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  • Gage Gubrud front-runner at quarterback after EWU spring game

    Jarring hits, a 100-yard interception return and the emergence of a new quarterback gave Eastern Washington football fans a reason to stick around Roos Field through a windy Saturday afternoon.


  • EWU receivers have good day at scrimmage

    As the ball left quarterback Reilly Hennessey’s hand late in Saturday’s scrimmage, Eastern Washington receiver Simba Webster knew he had to make the catch.


  • Big Sky tournament: Vandals use defense to hold off Eagles

    RENO, Nev. – Martin Breunig scored 24 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and second-seeded Montana defeated No. 10 seed Sacramento State 70-53 in a Big Sky tournament quarterfinal Thursday night.


  • Balanced Eagles hold off NAU

    Delaney Hodgins and Tisha Phillips each scored 15 points to lead four Eagles in double-digit scoring and Eastern Washington dispatched the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks 72-65 in Cheney on Thursday night …


  • Surging Eagles prep for high altitude in Arizona

    Eastern Washington basketball coach Jim Hayford has been down this road before.


  • Shelby Cheslek, Elle Tinkle carry Gonzaga women past Eastern Washington

    Shelby Cheslek and Elle Tinkle made big plays down the stretch Thursday night to help Gonzaga pull away for a 78-56 women’s basketball win over Eastern Washington at the McCarthey …


  • EWU sets school record with 126-64 win over George Fox

    Eastern Washington showed that its high-scoring offense that took them to an NCAA Tournament berth last season was no fluke in Sunday’s 126-64 win over Division III opponent George Fox …


  • Women’s basketball: EWU and Idaho win while Whitworth loses in overtime

    Hayley Hodgins scored 20 points and Eastern Washington women’s basketball coach Wendy Schuller picked up her 200th career win with the Eagles’ 65-44 victory over Air Force on Sunday.


  • EWU Eagles eager to defend

    The Eastern Washington football players are more than ready to make some news where it matters most – on the field.


  • EWU’s athletic dominance builds statewide image

    Success on the gridiron and hardwood appears to be giving Eastern Washington University a boost. In a statewide survey of EWU’s reputation, athletics was what most came to mind when …


  • Fly like an Eagle

    MISSOULA – For the Eastern Washington players and fans, the Big Dance began Saturday night at center court in Dahlberg Arena. It’s the place where other Eagles teams had foundered …


  • EWU: Do you believe in championships?

    Blanchette: The Eastern Washington Eagles defined belief in their signature way – another improbable comeback staggering Big Sky Conference tournament host Montana 69-65 in the championship game, and snatching the …


  • Sluggish Eagles defeat Montana State

    Drew Brandon scored 15 points with 12 rebounds and five steals and Eastern Washington overcame one of its worst offensive games of the season Saturday for a 61-51 win over …


  • EWU can’t afford letdown against UC Davis

    DAVIS, Calif. – The drama kings of college football surely could use a little less excitement this week, which can only mean that tonight’s Eastern Washington-UC Davis game will go …


  • EWU can’t afford letdown against UC Davis

    The drama kings of college football surely could use a little less excitement this week, which can only mean that tonight’s Eastern Washington-UC Davis game will go down to the …


  • K.C. Keeler finds home in Texas

    K.C. Keeler is a Texan now. He hasn’t just accepted the stereotypes, he’s embraced them, from his wife’s first trip to a gun club to his own growing midsection.


  • Eastern women hold off Northern Colorado

    Melissa Williams’ jump shot with 1 minute, 57 seconds left snapped a 50-all tie and Eastern Washington outscored Northern Colorado 9-3 in the final 7 minutes Saturday for a 52-51 …


  • Eastern seniors leave legacy

    As the Eastern Washington seniors walked off the field Saturday afternoon, they left behind a legacy. And more than a few tears.


  • Eastern falters in final minutes of semifinal

    Momentum shifted like a whipsaw Saturday afternoon at Roos Field in Cheney, and for once it was Eastern Washington that couldn’t hold on. The Eagles couldn’t hold a 10-point fourth-quarter …


  • Backup QB Frazier hurt Eagles’ cause

    It was less about the Eastern Washington University football team collapsing and more about an anonymous backup quarterback coming up clutch when it mattered most. Sophomore Connor Frazier, called upon …


  • Towson pulled off rare quick start

    After a season of starting slowly and finishing well, Towson did almost the opposite Saturday against Eastern Washington. “We finally got the ball first and scored first,” Towson coach Rob …


  • Eastern faces tough test in Towson’s West

    Eastern, meet West. Three days ago, Towson coach Rob Ambrose was asked why Tigers running back Terrance West should win the Walter Payton Award, the top individual honor in the …


  • Eastern Washington still can’t solve UC Irvine

    Eastern Washington faced a tall order Sunday afternoon against UC Irvine, and the Eagles made it halfway up the mountain. However, second-half slumps from the field and at the free-throw …


  • EWU moves on to FCS semifinals

    On a day when it couldn’t take care of the football, Eastern Washington still managed to take care of business Saturday. In December, that might just be more important that …


  • Blanchette: EWU tosses out Plan A, uses Plan B to stay alive

    In these dicey times, everyone’s supposed to have a Plan B. A career alternative. A financial fallback. Some folks find a backup romance to be necessary, too, though that’s the …


  • EWU’s John Graham finalist for dream job at Central Washington

    Eastern Washington defensive coordinator John Graham hopes to realize a lifelong dream by becoming the next head football coach at Central Washington, he said Wednesday. “When I got into college …


  • EWU no match for Saint Mary’s

    MORAGA, Calif. – Brad Waldow scored 24 points to lead five Gaels in double figures as Saint Mary’s scored a wire-to-wire 93-65 men’s basketball victory over Eastern Washington on Sunday …


  • Forte, Eagles run past Jackrabbits 41-17

    Taking what they were given, the Eagles finally grabbed everything in sight Saturday afternoon. After a slow start, Eastern Washington tore several pages out of the South Dakota State playbook, …


  • Blanchette: 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 …


  • South Dakota State RB Zach Zenner stocked with talent, on field and in classroom

    On and off the football field, ZZ tops the charts. That would be South Dakota State running back Zach Zenner, the leading rusher in the Football Championship Subdivision – and …

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