After completing an historic season the Weber State men’s basketball team has been honored by the Weber County Commission.
Weber County Commissioners Kerry Gibson, Jan Zogmaister and Matthew Bell read a proclamation Tuesday at the weekly commission meeting honoring the team for its success this season. WSU head coach Randy Rahe along with several Wildcat coaches and players accepted the proclamation at the meeting.
The Wildcats had a record-setting year during the 2012-13 season, becoming the first team in school and Big Sky history to win 30 games in a season, finishing the year 30-7. Weber State was one of eight teams in the country to win 30 games this season and the ‘Cats became the first team in Big Sky history to advance to the championship of a national postseason tournament.
Weber State finished the season first in the nation in field goal percentage and three-point field goal percentage and ranked in the top 10 in the country in four other categories. The Wildcats set Big Sky records for most points scored in a season and had school records for most field goals and assists.
WSU junior Davion Berry earned first team All-District and All-Conference honors and was named Big Sky Newcomer of the Year. Senior Scott Bamforth also earned first team All-Conference honors and finished his career as WSU’s all-time leader in three-pointers. Kyle Tresnak and Frank Otis also earned All-Big Sky honors.