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 By Scott Nulph    Sports    March 17, 2016

Big dreams in the Big Apple

The overall numbers might not be what the University of Wyoming wrestling program expects for the national tournament, but there’s still plenty of excitement and anticipation as Wyoming will have three wrestlers competing today during the opening...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    March 11, 2016

Yarbrough goes through pro day carrying big chip on his shoulder

Eddie Yarbrough came to the University of Wyoming as a linebacker and he may leave as one as well. Yarbrough — along with eight other Cowboys — took part in Wyoming’s annual pro day on Thursday inside the Wyoming Indoor Practice Facility....

 

Cowgirls face tough final week of regular season

LARAMIE - There isn't a single person involved with the University of Wyoming women's basketball program that will forget Dec. 30 and the ramifications of that night at home against San Diego State. L...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    February 6, 2016

A battle at the point

LARAMIE – If you like point-guard play, then today’s one-time-only matchup in Logan, Utah, is for you. University of Wyoming senior Marquelle Dent and Utah State sophomore Funda Nakkasoglu will go head to head for the only time this regular...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    February 3, 2016

Cowgirls trying to find something that sticks

LARAMIE - The symmetry of what's happened to the University of Wyoming Cowgirls basketball program is both telling and not unexpected. Wyoming went 7-3 in the first 10 games of the season and 3-7...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    January 27, 2016

Rough road ahead for Cowgirls

LARAMIE — University of Wyoming women’s basketball coach Joe Legerski says his players rarely peak too far ahead on the schedule. He and his staff constantly preach on never looking past the next opponent. “That’s for the coaches and you...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    January 6, 2016

Playing with a starter's mentality

LARAMIE - Maybe some players are simply born to start. It's in their DNA. That certainly appears to be the case for University of Wyoming sophomore forward Natalie Baker. As a freshman, Baker played...

 

Working at stopping the opposition

Over the past few seasons, the University of Wyoming Cowgirls basketball team took more of a “let’s try to outscore the opposition” approach rather than “let’s try to stop the opposition” stance. Having two of the most prolific scorers an...

 

Semester grades vary for UW teams

It's Finals Week for all University of Wyoming students. It's that time of year when the days (and nights) of studying are long, the tests are hard and the nerves of students are about on their last...

 

UW's Roberts turning into Cowgirls' defensive stopper

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming sophomore guard Liv Roberts loves to play defense. How much? So much that UW women's basketball coach Joe Legerski said he has had to curtail some of Roberts' practic...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    December 1, 2015

Life on the road

LARAMIE — Maybe it wasn’t set up this way, but the University of Wyoming women’s basketball program will definitely get a taste of what an extended road trip will feel like this week when it travels to Gonzaga on Thursday and Idaho on...

 

Cowgirls on a roll

LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming volleyball team returned from Boise, Idaho, on Oct. 24 a bit of a defeated program. The 3-1 loss to the Broncos left the Cowgirls 16-6 overall and 6-4 in Mountain West play. It also left Wyoming with almost no...

 

A step up in competition

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming women's basketball coach Joe Legerski remembers last Thanksgiving, sitting in the St. Mary's gym, watching the Gaels beat Iowa State. He also remembers looking at...

 
 By Scott Nulph    Sports    June 26, 2015

Former UW forward Cooke signs pro deal in Greece

LARAMIE – Derek Cooke Jr. has gone outside the United States once in his life. That was to Canada as part of a University of Wyoming men's basketball summer tour two years ago. His second trip...

 

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