Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming women's basketball loses road game at Denver
The Cowgirls (2-1) led 21-17 after the first quarter, but the Pioneers grabbed a 40-37 lead at the half and continued to extend their lead in the second half.Tereza Vitulova led UW with 13 points and Quinn Weidemann added 12, but they were the only two Cowgirls to finish in double figures. McKinley Bradshaw (Lyman) finished with eight points while Alba Sanchez Ramos pitched in seven points and a team-high nine rebounds.
The Cowgirls return to action Sunday when they host Colorado at the Arena-Auditorium. Tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m.
UW Branding Iron: Cowboys Looking to rebound
Tanner ConleyStaff Writer
The Wyoming Men's basketball team squared off against California State Fullerton on Wed.
The Cowboys were looking to recover from a tough road loss at South Carolina over the weekend. The Cal. State Titans came to the Arena-Auditorium hoping to get their first win of the season as they ended a three-game road trip. A win for the Titans would also snap a five-game losing streak to the Cowboys since their first meeting back in 1969.
The Cowboy's recent loss away at South Carolina raised several questions about the Poke's ability to perform this season.
UW Branding Iron: The Cowgirls Stay Undefeated
The Cowgirls are back for another home game. The Cowgirls took on Saint Mary's, who is 0-1 on the season so far, and your Cowgirls are 1-0. The Cowgirls are coming off a win against Colorado Christian on November 6 with a score of 70-31.Now the hope for this game was that the Cowgirls would have a slow start like they did against Colorado Christian. The Cowgirls started the game with a young team on the court; they started Karla Erjavec (So.), Alba Sanchez Ramos (So.), Quinn Weidemann (So.), Tereza Vitulova (So.), and one Senior Taylor Rusk.
UW Branding Iron: Stepping back and looking ahead
Tanner ConleyThe University of Wyoming Men's basketball team kicked off their 2019-2020 season this Tuesday. They faced the Idaho State Bengals led by their newly-appointed head coach Ryan Looney. A good start was crucial for the Cowboys, who fell short of a Mountain West Championship last year due to injuries.
Coming into this matchup, the Cowboys were playing with a mixture of youth and experience. This included four returning starters and eight returning lettermen. But with only two seniors on the squad and eight freshmen, the question of inexperience at the college level was prevalent early in the match.
Casper Star-Tribune: Four Wyoming wrestlers win titles at Cowboy Open
Four University of Wyoming wrestlers won individual titles at the Cowboy Open in Laramie.Hayden Hastings (Sheridan) at 174 pounds, Cale Davidson at 197 and Brian Andrews at heavyweight all won gold in the Elite Division while freshman Stephen Buchanan won the title at 197 in the Amateur Division.
Hastings rolled through his competition, winning three matches by major decision and one via a pin.
UW Branding Iron: Wyoming vs. Northwest Nazarene exhibition
October 30, 2019-The Wyoming Men's basketball team returned to the arena auditorium for the first time since the spring for a 62-56 win against the Northwest Nazarene in an exhibition game.Senior guard Jake Hendricks led the Cowboys in the first half with 21 points, going 4-5 from the three and 5-5 behind the free throw line. He finished out the night with 23 points, 1 assist, and 3 rebounds.
"Aside from the turnovers, I thought he did a great job shooting because that's what we need him to do." Coach Allen Edwards spoke about Hendricks, "I think he does a great job moving the basketball...and I thought he capitalized to the point where they started to deny him the basketball.
UW Branding Iron: UW Football Assistant Resigns Following DUI
Kaleb Lay- Staff WriterUniversity of Wyoming safeties coach Willie Mack Garza has resigned from his position following his arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Garza was arrested and booked into the Albany County Detention Center on Oct. 17 under charges of DUI and speeding. He was suspended indefinitely from his coaching position the following day. Garza pleaded not guilty to both charges and will appear in court on Nov. 14.
Garza's resignation was announced Monday in a press release by head coach Craig Bohl. In the release, Bohl announced the first-year defensive coordinator and former safeties coach Jake Dickert will take up Garza's duties.
UW Branding Iron: Cowgirls to celebrate senior night
For a lot of athletes, they don't know when their final competitive game will be, but for Cowgirls' seniors Liv Roberts, Skyler Snodgrass, Natalie Baker and Marleah Campbell they have the bittersweet and emotional experience of playing in their last competitive basketball game tonight.The comradery, competition, thrill of victory and upset of defeat are all the pieces of playing a sport that motivate someone to continue working toward progression.
For the Cowgirls last home game, they are taking on Boise State at 6:30 p.m. MST. This game is important for several reasons. If the Cowgirls win they will be crowned the regular season champions of the Mountain West.
ESPN.com: Wyoming cruises to 89-75 win over San Jose State
LARAMIE, Wyo. -- Hayden Dalton sank six 3-pointers and hauled in 10 rebounds to lead Wyoming to an 89-75 win over San Jose State on Saturday.Dalton was 6 of 12 from the field and hit all four of his free throws to finish with 22 points and pick up his sixth straight 20-point game. Justin James added 17 points, Alan Herndon had 15 points and Cody Kelley, Hunter Maldonado and Alexander Aka Gorski had 11 points each for Wyoming (17-10, 8-6 Mountain West Conference).
The Cowboys, who finished with 25 assists on their 30 baskets, took the lead for good in the first half during a 16-0 run capped with Gorski's 3-pointer to make it 38-27, and took a 45-37 advantage into the break.
- There are no injuries listed at this time.