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This was an interesting weekend in the national sporting sphere. It was a weekend of big names (Lebron James) and big wins (Dale Earnhardt Jr.) for some sports fans, and those big names and big wins led to big coverage across the country, which only made Father’s Day more entertaining for the national army of […]

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The Weber State University women’s golf team took first place in both of its tournaments last week. The five scores the Wildcat women recorded last Thursday at the Ogden Golf and Country Club were better than each of their counterparts at Idaho State University, which ultimately led them to victory  by 40 strokes. The total […]

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The Weber State University women’s golf team worked its way up the leaderboard on Tuesday, the final day of the BYU Dixie Classic in St. George at the Entrada Golf Club. The tournament was composed of three 18-hole rounds. Each team took its top four individual scores for the round and combined them into a […]

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Weber State University recently announced the hiring of assistant golf coach Scott Erling who will be primarily coaching the men’s golf team in the immediate future. Erling’s hiring came due to the retirement last season of former coach Dave Kearl who had been over the program for the past 11 years. As head coach of […]

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WSU men’s golf takes ninth place at Wildcat Invitational

[media-credit id=10 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit] A member of the Weber State University golf team watches a shot during the Wildcat Invitational in Layton, Utah. The Weber State University men’s golf team finished up the Wildcats Invitational with a ninth-place finish on Tuesday. The tournament was held on Monday  and continued on to Tuesday. The Wildcats were ready […]

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‘Feel ‘Em Up’ for breast cancer

Weber State University students felt the grip of golf clubs at the Feel ’Em Up Cup golf tournament to benefit survivors of breast cancer and raise awareness for younger patients. The tournament was the brainchild of a husband in the Young Survivor Sisters breast cancer support group. The first game was held at Thanksgiving Pointe, […]

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