Trent Christiansen
Trent is a journalism student at BYU and an intern at DeseretNews.com. He is currently a junior and anticipates graduating Dec. 2014. He covered the BYU men's volleyball team on its 2013 title game run and is an aspiring sports writer. He hopes to eventually write for ESPN. He enjoys playing a variety of sports, including basketball, disc golf and table tennis. He hails from Bountiful, Utah and attended Viewmont High school, graduating in 2008.

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Anthony Davis torched the Jazz for a career-high 43 points, torturing Utah’s big men with a slew of high-flying dunks, crafty lay-ups and a consistent mid-range jumper.
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Jason Walker joined the staff on March 20 as the defensive coordinator and quickly filled the need at head coach.
The Riptide won the opening toss and elected to receive the first “pull” of the game, similar to a kickoff. They scored on their first possession and never looked back, shellacking the Lions 28-14.
Kyle Van Noy was very happy for the opportunity to work out with the Jacksonville Jaguars and had high praise for the coach and the organization.
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