Utah St. Rumors & News

  • Utah State denies transfer permission to speak with any other schools

    Yahoo! Sports "When he blindsided the Utah State basketball team earlier this month by quitting two days before its season opener, forward David Collette quickly learned a hard lesson. College coaches seldom accept rejection gracefully. Utah State officials informed Collette on Monday that they are denying..." November 25

  • Utah State big man David Collette is transferring

    Mountain West Connection "Utah State's basketball season is set to get underway this Friday but on Wednesday the Aggies team took a big hit as David Collette is transferring from the school, as first reported by The Salt Lake Tribune. The reason for Collette transferring is unknown as his is location, and he told head..." November 12

  • Koby McEwen commits to play basketball at Utah State

    The Deseret News "Wasatch Academy’s Koby McEwen committed to Utah State’s basketball program Monday. As an ESPN Top 100 Basketball Recruit, McEwen has the potential to make an immediate impact as an Aggie next fall. With offers piling up from Wake Forest, Baylor, Ole Miss and a few others, the Mount Pleasant..." September 08

  • Crew Ainge, son of Danny, commits to Utah State

    Campus Sports "Crew Ainge, son of former Celtics player and current Boston GM Danny, has committed to Utah State. Ainge made the announcement on his personal Twitter page. The 5-foot-11 point guard out of Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire, about a two-hour drive away from Boston, becomes the..." June 08

  • Former Missouri guard Shane Rector headed to Utah State

    College Basketball Talk "Shane Rector has committed to Utah State, according to a report from JucoJunction.com. Rector was a three-star recruit and a borderline top 100 prospect in the Class of 2013, when he was a high school senior. The point guard ended up at Missouri, but he played just 23 games as a freshman before..." April 28

  • Report: Utah State will hire assistant Tim Duryea as head coach

    SI "Utah State will hire longtime assistant Tim Duryea as its next head coach, reports ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Stew Morrill, who had been the Aggies coach since 1998, announced in January that he will retire at the end of the season." March 30

  • Utah State's Stew Morrill to retire

    CBS Sports "Utah State's Stew Morrill is retiring at the end of this season, a source confirmed to CBSSports.com on Friday. An official announcement is expected Friday afternoon. The development was first reported by KVNU -- a radio station in Utah." January 10

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 08

  • Marcel Davis leaving increasingly thin Aggies

    Salt Lake Tribune "The flood of outgoing transfers continues for the Utah State basketball program, which finds itself with a thinning roster for next season. Sophomore point guard Marcel Davis will transfer from the Aggies, his father Rodney Davis confirmed to The Salt Lake Tribune on Wednesday afternoon. Utah..." April 03

  • San Diego St. 73, Utah St. 39

    ProSportsDaily "Xavier Thames had 15 points and seven assists as the Aztecs won easily in their Mountain West Conference tournament opener over the Aggies in Las Vegas. Winston Shepard added 13 points for San Diego State (28-3), which shot 52.5 percent from the field, including 7-of-17 from 3-point range. The..." March 14

  • Aggies forward Sean Harris has a memorable night

    Salt Lake Tribune "Two field goals may not seem like much. But for Sean Harris, it’s a career. The only Aggies senior who hasn’t been a regular starter made his first career start Wednesday night. And it was no ceremonial bit: Harris played the first nine minutes of the game without a break, then subbed in during..." March 06

  • Aggies defeat Wyoming on Senior Night

    Salt Lake Tribune "If Wednesday night was the last game five Aggie seniors ever play at the Spectrum, it was a proper send-off. Utah State’s five — Spencer Butterfield, Sean Harris, Preston Medlin, TeNale Roland and Jarred Shaw — each got a jersey. They each got a start. And prevailing through a few slow patches,..." March 06

  • New Mexico looms for Aggies

    Salt Lake Tribune "As San Diego State rang up its huge win streak on the way to a top-10 national ranking, it seemed almost forgotten that 2014 was supposed to be the year of the Lobo. New Mexico had been picked to win the Mountain West. The Lobos were bringing in three starters who could start for any team in..." February 25

  • Aggies working on regaining confidence

    Salt Lake Tribune "Stew Morrill believes Utah State can still compete with four games left in the conference regular season. But coming off a mentally taxing 60-45 loss to San Diego State on Tuesday night, he’s trying to make sure his players believe as well. The Aggies now have lost back-to-back contests with..." February 21

  • SDSU shows its depth in rout of Utah St.

    San Diego Union-Tribune "On a late January trip to Logan, Utah, San Diego’s State’s basketball team got a career night from guard Xavier Thames, and it needed it. Thames scored 21 points against Utah State in regulation, enough to get the Aztecs to overtime, during which Thames tacked on another 10 to hand the Aggies a..." February 19

  • Slow start dooms CSU Rams in home loss to Utah State

    Denver Post "If Utah State coach Stew Morrill felt awkward during his return to Colorado State's Moby Arena after 16 years away, it certainly did not rub off on his team. With a rather comfortable 71-62 victory Tuesday night, the Aggies made themselves feel right at home. From 1992-98, Morrill compiled a..." February 12

  • No. 7 SDSU fends off Aggies in OT

    Salt Lake Tribune "Three nights removed from its worst loss of the year, Utah State pushed the No. 7-ranked team in the nation to the absolute brink. It was heated. It was wild. It featured the shots that will live forever on highlight tapes and in the memories of both competitors and fans. But unfortunately..." January 26

  • Former Utah State center Carson Shanks headed to North Dakota

    College Basketball Talk "The plan for 7-footer Carson Shanks at Utah State was to redshirt this season, with the hope that the Minnesota native would gain some extra strength and as a result be able to compete with the more physical front courts of the Mountain West. However in December Shanks made the decision to..." January 16