A tenacious defender, Jeremy Lieberman will leave a hole in the Wyoming guard line that the Cowboys hope to fill with incoming players and a Washington State transfer who sat out this past season.
Kermit Brown, of Laramie, and Dr. David Fall, of Gillette, were appointed by Gov. Matt Mead and approved by the Wyoming Senate. They succeed Mike Massie, of Laramie, and Dave Palmerlee, of Buffalo.
The University of Wyoming Football program will have seven home games in 2017, one of which will feature the Oregon Ducks’ first ever foray into the State of Wyoming on September 16.
Former Star Valley High School standout, Skip McCrary, wrestled on the University of Wyoming 3rd place team with Dick Ballinger.
These students maintained a 4.0 GPA while taking at least 12 credits.
SVI Media, in cooperation with Flowrestling and the University of Wyoming, will be providing this wrestling duel in high-defition from Star Valley High School in Afton, Wyoming. The event is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Walk-up tickets will be available prior to the event but availability may be limited with strong online ticket sales up to this point. It is recommended that walk-up traffic may consider arriving at the venue at 4 p.m. The capacity of the main gymnasium at SVHS is 2,184.
“Every living SVHS wrestling coach is going to come to this event; we just want folks to attend.” – Kevan Kennington
The redshirt freshman from Casper, Wyo., ranked No. 1 among all Mountain West freshmen in tackles this season, averaging 6.7 tackles per game. He also ranked No. 21 overall in the MW in tackles. Wilson accounted for 94 total tackles in his redshirt freshman season, including 55 solo tackles. (Photo: Troy Babbitt-UW Media-Athletics)
Among the many dignitaries were the following: Wyoming Secretary of State Edward F. Murray III, State Auditor Cynthia I. Cloud, State Treasurer Mark Gordon and State Superintendent Jillian Balow. Also in attendance were University of Wyoming President Laurie S. Nichols and BYU-Idaho President Clark G. Gilbert.
August 2, 2016 — The University of Wyoming has set a new single-year fundraising record, receiving $63.1 million in private support during the 2016 fiscal year. UW’s previous record of $55.8 million was set in ...