Morgan Vance is a Sports Anchor/Reporter and returns to the bumbl’n Beehive State where he went to school at UVU. Stops in Joplin, Mo and the Tri-Cities, WA followed before the opportunity arose to jump back into the middle of the Cougars-Ute’s ruckus.

In Orem, he got his start calling TV play-by-play for the Wolverines as they made the historic leap from Junior College affiliation to Division I. Ronnie Price finished 3rd in the country in scoring as a senior , and Morgan co-produced and narrated an award winning documentary about the future NBA player, titled, “Priceless.”

His favorite things do go like this… Spending time with his wife and 3 little girls, a day on the golf course (no matter how high his handicap may be), watching the show “24”, and anything 80’s. Morgan welcomes any and all story ideas. You can reach him at and on Twitter at movance13.

Recent Articles
  • Former Utah football captain and radio personality discusses upcoming Alamo Bowl

    SALT LAKE CITY — Former Utah offensive lineman and now sports radio analyst Kyle Gunther visited FOX 13 to discuss the upcoming Alamo Bowl. How does he feel about the Utes going into their New Year’s Eve date with Texas? Watch his interview in the above video.

  • Real Salt Lake names head coach and general manager

    SANDY, Utah — Real Salt Lake has identified its new head coach and general manager. Freddy Juarez is the new head coach of the team, the fifth head coach of the club’s history. Juarez has been serving as interim head coach since the firing of Mike Petke, who was accused of using racist and homophobic slurs in a confrontation with referees during a match against Tigres UANL. “When you look at Freddy and the progression that he has taken, he […]

  • Farmington volleyball player thrives with only 4 fingers on her right hand

    FARMINGTON, Utah — Alyssa Skabelund suffered a gruesome injury her sophomore year during a team bonding event at Pineview Reservoir where she lost a finger. But after transferring to Farmington High the following year, she has thrived as a middle blocker for the Phoenix, minus a pinkie, leading Farmington to a 10-0 start.

  • Ute volleyball remains undefeated after dominant weekend

    SALT LAKE CITY — The University of Utah women’s volleyball team improved to 3-0 after upsetting nationally-ranked Kentucky and Cal Poly over the weekend. See the highlights from the matches in this video:

  • Utah State’s Queta joins Jazz for pre-draft workout

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz finally tested out a draft hopeful with local ties Saturday morning. Within months, Neemias Queta went from an unknown freshman to guiding Utah State to its best season in years. The Portugal native tallied 12 points, nine rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game. Queta received the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year awards and elected to make an exploratory leap to the next level after only […]

  • Timpanogos senior going for state titles in two spring sports

    OREM, Utah – Tyson Heinz has been apart of a state championship baseball program – but as the Timberwolves go for another one in 2019, Heinz will be competing for the same on the track as well. Heinz picked up track and field during his senior season and has qualified for State in more than one event, all while starting in center field for the baseball team.

  • Utah Warriors rugby coach and player on Sports Page to discuss season 2

    SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Warriors of Major League Rugby are in the middle of their second season. Head coach Alf Daniels and player Gannon Moore joined Morgan Vance Sunday night.

  • Barton brothers share NFL Draft day experience

    SALT LAKE CITY – Jackson and Cody Barton are one year apart and have been competing alongside each other for ever since either one can remember. Now the former Utes and Brighton High products are off to play professionally, though this time with different teams after both heard their names called at last week’s NFL Draft. Cody is heading to the Seattle Seahawks while Jackson will head to Indianapolis with the Colts. Morgan Vance caught up with them Wednesday to […]

  • Meet the men who practice with Utah’s women’s basketball team

    The Ute women’s basketball team receives help from an all-male practice squad to prep for their weekly PAC-12 opponents. The group of former high school players receives free food and gear in return for their service, but that’s not exclusively why they do it. Morgan Vance spoke with some of the guys, see the video for those interviews.

  • Jazz beat writer Andy Larsen on the state of the Utah Jazz

    The Utah Jazz are ranked No. 9 in the Western Conference with 23 wins and 21 losses so far this season. Andy Larsen covers the Jazz for the Salt Lake Tribune, and he joined Morgan Vance to discuss the state of the team, the reasons for their recent struggles and their outlook for the playoffs. See the video above for his analysis.

  • Fox 13 speaks with Utah Warriors rugby team

    (KSTU) — Fox 13’s Morgan Vance sat down with Utah’s fairly new rugby team, the Utah Warriors. Watch the full interview above.

  • Preator brothers spearhead Weber State’s Secondary as Wildcats resume national title run

    OGDEN, Utah — The Preator brothers both grew up playing football, but for the first time in their careers, they’re playing together. Parker and Jordan Preator started at different universities; Parker Preator originally played for snow college while Jordan Preator went to BYU. After a few seasons, however, they both ended up at Weber State. Parker is a senior cornerback and Jordan is a senior safety. They’re only months apart in age. Learn more about their experience playing together in […]

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