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Opinion: Pitch-er perfect

Angelina Fontenot, Reporter November 17, 2022

With the playoffs on the horizon for football and volleyball, along with season openers for basketball, November becomes an exciting time for many reasons. However, one of those reasons takes place off...

Koby McEwen hitting into a Sac State player while getting around him. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Shooting for a season of hoops and hopes

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Reporter October 6, 2022

With the new season beginning in just a month, the Wildcats hope to come out of the gate strong with new players and a new head coach. The Wildcats previously had an overall record of 21–12 in the...

WSU defends against CSUNs Nicole Nevarez.

Opinion: The ups and downs of Big Sky volleyball

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor June 27, 2022

With a new season just around the corner, it's time to catch up with fall sports. Helping fans know what to expect next season, this list gives the strengths and weaknesses of each volleyball team in the...

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...

Weber State University clinched their first-seed spot in the Big Sky conference against Idaho State University. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

‘Cats collect conference crown

Simote Lokotui April 13, 2022

Weber State University's women's tennis team finished the regular season with a 7–1 record, clinching the first-seed in the Big Sky conference on April 10.The Wildcats played against Idaho State...

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...

Jadyn Matthews reaches to grab a basketball falling after being thrown at the basketball hoop. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

A series of fortunate events

Simon Mortensen March 13, 2022

Weber State's women's basketball team went to the Big Sky conference tournament to win, and senior guards Aloma Solovi and Kori Pentzer brought huge shooting games to advance the women's basketball team...

Koby McEwen hypes up the crowd. (Camryn Johnson/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Camryn Johnson

Boise heartbreak

Emily Miller March 13, 2022

Weber State men’s basketball fell to the Montana State Bobcats in the final ten minutes of the Big Sky Conference tournament semifinals on March 11. The Wildcats started the tournament on March...

Weber State Universitys Lady Wildcats celebrate a hard-fought five-set game against the Montana Grizzlies. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

WSU falls in final round

Alec Cipollini November 22, 2021

After two hard-fought victories, the home-winning streak of 27 games came to an end for Weber State volleyball as the University of Northern Colorado beat the Wildcats 3–2 in the Big Sky Conference...

Jeremiah Larsen was deemed the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year for the 2020-21 school year. Photo credit: Weber Athletics

Jeremiah Larsen wins Big Sky Volleyball Coach of the Year

Emily Miller April 7, 2021

Head coach Jeremiah Larsen and the women of the Weber State volleyball team are celebrating a new accomplishment to finish off their spring season after Larsen was dubbed Big Sky Conference Coach of the...

The Wildcats volleyball team hoists up the Big Sky Tournament Championship Trophy in Greeley, Colorado on April 2. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

Wildcat volleyball wins the Big Sky tournament championship

Jace Cook April 5, 2021

Wildcats Volleyball won the Big Sky Championship Tournament, which took place from March 31 to April 2. In the first match on March 31, the Wildcats beat Eastern Washington 3–0. They won the first...

Seikou Sisoho Jawara drives against Montana defender in the second round of the Big Sky tournament. Photo credit: Brooks Nuanez / Big Sky Conference

Wildcats leave Boise heartbroken after nearly mounting a comeback against Montana

Raymond Lucas March 12, 2021

The Weber State Wildcats fell victim to two college basketball cliches during the game on March 11, which resulted in a 80–75 loss against the Montana Grizzlies. The first? When playing against your...

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