Monthly Archives: February 2012

Weber State’s Damian Lillard and Montana’s Will Cherry: Friends and foes

Weber State star Damian Lillard and Montana star Will Cherry are the top two point guards in the Big Sky, two of the top scorers in the league — and former teammates. Lillard played at Oakland High; Cherry attended McClymonds … Read More

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GameDay: Wildcats/Grizzlies showdown roundup

Today has been circled on the calendars of Weber State and Montana fans for a long time. Game on. The Wildcats and Griz have already made history before they meet at tonight at 7 p.m. at Dahlberg Arena. Here’s how I … Read More

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Weber State-Montana watch parties on tap

It’s going to be a party. Or three. From the Weber State sports information desk: OGDEN, Utah — Weber State fans looking for a chance to get together and watch the Wildcat men’s basketball team take on rival Montana in … Read More

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Weber State basketball attendance highest since 1995-96

Weber State is enjoying its highest basketball attendance season since 1995-96, averaging 6,771 fans per game at the Dee Events Center. The Wildcats ranked 12th among schools in the western United States as of Feb. 22, according to WSU media … Read More

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Big Sky bracketology: Tourney scenarios

The Big Sky Conference’s resident bracketologists have laid out the scenarios for each league team and its potential tournament seeding and chances. Joe Lunardi will not be providing this service, so here you go: With 11 conference games to play, … Read More

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Coach Mac unretires to join Blaze staff

Former Weber State football coach Ron McBride couldn’t stay away from the game for long. The Utah Blaze sent out the following announcement today: SALT LAKE CITY – After retiring from football just 97 days ago,  former Weber State and … Read More

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Lillard keeps ‘Cats cool when fur flies

Junior point guard Damian Lillard isn’t just the Division I scoring leader (25.1 pointer per game). He’s Weber States’s unquestioned on-court general. When sophomore forward Byron Fulton went down hard Saturday after being fouled by Eastern Washington’s Jordan Hickert, Lillard … Read More

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