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  • EWU rallies for Big Sky volleyball win

    After a rocky first set, Eastern Washington settled down and beat Weber State 18-25, 25-13, 25-15, 25-10 in a Big Sky Conference volleyball match Saturday in Ogden, Utah. Ashley Wright …


  • Mead completes perfect GSL volleyball season

    Mead wrapped up the Greater Spokane League volleyball title with a perfect record by sweeping third-place Gonzaga Prep on Thursday at G-Prep. Paige Montgomery had nine kills and three blocks, …


  • Area roundup: Big Sky men’s coaches tab EWU for third

    Big Sky Conference men’s basketball coaches predict a third-place finish for Eastern Washington University and new coach Jim Hayford. Media members weren’t as sure, selecting the Eagles for sixth place …


  • Coaches, media pick Vandals for fifth place

    The Idaho Vandals were pegged to finish fifth in the Western Athletic Conference preseason coaches and media men’s basketball polls, released Tuesday. Last year UI went 18-14 and finished third …


  • Cougars, Bruins play to scoreless tie in soccer

    The 24th-ranked Washington State women’s soccer team turned up the defensive intensity and remained in second place in the Pac-12 Conference standings with a scoreless draw against No. 4 UCLA …


  • No. 1 Stanford scores late to edge WSU in soccer

    The Washington State women’s soccer team held its own against the top-ranked team in the country, but a late goal by Lindsay Taylor gave No. 1 Stanford a 1-0 win …


  • WSU, No. 7 Virginia draw in women’s soccer

    The Washington State women held seventh-ranked Virginia scoreless, but the Cougars couldn’t come away with a win as the teams played to a scoreless draw on the first day of …


  • WSU merger plan draws concern

    The chair-elect of the Washington State University faculty senate says getting everyone to agree with the administration’s money-saving plan to combine the College of Liberal Arts and College of Sciences …


  • Jeshua Anderson advances to 400 hurdles final

    Former Washington State University hurdler Jeshua Anderson advanced to the finals of the men’s 400-meter hurdles Thursday at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China. Anderson ran a conservative semifinal, …


  • Vandals improve APR but lose one scholarship

    The University of Idaho is the only local NCAA Division I school that suffered any fallout from the most recent Academic Progress Rates numbers, released by the NCAA on Tuesday. …


  • Vandals lose scholarship despite APR improvement

    The University of Idaho is the only local NCAA Division I school that suffered any fallout from the most recent Academic Progress Rates numbers, released by the NCAA on Tuesday.


  • Robinson pitches Colfax to District 7 2B baseball title

    J.J. Robinson struck out 12 and hurled a three-hitter Wednesday as Colfax (17-2) defeated Kettle Falls 7-2 in the District 7 2B baseball championship game at Avista Stadium. Kellen Morgan …


  • Sunday Locals: Gray, Vandersloot receive honors at Gonzaga

    A pair of basketball standouts and two soccer players picked up individual honors at the Gonzaga Senior Student-Athlete Awards Social that recognized 66 seniors. Basketball players Steven Gray and Courtney …


  • Area roundup: WSU’s Jensen, Logan shine in heptathlon

    Washington State’s Angela Jensen and Shaquana Logan finished fifth and seventh, respectively, in the Pacific-10 heptathlon Saturday in Tucson, Ariz. Jensen totaled 4,967 points, while Logan scored 4,859 in her …


  • Thomas, two Vandals tied for 13th at West Regional

    Two Idaho juniors and St. George’s graduate Chessey Thomas, a freshman at Tennessee, are in a six-way tie for 13th going into today’s final round of the NCAA West Regional …


  • CCS athletes sweep NWAACC multis

    Community Colleges of Spokane athletes swept the top spots at the NWAACC Multi Event Championships at Lane Community College in Eugene, Ore., as the two-day competition concluded on Tuesday Sophomore …


  • Area roundup: Cougars unleash offense in Pac-10 baseball win

    Patrick Claussen went 4 for 5 with a triple, double and five runs batted in to power the Washington State Cougars (19-19, 5-12) to an 11-6 victory over the Washington …


  • Women rule the day at Pelluer Invite

    Women stole the show in the 40th annual Pelluer Invitational track and field meet on Friday at Eastern Washington’s Roos Field. The three meet records that were set and the …


  • OSU comeback overhauls Cougars in baseball

    Timing was decisive as No. 3 Oregon State rallied for a 7-6 Pac-10 baseball win over Washington State on Friday night at Goss Stadium in Corvallis, Ore. Danny Hayes delivered …


  • Winners announced at North Idaho Sports Banquet

    The 49th annual North Idaho Sports Banquet winners were announced Saturday evening. Six were inducted into the North Idaho Hall of Fame. They were Jake Plummer, Irene Matlock, Jeff Robinson, …


  • Area roundup: Sasquatch women stay in first place

    Brooke Randall scored 26 points and Community Colleges of Spokane (16-2, 6-0 Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges) shot 6 of 8 from the free-throw line in overtime Wednesday to …


  • WSU president rejects across-board cuts

    SPOKANE – Facing millions of dollars in budget cuts, Washington State University President Elson S. Floyd said the school needs to make a stronger case about the importance of higher …


  • DO-IT helps kids with disabilities develop to full potential

    Seventeen-year-old Mead High School student Benjy Migliuri recently returned from a visit to the University of Washington. While it’s not unusual for high school seniors to tour prospective colleges, Migliuri’s …


  • DO-IT helps kids with disabilities develop to their full potential

    Seventeen-year-old Mead High School student Benjy Migliuri recently returned from a visit to the University of Washington. While it’s not unusual for high school seniors to tour prospective colleges, Migliuri’s …


  • For-profit colleges can leave grads mired in a mess

    NEW YORK – One sign a degree from a for-profit school may not be worth pursuing? You won’t be able to repay your student loans after graduating. New data from …


  • Universities looking to federal government for funds

    Public university presidents across the nation are discussing a new source of money to keep their campuses going.


  • Parents, students on edge over soaring tuition

    As students around the country anxiously wait for college acceptance letters, their parents are sweating the looming tuition bills at public universities.


  • Fall enrollment up at Wash. public universities

    Fall enrollment is up at Washington’s public universities this fall. Most of the increase comes from students who decided to stay in school rather than seeking their fortunes elsewhere in …


  • WSU sets another enrollment record

    PULLMAN — Washington State University has set another enrollment record at its four campuses.

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