Sport / Basketball
/ NCAA Division I Basketball Mens
| 29 Jan 22 ||Chicago State || - || Dixie State|
| 04 Feb 22 ||Sam Houston || - || Dixie State|
| 05 Feb 22 ||Stephen F || - || Dixie State|
| 11 Feb 22 ||Dixie State || - || New Mexico|
| 13 Feb 22 ||Dixie State || - || Grand Canyon|
| 23 Jan 22 ||Dixie State || ||85 - 74 || ||UTRGV|
| 21 Jan 22 ||Dixie State || ||71 - 55 || ||Lamar|
| 15 Jan 22 ||Seattle || ||79 - 68 || ||Dixie State|
| 13 Jan 22 ||California Baptist || ||76 - 79 || ||Dixie State|
| 08 Jan 22 ||Utah Valley || ||79 - 71 || ||Dixie State|
The Dixie State Trailblazers men's basketball team represents Dixie State University, in St. George, Utah as a member of NCAA Division I and the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). Previously, the school's program participated in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC), at the NCAA Division II level.Team Members
The Trailblazers are currently led by seventeenth-year head coach Jon Judkins.
The team plays its games at the Burns Arena on its campus in St. George.
On July 1, 2022, the school will change its name to Utah Tech University. The "Trailblazers" nickname will not be affected.
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Burns Arena is a multi-purpose arena in St. George, Utah. It is the home of the Dixie State University Trailblazers basketball teams. The capacity of the arena is 5,000 people. It is located near Bruce Hurst Field and Greater Zion Stadium. There are 4,779 permanent seats at Burns Arena in 14 sections. It was built in 1987 as the Dixie Center. By the time the current incarnation of Dixie Center opened in 1998, the arena took its present name. It is named after M. Anthony Burns.
It is also the site of the Buck-A-Thon and the World Senior Games. Many concerts, high school tournaments, and boxing matches also take place in this facility.
During the 2020 -2021 pandemic, the University of New Mexico's men's basketball team temporarily relocated to the Burns Arena in January 2021 due to pandemic restrictions in New Mexico. The Lobos played three games in Burns Arena, beating Dixie State 72-63, and then splitting a pair of game with San Jose State.
In 2006, UNLV played a home game against Northern Arizona in the Burns Arena. The Rebels won 93-53.
On October 13, 1988, the Utah Jazz defeated the Indiana Pacers, 104-95, in a pre-season game played at the Burns Arena. Karl Malone scored 27 points and John Stockton added 18 points and 11 assists to lead the Jazz. Chuck Person had 22 points for the Pacers.
The arena is located on 400 South and 700 East in St. George. Fanart