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Rashid Shaheed was named FCS Special Teams Player of the Week following him breaking the all-time record of most returned touchdowns in the FCS history. Photo credit: Isabella Torres

Memories of the WSU gridiron

Alec Cipollini March 28, 2022

Before last season, Weber State University’s football team was one of the most dominant forces in the Big Sky Conference as they were crowned the champions of the conference from 2016–19. Some...

The womens volleyball team prepares to hit the ball after a set was made. (Summer Muster/The Signpost)

The next generation

Jack Hamblin March 21, 2022

Weber State University's volleyball team's new roster made their debut on March 18 during a pre-season spring scrimmage against the Utah Valley University Wolverines. Although this match had no significant...

Head coach and Director of Tennis Brad Ferreira.

Serving it up with coach Ferriera

Alec Cipollini February 18, 2022

With Weber State University's men’s tennis team about to kick-start their 2022 Big Sky Conference season, head coach and Director of Tennis Brad Ferreira is proud of the past, but excited for the...

Rashid Shaheed runs down the field with the football. Photo credit: WSU Athletics

It’s the history books for Shaheed

Emily Miller November 1, 2021

Rashid Shaheed made history as the Weber State Wildcats defeated the Idaho State Bengals 40–17 on Oct. 30 in Pocatello, Idaho. The Wildcats found their first scoring opportunity of the game after...

Eddie Heckard, 5, celebrates with his teammates. Photo credit: WSU Athletics

Defensive player of the week: Eddie Heckard

Alec Cipollini November 1, 2021

Eddie Heckard was dubbed the Big Sky Conference's Defensive Player of the Week after his performance in Weber State University's 35–34 win against the then-No. 2 Eastern Washington University on...

Celebrating a football victory in Cedar City with the Destruction Zone.

So long for now, but not farewell

Joe Traub April 12, 2019

As I look back on my time as a student at Weber State, I wonder where the time has gone. It feels like yesterday that a wide-eyed 18-year-old just fresh out of high school moved to Ogden from New Mexico. I...

WSU track earns awards at Stacy Dragila Open

WSU track earns awards at Stacy Dragila Open

Joe Traub January 23, 2019

The Weber State University track teams experienced a successful start to 2019, as the men’s and women’s teams each won five events at the Stacy Dragila Open in Pocatello on Jan. 11 and 12. In...

Wildcats pose with the Big Sky conference trophy. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Back to back: ‘Cats claim second straight Big Sky title in Pocatello

Joe Traub November 18, 2018

The Weber State University football team has done it again.The Wildcats defeated Idaho State University 26–13 in Pocatello on Saturday to clinch a share of their second straight Big Sky Conference...

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Chuck Wight makes top three for ISU president

Chris Nichols March 21, 2018

Weber State University President Chuck Wight is among three final candidates under consideration for Idaho State University's president position.Wight, Boise State University vice president Kevin Satterlee...

President Chuck Wight addressed student questions concerning his time at Weber State University. Photo credit: Chris Nichols

Chuck Wight interviews at ISU

Daniel Ray March 5, 2018

Weber State University President Chuck Wight spent time with students, faculty and alumni at Idaho State University during his campus interview on March 5 and 6.Wight is the third of five finalists to...

Weber State Universitys football team heads to 2016 NCAA FCS Playoffs to play against University of Tennessee Chattanooga on 2016 NCAA FCS Playoffs on Nov. 26. (Source: Weber State Athletics)

Wildcats to face Chattanooga in FCS playoffs after topping ISU

Cydnee Green November 20, 2016

After beating the Idaho State University Bengals in the last regular season game of the 2016–17 season, Weber State University football punched a ticket to the first round of the 2016 NCAA FCS Playoffs...

Two Weber State players tackle a Cal Poly player in the game at Weber State University on Nov. 12. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

WSU surpasses No. 16 Cal Poly 22–15, keeps playoff hopes alive

Cydnee Green November 13, 2016

Seventeen seniors rang the victory bell for what could be the last time at the Stewart Stadium on Nov. 12 as the Weber State University football team beat the California Polytechnic State University Mustangs...

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