Loren Jorgensen
Loren Jorgensen, who has worked at the Deseret News for 20 years, is currently a member of the vised team where he designs, edits and writes headlines and captions for stories in the print edition. Prior to his current assignment, Jorgensen spent most of his career in the sports department in various roles. He is a former sports editor and writer who has covered virtually every pro, college and high school team in the state at one time or another. Jorgensen, who was raised in Cottonwood Heights, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Utah in mass communications in 1991. He has numerous writing awards to his credit and his work has been published in several national periodicals including long-term assignments with The Sporting News and Street & Smith’s. Loren is married and the father of three daughters.

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Mark Lyons led the Arizona Wildcats to a 74-51 victory over Harvard at EnergySolutions Arena on Saturday with 27 points.
Wesley Saunders is following Jeremy Lin's lead as Harvard is becoming known for basketball. The Crimson plays Arizona on Saturday at EnergySolutions Arena in the NCAA tournament.
Harvard wins its first ever NCAA tourney game with an upset victory over New Mexico at EnergySolutions Arena on Thursday.

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But then it was time

The Salt Lake Bees have saved some of their best baseball for last.
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