Column: 2017 Athletes to Watch August 1, 2017

Women’s Golf – Clara Moyano A Madrid, Spain native, Clara Moyano kicked off her competitive career as a Vandal at the WSU Cougar Cup.       She finished the Cougar Cup tied for 15th with a 6-over-par 222. Moyano then went on to compete in seven tournaments, including the Big Sky Conference Championship. After […]

Sports Briefs 3/20/17 March 20, 2017

Springing into season The Idaho football team announced the spring practice schedule. The Vandals kick off with a scrimmage 5:30 p.m. April 14 at Bengal Field in Lewiston, followed by the Silver and Gold game in the Kibbie Dome 6 p.m. April 28.

M. Basketball: Vandals fall in semis March 10, 2017

The Idaho men’s basketball team fell to No. 1 seed North Dakota Friday night in the Big Sky Conference tournament semifinals. “It hurts when it comes to an end, no question about it, because our goal was to get to the NCAA Tournament, but the one thing I’ll tell you about the guys in the […]

W. Basketball: Milestone victory February 6, 2017

The Idaho women’s basketball team defeated Sacramento State 72-58, marking head coach Jon Newlee’s 143rd victory at Idaho — edging out Pat Dobratz record for most career wins. Newlee said the atmosphere was rather emotional after meeting the milestone. “Those girls surprised me and dosed me with a bunch of water. They had written stuff […]

Sports Briefs 1/17/17 January 17, 2017

Broncos outswim Vandals The Idaho swim and dive team fell to Boise State 164-128. Sophomore Janelle Lucas took first in the 3-meter diving competition with a 290.48, followed by fellow Vandal junior Maren Seljevold with a 280.77. Junior Nikki Imanaka earned a victory in the 1-meter competition with a 279.52. Sophomore Emily Kliewer finished second […]

M. Basketball: Jackrabbits Outrun Vandals December 13, 2016

The Idaho men’s basketball team travelled to Brookings for a rematch against South Dakota State Saturday. The Vandals fell to the Jackrabbits 80-77 and extended South Dakota’s home victory streak to 33—the second longest running streak in the country. Idaho head coach Don Verlin said defensive errors could have been the deciding factor. “”We made […]