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With five players scoring in double digits and, at one point, shooting nearly 70 percent from the field, the Weber State University men’s basketball team cruised to its 10th conference win on Saturday night. WSU blew out the University of Northern Colorado, winning 85-64 on the road. The Wildcats only trailed once in the game […]

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WSU remains unbeaten in Big Sky play

Weber State University stayed unbeaten in Big Sky Conference play on Saturday night when it knocked off California State University, Sacramento 65-56 at the Dee Events Center. Scott Bamforth ignited the Wildcats’ offense halfway through the second half with three straight 3-pointers to give WSU the edge. The WSU players finished the game in double figures as the […]

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The Weber State University men’s basketball team continued its impressive level of play on Monday night after a solid victory over Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. With the win against the Bengals, the Wildcats have now come out victorious for seven straight matches, including a 6-0 record to boast for their Big Sky Conference […]

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Following its sixth-straight win last week, the Weber State University men’s basketball team will face rival Idaho State University on Monday night in Pocatello, Idaho. WSU holds a commanding series lead over the Bengals: 75 of the 122 games played between the two teams. The Wildcats have won seven of the last eight meetings between […]

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WSU knocks off in-state rival

In its first conference basketball game, Weber State University knocked off in-state rival Southern Utah University 81-74 on Thursday night in Cedar City. Head coach Randy Rahe said the game was a physical one, but WSU was able to find some open space thanks to good passing. “That was an extremely physical game, and it […]

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The Weber State University men’s basketball team continued its winning streak on Saturday night as it came out with a victory against the University of North Dakota. The Wildcats continued to show a strong level of play, defeating UND with a scor cialis without prescription online e of 95-63, the largest margin of victory in […]

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