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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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Marc’s Remarks: 3-pointer, the new layup

Recently I attended a youth basketball game, and I was extremely surprised at something I saw there. Something that, if I had done it in my youth playing time, I would have gotten an earful from my coach. One of the teams had just taken the court and was about to start warming up. The […]

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I found myself pounding up the floor, the ball floating beneath my hand like a yo-yo, the Pleasant View sixth-grade championship within reach. Only one defender stood in my way, and he looked scared. I crossed over, watched the surprise in his eyes, and floated up an easy shot without even glancing at the hoop. […]

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