The Western Wyoming men's basketball team looks to have a fresh start this 2017-18 season as
they have brought in ten new freshman. Along with the newcomers there is one returner from
last season and a new sophomore transfer. The Mustangs squad look to have a quick pace style
of play under 1st year Head coach Jason Doerr. Defending, rebounding and playing hard are the
keys for this year's team.
Returning for the Mustangs is redshirt-freshman Spencer Nisson (West Jordan, UT). The Utah
native is a lights out shooter with range and has used his redshirt year to improve his
overall game. Nisson will be play a large role in being a leader for the 11 newcomers at
New faces for the Mustangs backcourt include two London, England products. First is Amin Adamu
(London, England) who is an explosive athlete. As a combo guard Adamu can score the ball in
multiple ways, and his athleticism allows him to finish around the rim very well. Secondly,
Calvin Kintu (London, England) a JUCO transfer from Vincennes University, is a quick athletic
scoring guard. Kintu can score from anywhere on the court and his quickness proves to be a
problem for defenders. In addition, Braedon Alldredge (Farmington, UT) is a crafty and scrappy
guard. Alldredge plays hard on both sides of the floor.
Newcomers at the wing positions include Nathan Fromm (Anchorage, AK) who is a crafty scoring
wing. Fromm is a solid defender and a smart offensive player. Carter Rosette (Rock Springs,
WY) is a tough hardnosed defender. Rosette rebounds the ball well and has a high basketball
IQ. Tank Sidberry (West Valley, UT) is a versatile player. Sidberry can play and guard every
position on the court.
At the front line more freshman include Dillon Voyles (Reno, NV) who has a high basketball IQ.
His frame allows him to guard all positions. Jalen Peters (Conyers, GA) is an athletic
wing/forward. Peters can play in the open court and shoots it well around the perimeter. Obi
Agu (London, England) possesses a skillset that most big men don't have. Agu can make shots
inside and outside the three point line. Ryan Gundersen (Bear Lake, ID) is a lengthy and
athletic center. Gundersen rebounds the ball well and can shoot it well around the elbow
The Mustangs schedule will include 14 home games this season. Beginning with the Western
Wyoming Community College Classic on November 3rd and 4th. CSI, Eastern Wyoming, Western
Nebraska and Colorado Northwestern highlight the Mustang's non-conference schedule.