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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, […]

M. Golf: Labor of love
May 2, 2017

It is easy to have an affinity for a town, region or even sports team. A lot of the time, where a person is from may define their futures and fandoms. For David Nuhn, the head coach of the Idaho men’s golf team, a deep love for the sport of golf and the University of […]

Women's Sports

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 […]

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, […]

Soccer: There’s no place like Dome
May 1, 2017

Home field advantage has a new meaning for the Idaho women’s soccer team. Weeks after the athletic department announced a transition indoors for the upcoming season, the team announced its 19-game schedule, which includes a program-high 11 home games. “The 2017 fall season is going to be an exciting time for our players and fans,” […]

Track and Field: Vandals have Meade for speed
May 1, 2017

Idaho track and field split up to conquer meets across the northwest in both Pullman at the Cougar Invitational and Corvallis at the Oregon State High Performance. Idaho Director of Track and Field Tim Cawley said he was happy with the way his team performed. “The coaching staff is really excited that the team is […]

Blog

Column: The Dangers of Overconfidence July 19, 2017

There’s no doubt about it, Idaho football is good. In fact, the team may be better than it ever has, due to a number of experienced leaders returning to the Vandals in 2017. Senior quarterback Matt Linehan continues to improve, and the defense has not shown signs of slowing down this offseason. After looking at […]

Column: One More Chance June 25, 2017

Maria Sharapova is a liar. This is a fact. For years, she took performance enhancing drugs, claimed it was for a medical need, took it after it was banned and covered the drug use from her doctors. Sharapova is a cheater and a liar. Sharapova was taking meldonium, a drug made in Latvia and distributed […]

Column: Leaveland June 25, 2017

Lebron James might leave. Again. Ever since the conclusion of the NBA Finals, rumors have circulated that once James hits the free agency market in 2018, he will look west. James, the undisputed king of modern basketball, already broke the hearts of Clevelanders before. In 2010, James announced on national television that he would be […]

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