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Ime Udoka during one of the NBA basketball games.

Opinion: Did Udoka’s personal life have to be unraveled so harshly?

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Reporter September 29, 2022

Stories break every week in the NBA, and last week was no different. Ime Udoka, head coach of the Boston Celtics, was suspended from the team for a year for having a consensual relationship with a female...

WSU football fan Isaac Staszkow (right of middle) cheering on the Weber State football team along with the rest of the student section.

A student-less section

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Reporter September 22, 2022

The student section is a catalyst for many college sporting events. But at Weber State University, the student section, also known as the Destruction, isn't as large or loud in comparison to other schools....

A basketball sitting on a basketball court. (MGN)

Basketball bartering

Collyn Cowles, Reporter September 13, 2022

On Sept. 1, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Utah Jazz agreed on a trade for Donovan Mitchell. The Cavaliers are sending Collin Sexton, Lauri Markkanen, Ochai Agbaji, three first-round picks and two pick...

Dontay Bassett goes for a layup against the Montana Griz.

Dunks and downfalls of men’s basketball

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor September 8, 2022

What looked to be Weber State University's destination to lose early in the year, the 2021-22 Big Sky conference men's basketball season came down to a close four-way race. Following Montana’s dramatic...

Weber State University womens basketball team attempting to grab a basketball from Montana State players before they make a point. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Troubles and triumphs: women’s basketball in Big Sky

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor August 1, 2022

After a tournament full of upsets in Boise, Idaho, Montana State's women's basketball team won the Big Sky championship last season. With many All-Conference players returning this year, it's time to look...

Eric Duft poses for a photo for Weber State Athletics. (WSU Athletics)

Running without Rahe

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor July 20, 2022

After 16 years as the head coach for Weber State University's men's basketball team, Randy Rahe's retirement came as a shock to even those inside the program. Rahe led the Wildcats to over 300 wins and...

Adding to a new era

Adding to a new era

Emily Miller, Sports editor June 27, 2022

Weber State University’s men’s basketball team announced on June 22 that Dan Russell is the newest addition to the Wildcat coaching staff. Russell, a Wyoming native, played his first two years of...

Koby McEwen dodges around a UNC player to get closer to the hoop. Photo credit: Summer Muster

Top of their games

Jack Hamblin April 6, 2022

Last year was filled with some of the most stunning performances and best teams in Weber State University’s history. The five following athletes not only had the best seasons in 2021 but also made...

Senior Kori Pentzer takes possession of the ball. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

Up in the air

Alec Cipollini April 4, 2022

After the Big Sky Conference tournament trips for Weber State University's men’s and women’s basketball didn’t end how they wanted them to, both programs have a future full of uncertainty....

After rediscovering his love for the sport, senior Koby McEwen ends his collegiate career as a Wildcat. Photo credit: Camryn Johnson

Seniors say goodbye

Cayden Treasure March 16, 2022

As Weber State University's basketball season comes to a close, graduating seniors on both the men’s and women’s teams are saying their goodbyes on social media. The men’s team has four...

Dontay Bassett pushes against the defense for the Wildcats. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

Looking back at Dontay Bassett

Jack Hamblin March 16, 2022

Weber State men’s basketball center Dontay Bassett took a chance on himself coming to Ogden this season and he further learned what he's capable of.Born in Oakland, California, Bassett stands 6-foot-9-inches...

Weber State Universitys womens basketball team attempts to grab a basketball from Montana State players before they make a point. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Far from a win

Simon Mortensen March 13, 2022

After advancing to the quarter-finals on March 7, Weber State University's women's basketball team fell to Montana State 81–60 on March 8 in Boise, Idaho.Although a neutral territory, it felt like...

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