2014-2015 Big Sky Basketball Schedule
The Big Sky is back in action with plenty of teams and electrifying players,
which is a great combination sure to benefit the fans as an exciting conference looks to crown a new champion. Yup, the schedule
all season long is absolutely filled to the brim with unbelievable matchups that are sure to be talked about all over campuses
around the country, giving you plenty of different opportunities to head out and show your support for all of your favorite
teams around the Big Sky this season. Watching your team at a home venue will yield an unbelievable experience that will have
you out of your seat in no time, as college hoops at this level is simply something you need to see first-hand.
it's also not only about the home games, as the road matchups featuring your favorite Big Sky teams can be every bit as exhilarating.
The Big West is known for its passionate fans but also for its fun, welcoming atmosphere for foes, which makes college hoops
games unbelievable displays of what college athletics is really all about. You can't go wrong with heading out to any of the
biggest games on the schedule, so don't hesitate to join in the excitement as the Weber State Wildcats look to defend their
tournament title in another season that is sure to be absolutely packed with rim-rocking action.
Big Sky Basketball
The Big Sky Conference is an NCAA Division I member in all sports, established in 1963, and has just welcomed
a ninth member, the University of Northern Colorado. The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana,
Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State and Weber State. It's not exactly hard
to imagine that there are some unbelievable basketball rivalries that have developed over the years between these schools,
and the real benefactors of all of that would be the fans, who have an array or top-tier matchups to choose from every single
season in the Big Sky.
NCAA Basketball Experience
Come out for a game loaded with smooth three-pointers,
thunderous dunks and amazing defensive stands that will have you jumping out of your seat on a regular basis. This is the
type of conference that is always bringing unbelievable talent to the court, and you never know who is going to burst onto
the scene as the conference's next superstar. There's nothing quite like being there when the game is on the line and your
favorite team is hoping for just one more clutch bucket to seal the deal, as you'll be at the edge of your seat and you might
even be completely hooked on the whole experience.
Big Sky Basketball History
Overall, it's been Montana
and Weber State that has been the best of the best when it comes to tournament dominance in the Big Sky, as both programs
have notched nine different tournament wins in their illustrious program histories. It was Montana that was alone at number
one after winning it all in 2012 and 2013, but Weber State came roaring back and took down the tournament in 2014, squaring
it all back up between the two schools. Idaho State, Northern Arizona, Montana State and Portland State have all also won
multiple tournament titles as well, and this is a conference with a nice mix of powerhouses and up-and-coming programs that
makes it a conference that you absolutely have to keep your eye on.
Big Sky Basketball Trivia
know that Weber State has now won a tournament every decade since the 1970s?
Winning their first tournament title in
1978, the Wildcats have been the most consistently strong program in the conference since the early days, steadily winning
tournament titles throughout the years and making them always one of the favorites to put together a dynasty. The Wildcats
were also particularly dominant in that early stretch, winning four different conference tournament titles in between 1978
Big Sky Basketball Fans
Big Sky Basketball tickets are available for an exciting season as the
league has become one of the strongest Division I college basketball conferences in the West. If you don't want to miss out
on the games everyone will be talking about, you should try to attend them live for some high-flying hardwood action. This
is a sport that has no chance of being accurately shown anywhere but the arena, as the excitement level launches through the
roof for all of the crucial moments of a big game and you'll suddenly see how much the home-viewing experience pales in comparison.
Of course, it definitely helps to have some very strong and committed fan bases without the conference, as this is just one
of those groups of teams that is never lacking in superstar-level playmaking ability and all types of fanfare surrounding
the top teams in the conference.