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UW tests what it learned over weekend

LARAMIE – Teams often learn more about themselves in a loss rather than a win. Weaknesses are exposed and teams are left with the knowledge that they might not be as good as they thought they were....

 

Positive news for Allen, Cowboys

The sound coming from Monday's University of Wyoming football press conference by coach Craig Bohl was about as positive as could be expected. Bohl said the Cowboys are hopeful that junior...

 

Time for Wyoming to turn skeptics into believers

A recent ESPN.com story ranked the mood level of the 128 Football Bowl Subdivision fan bases on a wide range of factors, including winning, rivalry dominance, coaching stability, recruiting, Twitter...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 31, 2017

McBride makes most of opportunity

McBride makes most of opportunity Cowgirls redshirt freshman was a bright spot for team last weekend By Scott Nulph WyoSports LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming volleyball team may have found out...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 22, 2017

Cowgirls healthy, talented as 2017 begins

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming soccer program is getting tired of a couple of things. Getting injured and getting knocked out of the Mountain West Championship on the first day are at the top...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 11, 2017

Cowgirls face challenging exhibition contest

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming soccer coach Pete Cuadrado wanted to challenge his veteran team during its only exhibition match. He found that challenge in a former rival. The Cowgirls play South...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 9, 2017

Talent and leadership: UW's Allen is complete package

So, how has the first half of 2017 been for you? If you're Josh Allen, it's been pretty, pretty, pretty good ("Curb Your Enthusiasm" fans will get that). Allen's 2017 started with a serious...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    June 23, 2017

Together again

LARAMIE – Hillary Carlson and Randi Richardson formed a quick bond in the fall of 2007. Carlson, a standout high school player at Cheyenne Central, and Richardson, a transfer from the University of...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    June 21, 2017

Finishing in style: Cowgirls rodeo team places 2nd at CNFR

LARAMIE – George Howard has been the University of Wyoming rodeo coach for the past 34 years. And he knew by looking at who qualified for Saturday's short go of the College National Finals Rodeo...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    June 13, 2017

Webb, Cowgirls ready to roll at CNFR

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming junior barrel racer Kailee Webb has seen her share of misfortune during the past year to last a lifetime in the sport. It all started for the Isabel, South Dakota, native at this time last year when she suffered a...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    June 8, 2017

Cowboys football happily stealing some of our summer

I want to dive into summer. Really, I do. There's no question the best time of the year weather-wise in these parts starts in June and runs as long as Mother Nature will allow. Sometimes that's well...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    March 11, 2017

Big numbers at UW pro day

LARAMIE – If you have NFL players, it’s only reasonable to assume you’ll have NFL scouts at your pro day workouts. The University of Wyoming had plenty of both Thursday in Laramie. Thirteen Cowboys with professional aspirations worked out for...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    February 3, 2017

Cowgirls shoot down Aztecs

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming junior Liv Roberts wasn't about to let the Cowgirls lose three consecutive games. And she had a lot of help in making sure the UW's first losing streak of the season...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    January 4, 2017

One hand helping the other

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming women's basketball team is all about helping this season. And the Cowgirls' offense is receiving some unexpected help from the other side of the court. UW (10-3...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    January 3, 2017

Defending home court

LARAMIE – When a basketball team is playing with as much defensive confidence as the University of Wyoming women's team, even when things break down occasionally there's little panic. The Cowgirls...

 

A happy holiday upset

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming women's basketball coach Joe Legerski worried prior to his team's two-game road trip to end the nonconference schedule that his players may be thinking more about lea...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    December 7, 2016

Best thing about UW football is its youth

The last time the University of Wyoming football program had as much positive energy surrounding it as it does today, "Independence Day" – the first one – was the top movie, the Macarena was...

 

Much more than just a slogan now

"Those who stay will be champions." It's a catchy phrase first coined by the late legendary Michigan coach Bo Schembechler, who issued the challenge to his team after nearly half of a squad of 140...

 

A lot on line for UW volleyball, cross-country

The University of Wyoming volleyball and cross-country teams face big weekends on the court and the course. The UW volleyball team is on the road for matches at 7:30 p.m. today at Nevada and at 7...

 

UW cross-country teams a study in contrasts

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming cross-country coach Bryan Berryhill isn't shy about saying where he thinks his men's and women's teams are as the 2016 season begins this weekend. "I think they're...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 26, 2016

Cowgirls chipping up in 2016

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming volleyball players will likely be carrying a little something extra in their travels this weekend as they open the 2016 season at the Purdue Mortar Board...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 23, 2016

Cowboys continue to build toward opener

The University of Wyoming football team walked off War Memorial on Saturday exactly two weeks from the start of the regular season. Where the Cowboys are in terms of improvement following last year's...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 5, 2016

Representing the North

LARAMIE – David Hearn has always been able to control his emotions on and off the golf course. That has helped the former University of Wyoming standout become a regular member of the PGA Tour...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 3, 2016

Staying together

LARAMIE – Sekoya Romero and Lexi Pulley have been playing soccer together for as long as they can remember. That run will continue for some time to come. The Laramie High standouts – who led the Lady Plainsmen to the Class 4A state soccer title i...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    March 29, 2016

Wyoming's Meredith on his way to his goal

University of Wyoming sophomore wrestler Bryce Meredith was asked on wrestling inside iconic Madison Square Garden prior to the NCAA Wrestling Championships. Meredith felt it would be an amazing experience and closed with this: “There’s always...

 

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