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  • Spokane, North Idaho students make EWU’s winter honor roll

    The following concludes the Eastern Washington University winter quarter dean’s honor roll for the 2010-’11 academic year.


  • Jones looked like ‘a million’ for scouts

    Chris Hansen, his former position coach at Eastern Washington University, called it “a million-dollar day.” But when Taiwan Jones looks back on the stunning performance he put on for nearly …


  • EWU football players battle for open spots at scrimmage

    The competition at several key positions on Eastern Washington University’s football team has been as interesting as it has been intense this spring. That made for some entertaining moments Saturday …


  • Get Lit! makes plans for 2012

    This year’s Get Lit! kicks off with some good news about next year’s Get Lit!: There will, in fact, be one. Eastern Washington University has secured some “non-state funding” to …


  • EWU posts dean’s list

    Eastern Washington University recently named local residents to the winter quarter dean’s honor roll for the 2010-’11 academic year. Students are listed by their hometowns. Chattaroy: Amber Baker, Travis Booher, …


  • Sunday Locals: Shears, Covington win final Junior Bowlers stop

    Dalton Shears and Jesse Covington claimed top honors following the final Junior Bowlers Tour stop of the season last Sunday at North Bowl. Shears won the final tournament, rising from …


  • EWU profs show college ‘firsts’ can change destiny of family

    Martin Meraz-Garcia would drive his mother to the Tri-Cities fields at 4:30 in the morning and together they picked cherries and his nose would bleed, stinging with pesticides, and he …


  • EWU guard Dean announces his intention to stay

    Glen Dean is staying. Eastern Washington University’s standout point guard and leading scorer announced Thursday that he will remain at Eastern after looking into the possibility of transferring in the …


  • Dean says he could choose to stay at EWU

    Glen Dean, Eastern Washington University’s sophomore guard and top scorer, has asked for – and has been denied – the immediate opportunity to talk with other schools about the possibility …


  • Hayford will take Eastern coaching job

    Eastern Washington University will introduce Jim Hayford as its new men’s basketball coach at a news conference scheduled for Tuesday.


  • Eagles soar, then plunge; Weber State rallies from 15 down

    OGDEN, Utah – Days after knocking off Weber State to end the regular season, Eastern Washington nearly did it again. However, playing their first postseason game since 2006, and the …


  • Eastern Washington men upset Weber State

    OGDEN, Utah – Jeffrey Forbes and Cliff Colimon each scored 17 points, and Cliff Ederaine added 16 – along with six rebounds – Wednesday night as Eastern Washington University posted …


  • Eastern Washington Eagles outlook

    RECORD: 10-19 overall, 7-9 Big Sky COMING UP: Saturday at Weber State (17-11, 11-5), 6:30 p.m.


  • Eagles nip Grizzlies; Big Sky tourney berth in sight

    The Eastern Washington Eagles came close to securing their first postseason berth in five years, and they did it in great fashion. After facing a quick 8-0 deficit, the Eagles …


  • Eastern faces crucial games in hunt for postseason

    With just three regular-season games remaining, Eastern Washington is quickly running out of opportunities to beef up its chances of making the six-team Big Sky Conference tournament. That’s why Eagles …


  • Eastern Washington Eagles outlook

    RECORD: 8-18 overall, 5-8 Big Sky COMING UP: Tonight vs. Montana St., 7 (SWX); Saturday vs. Montana, 5


  • Doug Clark: Switch to semesters strokes ego of avid Eagle

    Today I’m giving a rare “hats off” salute to Washington lawmakers for taking a break from screwing over taxpayers to officially honor Eastern Washington University, my alma mater, on our …


  • EWU studies switch to semesters

    Eastern Washington University officials are working on plans to change from a three-quarter to a two-semester system, falling in line with about 90 percent of higher education institutions nationwide. But …


  • Lawmakers applaud Eagles’ championship

    OLYMPIA – With a resolution that sometimes read like a sports page account of their come-from-behind Division I football championship win, the Senate honored the Eastern Washington University Eagles on …


  • State Senate honors champion Eagles team

    OLYMPIA — With a resolution that sometimes read like a sports page account of their come-from-behind Division I football championship win, the Senate honored the Eastern Washington University Eagles Friday …


  • EWU considers switch to semester system

    Eastern Washington University officials are working on plans to change from a three-quarter to a two-semester system, falling in line with about 90 percent of higher education institutions nationwide. But …


  • EWU men can’t hold 18-point lead at Northern Arizona

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Just when it seemed that Eastern Washington’s men’s basketball team was warming up to life on the road, Wednesday night happened. The Eagles, after edging Idaho State …


  • Eastern Washington Eagles outlook

    RECORD: 8-15 overall, 5-6 Big Sky COMING UP: Saturday vs. Cal State Northridge, 7:05 at Reese Court


  • Weber State uses long-range game to defeat Eastern Washington

    Despite the superior muscle and big scoring edge visiting Weber State exhibited on the low blocks during Saturday night’s Big Sky Conference matchup against Eastern Washington, Eagles coach Kirk Earlywine …


  • Eastern Washington Eagles outlook

    RECORD: 8-15 overall, 5-6 Big Sky COMING UP: Saturday vs. Weber State, 7:05 at Reese Court


  • Running Start hits record enrollment

    As the price of higher education continues to rise, more Washington high school juniors and seniors are taking advantage of a state program to earn college credits cheaply while finishing …


  • EWU beats ISU to snap 18-game road loss streak

    POCATELLO, Idaho – Glen Dean performed down the stretch like a young man who had simply had enough. Of losing on the road, that is.


  • Eastern’s Baldwin has luxury of recruiting for selective needs

    With remarkably few pressing needs coming off a national championship season, Eastern Washington coach Beau Baldwin had the luxury of being highly selective during a recruiting process abridged by his …


  • Eastern Washington Eagles outlook

    RECORD: 7-14 overall, 4-5 Big Sky COMING UP: Tonight at Northern Colorado, 6; Saturday at Idaho State, 6


  • Junior college transfer provides Eastern with instant results

    Kirk Earlywine didn’t recruit Cliff Ederaine with the idea of landing the next player of the year in the Big Sky Conference. Eastern Washington’s head coach was simply looking for …

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