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Pfeifer earns first UI win

VANDALS, EAGLES, ZAGS

The University of Idaho got its first win under new coach George Pfeifer – but the Vandals had to go all the way to Brookings, S.D. to get it.

And it took 26 points from Keoni Watson and a second-half rally to get past South Dakota State.

There is more, as usual, on Jim Meehan’s Idaho blog.

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Speaking of basketball, WSU takes a 3-0 record into tonight’s home game against Texas-San Antonio (8:30; KXLY 920-AM).

The Jackrabbits (1-1) are in the Inland Northwest for two games, and they will face Gonzaga (3-0) on Sunday (5 p.m.; KAYU, FSN TV; KGA 1510-AM).

The Zag women routed Sacramento State 84-43 Thursday night behind the 22 points from transfer Michelle Elliot. The Hornets face Washington State tonight prior to the men’s game. The GU women travel to Montana on Sunday.

You can find more GU news on Steve Bergum’s blog.

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The Eastern volleyball team is still alive in the Big Sky Tournament. The Eagles will play Portland State tonight.

There’s always more on Dave Trimmer’s blog.


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