Luster named Cowboys captain

University of Wyoming redshirt sophomore point guard JayDee Luster will offically step out on the court for the Cowboys next season as the team captain.
May 18, 2009

Jones, Ewing Ready for MWC Tournament

Wyoming's starting guards have experience pulling off upsets in the conference tournament, and they'll have the chance to rack up a few more this week—if they can get past CSU first…
March 10, 2008

Ewing Named MWC Player Of The Week

Wyoming would have liked to see things turn out differently on the road this year, but at least Brandon Ewing has lived up to his billing. Named the top returning player in the MWC during preseason voting, Ewing delivered solid numbers this week, leading his team to a win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff at home and keeping the Pokes close at Akron. His accomplishments didn't go unnoticed by the league...
December 3, 2007

Ewing's Big Night Leads Pokes to Victory

Wyoming's leading scorer passed out eight assists on Monday night and still managed to finish four points above his season average. Oh, and he only took nine shots. The Pokes remain perfect at home in 2007, cruising to an easy win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
November 26, 2007

Ewing, Jones Buy into New System

With a new head coach implementing changes across the board, Wyoming's star guards had some adjusting to do this offseason. Fortunately for Cowboys fans, it doesn't seem to have slowed them down.
October 26, 2007

Pokes Picked 6th, Ewing Top Returner

Basketball Media Day for the Mountain West Conference tipped off in Denver on Wednesday with the release of its preseason media poll. The Cowboys were picked sixth in the preseason rankings with 120 points, and Wyoming junior guard Brandon Ewing was named the league's Top Returning Player.
October 18, 2007

Traveling Team: Meanstreets

These guys were basically castoffs from a couple years ago that were picked up by a team started by an NFL wide receiver. Now they are some of the most sought-after players in the area - partially because they play so well together as a team.
March 30, 2004