After a heartbreaking loss in the Big Sky tournament, Weber State women’s basketball will continue its season after accepting an invitation to the Women’s Basketball Invitational (WBI) on Monday.
STORY & PHOTOS: With expectations at their peak, questions loom for Weber State football as it opened spring practice Wednesday at Stewart Stadium.
Weber State's 2017-18 basketball season came to quick end with a loss in the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Tournament and deciding to decline invitations to postseason tournaments. Despite the abrupt end to the year, Weber State made some noise in the record books.
With many college basketball teams searching for new head coaches, the El Paso Times reported Wednesday that Weber State head coach Randy Rahe was one of seven interviewed for UTEP’s opening.
Read part two of two in a conversation with Big Sky deputy commissioner Ron Loghry about the state of the conference.
The Big Sky Conference says its neutral site basketball tournament venture has worked, which is why it’s packing up the event and moving it north.
Weber State women’s basketball saw a 25-point, third-quarter lead erased by Idaho State on Wednesday in the Big Sky tournament quarterfinals.
After reaching the Big Sky championship game two years in a row, the Weber State men will have their toughest path to return for a third time as the four seed, their lowest finish since the inception of the new tournament format.