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Bulldogs cruise past Pepperdine

Reserve Lindsay Sherbert scored 16 points and No. 25 Gonzaga held an opponent below 40 points for the third time this season, coasting to a 69-39 West Coast Conference win …

Four corners notebook: Local talent gives San Diego a boost

San Diego’s annual visit to the McCarthey Athletic Center is old hat for Bill Grier, a Gonzaga assistant for 16 years before becoming the Toreros’ head coach seven years ago. …

Eagles hold off Bobcats to even record in Big Sky

The gut-checks came seemingly every minute for Eastern Washington on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles led Montana State by 16, then trailed by 11 with 12 minutes to play. They couldn’t …

Cougars reach 4-0 in Pac-12 for first time

Sage Romberg’s 3-pointer with 2 minutes and 19 seconds remaining Saturday snapped a 73-all tie and keyed a 10-3 run as visiting Washington State topped Washington 85-79 in Pac-12 play …

Eagles remain winless in Big Sky

POCATELLO – Finally, the Eastern Washington University men’s basketball team can put recent stops in New Jersey, Connecticut, Utah and Idaho in its rear-view mirror. Idaho State jumped out to …

Eagles shut down Bengals

Hayley Hodgins scored 19 points, Lexie Nelson added 18 and Eastern Washington thrived defensively in a 67-55 Big Sky Conference win over Idaho State on Saturday at Reese Court in …

Whitworth triumphs at Las Vegas tournament

Colton McCargar scored 21 points in leading Whitworth to an 84-77 victory over Wisconsin-Platteville on Sunday at the Classic in Las Vegas. Dustin McConnell added 13 points, George Valle …

Eastern’s Cooper Kupp top freshman in FCS

Perhaps Cooper Kupp was just making up for lost time. After going almost two years without playing a game, the Eastern Washington wide receiver burst onto the scene this year …

Weather turned red turf blue, but Eags love it

Silk longjohns. Extra socks. Parkas rated to minus-45 and flasks filled with 100 proof. All the usual methods were trotted out and any number of new ones devised to deal …

EWU’s Mitchell, Roos added to Big Sky all-time list

Walter Payton Award winner Bo Levi Mitchell and Tennessee Titans All-Pro offensive tackle Michael Roos have been recognized among the all-time best 50 male athletes in the Big Sky Conference, …

Huskies sweep Cougars

Krista Vansant had 19 kills and 14 digs and No. 5 Washington secured the Pac-12 Conference volleyball championship with a 25-21, 25-21, 25-14 sweep of Washington State on Friday night …

Eagles remain perfect at home

Tyler Harvey scored a career-high 30 points to lead Eastern Washington to an 82-75 win over Seattle Friday night.

Zags call on reserves

It seems like an eternity since the No. 24 Gonzaga women’s basketball team beat Eastern Washington 78-58 exactly one week ago. But the respite is ending. The 3-1 Zags’ upcoming …

Huskies outrun Eagles in end

After leading by as many as 13 points early in the second half, Eastern Washington finally wilted against a five-guard Washington Huskies lineup that scored 53 points in the second …

Every little detail matters to EWU’s Lee

Raised by women since he was a toddler, T.J. Lee III learned to pay attention to the little things. That attention to detail has led to his All-America status as …

Eagles set up MSU showdown

Vernon Adams threw for 432 yards and five touchdowns to lead Eastern Washington over Idaho State 55-34 in Pocatello on Saturday. Eastern’s 743 yards of offense is a school record.

Eagles face coach that helped build them

Idaho State football coach Mike Kramer is deep into a rebuilding project with the Bengals and Saturday he faces Eastern Washington, a team he helped build into a FCS power.

Eastern’s defense was up to task

MISSOULA – The Eastern Washington defense was living on the edge late in Saturday’s win over Montana, but positively thrived on it for much of the game. With the Eagles …

Blanchette: Eagles have become Sky’s special team

That’s the great thing about football at the FCS level – it’s all in perspective.

Eagles outlast Montana

Vernon Adams threw six touchdown passes, two of them to Cooper Kupp, and Eastern Washington defeated Montana 42-37 in a Big Sky Conference showdown on Saturday in Missoula.

Eastern looks to silence hostile Grizzlies

MISSOULA – To turn an old song on its head, the marching band tried to take the field Friday afternoon, and the Easten Washington football players refused to yield. With …

Eagles stymie Thunderbirds

Samson Ebukam returned an interception for a touchdown and Vernon Adams threw for 298 yards and three touchdowns as Eastern Washington defeated Southern Utah 34-10 on Saturday.

Ugly ties? A matter of perspective

The Gonzaga men’s soccer team was fit to be tied Sunday. On the positive side, the Bulldogs are tied for first place in the West Coast Conference after a 3-3 …

Bearkats thunder Eagles

With running back Timothy Flanders leading the way, Sam Houston State ran to a 49-34 win over Eastern Washington in a high-profile nonconference game Saturday evening in Huntsville, Texas.

College basketball teams set to begin practice

The Gonzaga Bulldogs open men’s basketball practice Saturday with the obvious story line centered on how they’ll replace three standouts from the 2013 team. Gonzaga has plenty of experience dealing …

Eagles travel to Toledo

EWU at ToledoKickoff: 4 p.m. at the Glass Bowl, Toledo, Ohio Records: EWU 2-0, Toledo 0-2 Web/Radio: ESPN3/700-AM Overview: Toledo is unranked, but may offer a stiffer challenge than …

Area college football previews, Eastern Washington football, Idaho football


College women’s soccer preview: Making strides

The Washington State soccer team got out of its comfort zone last season under new coach Keidane McAlpine, then found something even better: a return trip to the NCAA tournament. …

Morning Review: Rising stars, pumpkin punks and the great outdoors

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Craig Ehlo receiving treatment in Massachusetts; court date pushed

Craig Ehlo’s arraignment on a charge of reckless burning was pushed to Oct. 2 to accommodate medical treatment he is receiving in Massachusetts.