Junior Ally Ginther ran the best race of her collegiate career at the Erik Anderson Invitational Saturday in Spokane. Ginther took 12th with a time of 21 minutes, 56.68 seconds in the 6k race.
Although the Idaho volleyball team finished 1-2 at the Golden Eagle Invitational in Cookeville, Tennessee, Friday and Saturday, freshman setter Natalie Jensen shined. The Tacoma, Washington, native had 69 assists over the three-match invite. The Vandals (3-9) will open Big Sky Conference play against Northern Colorado at 7 p.m. Thursday at Memorial Gym.
Junior kicker/punter Austin Rehkow has made all five of his field goal attempts this season and is tied for the national lead with 27 other kickers who haven’t missed a field goal yet. Rehkow is second in the Sun Belt Conference in punting average at 44.8 yards per punt and is also ranked at the top with a group that averages 1.67 field goals per game. Idaho (1-2) will play Georgia Southern at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Kibbie Dome.
Idaho beat South Dakota 4-1 Friday at Guy Wicks Field and junior midfielder Alyssa Lloyd had a lot to do with the Vandal win. The Colbert, Washington, native scored two goals to bring her goal total to three on the season and she contributed one assist in the match. After tying with Seattle University Sunday, the Vandals will put the nonconference schedule behind them and focus on their Big Sky opponents. Idaho (4-4-1) plays Idaho State at 3 p.m. Friday in Pocatello.