Updates on University of Wyoming Athletics.
It was a performance for the record books, as freshman running back Brian Hill tallied 387 all-purpose yards to set the school and conference all-time mark in a 45-17 win for the University of Wyoming football team Saturday. Wyoming (4-5 overall, 2-3 Mountain West) dominated Fresno State (3-6 overall, 2-2 MW) on the ground and through the air, racking up 694 yards of total offense.... Continue Reading
By: Ralph Arvesen A cheat sheet will be needed to identify the University of Wyoming rodeo team members this season, with both clubs going through dramatic changes. Transfers make up the bulk of the UW men’s team, which was fifth place in the Central Rocky Mountain Region (CRMR) last season, and 22nd at the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) in Casper.... Continue Reading
Greeley Stampede Photo The tenth day included Bull Fighting, Big & Rich and much more. Attendance grew with the second annual American Bull Fighting event at the Greeley Stampede. This event is coordinated by American Bullfighting LLC with partners Mark Reinert, Wes Sargent and Kevin Rich of Wild West Cattle, who provides the bulls.... Continue Reading
Greeley Stampede Photo “A great end to a great day.” It’s a cliché, but it was an accurate description for this July 4th Friday of Greeley Stampede events. The day was packed with an outstanding July 4th Parade, the exciting Rodeo Finals, the incredible voice of Martina McBride on the arena stage, and the amazing fireworks display after the concert. ... Continue Reading
Greeley Stampede Photo Lucky day number seven was a success at the 92nd annual Greeley Stampede. Today was Wild West Wednesday as the Stampede promoted and encouraged attendees to come in their best western wear to receive discounted admission. Thousands of young and old cowboys and cowgirls came dressed and read to “Get Western” today.... Continue Reading
WCRB Photo The weather was perfect for the sixth day of the Greeley Stampede, which was designated as Kids and Community Day to honor both kids and the community-at-large. Kids and Community Day was a way for the Stampede to show appreciation by discounting Rodeo Tickets, Carnival Wristbands, and even provide 2 for 1 beverages from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.... Continue Reading
One down, two to go. But three is even better. University of Wyoming bareback rider Wyatt Clark covered his first horse during the opening round of the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) Sunday afternoon at the Casper Events Center. The Wellfleet, Neb., senior rode his horse to 73 points during an afternoon matinee performance that featured only bareback, saddle bronc and bull riders, along with women’s breakaway ropers.... Continue Reading