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  • Top-25 basketball: SMU defeats seventh-ranked Cincinnati

    Coach Larry Brown’s SMU Mustangs (19-5, 8-3 American Athletic Conference) stayed undefeated at home with a 76-55 victory Saturday over No. 7 Cincinnati (22-3, 11-1) at Dallas, ending the Bearcats’ …


  • Blanchette: Gonzaga makes noise with ‘dive-bombing’ defense

    In their latest narrow escape over Portland the other night, the Gonzaga Bulldogs sliced themselves a wedge of basketball as absorbing as any dunk-3-pointer-dunk sequence cluttering up SportsCenter. It came …


  • In brief: Bearcats rally to top Huskies

    Men’s basketball: Sean Kilpatrick scored 26 points, and Justin Jackson led a second-half surge that rallied No. 7 Cincinnati to its 15th straight win, 63-58 over No. 22 Connecticut on …


  • Syracuse sets mark in OT win over Duke

    Jerami Grant scored eight points in overtime to finish with a career-high 24 and Jim Boeheim’s No. 2 Syracuse Orange (21-0, 8-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) stayed unbeaten, earning a 91-89 …


  • Locally: Idaho’s Charlston honored for academics

    Alyssa Charlston, a senior post player on the University of Idaho women’s basketball team, was named to the Capitol One Academic All-District 7 Division I first team by the College …


  • Area men’s basketball: Whitworth puts pasting on Pacific

    The Whitworth Pirates pillaged their way to their second dominating win in two nights Saturday with an 83-58 pasting of Pacific (Ore.). Both teams came out of chutes swinging haymakers, …


  • Cal knocks off top-ranked Arizona

    Justin Cobbs hit a step-back jumper with 0.9 seconds left, and California stunned No. 1 Arizona 60-58 on Saturday night in Berkeley, Calif., to hand the Wildcats (21-1, 8-1) their …


  • Reserve Jurlina sparks Whitworth with 29 points

    An early tight game turned into a statement game for the Whitworth Pirates and a freshman wing from Australia, who came off the bench to score a season-high 29 points …


  • In brief: Thunder weather Heat in Miami

    NBA: Kevin Durant remained sizzling with 33 points, Serge Ibaka added 22 and the Oklahoma City Thunder roared back from an abysmal start to embarrass the Heat 112-95 on Wednesday …


  • Gonzaga holds off Toreros with defense

    Just enough offense, more defense. It’s been roughly six weeks since the Gonzaga Bulldogs had a game decided in the final minute, but they haven’t forgotten how to win a …


  • Li beats Bouchard to reach third Australian Open final

    Tennis: Li Na has advanced to her third Australian Open final and will have to beat Dominika Cibulkova to win her first title at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. No. …


  • Cougars put away suitcases

    PULLMAN – Last week the Washington State men’s basketball team put together 40 minutes of impressive basketball, considering the opposition. Shame they weren’t all in the same game.


  • Bell could return to GU lineup this week

    Gary Bell Jr. is healing and hopeful. The junior guard wants to play in Gonzaga’s two home games this week, which begins with San Diego’s visit Thursday, but it’s not …


  • Bell’s return to GU appears to be close

    Gary Bell Jr. is healing and hopeful.


  • Cougars need to put together complete game

    PULLMAN – Last week the Washington State men’s basketball team put together 40 minutes of impressive basketball, considering the opposition.


  • Whitworth cruises to win over Linfield

    Colton McCargar scored a game-high 19 points Saturday and Whitworth used a 37-20 advantage in bench scoring to storm past Linfield 83-59 in Northwest Conference play at McMinnville, Ore. McCargar …


  • In Brief: UConn topples No. 17 Memphis on road

    Men’s basketball: DeAndre Daniels had 23 points and a career-high 11 rebounds, Shabazz Napier added 17 points and Connecticut pulled away from No. 17 Memphis for an 83-73 victory Thursday …


  • Area roundup: Three players reach 20 points in EWU women’s win

    Hayley Hodgins scored a career-high 26 points Thursday, shooting 10 of 16 from the floor including 5 of 6 on 3-pointers, as Eastern Washington cruised to a 92-68 win over …


  • UConn ends Baylor’s home winning streak

    Women’s basketball: Breanna Stewart had 18 points and 11 rebounds as top-ranked Connecticut won 66-55 at No. 7 Baylor, ending the Lady Bears’ national-best 69-game home winning streak Monday night. …


  • Hanson’s sharp shooting leads CCS men

    Kwinn Hanson shot 14 of 17 from the floor and finished with game highs of 29 points and 11 rebounds Saturday while powering CC of Spokane to a 93-77 win …


  • Pac-12 roundup: No. 1 Arizona holds off UCLA

    Arizona took its lumps against UCLA last season, losing three times to its Pac-12 rival. Those defeats stuck in the minds of the Wildcats, especially when they let a commanding …


  • In brief: Petrino returning as Louisville coach

    College football: A person familiar with the situation says Western Kentucky’s Bobby Petrino has accepted an offer to return to Louisville as the Cardinals’ football coach. The person spoke to …


  • Chicago State slips past Vandals

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Stephen Madison flew into the Idaho bench to chase down a loose ball, Mike Scott knifed into the lane for two crafty buckets and, finally, the Vandals’ …


  • Huskies play up to potential in win over ASU

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Outside an upbeat locker room, standing against a yellow wall inside Wells Fargo Arena’s dingy concourse, Washington players spoke of progress in their pursuit of greater defensive …


  • Eastern men lose Big Sky opener to Weber State after quick start

    OGDEN, Utah – Jeremy Senglin scored 16 points and Joel Bolomboy added 13 with 12 rebounds as Weber State defeated Eastern Washington 74-67 in a Big Sky Conference opener Thursday …


  • Blanchette: Zags’ play did the talking with students gone

    So when does the first Kennel Clubber demand a tuition rebate? At the next tent campout, do they burn an effigy of Jamie Zaninovich’s schedule maker to stay warm?


  • Arizona’s defense clamps down on cold Cougars

    TUCSON, Ariz. – The raucous, sold-out crowd at the McKale Center on Thursday appeared to want more than a blowout in Arizona’s Pac-12 opener. The partisan fans weren’t going to …


  • Vandals can’t maintain edge in WAC opener

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The late-game misadventures, from the free-throw line and elsewhere, are mounting for the Idaho men’s basketball team. And they’re starting to overshadow some weighty individual achievements. The …


  • Blanchette: This Gaels beatdown deserved proper heckling

    So when does the first Kennel Clubber demand a tuition rebate? At the next tent campout, do they burn an effigy of Jamie Zaninovich’s schedule maker to stay warm? Surely …


  • Vandals’ late fade benefits UMKC

    The late-game misadventures, from the free-throw line and elsewhere, are mounting for the Idaho men’s basketball team. And they’re starting to overshadow some weighty individual achievements.

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