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Top five moments in 2013-14 Weber State athletics

5. Women’s basketball breaks record, breaks streak In their first win since Dec. 10, 2011, the women’s basketball team shattered the school record for largest margin of victory as they defeated Walla Walla University in a 107-25 blowout. Not only did the 82 point win break the 31-year-old record, but it also snapped a record-setting 48 […]

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Wildcats conclude season at Big Sky Championships

The hard work began in the dog days of summer and came to a conclusion this past weekend as the Weber State track and field programs traveled to Flagstaff, Ariz, to take part in the Big Sky Championships. The women’s team finished in seventh place with 57 points as the men finished ninth with 42.5 […]

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Men’s basketball assistant coach hired as high school head coach The Weber State athletics department announced on Thursday that men’s basketball assistant coach Kellen McCoy was hired by Mount St. Mary’s High School in Oklahoma City, Okla, to take over as head coach of their men’s basketball program. McCoy leaves Weber State after one year […]

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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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The Weber State University men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams once again qualified more athletes for the Big Sky Conference Championship at their last meet. The Big Sky Championships will take place at the end of the month. Men’s head coach Dan Walker said the primary goal of these meets is to qualify […]

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Over the weekend, I realized something that kind of surprised me. I like watching the Canadian Football League. A lot. In the past, I’ve watched a few CFL games. When I was growing up, my brother knew a guy who played for the British Columbia Lions, so their games were broadcast on the local stations. […]

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