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Golf: Golf gets going
September 20, 2017

Women’s Golf: WSU Cougar Cup Idaho women’s golf placed third in the WSU Cougar Cup Monday and Tuesday. Junior Michelle Kim’s 3-over par (71-72-76) landed her in fourth place to conclude the tournament. Idaho head coach Lisa Johnson said Kim’s performance reinforced her place among the best collegiate golfers in the country. “She is one […]

Football: An optomistic loss
September 18, 2017

Idaho football appeared to get back into the form that many fans had expected, but was unable to hold on to an early 11-point lead in an entertaining back-and-forth 37-28 loss to Western Michigan in Kalamazoo. On both offense and defense, Idaho (1-2) played well enough to get the job done, but a late push […]

Cross Country: The Women Win Again
September 18, 2017

Idaho found repeated success on the course against Gonzaga Saturday in the Idaho/Gonzaga dual. The women’s cross-country team once again defeated Gonzaga 44-19 while the men fell short, losing 39-20 to the Bulldogs. Idaho director of track and field/cross-country Tim Cawley said the women looked strong as a team on the course. “I thought the […]

Strong Collegiate Start
September 15, 2017

The Idaho men’s golf team got back to business on the course for the Itani Quality Homes Collegiate Tournament at Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman on Monday and Tuesday. Idaho head coach David Nuhn said despite a slow start to the season he thinks the team is moving in the right direction. “Judging from […]

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Golf: Golf gets going
September 20, 2017

Women’s Golf: WSU Cougar Cup Idaho women’s golf placed third in the WSU Cougar Cup Monday and Tuesday. Junior Michelle Kim’s 3-over par (71-72-76) landed her in fourth place to conclude the tournament. Idaho head coach Lisa Johnson said Kim’s performance reinforced her place among the best collegiate golfers in the country. “She is one […]

Soccer: Call it a comeback
September 18, 2017

Idaho vs. Memphis  The Idaho soccer team defeated Memphis in a dramatic 5-4 matchup Friday evening. Four unanswered goals in the second half fostered the Idaho comeback. Head coach Derek Pittman said he could not be more proud of the performance, drive and will of his players throughout the uphill battle. “Holy cow,” Pittman said. […]

Cross Country: The Women Win Again
September 18, 2017

Idaho found repeated success on the course against Gonzaga Saturday in the Idaho/Gonzaga dual. The women’s cross-country team once again defeated Gonzaga 44-19 while the men fell short, losing 39-20 to the Bulldogs. Idaho director of track and field/cross-country Tim Cawley said the women looked strong as a team on the course. “I thought the […]

Volleyball: Vandals Gain Experience
September 18, 2017

The Idaho volleyball team got off to a rocky start but bounced back to pick up another win at the Santa Clara/San Jose State Tournament. Idaho (5-6) was handled by Santa Clara early on Friday before turning around and dominating San Jose State defensively later that night. An upset bid against No. 9 Kansas was […]

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Sports Briefs 9/19/2017 September 18, 2017

Big Sky Basketball Tournament moves to Boise The Big Sky announced Monday that the annual Big Sky Basketball Tournament is relocating from Reno, Nevada to Boise, Idaho starting in 2019. Idaho men’s basketball head coach Don Verlin said in a news release he is excited for the tournament to head to a city full of […]

Opinion: Martinez Needs Fame September 18, 2017

Young Martinez started his baseball career December 19th, 1982 when the Seattle Mariners signed him to a minor league contract. Martinez ended up making his major league debut with Seattle in 1990 at third base. Right away Martinez started making a name for himself. He is the first Mariner to lead the American league in […]

Opinion: A Spark for Cleveland September 18, 2017

Regular season baseball is quickly coming to a close and the MLB postseason picture still looks foggy, but the Cleveland Indians are gleaming right through. The Indians made history Wednesday afternoon by being the first team in the American League history to win 21 straight games, breaking the Oakland Athletics record of 20 wins in […]

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