The Seahawks now have 10 offensive linemen under contact for 2018. Here's a look at how the pieces might fit.
When Jordan Poole’s long 3-pointer dropped through the net for Michigan, a whole lot of unsightly shooting beforehand was forgotten.
Los Angeles traffic has had its toll on the Gonzaga Bulldogs since they arrived on Tuesday for the NCAA Tournament West Regional.
Rory McIlroy put together another flawless back nine, running off five straight birdies. This time, it wasn’t enough. Peter Uihlein held off a big rally to beat McIlroy, while Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson also lost opening matches
Gonzaga has seen just about everything possible on the basketball court during coach Mark Few’s tenure. However, Florida State, Thursday’s challenger in the Sweet 16 at the Staples Center, qualifies as unique in one regard.
In Washington, National Forest visitors spent roughly $290 million in nearby communities and supported 2,130 year-round jobs, according to a new report.
When Chennedy Carter hit a winning shot last weekend to send Texas A&M to the Spokane Regional, she thanked her coaches, her teammates and all the fans in Aggieland. Perhaps she also should have mentioned Lynn Hickey, maybe tell her 14,200 Twitter followers about the sacrifices by Hickey and others that gave her that shot at glory.
Thursday marks the first day of the academic semester for the Washington State football team, that is, first day of spring camp.
Anna Rodgers is in a happy place again. The Lewis and Clark senior almost feels like a freshman again.
Preview of Inland Northwest high school track and field, from 4A to the Bs
Matthew Burley led Liberty on the hill and at the plate in a 10-0 win in the early game of a doubleheader sweep over visiting Davenport on Tuesday.
Spokane Chiefs forward Jaret Anderson-Dolan and defenseman Ty Smith were named to the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference first team, as voted on by general managers, the league announced Wednesday.
A bill moving through the U.S. Senate had some Washington conservation and recreation groups concerned this week. A provision in the Senate’s omnibus spending bill could have opened up some Alaskan forests to logging and road construction.
It’s become an annual rite of the NCAA Tournament: Gonzaga assistant coach Tommy Lloyd’s name attached to a job opening.
Louisville has let David Padgett go after one season as the Cardinals’ interim men’s basketball coach. Padgett went 22-14 after being elevated from second-year Louisville assistant last fall. He replaced Rick Pitino after the school placed the Hall of Fame coach on unpaid administrative leave following its acknowledgement that it was being investigated in a federal corruption probe of college basketball.
With the season over, you’d think Eastern Washington basketball coach Shantay Legans could relax. Not so fast – his wife Tatjana is due soon with their second child.
Italy’s home favorite Carolina Kostner skated a perfectly executed and evocative program to take a surprise lead over Olympic champion Alina Zagitova of Russia in the short program Wednesday at the world figure skating championships. In the pairs, Olympic champions Aliona Savchenko and Bruno Massot scored a personal best with a crowd-pleasing routine to take the lead in a very tight field.
Serena Williams lost in the first round of the Miami Open, still rusty in her comeback from pregnancy and unable to overcome a tough draw against Naomi Osaka, who won 6-3, 6-2. The 20-year-old Osaka, who earned her first career title Sunday at Indian Wells, showed no signs of letup and overpowered the erratic Williams.
Former Zag Nigel Williams-Goss is 6,420 miles from here but he feels connected to Thursday’s Gonzaga-Florida State matchup at the Staples Center. Williams-Goss, who is in his first professional season with KK Partizan in Belgrade, Serbia, keeps a close eye on the Zags, one year removed from helping the team reach the national title game.
We are so spoiled.