU Alumni Association Affinity PartnerLiberty Mutual

Winter’s Last Blast

You may be dreaming of spring, but don’t forget the cold, hard facts: Old Man Winter still has plenty of time to deliver a deadly blizzard or ice storm. Follow these tips if you lose power in your home or are stranded in your car.

At Home

- Replenish dwindling emergency supplies, including food, water and batteries.

- Stock plenty of dry logs for your fireplace.

- If you lose electricity that powers your thermostats and furnace, wear warm clothes and keep extra blankets nearby. NEVER turn on a gas oven to supply heat.

- Instead of candles, use flashlights and battery-powered lanterns to provide light.

In Your Vehicle

- Stay inside, but if it’s safe to do so, hang a colored cloth on your antenna or lay flares on the road to indicate distress.

- Run the heater for 10 minutes every hour with the engine on so you don’t drain your battery.

- Crack a window for fresh air.

- Put on extra layers of clothing or wrap yourself in a blanket.

- Try to stay awake if you’re alone or alternate taking naps with your passengers.

- If water is unavailable, melt snow before you eat it; otherwise, it will lower your body temperature.

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Travel Opportunities

Lincoln Sesquicentennial Tour: May 11-16, 2010Lincoln Sesquicentennial Tour

Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to join Dr. F. Ross Peterson and Dr. Bryon Andreasen to learn about the life of Abraham Lincoln and important historical highlights in Missouri and Illinois. Included is St. Louis and the Arch; Springfield, IL for an in-depth presentation of Abraham Lincoln; visits to Carthage and Nauvoo, IL to the historical sites of the LDS Church; and a steamboat cruise on the Mississippi River in Hannibal, MO.

Call Alumni Relations at 800-291-2586 to reserve your spot today!

Click here to download a brochure with full trip details.

Discounted Price: $775* (plus airfare)
Full Price: $875 (plus airfare)
Airfare: $475



Cathedrals of Great Britain Tour with Dr. Craig Jessop: June 9-20, 2010 - SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE!Cathedrals of Great Britain with Dr. Craig Jessop

Join Dr.Craig Jessop as he leads USU Alumni through a musical heritage tour of Britain's greatest cathedrals. Visit Cambridge, Westminster Abbey, Canterbury, and more for choral Evensong, plus experience traditional mystical sites.

THE TOUR STILL HAS A FEW SPOTS AVAILABLE. Call Alumni Relations at 800-291-2586 to reserve your spot today!

Click here to download a brochure with full trip details.

Discounted Price: $2,195* (plus airfare)
Full Price: $2,395 (plus airfare)

*Discounted price for both trips ONLY available for Alumni Sustaining Members
Not an Alumni Association Sustaining Member? Click here to join today!

Check the Travel page for more information.

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Class Notes Class Notes

Have you received a recent promotion or participated in a community event? Do you ever wonder what other Aggies from your graduating class are up to?

Click here to add your own Class Note today!

Sent By Notes
March 22, 2010
Hal Gordon
Graduation: 1986
Highlight:
The Oregon Council Federation of Fly Fishers awarded Hal Gordon the 2010 "Fly Tyer of the Year" award "In Recognition of Your Skills, Teaching and Innovation in the Art of Fly Tying."

Hal has a BS in Range Science from USU. He and his wife Jean and son live in Aloha, Oregon. They have a daughter currently attending USU studying history.

Read all of the recent Class Notes to find out what's going on in the lives of successful Aggie Alumni everywhere!

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ATHLETICS

Current Athletic Schedules

Click here for the current schedules for all Aggie athletics.

 

USU, NFL Great Merlin Olsen Dies Merlin Olsen

NFL Hall of Famer Merlin Olsen, the greatest athlete in Utah State University history, died at City of Hope Hospital near Los Angeles early Thursday morning (March 11) after a courageous battle with cancer.
 
Olsen’s outstanding record on both college and NFL football fields was followed by successful careers as a beloved television actor and as a television sports commentator. He is remembered also as a tireless philanthropist, giving enormous amounts of time, talent, and financial resources to numerous causes across the country.
 
“I can't think of anyone who has graduated from Utah State University who has accomplished more in a broader array of fields than Merlin Olsen,” said Utah State University President Stan Albrecht. “His distinctive and powerful voice will be remembered for the breadth of its influence and by the impact it has had in so many different facets of our lives.”
 
Albrecht said he knows of no other Utah State University graduate whose impact has been so far reaching or so profound.

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Utah State Athletics To Honor Longtime Equipment Manager Ken Seamons Ken Seamons

Utah State University's Athletics Department will be honoring former equipment manager Ken Seamons by officially naming the equipment room in the Jim and Carol Laub Athletics-Academics Complex in his honor on Saturday, April 24 at 1 p.m.

A former Utah State football player, who wishes to remain anonymous, made the gift to name the equipment room in honor of Ken Seamons.

The ceremony will be held on the first floor of the Jim and Carol Laub Athletics-Academics Complex and is open to the public. A tour of USU's new 6,000 square foot equipment room will immediately follow the unveiling of the J. Ken "Kenny" Seamons Equipment Room.

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Three Utah State Gymnasts At NCAA North Central Regional Championships SaturdayUSU Gymnastics

All-Arounders Heinrich and Boone Joined By Bars Specialist Dillon

Utah State gymnastics will be sending three individual student-athletes to the 2010 NCAA North Central Regional Championships on Saturday, April 10 at Salt Lake City, Utah, hosted by the University of Utah. Action gets underway at 6 p.m. (MT) at U of U's Jon M. Huntsman Center (15,000). Free live results and live video will be available.

Senior Heather Heinrich and junior Lyndsie Boone will compete in the all-around while junior Jackie Dillon will be in action on bars. USU's three individuals will join teams from Auburn, WAC foe Boise State, Denver, Florida, Washington and host Utah, along with individual gymnasts from Air Force, Wisconsin-La Crosse and Wisconsin-Stout.

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Utah State Football Announces 2010 Schedule USU Football

For the second time in as many years, Utah State football will be hosting a nationally-televised game, as the Aggies’ 2010 game against in-state rival Brigham Young will be on either ESPN or ESPN2, highlighting Utah State’s 2010 football schedule, which was announced Monday with the complete Western Athletic Conference schedule. USU’s 2010 slate includes six home games for the second time in three years.

Click here for a complete 2010 Schedule in PDF Format

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Utah State Soccer Announces 2010 Schedule USU Soccer

Utah State's head soccer coach Heather Cairns announced the 2010 soccer schedule on Thursday. The Aggies will play a total of 20 matches in 2010, including three against teams that competed in the 2009 Women's College Cup.

For the second-straight season, the Aggies will travel south and play a neutral site match at Rio Tinto Stadium, home of the Major League Soccer champion Real Salt Lake. On Aug. 20, Utah State will open the 2010 campaign against instate rival Weber State at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy. The time of the match has yet to be determined.

Click here for a complete 2010 Schedule in PDF Format

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