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Cougar women fall just shy of No. 2 Stanford in soccer

Mariah Nogueira’s goal in the 62nd minute Thursday lifted second-ranked Stanford to a 3-2 win over Washington State in Pac-12 women’s soccer at Stanford, Calif. The Cardinal (13-1-1, 7-0-0) won …


Four players leave WSU’s football team

Four more players have left Washington State’s football team. The school confirmed Wednesday that sophomore receiver Blair Bomber, sophomore defensive back Matthew Simmons, freshman defensive back Spencer Waseem and freshman …


Idaho’s Baker pours everything into junior season

When University of Idaho junior outside hitter Allison (Walker) Baker says it’s important to “make this season the best,” she means every word. As the Western Athletic Conference kills leader …


Idaho All-WAC player Baker makes most of junior year

When University of Idaho junior outside hitter Allison (Walker) Baker says it’s important to “make this season the best,” she means every word. As the Western Athletic Conference kills leader …


Vandals win fifth straight volleyball match

Allison Walker totaled 19 kills and 14 digs and Alyssa Schultz added 13 kills and two blocks to power the Idaho Vandals to a 25-9, 27-25, 22-25, 25-18 victory over …


USF outlasts Gonzaga in volleyball

Jocelyn Levig, who had 18 kills and five aces, served San Francisco to a 4-0 lead in the deciding fifth game as the visiting Dons (11-6, 2-2 West Coast Conference) …


CC Spokane sweeps Yakima Valley in volleyball

Kate Hart had a match-high 14 kills and hit .393 Wednesday while leading Community Colleges of Spokane to a sweep of Yakima Valley in Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges …


Idaho volleyball continues conference success

There are no certainties in athletics, but the University of Idaho volleyball program has established a pattern of conference success. The Vandals have rebounded from a rough start in the …


Idaho volleyball continues conference success

There are no certainties in athletics, but the University of Idaho volleyball program has established a pattern of conference success.


Sasquatch rally for five-set volleyball win

Kate Hart had 17 kills and a .469 hitting percentage on Wednesday night as Community Colleges of Spokane rallied for a 3-2 win over Columbia Basin (4-6, 1-4) in NWAACC …


Whitworth earns first NWC volleyball win

Nicole Leonard had 14 kills and 14 digs as Whitworth earned its first Northwest Conference volleyball win of the season with a 25-19, 25-21, 9-25, 25-23 victory over Willamette (2-9, …


Pacheco’s goal lifts Bulldogs in men’s soccer victory

Nate Pacheco scored off an assist from Casey Ames in the 72nd minute Friday to break a 1-1 tie and the Gonzaga men’s soccer team held on to beat UC …


WSU women’s soccer ties No. 2 UCLA

Washington State and second-ranked UCLA played to a scoreless tie Thursday in Los Angeles in the Pac-12 women’s soccer opener for both teams. The Bruins (7-0-2) outshot the Cougars (6-1-1) …


Whitman stops Whitworth in four sets

Jillian Davis, Olivia Nielson and Courtney Brewer had 10 kills apiece Wednesday as visiting Whitman (3-7, 1-2) turned back Whitworth 3-0 in Northwest Conference volleyball. The Missionaries took control in …


Cougars lose to No. 5 UW in Pac-12 volleyball opener

Kaleigh Nelson and Krista Vansant had 16 kills apiece to guide No. 5 Washington past Washington State 25-20, 27-29, 25-14, 27-25 in a Pac-12 Conference opener Tuesday in Seattle. Jenna …


Wrigley wins eighth consecutive SAWGA

Beth Wrigley won the Spokane Area Women’s Golf Association city championship for the eighth consecutive year on Thursday, finishing with a three-day total of 234 after the final round at …


Whitworth women’s soccer wins NWC opener

Amy Sterk’s header goal in the 86th minute Wednesday gave Whitworth a 1-0 win over host Whitman in a Northwest Conference women’s soccer opener at Walla Walla. Tiara Pajimola crossed …


EWU volleyball loses but welcomes back setter

Eastern Washington University dropped to 0-8 for the volleyball season on Wednesday with a 25-9, 25-16, 25-23 nonconference setback at Boise State. The Eagles received some good news when senior …


WSU sweeps Alabama State in volleyball

The Washington State volleyball team opened play in the Cougar Challenge with straight-sets wins over Alabama State and Seattle Friday night in Pullman. Behind a balanced attack led by Rachel …


Post Falls’ Christensen makes title match

Bob Christensen of Post Falls rallied to win both his matches on Thursday and advance to the championship of the Pacific Northwest Men’s Master-40 Amateur Golf Championship at Wildhorse Resort …


Idaho, Eastern contenders

It happens late in the preseason practice grind of every sport. “We’re definitely ready to play somebody else,” second-year Washington State volleyball coach Jen Greeny said. “We’ve had a great …


Gennett transfers to Post Falls, commits to Sacramento State

University basketball standout Hallie Gennett has decided to make two moves – one long term and one short term. The long-term decision is an oral commitment to Sacramento State. The …


Parsons places seventh at Big Sky women’s golf

University High product Kaitlen Parsons finished seventh at the Big Sky Women’s Golf Championship, which was completed Tuesday in Chandler, Ariz. Parsons, who competes for Northern Arizona, finished at 2-over …


Mead’s Regel throws second consecutive no-hitter

Sophomore Zac Regel threw his second consecutive no-hitter on Friday as Mead created a tie for first place in Greater Spokane League baseball with a 5-0 win over Gonzaga Prep. …


CCS men route Wenatchee Valley

Tyler Edwards hit 5 of 6 three-point attempts on his way to 22 points and Preston Wynne added 20 more plus 12 steals as CC Spokane routed Wenatchee Valley 87-58 …


North Idaho women end Casper’s perfect season

Korina Baker scored a game-high 21 points Thursday night as North Idaho handed Casper (Wyo.) its first setback during a 69-63 nonconference women’s basketball game in Coeur d’Alene. Baker shot …


Vandals lose in WAC semifinals

Meredith Hays and Stephanie Ziegler combined for 32 kills and 27 digs Tuesday as New Mexico State (23-8) swept Idaho in the Western Athletic Conference volleyball tournament semifinals at Las …


Sasquatch win opener at NWAACC tournament

Brigitte Lowe finished with 11 kills and 11 digs Thursday as Community Colleges of Spokane opened the NWAACC tournament at Gresham, Ore., with a sweep of the Whatcom Orcas (19-17). …


Vandals close in on second place in WAC volleyball

Allison Walker and Alicia Milo combined for 32 kills and 24 digs Thursday as Idaho defeated Fresno State 3-1 at Fresno, Calif., to creep up on second place in Western …


Whitworth holds high hopes for regional

The Whitworth Pirates were hoping to host the regional round of the NCAA Division III volleyball tournament. Instead, they’ll be facing the host team, Cal Lutheran, in the first round …