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Sports Briefs: Back in action
August 17, 2017

Football Last time the Idaho football players took the field in opposing competition, it ended in celebration. If the goal was to win the final game of the year, then the team did exactly that when it became the 2016 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl champions. It was Idaho’s first bowl appearance and win since 2009. […]

Club Sports: Leaving a Logging Legacy
July 19, 2017

Moscow isn’t always about downtown coffee shops and parties on Greek row. The university also offers a plethora of athletic clubs open to students. One of those clubs looks to break into the mainstream, despite its rather unique activities. The logger sports club grew into existence back in 1910, where it was a part of […]

M. Golf: Glimpse into the future
July 19, 2017

As fall quickly approaches, so does the 2017-2018 men’s golf season. Head coach David Nuhn released the schedule for the upcoming season.     The Vandals will compete in 10 tournaments throughout the year on the road to the Big Sky Championships in April. Nuhn said he is excited about the upcoming season.     […]

Sports Briefs: 5/24/2017
May 25, 2017

Blanked by the Cardinal The Idaho men’s tennis team received a not-so-warm welcome from Stanford in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Vandals fell to the Cardinal 4-0 May 12 in Phoenix, Arizona. Stanford jumped out to an early lead following two wins in doubles competition. In singles, junior Mark Kovacs fell 6-2, […]

Women's Sports

Sports Briefs: Back in action
August 17, 2017

Football Last time the Idaho football players took the field in opposing competition, it ended in celebration. If the goal was to win the final game of the year, then the team did exactly that when it became the 2016 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl champions. It was Idaho’s first bowl appearance and win since 2009. […]

Soccer: More Than Just a Match
August 17, 2017

The rapidly approaching fall season brings a number of things back to campus — students, classes, the changing season and athletic events in the Kibbie Dome. But this fall, the opening excitement in the Dome won’t revolve around football. For the first time ever, the team taking the field will be the Idaho soccer team. […]

Soccer: Season Preview
August 1, 2017

Aug. 13 — Mount Royal (Kibbie Dome) Idaho women’s soccer kicks off the 2017 with an opening game against Mount Royal. The Cougars finished the 2016 season 4-6-4, finishing 5th in the Prairie division of Canada West Conference. Aug. 18 — UC Santa Barbara (Harder Stadium) The Vandals begin their two-game road trip against the […]

Club Sports: Leaving a Logging Legacy
July 19, 2017

Moscow isn’t always about downtown coffee shops and parties on Greek row. The university also offers a plethora of athletic clubs open to students. One of those clubs looks to break into the mainstream, despite its rather unique activities. The logger sports club grew into existence back in 1910, where it was a part of […]

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Sports Briefs: Back in action August 17, 2017

Football Last time the Idaho football players took the field in opposing competition, it ended in celebration. If the goal was to win the final game of the year, then the team did exactly that when it became the 2016 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl champions. It was Idaho’s first bowl appearance and win since 2009. […]

Column: A Big Sky of Opportunity August 17, 2017

The petitions have been waived. The damage has been done. There is now nothing we can do about Idaho football’s imminent move from the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) to the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), at least, in the forthcoming years. But it’s not all bad. There are cons from moving down a notch and they […]

Column: Waiting for compromise August 17, 2017

Nasty. Inebriated. Those were the colorful adjectives uttered by Boise State president Bob Kustra back in 2010. The statement preluded Boise State and Idaho’s final meeting on the gridiron. The Broncos would be leaving the Western Athletic Conference for the Mountain West. Idaho would remain in the WAC before going independent and eventually joining the […]

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