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Hughes leaves her mark on women’s basketball program

Despite losing her last game as a Weber State University Wildcat, fifth-year senior Amanda Hughes showed no negativity or disappointment after the season finale on March 8, but said she was sad about leaving the team behind. “I’m saddened. I’ve been here for five years,” Hughes said. “Every group I’ve been with has been a […]

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Men’s basketball and football net marquee games

The Weber State University Athletics Department has announced two major series for the football and men’s basketball programs to be played in the coming season. After being unable to get into a preseason tournament last year, WSU men’s basketball coach Randy Rahe announced that his team will participate in a tournament this year. The Wildcats […]

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Tresnak’s historic basketball career comes to close

The Weber State University men’s basketball won the Big Sky Conference Championship this season, and made its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2007. Much of that success came from the strong leadership the team had. One of those leaders was senior Kyle Tresnak. The Scottsdale, Ariz., native made his way to Ogden four […]

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Rahe looks to emulate Arizona’s Miller

Heading into the NCAA Tournament earlier this month, Weber State University men’s basketball coach Randy Rahe had a difficult task in front of him. He had to sit down and devise a game plan to defeat one of the best teams in college basketball. Although the Wildcats fell short to the University of Arizona, they […]

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Last week in this column, I talked about the “win now” fan. These fans want to go to all lengths to win a championship. It doesn’t matter if their future teams will have to suffer for the lack of planning past today. The Denver Broncos are a prime example of this right now. They are […]

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The Show and The Thrill reflect on time at WSU

For any Weber State University fan, it’s hard to think about March Madness without thinking of Harold “The Show” Arceneaux and Eddie “The Thrill” Gill combining for 52 points in their Cinderella win over the Tar Heels of the University of North Carolina, the biggest upset of the 1999 NCAA Tournament in Seattle. “During college […]

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