Vandals, Broncos agree to meet again in Basketball
College Basketball: Boise State and Idaho have agreed to maintain their decades-old basketball rivalry with a neutral site game in downtown Boise.
School officials on Tuesday announced the Nov. 27 game, which will be played at the CenturyLink Arena in Boise.
The Broncos and Vandals were once members of the Western Athletic Conference and fans across the state could count on the teams meeting twice each season, once in Boise and once in Moscow.
Even though the schools now play in difference leagues, athletic officials have worked to keep the rivalry somewhat intact the last two years.
Boise State has won each of the last two meetings at neutral sites. The Broncos also hold a 52-35 advantage since their first tussle with the Vandals in 1971.
M’s minor leaguer Snow suspended
MLB: Seattle Mariners minor league pitcher Forrest Snow has been suspended for 50 games following a second positive drug test.
The 24-year-old right-hander tested positive for what is considered a drug of abuse. The suspension will begin next season.
Snow was 4-0 with a 2.93 ERA in one start and 18 relief appearances this year for Triple-A Tacoma of the Pacific Coast League. He was 1-5 with a 3.00 ERA in one start and 22 relief outings for Double-A Jackson of the Southern League.
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Castain earns Pac-12 honor
College soccer: Washington State senior forward Micaela Castain is the Pac-12 Women’s Soccer Player of the Week, conference commissioner Larry Scott announced.
Castain scored all four Cougars goals last week as WSU defeated UNLV 2-0 at home and tied Oklahoma State 2-2 on the road. Her second goal against the Cowgirls came just 48 seconds after the Cougars fell behind in the first half.
A native of Castro Valley, Calif., Castain is tied for ninth nationally with eight goals this season and tied for sixth with 19 points. Her 30 career goals are tied for third all-time at Washington State.