Saturday, September 23, 2023


Head coach Darshaya Gallard watched the game with her bench in Riverton Wednesday. The Rustlers won the match in three straight sets against Northwest College.
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CWC coach heading to Laramie

RIVERTON – The past few years have been the best ever for the Central Wyoming College (CWC) Lady

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Grace Ellis shot over the UNLV guard in the Cowgirls first loss since facing the Lady Rebels back on December 29 (p/c Troy Babbitt /
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Cowgirls’ Five-Game Winning Streak Snapped by UNLV

Olson nets season-high 16 points in the loss LARAMIE, Wyo. (Jan. 19, 2023) – The Wyoming Cowgirls couldn’t find

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Junior Quinn Weidemann, two-time Mountain West All-Defensive Team, is averaging 11 points and 5.5 rebounds throughout the first two games of the season (p/c Troy Babbitt / UW Athletics)
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Cowgirls Continue Homestand Friday as They Welcome Denver

Regional Rivals meeting for 16th-straight season LARAMIE – The Wyoming Cowgirl basketball team continues its three-game homestand Friday night

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Brett Jesmer, shown here on a GPS collaring expedition in the Wyoming Range of western Wyoming, is the winner of the 2019 George Mercer Award from the Ecological Society of America. His UW Ph.D. study was the first to show empirically that ungulates learn to migrate over time and pass this cultural behavior to subsequent generations through social learning. (Brendan Oates Photo)
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UW Study on Big-Game Migration Wins National Honor

Big-game migration research led by a recent University of Wyoming Ph.D. graduate has received national recognition from the

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