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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...

College Media Madness begins March 15
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Press Release: The Signpost vies for No. 1 in nationwide College Media Madness competition

Jennifer Greenlee March 15, 2021

The Signpost is joining more than 20 student-run newsrooms in a nationwide fundraising competition during the March Madness season. While Basketball is running the court, The Signpost will be vying for...

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The Wildcats return to the gridiron in preparation for their upcoming season

Alec Cipollini February 8, 2021

The reigning Big Sky Conference champion Weber State Wildcats haven't played a millisecond of a football game since the 30–⁠14 loss on Dec. 21, 2019, against James Madison University in the...

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The ‘Cats offense is prowling the practice field, on the hunt for improvement

Miles Shaw November 5, 2020

Weber State University's football program has been riding high in recent years under head coach Jay Hills’s leadership. The Wildcats have had a winning record every year since Hill’s second...

The WSU football team has retaken the field for practices in preparation for the coming spring season. (The Signpost Archives) Photo credit: The Signpost

The Wildcat’s defense looks to build on last season’s excellence

Tyler Haslam November 2, 2020

After months of uncertainty due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Weber State University football team is finally starting to see practice on the field consistently in preparation for the season this spring. Many...

Robotics teams from throughout Utah and neighboring states competed in various challenges at the FIRST Tech Robotics Competition.  (The Signpost/Christina Huerta)

Robots duke it out for the championship

Nathan Beach February 22, 2016

In the Swenson Building on Feb. 20, kids from all over Utah, and some from out of state, gathered together to compete for the Utah State Championship of the FIRST Tech Challenge or FTC. The room was...

WSU student to compete in XTERRA

September 19, 2013

On Sept. 22-23, approximately 1,500 of the nation’s amateur and professional trail runners and triathletes will descend upon Snowbasin Resort for the two-day XTERRA competition. Athletes will compete...

Weber State Debate to host NDCA Championship

September 6, 2013

Weber State University will welcome high school debaters from across the country to the 2014 National Debate Coaches Association Championship April 12-14. The national championship will run for three...

'Cats fall to UM again

March 7, 2012

[media-credit id=13 align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit]For the second time in a week, the Weber State University men’s basketball team lost to the University of Montana, this time in the...

WSU, UM to meet in finals

March 7, 2012

After a close game against Portland State University, the Weber State University men’s basketball team will play in the conference final tonight against the University of Montana Grizzlies. This will...

Women's Cross Country runs to Third Place finish and Championship

November 15, 2011

[media-credit name="Paul Pilkington" align="alignright" width="272"][/media-credit]Weber State University's Amber Henry runs during the Mountain Region Meet in Provo, Utah last weekend. The WSU women's...

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