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2019 MW Standings
WEST CONF OVR
Boise State 7-1 10-3
Utah State 7-1 11-2
Wyoming 4-4 6-6
Air Force 3-5 5-7
Colorado State 2-6 3-9
New Mexico 1-7 3-9

Wyoming Cowboys News

  • Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming distance runner Christopher Henry earns academic All-America honors

    University of Wyoming junior Christopher Henry was named to the Men's Track & Field/Cross Country Google Cloud Academic All-America first team on Thursday.

    During the cross-country season Henry was the team's No. 2 finisher in helping the Cowboys return to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1986.

    He set the school record in the 3,000-meter run with a time of 8 minutes, 5.88 seconds during the indoor season. He also earned All-Mountain West honors with Top 3 finishes in both the 3,000 and 5,000. He also earned all-conference honors in outdoor in the 10,000-meter run.

    University of Wyoming junior Christopher Henry was named to the Men's Track & Field/Cross Country Google Cloud Academic All-America first team on Thursday.

    During the cross-country season Henry was the team's No. 2 finisher in helping the Cowboys return to the NCAA Championships for the first time since 1986.

    He set the school record in the 3,000-meter run with a time of 8 minutes, 5.88 seconds during the indoor season. He also earned All-Mountain West honors with Top 3 finishes in both the 3,000 and 5,000. He also earned all-conference honors in outdoor in the 10,000-meter run.

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  • Casper Star-Tribune: Push for facility renovations could leave Wyoming aquatics facing decision

    When it comes to renovations that are needed to Wyoming's athletic facilities, two are the most pressing.

    And depending on whether the school is able to generate the money needed to fund the projects, a decision could be looming when it comes to the future of Wyoming's swimming and diving program.

    The University of Wyoming's board of trustees is seeking nearly $50 million from the state as part of its capitalism construction request that would go toward renovating the west side of the football stadium and Corbett Pool, which is home to the school's swimming and diving teams.

  • Casper Star-Tribune: UW athletics uses another pep rally to reconnect with Casper

    Wyoming football coach Craig Bohl laughs with donor Susie McMurry and fans during a pep rally Thursday evening at David Street Station in Casper. Bohl later spoke at the event and introduced three football players the team recruited from Casper.

    Cayla Nimmo, Star-Tribune

    At a pep rally that's becoming an annual event for Wyoming's athletic department, the Cowboys' football coach stood on the stage at David Street Station, looked out at the hundreds of Wyoming fans gathered in front of him and drew the loudest ovation of the night with one line.

    "It's 72 days until we whup the Missouri Tigers," Bohl belted into his microphone, referring to Wyoming's Aug.

  • Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming women's team brings momentum to CNFR

    The Cowgirls entered the final rodeo of the 2018-19 Central Rocky Mountain Region season in first place, but both Eastern Wyoming College and Gillette College were within striking distance. So any slip-up by the Cowgirls could have been disastrous in their attempt to qualify for the College National Finals Rodeo.

    The Cowgirls scored a season-best 585 points to increase the distance between themselves and runner-up Eastern Wyoming, which was second with 300 points. The win was the third in the final four rodeos of the spring for Wyoming.

    At the final rodeo, Teisha Coffield finished second in goat tying and sixth in breakaway roping on her way to winning the all-around and breakaway titles for the season.

  • Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming's Ja'la Henderson counting on different result in final meet

    Ja'la Henderson earned that distinction last season by placing 15th in the triple jump, but she felt like she was capable of more. Performing on the national stage for the first time in her collegiate career, nerves admittedly played a factor for her. Davis' triple jump of 42 feet, 8.25 inches was just long enough for All-American status while she failed to crack the top 16 in the long jump.

    "I kind of was starstruck by other people," Henderson said of last year's championships. "We've really been working on me feeling like I belong. A lot of times, I see other individuals and I'm like, 'Oh my gosh, that's super far.

  • Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming distance runner Christopher Henry earns academic honors

    University of Wyoming sophomore Christopher Henry was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District first team for men's cross country and track and field on Tuesday.

    The award caps a tremendous season for Henry. He was an All-Region and All-Mountain West selection in cross country and earned All-MW honors in both the indoor and outdoor track seasons. He also set a program record in the 3,000-meter run during the indoor season with a time of 8 minutes, 5.88 seconds.

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  • Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming athletics out to improve on 'healthy' state

    That's the way athletic director Tom Burman sees it as another year winds down. The 2018-19 season will officially end once the NCAA track and field championships conclude next month. Wyoming is sending 11 qualifiers to Sacramento for the NCAA West Preliminary starting Thursday.

    With most of the year in the books, Burman recently took inventory of how Wyoming's 15 athletic programs performed. It was a rough showing for the prominent revenue sports with football missing out on a bowl game for the first time in three seasons and men's basketball having its worst season in nearly half a century, but there were also some bright spots.

  • Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming athletics out to improve on 'healthy' state

    That's the way athletic director Tom Burman sees it as another year winds down. The 2018-19 season will officially end once the NCAA track and field championships conclude next month. Wyoming is sending 11 qualifiers to Sacramento for the NCAA West Preliminary starting Thursday.

    With most of the year in the books, Burman recently took inventory of how Wyoming's 15 athletic programs performed. It was a rough showing for the prominent revenue sports with football missing out on a bowl game for the first time in three seasons and men's basketball having its worst season in nearly half a century, but there were also some bright spots.

  • Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming track and field sends 11 athletes to NCAA West Preliminary

    Led by seniors Jerayah Davis and Ja'la Henderson, 11 Wyoming track and field team athletes were invited to the NCAA West Preliminary on May 23-25 in Sacramento, California.

    Davis (Kelly Walsh) enters the meet with the fourth seed in both the 100-meter dash (11.18 seconds) and the long jump (21 feet, 2.5 inches). Henderson, meanwhile, has the No. 18 mark in the triple jump (42-09) and the No. 23 mark in the long jump (20-06.5). Those two, along with Jordan Edmonds and Shayla Howell, will also compete in the 4x100 relay.

    For the Cowboys, William Nolan (Cheyenne South) qualified in both the long jump and the triple jump.

  • Casper Star-Tribune: Nine Wyoming track and field athletes earn all-Mountain West honors

    Nine Wyoming track and field athletes earned all-Mountain West honors at the MW Championships over the weekend by finishing in the top three of their respective events.

    Senior Jerayah Davis (Kelly Walsh), who was named the meet's Outstanding Female Performer, garnered three selections after winning both the long jump and 100-meter dash and running on the Cowgirls' runner-up 4x100 relay team.

    Senior Ja'La Henderson also grabbed three selections as she won the triple jump, finished second in the long jump and ran on the 4x100 relay team.

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