Ogden • There are two ways to go when playing in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament: sulk or embrace the opportunity.
Weber State's attitude can be judged by the margin of victory in its first two CIT victories, 42 and 21 points, respectively. On Wednesday, the Wildcats (28-6) can advance to the semifinals with a successful result against visiting Oral Roberts (20-14), a team WSU defeated earlier this season in Tulsa, Okla., during the BracketBuster weekend.
"It's fantastic," Weber State coach Randy Rahe said about his team's tournament run, which includes the single-season school and Big Sky record for victories. "It's a great reward for our kids, it's a great reward for our seniors, to keep playing. It's also great for our younger kids, to experience postseason play and then to also have some success."