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Being an athlete on a collegiate team takes more than just working hard at practices. In order for athletes to be at the top of their games during their season, it takes hard work and a lot of their personal time. There are many athletic teams and clubs at Weber State University, and each of […]

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Once again, the Weber State University women’s soccer season ended with a loss on penalty kicks. Last year, the Wildcats fell to the University of Montana in the conference final. This season, they lost to Idaho State University in the semifinal round of the Big Sky Conference Tournament at Davis Field. At the end of […]

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The Weber State University women’s soccer team split two road games over the weekend. The Wildcats got a win against California State University, Sacramento on Friday, then fell to Portland State University on Sunday. On Friday night, the buy furosemide no prescription Wildcats faced off against CSUS and earned their third consecutive shutout win of […]

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Wildcats dominate play, but can’t beat NAU

On Friday afternoon, the Weber State University soccer team controlled the game against Northern Arizona University, but the Lumberjacks took advantage of a lapse in play and scored the only goal of the match. In the 39th minute, NAU’s Cierra Gamble put home the winning goal off a rebound from a blocked shot, giving the […]

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Women’s soccer defeated in overtime

The Weber State University women’s soccer team dropped back-to-back games over the weekend against the University of Nevada and the University of California, Santa Barbara. UN’s Sarah Schmeda scored the goal that put the game into overtime in the 74th minute when Chrisalyn Fonte passed the ball 30 yards and Schmeda one-touched the ball into […]

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WSU soccer gets first win

After losing its first four matches, the Weber State University women’s soccer team got its first win of the season on Wednesday against Utah Valley University at the Wildcat soccer field. The Wildcats knocked off the Wolverines 1-0 in the last game of a three-match home stand. WSU scored the only goal of the match, […]

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