Fri. Oct 18th, 2019

Sports

Eagle tennis aces take second at opening season tournament

The CEU tennis team came home with smiles on their faces last weekend as they returned from their first tournament. They traveled to Snow College in Ephraim, where they were matched up to play against Salt Lake Community College on Friday and Snow College on Saturday. The players weren’t sure of what position or rank they would be playing before they left on their trip. It wasn’t until they were on the road that Coach Russell Goodrich announced the positions and where they would each be playing during the matches.

Sandra Sorenson: A quiet leader

One girl you can’t help but notice as you cross campus or enter the BDAC stands 6 feet tall, has blonde hair and a permanent smile.
Sandra Sorenson is one of the tallest girls on the CEU volleyball team and at the mention of her name, teammates all seemed to say the same thing. “Sandra, I love Sandra,” they commented.
Brooke Wilson noted, “She’s one of my favorite people, she is so radiant, constantly happy, and can always make me laugh.”

Tennis players are geared up for a new season

For many students the anticipation of beginning the upcoming school year is caused by a variety of different reasons. For Jennifer Jarrett, the reason was tennis. “Every time I thought about coming back to Price to play with the CEU tennis team again, I got really excited.

Eagles name Emilee Madsen as captain

As the CEU volleyball players sat in their locker room the night before their first game (the alumni game) listening to Coach Brent Martindale, an announcement was made: “This year’s team captain will be … Emilee Madsen.”
He continued on listing the expectations and duties she, as the captain, will be performing throughout the season.