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Arena-Auditorium
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Laramie, Wyoming

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
28 Jan 22 Air Force  -  Wyoming
01 Feb 22 Wyoming  -  Colorado State
03 Feb 22 Wyoming  -  Boise State
06 Feb 22 Fresno State  -  Wyoming
09 Feb 22 Wyoming  -  Utah State

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26 Jan 22 Boise State  65 - 62  Wyoming
23 Jan 22 Wyoming  93 - 91  New Mexico
20 Jan 22 Wyoming  84 - 69  San Jose
18 Jan 22 Nevada  P - P  Wyoming
16 Jan 22 Utah State  69 - 71  Wyoming

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The University of Wyoming men's basketball program, which competes in the Mountain West Conference, has a lengthy tradition dating back to 1905. Wyoming won the 1943 NCAA championship under Hall of Fame coach Everett Shelton and behind star guard Ken Sailors, who pioneered the jump shot that is now the standard in basketball. Wyoming has made a total of 15 appearances in the NCAA Tournament. Since the Mountain West was formed in 1999, Wyoming has won two conference titles, including an outright championship in 2002. Prior to that, Wyoming won five championships in the Western Athletic Conference, eight championships in the Skyline Conference, and one championship in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.

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Arena-Auditorium is a 15,028-seat multi-purpose arena in Laramie, Wyoming. The arena opened in 1982 and has since been the home of the University of Wyoming Cowboys basketball team, as well as home to the Cowgirls basketball team since 2003. It replaced the previous home of Cowboys basketball, War Memorial Fieldhouse.
Nicknamed the "Dome of Doom" and the "Double A," the Arena-Auditorium is the highest NCAA Division I college basketball court in the nation, built at an elevation of 7,220 ft (2,201 m). The facility hosted the 1986 and 1991 Western Athletic Conference men's basketball tournaments.

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