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Big Sky Tournament features, coverage


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Myself and Andrew Houghton will have a dozen or so features leading up to and during the upcoming Big Sky Conference basketball tournaments from Boise, Idaho.

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The first day of the Big Sky Conference tournament began on Saturday March 4, 2023 from Boise, Idaho.

No. 9 Northern Colorado beat No. 10 Weber State 63-52 to advance to the quarterfinals. UNC will play top-seeded Northern Arizona at noon on Sunday.

No. 7 Portland State got its first win under second-year head coach Chelsea Gregg by cruising past short-handed Idaho State 73-58. The Bengals were without All-Big Sky point guard Callie Bourne, who suffered a season-ending knee injury earlier this week. PSU advances to play No. 2 Montana State, the defending tournament champions, at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Northern Colorado's Delaynie Byrne (left), Hannah Simental and head coach Kristin Mattio - 0:51

Weber State's Jadyn Matthews (left), Daryn Hickock and head coach Velaida Harris - 10:40

Portland State's Esmeralda Morales (left), Jada Lewis and head coach Chelsea Gregg - 16:19

Idaho State's Laura Belo (left), Bridee Burks and head coach Seton Soblewski – 21:30

Video filmed & produced by Colter Nuanez, Skyline Sports. Presented by Maldonado Law, Blackfoot Communications, Town Pump & J&V Restaurant Supply. All Rights Reserved.


Our #BigSkyWBB features series continues with a fun story from @AndrewH202 on @NAU_WBB tireless senior point guard @ReganSchenck

ENERGIZER POINT GUARD – NAU’s Schenck is one of Big Sky’s best


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