Shane Miller, a 6-4 guard/wing from Moscow, Idaho, and Spencer Drury, a 6-foot point guard from Spokane, have signed to play basketball for Lewis-Clark State College in the 2010-11 season.
Miller, the North Idaho Player of the Year and a first-team All-State selection in 2007, played his freshman year at Treasure Valley Community College and earned first-team NAACC All-Region honors. He transferred to Central Washington the following year, but had to redshirt because of transfer rules. He played in 20 games last season, averaging 10.4 minutes per outing.
Drury, a freshman, comes to LCSC from University High School, where he played point guard and served as the team captain this past season. Drury averaged nearly 12 points a game.
Gonzaga University’s men’s golf team is one of 10 NCAA Division I programs to receive President’s Special Recognition status for a team GPA of 3.5 or better on the All-Academic Team awards announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
• Washington State University freshman goalkeeper Gurveen Clair has been named to the Canadian National U-20 soccer team.
Canada will travel to Cancun, Mexico, in October and begin play in the World Cup Qualifiers Gold Cup.
• The Intercollegiate Tennis Association has announced its Scholar-Athlete award winners, and six University of Idaho tennis players earned the honor.
Daniela Cohen, Gabriela Niculescu and Yvette Ly were named Scholar-Athletes for the Vandals women, and Abid Akbar, Dylan Bodet and Jake Knox earned the honor for the men.
• Gonzaga University men’s rowing head coach Dan Gehn has announced the promotion of Mark Voorhees as assistant coach in charge of novice rowing. Voorhees, who will also be the recruiting coordinator, replaces Shawn Bagnall, who left to take a similar position at Syracuse University. Voorhees has been an assistant women’s rowing coach at GU for the previous two seasons before moving over to the men’s side and rowed for the Zags men’s program from 2000-04.
• The Gonzaga University women’s volleyball team has been selected to finish sixth in the West Coast Conference 2010 season, according to a preseason vote of the league’s head coaches. San Diego was the choice to win the conference title.