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Should the No. 1 seed host the Big Sky Championships? Should it be held at a predetermined site? Should it be held at a neutral location? These are a few of the questions about the men’s and women’s basketball championships that were thrown around during the Big Sky Conference spring meetings earlier this month. As […]

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Big Sky Conference to reinstate men’s golf The Big Sky Conference announced earlier this month that men’s golf will be a sponsored sport once again beginning this year. Men’s golf was last sponsored by Big Sky Conference in 2002. Following the 2002 season, Eastern Washington University and Portland State University dropped their men’s golf programs, […]

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Big Sky Conference looks into changes in basketball tournament

With the addition of the University of Idaho, the athletic directors of the Big Sky Conference had much to discuss earlier this month when they met for their annual spring meeting. The Vandals will join the conference in every sport besides football effective July 1. With the addition of another university, many things needed to […]

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The 2014-2015 athletic season is growing closer each day, and I, like many Weber State University students, am so hopeful for this upcoming season.  What gives me hope are the stellar individual performances of our student athletes during the 2013-2014 season. Of the many at Weber State, I have chosen five from last year that deserve recognition.  Though they […]

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Weber hosts Boys State

A 21-gun salute capped off a week of education and campaigning as more than 230 high school boys graduated from Boys State on Friday afternoon. Boys State, sponsored by the American Legion, is a yearly event in which high school students run a mock state election. Weber State University has hosted the the event for […]

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Hellstrom earns All-American honors at track and field championships

Tiffany Hellstrom certainly knows the meaning of the words “perseverance” and “determination.” She demonstrated that last week during the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore. After countless injuries and setbacks, Hellstrom reached her dream of competing for an NCAA title . “This was my ultimate goal, but I didn’t know if I […]

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