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David Settle

A native of Fort Collins, Colorado, David Settle earned a degree in Broadcasting from the University of Wyoming in 1998.  He originally joined KOWB/KCGY in June of 1998 as a board operator.  He was named the full-time Sports Director in July of 1999.  In July of 2009, he added the title of Operations Manager to his responsibilities.  He has also worked as an intern for Wyoming Public Radio and KIIX radio in Fort Collins.  As the Sports Director, he is in charge of covering all aspects of the local sports scene.  He broadcasts five sportscasts every weekday, coordinates all sports programming for KOWB/KCGY, is a co-host of Sportsline Live three days a week, the primary host of Cowboy Talk and the “Voice of” the Laramie Plainsmen and Lady Plainsmen, as well as the Laramie Rangers.  In 2007, 2008 and 2010, he won the award for “Best Play-by-Play” from the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters.  As Operations Manager, he oversees the day-to-day functions of both KOWB and KCGY.  David is happily married.  He and his wife Sara, have two daughters, Mikaela and Paige.

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Jr. Nathan Sobey
Junior guard Nathan Sobey takes a tough leaner in a game earlier this season. (Photo by Townsquare Media)
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Cowboys Fall Short at Air Force 72-66

Nathan Sobey scored a career-high 22 points, and Leonard Washington returned to the line-up and posted a double-double, but it wasn't enough. The Wyoming Cowboys lost their third straight game in Mountain West Conference action at Air Force Tuesday night by a final of 72-66. UW suffered through a six-and-a-half minute stretch without a field goal in the second half and couldn't overcome that dry spell.

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Sr. Chaundra Sewell
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Cowgirls Fall Short to Aztecs 57-51

The Wyoming Cowgirls hung tough all game long, but didn't have enough to overcome the potent 1-2 punch of Courtney Clements and Chelsea Hopkins of San Diego State in a 57-51 loss Wednesday night at the Arena-Auditorium. The league-leading Aztecs took the lead for good with an 11-3 run at the start of the second half and held off any Cowgirl challenge. Clements and Hopkins combined for 41 of SDSU's 57 points.

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Fr guard Josh Adams
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Cowboys Crushed at San Diego State, 79-51

The two-game win streak in Mountain West play was short-lived for the Wyoming Cowboys, as they got pasted by the Aztecs in San Diego Tuesday night, 79-51. Without their leading scorer and rebounder, Leonard Washington, the Pokes were no match for SDSU, who shot 68 percent in the game and built a 24-point lead by halftime.

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Head Coach Larry Shyatt
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Cowboys Fight Past Fresno State 55-51 in Overtime

To say the game was physical does it no justice. In another defensive slug fest, the Wyoming Cowboys out-lasted the Fresno State Bulldogs 55-51 in overtime Saturday at the Arena-Auditorium. The Cowboys out-scored Fresno State 14-2 over the final 8:20 of game action, including the overtime period.

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Junior guard Nathan Sobey
Junior guard Nathan Sobey takes a shot in a game earlier this season for the Cowboys. Sobey's deep shooting provided a spark on Wednesday night, as Wyoming snapped a 5-game MW losing streak with a win over Nevada. (Photo by Townsquare Media)
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Cowboys Hot Shooting from Deep Keys 68-48 Win over Nevada

A balanced scoring attack, with three players in double figures, combined with 50 percent shooting from 3-point range helped the Wyoming Cowboys snap a five-game conference losing streak Wednesday night at the Arena-Auditorium. UW defeated the Nevada Wolfpack 68-48, as they won their first MW game since an upset of then #14 San Diego State on January 19.

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Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media
Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media
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Cowboy Comeback Falls Short, Lobos Win 63-59

Hugh Greenwood hit an open 18-footer and a pair of free throws with 7.4 seconds left, and the 20th-ranked New Mexico Lobos escaped Laramie with a 63-59 win Wednesday night in Mountain West Conference action at the Arena-Auditorium. The Lobos shot 53.8 percent from the field in the second half and finished with four players in double figures.

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Leonard Washington
Sr. Leonard Washington drives to the basket during a game earlier this season. (Photo by Townsquare Media)
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Air Force Defense Frustrates Cowboys in 57-48 Loss

A cold shooting night spelled disaster for the Wyoming Cowboys, as they lost their second straight game, 57-48, to the Air Force Falcons Saturday at the Arena-Auditorium. The Pokes shot 33 percent from the field, which included a 5-28 (17.9%) performance from beyond the arc. It was the Falcons second straight win in Laramie.

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Larry Nance, Jr.
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Rebels Push Past Pokes, 62-50

The UNLV Runnin' Rebels proved to be too much for the Wyoming Cowboys, as they pulled away in the second half for an 62-50 victory at the Thomas and Mack Center Thursday night in Las Vegas. UNLV shot 48.8 percent from the field and had a key scoring run in the second half that allowed them to take control of the game.

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Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media
Kari Eakins, Townsquare Media
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Cowgirls Stay Undefeated at Home, Beat UNLV 76-54

Kayla Woodward had 23 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists to lead the Wyoming Cowgirls past the UNLV Lady Rebels 76-54 Wednesday night at the Arena-Auditorium. The Cowgirls used a 19-5 run over six minutes of the first half to break the game open and improved to 9-0 at home this season.

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