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Portland Trail Blazers invite former Wildcat to Summer League team

The day after the 2014 NBA Draft was held, news broke that former Weber State University men’s basketball star and reigning Big Sky Conference MVP Davion Berry was invited by the Portland Trail Blazers to play for their summer league team. Berry had workouts with several teams leading up to the NBA Draft on Thursday, […]

Should the No. 1 seed host the Big Sky Championships? Should it be held at a predetermined site? Should it be held at a neutral location? These are a few of the questions about the men’s and women’s basketball championships that were thrown around during the Big Sky Conference spring meetings earlier this month. As […]

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Big Sky Conference looks into changes in basketball tournament

With the addition of the University of Idaho, the athletic directors of the Big Sky Conference had much to discuss earlier this month when they met for their annual spring meeting. The Vandals will join the conference in every sport besides football effective July 1. With the addition of another university, many things needed to […]

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Reigning Big Sky Conference MVP working for shot at the NBA

After two seasons of hard work and dedication culminated in a Big Sky Conference Title and MVP award, former Weber State basketball player Davion Berry is now working on making his way into the NBA. After the Wildcats lost to Arizona in the first round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, Berry started working on […]

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WSU women’s basketball hires new assistant coach

The Weber State women’s basketball team announced on Thursday the hiring of new assistant coach, Laura Terry. The Wildcats had an opening in the coaching staff after former WSU assistant coach Penny Jones was hired as the head coach of the Pensacola State College women’s basketball team in March. “Right now, I’m just really excited […]

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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 […]

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