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The debate of pay for play rages on

The debate of pay for play rages on

With the National Labor Relations Board’s decision to allow football and basketball athletes at Northwestern University to unionize, the expert consensus is that this is the first step toward colleges having to pay their student athletes. While that wasn’t the main objective of the decision, it begs the question of how that would work at […]

WSU hockey collects teddy bears for McKay-Dee

Down 2-0 to heated archrival Utah State University at the Ice Sheet in January, the Weber State University hockey team looked to turn its fortunes around. That change in momentum came with three minutes left in the second period. Sophomore Dax Hobbs got behind the defense, juked the goalkeeper and found the back of the […]

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Braxton Green: A journey to the top

As the old adage goes, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Sometimes that journey is on a flat surface. For others, such as Weber State University hockey player Braxton Green, that journey was a mountain to climb. Green, a public relations and advertising major, wasn’t a hockey player in his […]

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Berry selected for pre-NBA draft tournament Weber State University men’s basketball senior Davion Berry was selected to participate in the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament this week in Portsmouth, Va. Berry is one of 64 seniors around the country invited to the tournament, which is one of the top pre-draft tournaments in the nation. The 62nd annual Portsmouth […]

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It seems like Debbie Phelps finally convinced her son Michael to take her to Rio in 2016. The most decorated Olympian in modern history said after the 2012 Summer Olympics in London that those would be his final games. Phelps’s mother had tried to convince Michael to go again to the 2o16 Olympics in Rio […]

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Sports in Brief April 10

Defense shines in first spring football scrimmage The Weber State University football team held its first full scrimmage of spring camp Friday afternoon at Stewart Stadium. “I really liked the way the defensive played,” said WSU head coach Jay Hill. “They had some key plays, caused some turnovers and really made the offense work. There […]

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