1. Wildcat Statue
Before entering the Dee Events Center, stop by and take a photo with the Wildcat Statue. The statue presents a fantastic photo op and is a must-see for anyone taking in a game at the Dee Events Center.
2. Waldo the Wildcat
Waldo the Wildcat is a big part of any Weber State basketball game, so be on the lookout for this beloved mascot during your trip to Ogden. Waldo gets into all kinds of shenanigans during the game making him a must-see no matter what your age.
3. Old Oquirrh Bucket
From 1974 to 2010 Utah schools played for the Old Oquirrh Bucket. The trophy was awarded to the team with the best record against in-state opponents creating an intense rivalry between all of the Utah schools. Utah schools may no longer play for the Old Oquirrh Bucket, but there are still a lot of bragging rights on the line, so don’t miss it when a Utah-based school comes to the Dee Events Center.
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The Weber State cheerleaders put on an impressive show and do a superb job of keeping the crowd in the game. No matter what the score, you’ll be impressed by the performance of the Weber State cheerleaders making them a can’t miss part of any Wildcats basketball game.
5. Stand and Clap
Take part in the Weber State stand and clap tradition during your visit to Weber State. The entire crowd at a Weber State game stands and claps until the Wildcats make their first basket. The tradition is a fun way to show your support as well as an excellent way to motivate the team.
6. Weber State-Montana Rivalry
Weber State and Montana are two of the most successful programs in the Big Sky, and as a result, a fierce rivalry between the two has developed over the years. The rivalry took off in the late-1970s when the Grizzlies knocked off the Wildcats 77-62 in Missoula, and since then just about every matchup between these two has been a must-see. Make sure to get your tickets when the Wildcats take on the Grizzlies.