The issue of Native American mascots and imagery in sports was thrust into the headlines again over the summer when the Washington, D.C., NFL team decided to change the name of its team from a dictionary-defined slang term and removed all Native American terms and imagery from its branding.
Hear from Jory Thompson and Jeff Graham as they prepare to face off Friday.
For 39 years, her nameplate adorned an office door in the athletic department at Washington State University.
During what might be called “a slow news period” for area colleges, a couple of announcements out of the University of Idaho are noteworthy.
At each stage of his hockey career, Pat Falloon excelled as the new guy.
Hear from GFCC Head Coach Wes Ross on how the foundation is being built for GFCC football.
Hear from the Longhorns about their impressive start to the season.
The 2020 summer baseball season held more importance than normal for the 18 Cougars fortunate enough to land on offseason teams.
Milwaukee Brewers rookie and former Mt. Spokane star Drew Rasmussen's Major League debut was as strange as it was prosperous.
Pat Falloon was only 16 at the time, but he suspected then that the Spokane Chiefs were going through some financial hardships.
Hear from tournament organizer John Hayes on how the tournament is still able to take place this weekend.
The Spokane Chiefs announced on Tuesday that Adam Maglio will become the organization's 14th full-time head coach.
Former Gonzaga All-American Courtney Vandersloot, the starting point guard for the Chicago Sky, had a record-breaking week that earned the two-time WNBA All-Star a couple of honors.
Hear from the new leader of Providence men's soccer.
How will 2020 look for the Belt Huskies?
How will things go for the Great Falls Central Catholic Mustangs in 2020?
While most of the sports world grappled with how, when and if to return to play because of the coronavirus pandemic, Justin Van De Brake of the Washington State baseball team was in his own little bubble this summer in Battle Creek, Michigan.
He had broken his left arm in a mishap at church camp and was shackled with the standard wrist-to-elbow cast.
In his retirement, fate sent Dave Vaughn into a second career: recovery.
For coaches accustomed to meticulously plotting every aspect of their program from practice drills to travel itineraries, it’s yet another round of revisions as they await an official spring timeline. Welcome to college volleyball in 2020 … and soon to be 2021, though nothing in college sports seems certain in the age of coronavirus.
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