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Men’s basketball looks to wrap up Big Sky title

Men’s basketball looks to wrap up Big Sky title

Heading into the last week of the regular season, the Weber State University men’s basketball team needs just one more win to claim the Big Sky Conference regular-season championship outright. The Wildcats clinched a share of the title last Thursday, knocking off California State University, Sacramento. However, the Wildcats are not content with a share […]

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 senior has big-league dreams

After his time at Weber State University has ended, one Wildcat has big-league aspirations. WSU punter Tony Epperson, a business administration major, looks to enter the NFL draft when his time at WSU is through. “I have a lot of people around that think I have that ability to go to the next level,” Epperson […]

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In the late 1970s and in the ’80s, the New Orleans Saints of the NFL were so abysmal the fans started wearing paper sacks over their heads so they would not be recognized as fans of the team. As I look at the Weber State football team, I wonder if Weber State fans have wanted […]

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Wildcats draw second-straight FBS opponent

The Weber State University football team will continue its three-game road stand this week as it travels to Logan to take on Utah State University. The game will be WSU’s second-straight game against a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent. The Wildcats are coming off of a 70-7 blowout loss against the University of Utah. The Utes racked up […]

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