Great Wall no match for WSU Great

Basketball, Sports

Three months after the Weber State University men’s basketball season came to an end, alumni Zach Braxton took his talents to China and competed in three different International Tournaments. The […]

Juneteenth celebrates 30 years in Utah

Culture/Diversity, Ogden Community/Events, Utah

“The drum is what pronounces life, freedom, interconnection from family-to-family and heart-to-heart. It’s that heartbeat, the rhythm of the life, body and soul,” said Betty Sawyer, director of the Utah […]

Two more Weber State greats

Sports, Track and Field

Two Weber State University track athletes received national honors during the recent NCAA Track National Championships in Austin, Texas. Seniors Tawnie Moore and Nathan Dunivan were named as second team […]

Student-Athletes Honored for Academic Success

Mobile, Sports

The 2019 spring semester proved academically productive for Weber State University athletes as students in nine participating sports tallied a 3.31 semester grade point average and seven teams reached a […]

100 years of football at WSU

Football, Sports

In the year 1919, the Wildcats, formally known as Weber Normal College, played their first game football game ever, losing 20–0 to Box Elder High School. Later that October, the […]

Softball gives no mercy

Softball, Sports

On March 20, the Weber State University softball team was 7 and 17 going into conference play. Then, the Wildcats went 14 and 2 in conference, won the Big Sky […]

Crompton named Interim AD, Thunell takes on coaching

Soccer, Sports

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; text-align: justify; text-indent: 9.0px; font: 12.0px ‘Avenir Next Condensed’} With the departure of Jerry Bovee to Utah State, the Weber State University Athletics Department […]