Sophie Hausmann â€“ Womenâ€™s Golf
The Idaho womenâ€™s golf team returned from the Big Sky Conference Championship with two trophies, including the individual title earned by freshman Sophie Hausmann. Her birdie on the final hole allowed the Vandals to clinch the team title, while a par on the playoff hole earned the freshman the individual title. Hausmann is just the second freshman to win the individual title in Vandal history.
Felipe Fonseca â€“ Menâ€™s Tennis
Sophomore Felipe Fonseca proved to be an instrumental part of the Vandalsâ€™ 7-0 sweep of Idaho State Sunday. Fonseca combined with senior Odon Barta in doubles play to earn a point for the Vandals, while the sophomore defeated William Edin 7-6 (7-4), 6-4 on the No. 2 singles court. Fonseca was also named the Big Sky Menâ€™s Tennis Player of the Week.
Celine Koets â€“ Womenâ€™s Tennis
Freshman Celine Koets was the first Vandal to finish in the teamâ€™s match against Seattle U, contributing a point to Idahoâ€™s 4-0 win of the Redhawks. Koets defeated Seattle U opponent Madison Maloney 6-4, 6-0 on the No. 3 court to earn the individual victory and begin the Vandals’ sweep.
Kaleala Bass â€“ Track and Field
Freshman Kaleala Bass defeated Eastern Washingtonâ€™s Janessa Day in the 400-meter dash by one-hundredth of a second. Her time of 58.30 seconds in the event is a season-best for the freshman sprinter.
Kaizer Gillispie â€“ Track and Field
Freshman sprinter Kaizer Gillispie earned a berth in the Big Sky Championship with a season-best run in the 400-meter dash. Gilllispie finished the event in 48.98 seconds to earn the victory at the Spokane Memorial Open.