Soccer: Big Sky Bust September 23, 2017

The Vandals lost an overtime battle in the Big Sky Conference home opener against Northern Arizona. Idaho head coach Derek Pittman said he was disappointed in the way the Vandals played. “In all honesty, very disappointing,” Pittman said. “I think at the end of the day we got what we deserved. I thought we did […]

Cross Country: The Women Win Again September 18, 2017

Idaho found repeated success on the course against Gonzaga Saturday in the Idaho/Gonzaga dual. The women’s cross-country team once again defeated Gonzaga 44-19 while the men fell short, losing 39-20 to the Bulldogs. Idaho director of track and field/cross-country Tim Cawley said the women looked strong as a team on the course. “I thought the […]

Opinion: Missing the momentum September 11, 2017

What started as an exciting Saturday night in the Kibbie Dome quickly became a lifeless game in a lifeless stadium. Following a mediocre win over Sacramento State, promises were made of a stronger team coming into UNLV, promises of a team that learned from its mistakes and would only continue to get better with each […]

SPORTS BRIEFS: 9/11/17 September 11, 2017

Idaho swim and dive makes a splash at Swim Across America  The Idaho swim and dive squad headed to Seattle over the weekend for the Swim Across America at Lake Washington. The Vandals contributed $9,000 toward supporting immunotherapy clinical trials and cancer research at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Idaho brought home the College Cup […]

Cycling: Idaho Honors Kristen Armstrong September 11, 2017

Kristin Armstrong graduated from the University of Idaho 22 years ago but her legacy will last forever following the dedication of a part of Paradise Path. The dedication ceremony was held in her honor before the football game with remarks from University of Idaho President Chuck Staben, Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert and Armstrong herself. Armstrong […]

Cross-Country: Vandals Victorious September 5, 2017

Idaho cross-country traveled to Missoula, Montana to compete in the annual Clash of the Inland Northwest. Both the men and women’s programs started off the season with a bang. The women finished in first, defeating all three other Division I opponents: Gonzaga, Eastern Washington and Montana. The men’s squad took second, losing only to Gonzaga. […]