Weber State men's basketball 50th anniversary team

Published: Monday, March 11 2013 8:49 a.m. MDT

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Arceneaux currently plays for the Lechugueros De Leon in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. He has played for teams in Australia, France, Portugal, the Philippines, Venezuela and Mexico.

In 2004 he returned to Utah to play for the Utah Snowbears of the American Basketball Association and was named to the All-ABA team that season.

Here are some highlights from his time at Weber State:

• Played two seasons from 1998-2000.
• Was Big Sky MVP both seasons.
• Ranks 10th in Weber State history in career scoring.
• Is first in Weber State history and sixth in Big Sky history in career scoring average at 22.6 per game.
• Scored 713 points as a junior in 1998-99, the second most points in a season in WSU history.
• Averaged 34 points a game in two NCAA Tournament games in 1999.
• Scored 36 points in leading Weber State to the NCAA Tournament win over North Carolina.
• Led the Big Sky in scoring as a senior at 23.0 per game, the fourth best in WSU history.
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Hey, Ryan (DNews sports writer) ---

GREAT JOB on this List! Major props to you and Kent Condon (Sports Editor) for posting it on the DesNews website and for giving Weber State this highly-deserved recognition.

Our entire family attended WSU's final home game on Saturday, where these former players (or, all who could attend) AND most of the past head coaches came out onto center court at halftime to be honored. Wildcat Nation raised the roof on the DEC to see so many of our hoops stars of the past on the court together! It was an amazing TRIP!!

BIGTIME THANKS also go to TREVOR PHIPPS and RANDY HOLLIS for the excellent coverage provided this year for Weber State Sports. You guys rock!!

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