Carter Williams
Carter Williams is a sports desk intern at DeseretNews.com. He is a 2013 graduate of Southern Utah University, where he spent time as Editor-in-Chief at SUU's student newspaper, the University Journal, and two years as the Sports Director at SUU News. Carter grew up in Rochester, N.Y. and spends most of his time Tweeting sports and researching sabermetrics.

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The first day of the annual Pac-12 football media days was chalk full of interesting tidbits — mostly from conference Commissioner Larry Scott, who talked about the future of the conference.
Buck signed a minor league deal Monday with the Los Angeles Angels, where he will join the Salt Lake Bees.
Former Ute C.J. Cron was optioned to the Triple-A Salt Lake Bees on Saturday to make room on the 25-man roster for newly acquired closer Huston Street, but Cron's stay in Salt Lake isn't expected to be long.
The deadline for Major League Baseball teams to sign their 2014 draft picks has come and gone, and BYU pitcher Kolton Mahoney was left unsigned at the Friday afternoon deadline.
Former BYU standout Jimmer Fredette will sign a one-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans, according to multiple media reports.
Brighton High School athlete Osa Masina tweeted last week that hes narrowed his college options to five schools, leaving out all Utah schools and now hes jumping up the boards as a prized recruit across the...
Mashing together the MLB All-Star break and the ESPYs, here's the best of the best of the first half of baseball from baseball players with ties to the state of Utah.
Taylorsville High product John Buck was designated for assignment on Monday, while former Ute Tyler Wagner's 27-inning scoreless streak was snapped in a busy week for Utahns in baseball.
Salt Lake Bees outfielder Brennan Boesch was named Pacific Coast League player of the month for June on Thursday after leading the PCL in most of the league's hitting categories in the month.
Utah quarterback Travis Wilson, who was recently cleared to play football again, is in Oregon this week helping with the Elite 11 quarterback competition while building his way back to playing college football.