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Viewpoint: The contribution of sports to colleges

March Madness has taken the nation by force, as it has done every year for the past 74 years. Sports put colleges in the national spotlight in a way no other facet of the collegiate experience does. Loyalty, passion and tradition are embodied in the crowds of fans, waving symbols of patriotism and confidence of […]

The high-paced nature of basketball is what grabbed me from the beginning, and is what still keeps me watching today. From no-look passes, tomahawk slam dunks, half-court alley-oops and incredible acrobatic layups to impossible game-winning shots, brutal blocks, killer crossovers and sneaky steals, basketball just keeps calling me back for more. However, it’s the pacing […]

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Women’s basketball’s strong 2nd-half run falls short

The Weber State University women’s basketball team went into Greeley, Colo., last Saturday to take on the University of Northern Colorado Bears in the hunt for its first conference win of the season. Despite a good start to the game, WSU fell short once again, 70-63. WSU sophomore Desiree Ramos had a team-high 18 points, […]

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Men’s basketball dominates MSU, 86-57

 The Weber State University men’s basketball team executed well on both ends of the floor in a dominating performance over the Bobcats of Montana State University on Thursday. The Wildcats won the game by a score of 86-57. Senior guard Davion Berry led the way for WSU yet again with 25 points and seven assists. “I […]

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Men’s basketball beats the Bengals

The Weber State University men’s basketball team was able to hold off a late run from Idaho State University in Monday night’s game, coming away with a 65-59 win over the Bengals. WSU senior Davion Berry finished with a team-high 23 points and six assists, while Joel Bolomboy cleaned the glass with 16 rebounds. In […]

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WSU men’s basketball holds youth camp

Last week, the Weber State University men’s basketball team held a youth basketball camp for boys ages 8-18. Many children from all parts of Utah were in attendance. WSU’s basketball staff and players directed the camp. Many basketball fundamentals were taught over the four-day camp, including offensive and defensive drills. “We usually learned about dribbling, […]

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