The Big Sky conference released the 2017-18 preseason polls for both men’s and women’s basketball. Weber State men are expected to do well again, but were not picked first.
2017-18 Season Preview: In each of the last two years, the Weber State women’s basketball team has advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Championships in Reno. While the tournament is still five months away, the team is putting high expectations for themselves.
After a strong start that has the team on top of the Big Sky standings, Weber State will take advantage a bye week before taking on Southern Utah at home Oct. 14.
In the STATS FCS Top 25, Weber State was bumped up one spot to No. 19, and in the FCS Coaches Poll, they moved two spots to No. 16.
Facing a halftime deficit and increasingly bad weather, No. 18 Weber State fended off Montana State to claim a road victory Saturday and stay on top of the Big Sky Conference standings.
Last Saturday, the No. 18 Weber State Wildcats proved they can dominate in all three phases of a football game with their 41-3 decimation of UC Davis. Now, the question becomes if Weber State can play at the same level on the road in hostile territory — at least enough to win — as...
Weber State men’s basketball’s 2017-18 schedule is now complete as the organizer of The Islands of the Bahamas Showcase announced the bracket for the November tournament.
The Wildcats got the job done against UC Davis at home, but can they continue that success on the road against Montana State? The Bobcats are coming off of an impressive win over the defending Big Sky Champs in North Dakota, and are exceeding expectations.