2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
1-3, 1st in WAC
8d

Haws hits flurry of 3s, BYU defeats Utah Valley 75-65

TJ Haws scored a flurry of 3-point baskets early in the second half and finished with 23 points as BYU defeated Utah Valley 75-65 Friday night in the wake of an NCAA announcement the program was being hit with sanctions.

11d

Toolson's 22 leads Utah Valley in 96-71 win over Westminster

Jake Toolson scored 22 points with four 3-pointers, four other Utah Valley players scored in double figures and the Wolverines beat Division II Westminster (Utah) 96-71 in their season opener for their 15th straight home win Tuesday night.

253d

Grand Canyon beats Utah Valley, advances to WAC final

Joshua Braun and Alessandro Lever had 15 points each and third-seeded Grand Canyon overcame a second-half lapse to beat No. 2 seed Utah Valley 75-60 in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament on Friday night.

254d

Toolson brothers help Utah Valley top CSU Bakersfield 81-74

Jake Toolson scored 19 points, Connor Toolson added 18 and only missed one free throw between them as second-seeded Utah Valley scored 21 points at the line, defeating No. 7 seed Cal State Bakersfield 81-74 in a Western Athletic Conference Tournament...

275d

Utah Valley beats New Mexico State 86-79

Kenneth Ogbe scored 22 points with four 3-pointers, Brandon Randolph added 17 points, and Utah Valley snapped New Mexico State's 11-game win streak with an 86-79 victory on Thursday night.

282d

Utah Valley pummels Chicago St 97-57

Kenneth Ogbe and Conner Toolson each scored 18 points with four 3-pointers and Utah Valley never trailed in its 97-57 defeat of Chicago State on Thursday night.

294d

Utah Valley beats Grand Canyon 68-56

Akolda Manyang scored 14 points and blocked two shots, Conner Toolson added 12 points with three steals, and Utah Valley beat Grand Canyon 68-56 on Saturday to take possession of second place in the Western Athletic Conference and win its 10th...

301d

New Mexico State wins 86-59, now alone atop WAC

Zach Lofton made seven 3-pointers and scored 24 points and New Mexico State defeated Utah Valley 86-59 on Saturday to win its fifth straight and take sole possession of first place in the Western Athletic Conference.

Team Stats

Points Per Game67.5
Rebounds Per Game36.8
Assists Per Game14.3
Points Allowed75.8Tied-248th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record0-0
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances0