The Western Wyoming Community College Men's Basketball team looks to have a fresh start for
the 2018-19 season. Coach Steve Soza takes the reigns over for the Mustangs, who look to
compete at an optimal level. Coach Soza comes from Northeastern Junior College, where he
spent 10 years as an assistant coach for Eddie Trenkle. While at NJC, the Plainsmen boasted a
93% graduation rate, and he helped produce three Junior College All-Americans, over 20
Division I student-athletes, and a Region IX Championship.
The Mustangs will feature four returning student athletes:
Obi Agu (6'6) - Obi has been a phenomenal leader on and off the court. His game is very
diverse; he can put the ball on the deck to create for himself as well as for others. He has
a great back to the basket game and is always looking for his teammates.
Carter Rosette (6'3) - Carter is a local product that can score in a variety of ways. He has
spent a lot of time in the gym this summer and has become a knock down shooter. His tenacity
and his will to work hard will pay dividends for himself as well as this team.
Ryan Gunderson (6'8) - Ryan has been a pleasant surprise this fall. His work ethic to improve
his footwork has really made him an offensive threat for this upcoming season. He is not
afraid to be physical and compete at a high level.
Dillon Silzell (6'6) - Dillon's shooting ability will be able to spread out defenses and his
aggression on the boards will be hard to compete with. He plays with a passion that his hard
Western Wyoming Community College also welcomes many new faces to the fold this year,
including newcomer sophomores Rocky Hansen (6'4) and Wrylee Padilla (5'10), transfer
sophomores John Batts (5'10) and Jaxon Barlow (6'6), and freshmen Trey Marble (5'10), Eddie
Creal (6'3), Jalen Blaize (6'3), Sindou Cisse (6'4), Justin Boley (6'6), and Manel Ayol