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Top five former Weber State athletes

Top five former Weber State athletes

Without a doubt, Weber State University has had some fantastic athletes throughout the years. Some of them pursued a non-athletic career after graduation, others continued to play, and have had success at the next level of competition. Here is a look at the top five former Weber State athletes to have success in their sports […]

The day after the 2014 NBA Draft was held, news broke that former Weber State University men’s basketball star and reigning Big Sky Conference MVP Davion Berry was invited by the Portland Trail Blazers to play for their summer league team. Berry had workouts with several teams leading up to the NBA Draft on Thursday, […]

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5. Galen Rupp breaks American record in the 10,000 meter at the Prefontaine Classic. Who is Galen Rupp? Some have called him the “Great White Hope.” He was a silver medalist in the London Olympics in the 10,000 meter run and holds American records ranging from 3,000 to 10,000 meters. Since he began being coached […]

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Lillard makes All-Star dream come true

When former Big Sky Conference MVP Damian Lillard announced he was going to enter the NBA draft, he told reporters he had two goals: to win the Rookie of the Year award and make the All-Star team. Last season he accomplished his first goal and, in his second season, he is now an NBA All-Star. […]

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Damian Lillard, former star point guard at Weber State University and reigning Rookie of the Year in the NBA, had one of the best games of his career Tuesday night. Lillard vowed to show his Wildcat pride for the 125th anniversary of the founding of WSU by wearing purple underneath his uniform. With the night […]

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Men’s basketball coach named Sportsperson of the Year

Weber State University men’s basketball coach Randy Rahe was one of several people honored by the National MS Society’s Utah/Southern Idaho chapter Wednesday night. Rahe received the Sportsperson of the Year award. “It must have been a down year in Utah, I guess, if I got that thing,” Rahe said, laughing, on Tuesday. “It’s really […]

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