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Weber State will play host to the Big Sky men's basketball tournament March 13-15, the league announced.
After a 73-71 overtime loss to Northern Arizona on Saturday night, the Wildcats could still end up sharing the regular-season title with North Dakota or Montana.
Weber State is 16-10 overall and 13-5 in the Big Sky, with games remaining at Portland State and Eastern Washington,
Even if the Wildcats lose twice, however, neither North Dakota (11-7) nor Montana (10-7) leapfrog them in the standings.
Weber State also wins any possible tiebreakers among the three teams.
Loyola Marymount 2-4, Utah 0-1 • The Utes (5-5) lost the resumption of Saturday's suspended game, then fell in the nightcap in Los Angeles.
Pacific 9-6, Utah Valley 5-8 • Mark Krueger homered in the top of the sixth, and the Wolverines (3-9) scored six runs in the seventh en route to a victory of the second game of the doubleheader in Stockton, Calif.