The Old Oquirrh Bucket

The Old Oquirrh Bucket, named after the Oquirrh Mountains to the west of Salt Lake City, is the symbol of in-state basketball supremacy in Utah. Each year the trophy is awarded to the in-state college team (Utah, BYU, Southern Utah, Utah State and Weber State) that has the best win-loss record against in-state competition. In 2007, BYU posted a 5-0 record against in-state schools and brought home the bucket for the first time since 2001.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following are the winners since the trophy was born in the 1974-75 season.

1974-75

Utah State

1983-84

Utah State

1993-94

BYU

2002-03

Utah

1975-76

Utah State

1984-85

Utah State

1994-95

Utah

2003-04

Utah

1976-77 

Weber State

1985-86

Weber State

1995-96

Utah

2004-05

Utah State

1977-78

Utah

1986-87

BYU

1996-97

Utah

2005-06

Utah

1978-79

BYU

1987-88

Utah

1997-98

Utah

2006-07

BYU

1979-80

BYU

1988-89

Utah

1998-99 

Utah

 

 

1980-81 

Utah

1989-90

Utah

1999-00 

Weber State

   

1981-82 

BYU

1991-92

BYU

2000-01

 BYU

   

1982-83 

Utah State

1992-93

Weber State

2001-02

Utah State

   

 

BYU Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by age, gender, and space in the camp.

Registration for our 2015 Fathers and Sons Camp will begin on Wednesday, January 21st 2015 at 8 AM MST. Registration for all other 2015 Summer Sports Camps will begin on Friday, January 23rd 2015 at 8 AM MST.