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Men’s Golf: Struggles at Southern Dunes
October 16, 2017

Idaho men’s golf is now sitting in 10th In the Southern Dunes Invitational in Maricopa Arizona. The team started out in ninth after a score of 306 after the first round. However, the team struggled in the second round and shot 312, moving them down to 10th. The Vandals entered the second day of the […]

Cross-Country: Incredible at Inland Empire championship
October 16, 2017

The Idaho cross-country team closed out the regular season Saturday at the Inland Empire Championships hosted by Lewis-Clark. Once again, the Vandal women came out on top, defeating Washington State, Gonzaga, Boise State and Seattle U with a perfect 15 points. Junior Andrea Condie held her spot at the top for the Vandals, finishing in […]

Football: Can’t Hold On
October 14, 2017

Idaho football dominated the Mountaineers of Appalachian State for over half of the game on Saturday in the Kibbie Dome, but, in an unprecedented manner, the Mountaineers came all the way back from down 20-0 to snatch a 23-20 win. A game in which the Vandals were only given a 22 percent chance to win […]

Men’s Basketball: Early-season optimism for the Vandals
October 9, 2017

It’s that time of year again. Basketball season is right around the corner, and this year’s men are looking to build on a strong performance last year that saw the team finish 12-6 within the Big Sky and 21-13 overall. The men’s basketball team returned to the court last week under bigger expectations than usual. […]

Women's Sports

W.Tennis: High-Performing Petrei
October 17, 2017

Idaho women’s tennis standout junior Marianna Petrei added to her resume of success over the weekend with the singles title from the ITA Mountain Regional Championship on Sunday. The back-to-back Big Sky MVP put together a string of four wins to finish off the weekend with a perfect 6-0 record. Petrei, ranked 71st in the […]

W.Golf: Stellar in Sahalee
October 17, 2017

Idaho women’s golf is now ranked ninth after the two rounds played Tuesday during the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational. These matches were hosted by University of Washington at the Sahalee County Club. Junior Michelle Kim and junior Sophie Hausmann tied for 19th individually at 8-over. Idaho head coach Lisa Johnson said in a news release that […]

Swim And Dive: Success in Seattle
October 16, 2017

The Idaho women’s swim and dive team had a successful trip to Seattle to take on the University of Seattle Redhawks. The Vandals (2-1) were victorious in 12 of the 14 events and managed to sweep the top three spots in three of the events on the way to a 182-78 victory Saturday. The meet […]

Volleyball: Staying Hot at Home
October 16, 2017

The Vandals took on the Eastern Washington Eagles in their Dig for a Cure match on Saturday, and they continued their hot streak with a 3-1 win for their fifth straight win. Idaho (12-7, BSC 8-1) faced adversity early, as the Eagles broke a 10-all tie in the first set with a 5-0 run that […]


Column: Take a knee, take a stand October 17, 2017

Years from now, politicians and NFL executives may look back on the 2017 season and say to themselves, “What were we thinking?” While plenty of on-field action draws millions of viewers every Sunday, the broader, more political issue of national anthem protests has catapulted the NFL onto a stage ill-suited for its leaders. Colin Kaepernick […]

Staff Predictions 10-17-17: Idaho-Missouri October 16, 2017

Grayson Hughbanks, Idaho- 35, Missouri- 14 They will use the rough loss to App State at home as fuel to their fire and find a way to win in Missouri. Meredith Spelbring, Missouri- 34, Idaho- 28 Idaho has repeatedly proven it can fight through some tough games, but cannot seem to seal the deal. The […]

Commentary: Coming up Short October 16, 2017

Many of the shots taken by the Idaho soccer team Sunday afternoon were saved by the Portland State goal keeper. The Vandals took seven on goal but only managed to net one. Regardless of the opportunities Idaho found itself in, there wasn’t much the team could muster. Not even junior Megan Goo’s game-tying goal sparked […]

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