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2002-03 Big Sky Conference Season Summary

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Record: 115-118, .494 W-L% (18th of 32) (Schedule and Results)
*Record does not reflect forfeits or vacated games.
SRS: -3.32 (19th of 32) ▪ SOS: -1.73 (17th of 32)

Regular Season Champion: Weber State
Tournament Champion: Weber State

NCAA Tournament: 1 (Weber State)

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll: 0
Ranked in Final AP Poll: 0

Standings

Conference Overall PTS/G SRS
Rk School W L W-L% W L W-L% Own Opp SRS SOS
1 Weber StateRT 14 0 1.000 26 6 .813 74.2 67.6 4.6 -2.0
2 Eastern Washington  9 5 .643 18 13 .581 70.0 66.7 2.5 -0.8
3 Idaho State  7 7 .500 15 14 .517 70.6 71.2 -3.3 -2.7
3 Montana  7 7 .500 13 17 .433 69.7 71.6 -2.6 -0.7
5 Northern Arizona  6 8 .429 15 13 .536 71.7 72.1 -3.6 -3.3
6 Sacramento State  5 9 .357 12 17 .414 64.8 73.0 -10.0 -1.8
6 Montana State  5 9 .357 11 16 .407 63.0 65.5 -4.7 -2.3
8 Portland State  3 11 .214 5 22 .185 57.0 66.1 -9.3 -0.3

Conference Tournament

Quarterfinal
March 8 2003
Semifinal
March 11 2003
Final
March 12 2003

NCAA Tournament

First Round
Weber State lost (81-74) versus Wisconsin (Midwest Regional)

Conference Leaders

Minimum Stat Requirements ▪ Stats include all games played

3-Point Field Goal Percentage

1. Kelly GolobNorthern Ariz. .429
2. Pete ConwayMontana St. .423
3. David BellMontana .387
4. Jeb IveyPortland St. .368

Effective Field Goal Percentage

1. Jermaine BoyetteWeber St. .588
2. Chris HesterEastern Wash. .564
3. David BellMontana .541
4. Alvin SnowEastern Wash. .526
5. Ryan McDadeNorthern Ariz. .505