Standard-Examiner sports reporter Brandon Garside breaks down the Wildcats’ devastating loss to the Bears with Randy Rahe, Jerrick Harding and Brekkott Chapman sharing their thoughts about the game.
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Weber State sophomore guard made history on March 3, 2018 as he broke a 41-year-old record for most points scored in a single game at Weber State. Stan Mayhew previously held the record with 45 points against Utah State in 1977.
With the exception of one free throw, here are all of Harding’s historic 46 points.
The Wildcats can finish as high as 1st place in the standings and as low as 4th. What are the likelihoods of each scenario? Brandon Garside breaks down all of the possibilities, and a potential matchup in the Big Sky Conference Tournament.
There was no stopping Bogdan Blinzyuk in the second half, and a slow start was tough to shake as the Wildcats saw their 9-game winning streak come to a close. Head coach Randy Rahe, junior center Zach Braxton and senior guard Ryan Richardson shared their thoughts about the loss after the game.
The outcome looked bleak for the Wildcats, but timely runs kept them in the game against the Vikings to force overtime, where they took over with a 10-0 run.
Weber State basketball is rolling with a seven-game winning streak. Two games behind Montana in first place, can the Wildcats make a run at the regular season conference title?
The deficit was not larger than five points for the last 23 minutes of the game, making for a thrilling finish inside the Dee Events Center. Zach Braxton scored a career-high 25 points, and Jerrick Harding added 23 points.
Weber State basketball has 8 games left in the regular season. Sitting in second place, can they hang tight given what lies ahead for the rest of the year?
Jerrick Harding had 22 points with Zach Braxton throwing down a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds in the Wildcats’ win over the Bengals. Hear watch head coach Randy Rahe and the players had to say about the win.
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Brekkott Chapman is getting back to his old self. For the first time since December 6, the junior scored in double figures, and he did it in both of the Wildcats’ wins last week. Is he the x-factor for Weber State? If not, who? Or is it a WHAT?
The Wildcats bounced back with a 40-point win over the Lumberjacks. WSU dominated on both ends of the floor, and six players scored in double figures.
Weber State battles Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, at Dee Events Center in Ogden.