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  • Spokane Shadow prepare for first-place Shock

    The Spokane Shadow will host the first-place South Sound FC Shock in Evergreen Premier League play at 7 tonight at Spokane Falls Community College. The third-place Shadow (5-2-1) are three …


  • Give and Take: Blog matters

    A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog SportsLink at www.spokesman.com/ sportslink/ 1: While fans are sure to point out that the location is a lot …


  • Idaho women lose in first round to Louisville

    IOWA CITY, Iowa – When was asked to sum up her career at Idaho, senior Alyssa Charlston’s first reaction was to cry. Though Charlston and the Vandals fell well short …


  • Idaho women win WAC, return to NCAA tournament

    LAS VEGAS – The new shirts and hats worn by the Idaho women’s basketball team. The white “WAC Tournament Champions” sign brought into the postgame interview room by tournament MVP …


  • Vandals come up one win shy of NCAA tourney

    LAS VEGAS – Like so many eager travelers before them the Idaho men’s basketball team came to Las Vegas with small odds and big dreams. With a record that won’t …


  • Idaho women repeat as WAC champions

    Stacey Barr had 28 points, including 11 in the final three minutes to lead Idaho over Seattle in the Western Athletic Conference tournament championship game 75-67 on Saturday and an …


  • Hunsaker, Utah Valley cruise past UT-Pan Am

    Holton Hunsaker scored 24 points and top-seeded Utah Valley shot 70.5 percent as the Wolverines defeated eighth-seeded Texas- Pan American 83-63 Thursday in the Western Athletic Conference tournament in Las …


  • Madison leads Vandal men into WAC semifinals

    Stephen Madison scored 26 points and Sekou Wiggs 18 as No. 5 seed Idaho battled through 19 lead changes with fourth-seeded Missouri-Kansas City to claim a 73-70 victory in the …


  • Vandals men hope surge continues in WAC tournament

    MOSCOW, Idaho – If the Idaho Vandals break through in the quarterfinals of the WAC tournament for the first time and rip off a few postseason wins, they’ll probably look …


  • Vandal women recognize importance of WAC tournament

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho women’s basketball coach Jon Newlee has said it for years, and he said it again this week. The regular-season champion of each conference should be rewarded …


  • Vandal women recognize importance of WAC tournament

    Idaho women’s basketball coach Jon Newlee has said it for years, and he said it again this week. The regular-season champion of each conference should be rewarded with an automatic …


  • Vandals’ Barr, Newlee collect major WAC women’s awards

    Idaho guard Stacey Barr is the Western Athletic Conference women’s basketball Player of the Year and Vandals coach Jon Newlee is the Coach of the Year. The league coaches vote …


  • Idaho rallies to beat UM-Kansas City

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Stephen Madison pumped in 26 points and Connor Hill added 24 more, including six 3-pointers, to propel Idaho to an 87-80 comeback win over Missouri-Kansas City …


  • Connor Hill paces Idaho to 79-76 win over Chicago State

    CHICAGO – Connor Hill paced Idaho with 27 points and hit two key free throws with seconds remaining to help Idaho edge Chicago State 79-76 on Thursday night. Idaho (13-17, …


  • Hill paces Idaho to win over Chicago State

    Connor Hill paced Idaho with 27 points and hit two key free throws with seconds remaining in helping Idaho edge Chicago State 79-76 on Thursday night.


  • Four corners: Idaho Vandals

    COMING UP: Tonight at Chicago State, 5; Saturday at UMKC, 7:35 p.m. OUTLOOK: The story for Idaho early in the season was its homecourt woes. But it hasn’t won away …


  • Idaho edged by Seattle, Umipig

    SEATTLE – Seattle U used a 36-28 rebounding advantage to pick up a 76-68 victory over Idaho in men’s basketball action Saturday night at Key Arena. The Vandals out-shot the …


  • WAC suspends two after brawl

    A wild postgame brawl following a contentious game between Utah Valley and New Mexico State highlighted the risks when fans and players collide. The Western Athletic Conference suspended New Mexico …


  • Idaho gets past Grand Canyon

    MOSCOW, Idaho – With 13 seconds left, Stephen Madison rose above the best rebounder in the WAC, stretched his arm as high as he could and came down with the …


  • Idaho gets past Grand Canyon

    Stephen Madison scored 34 points and Idaho avenged a loss to Grand Canyon earlier this season with an 83-77 win Saturday.


  • Roadrunners top UI with 2nd-half surge

    Brandon Barnes and Aly Ahmed scored 16 points apiece and combined for 23 rebounds Thursday as Cal State Bakersfield (10-14, 3-7) defeated Idaho 76-67 at Bakersfield, Calif., for its first …


  • Area women: Gonzaga women notch 13th consecutive win

    Haiden Palmer led three players in double figures with 16 points Thursday and 15th-ranked Gonzaga moved closer to the West Coast Conference title with its 13th consecutive victory, 66-48 at …


  • Cal State Bakersfield defeats Idaho

    Brandon Barnes and Aly Ahmed scored 16 points apiece and both pulled down double-digit rebounds as Cal State Bakersfield defeated Idaho 76-67 on Thursday night for the Roadrunners’ first Western …


  • Four corners: Idaho Vandals

    COMING UP: Tonight at Cal State Bakersfield, 7; Saturday at Utah Valley, 6 p.m. OUTLOOK: The trajectory of Idaho’s season – and its spot in the WAC standings – is …


  • Vandals work overtime to defeat UTPA

    MOSCOW, Idaho – After the final game of his career at Cowan Spectrum, a satisfying 70-63 win over Texas-Pan American in overtime, Stephen Madison was asked for his favorite memories …


  • Women’s basketball roundup: EWU stops Montana with balanced scoring

    All five starters scored in double figures and the Eastern Washington women’s basketball team led from start to finish and beat Montana 71-61 in a Big Sky Conference game Saturday …


  • Vandals work overtime to defeat Texas-Pan American

    Stephen Madison made a tie-breaking 3 and finished with 22 points as Idaho edged past Texas-Pan American 70-63 in overtime on Saturday night.


  • UI shows poise in rising up against Aggies

    MOSCOW, Idaho – Of the 1,105 fans at Cowan Spectrum on Thursday night, more than a few chuckled when Sim Bhullar – New Mexico State’s 7-foot-5, 355-pound center – moseyed …


  • Four corners: Idaho Vandals

    Coming up: Tonight vs. New Mexico State, 7; Saturday vs. Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. Outlook: When Idaho and New Mexico State met in early January, the Aggies were without 7-foot-5 …


  • Veteran Vandal women’s team on a roll

    Sometimes coaches throw out several combinations of players to find a crew that works together.


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