University Beat: Pitching fuels seven-game unbeaten run for Utah softball
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Utah, seeking its 12th national championship, looks to improve on back-to-back second-place finishes. Twelve Utes, including six more who will act as alternates, will be among the 74 men and 74 women who will compete at Middlebury College, which is hosting the event for the fifth time at Snow Bowl and the Rikert Nordic Center.
The No. 1 seed in classical and freestyle Nordic competition is Miles Havlick, back to defend his NCAA title in the 20-K freestyle. Ana Kobal is the second seed in women’s alpine, including slalom.
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