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College athletes eye lucrative image, likeness deals

Ian Syme April 20, 2020

The NCAA has made monumental changes that will shape the college sports landscape for years to come. New rules allow student athletes to receive financial benefits from commercial likeness and image deals....

WSU Wildcats Adam Rodriguez and Jonah Williams react to sacing the QB of Idaho.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

The Fourth Quarter: Weber State’s Football Seniors

Ian Syme November 28, 2019

As Weber State’s football team prepares for their final home game of the season against Idaho State, the team’s 11 seniors also look to this week’s matchup as their final home game of...

Top 25 matchup at Stewart Stadium

Top 25 matchup at Stewart Stadium

Ian Syme November 7, 2019

“I want this place rockin’; that is what we expect, that is what we want,” head coach Jay Hill said. “I want the whole city of Ogden to rave about what we have at Weber State.” The...

Womens Soccer game against North Texas (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Soccer and volleyball look to new season

Ian Syme September 6, 2019

The fall semester is two weeks in and the Weber State University volleyball and soccer teams are a few games into their season after both were picked to finish second in their respective Big Sky Conference...

Shirtless fans show their school spirit, despite the cold and wet conditions of the night. (The Signpost Archives)

Destruction Zone offers unique fan experience to students

Ian Syme August 27, 2019

Weber State University has always had an active and supportive student section. Unlike other Utah universities, the student section lacked an official name until 2017, when organizers decided to deem the...

Rashid Shaheed, wide receiver for the ‘Cats, blows passed the final defender on the way to the endzone. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Wild athletes to watch for the ’Cats

Ian Syme August 27, 2019

Every year, roughly 330 student-athletes compete on the fields and courts for Weber State University. The student-athletes compete in 16 different sports, hoping to bring excitement and championships to...

Safety Trey Hoskins, left, and the rest of the Cats prepare themselves for the coming game. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Wildcat football receives preseason honors

Ian Syme July 22, 2019

At the Big Sky Football Media Kickoff, in Spokane, Washington, Weber State University led the Big Sky Conference with seven players named to the Football Preseason All-Conference Team. Head coach Jay Hill...

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Wildcats net three women’s basketball recruits

Ian Syme July 15, 2019

The Weber State University women’s basketball will welcome freshmen Jadyn Matthews and Vicky Parra to the team along with junior college transfer Aloma Solovi as the team begin preparations for the...

Megan Rapinoe of the USA celebrates after scoring her teams second goal during the World Cup quarterfinal against France at Parc des Princes in Paris on June 28, 2019. (Richard Heathcote/Getty Images/TNS) **FOR USE WITH THIS STORY ONLY**

US women’s soccer team on top of world

Ian Syme July 8, 2019

Four years after a decisive victory over Japan, the United States women’s national team has now claimed back-to-back FIFA Women’s World Cups after defeating the Netherlands 2–0 in Lyon,...

No. 16 Olivia Barton keeps her eyes on the ball. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

New coach, new season, same goal

Ian Syme June 24, 2019

After an impressive 7-1-1 conference season last fall, the Weber State University women's soccer team is preparing to kick off another season. The Wildcats will take the field with a new coach and a tough...

Head Coach talks to the team before the start of the tournament. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Student-Athletes Honored for Academic Success

Ian Syme June 10, 2019

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...

Remington Payton, left, and Nick Romney, right, work in the testing center, waiting to assign people computers. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

This is not a test

Natousha Denucci March 31, 2018

New student? Worried you won't be able to find your test? In high school, tests are taken in class, but in college, you may be sent to a testing center.There are a total of four centers on Weber State...

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