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Utah State Gymnastics Hosts Southern Utah and Hamline in Home-Opener Friday

Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013


USU gymnast in action

Utah State gymnastics will host Southern Utah University and Hamline University in its first home meet of the 2013 season Friday, Jan. 25. (photo from Athletics website)


Read the complete Utah State Gymnastics Notes vs. SUU and Hamline

Southern Utah & Hamline at Utah State Dee Glen Smith Spectrum (10,270) Logan, Utah Friday, Jan. 25, 2013 - 7 p.m. (MT)

HOME SWEET HOME — After starting the season with two road meets, Utah State [University] Gymnastics is at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum for the first home meet of the year. The Aggies will host Southern Utah University and Hamline University.

This is the third consecutive season in which Southern Utah has been involved in the Aggies' home opener. In 2012, USU opened the home season hosting SUU and Boise State, while the Thunderbirds helped start the 2011 home campaign with a dual-meet.

SHOWING SOME LOVE — To kick-off the home season, Utah State Athletics is sponsoring two community promotions for Friday's meet. Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night is open to all employees of Utah State University. By presenting a flyer that has been distributed around campus, employees will be eligible to pay just $1 for a ticket to the meet. In the Greek Challenge, members of the USU fraternity or sorority who have the highest percentage of members in attendance will receive free t-shirts for their chapter.

TUNING IN — Live meet results will be available through a variety of sources. Fans can follow along through the "Live Stats" or "Watch Live" links on UtahStateAggies.com. There will be a small fee required in order to watch the meet. Fans can also follow on Twitter.

Read much more about Aggie gymnastics, Southern Utah University and Hamline and the home opener in the full summary on the Athletics website.

Additional Aggie sports news is available at the Athletics website.





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