Kayla Leland of Spokane, a seven-time All-American distance runner at Whitworth and six-time Academic All-American, was selected last week during the NCAA Convention as one of its 2021 Today’s Top 10 Award winners.
As the Washington State women celebrated one of the biggest wins in program history, Charlisse Leger-Walker was in the middle of the mob.
Gina Marxen scored 21 points and dished out four assists as Idaho bounced back for a 74-57 victory over Northern Colorado on Saturday in Greeley, Colorado.
Jordan Sanders had a season-high 24 points, Endyia Rogers scored nine of her 16 points in overtime, and Southern California beat No. 25 Washington State 81-77 on Saturday night.
Micayla Isenbart hit a jumper with 1 second remaining as Northern Colorado upset Idaho 63-61 Thursday in Greeley, Colorado.
The Washington Spirit's selection of Washington State freshman Trinity Rodman with the second overall pick in the National Women's Soccer League draft Wednesday was notable for two major reasons.
Four current Spokane Chiefs players will get a chance to play elsewhere as they await a firm restart plan from the Western Hockey League, the team announced on Wednesday.
Coach Todd Shulenberger and Washington State hoped Trinity Rodman would take the Cougars’ accomplished women’s soccer program to another stratosphere.
Charlisse Leger-Walker continues to make a name for herself in Pac-12 women’s basketball.
Maisie Burnham scored 17 points, Aaliyah Alexander notched a double-double and the Eastern Washington women won their fourth consecutive Big Sky game with a 71-59 victory over Weber State on Saturday in Cheney.
Before the grand old sports banquet was consigned to Spokane's reliquary, Tommy Lasorda returned in February 1992 to regale the adults with a few gags in the evening and proselytize education to the teens at the afternoon.
The Western Hockey League announced Friday the WHL Board of Governors have made a commitment to play a WHL 2020-21 Regular Season.
The Washington women’s basketball team has been put on pause due to recent COVID-19 developments that wiped out Friday’s game against No. 7 Arizona and forced the Huskies to call off next week’s trip to Los Angeles and postpone games at USC and UCLA.
Tommy Lasorda, the fiery Hall of Fame manager who guided the Los Angeles Dodgers to two World Series titles after managing a 1970 Spokane Indians team often called the greatest in minor league history, has died. He was 93.
According to a report by Baseball America, Major League Baseball sent a memo to minor league teams on Monday informing them that the 2021 minor league season at Double-A and the Class A levels will be delayed.
The Washington women’s basketball team had another game postponed – the third this season – due to COVID-19 protocols, but this time developments within the Huskies’ program forced the game to be called off.
The Washington State women will play host to No. 1 Stanford on Jan. 27 to make up for the postponed Dec. 8 contest between the schools. A game time wasn’t announced.
Back when indoor track had a pulse and a national audience – and this was 50 years ago – the Oregon Indoor in Portland was an important stop where the longer races would draw legends both made and in the making: Steve Prefontaine, Jim Ryun, Gerry Lindgren and Frank Shorter, among others.
While the Western Hockey League continues to wait for a potential start to its season, a few of its best young players are isolated in Edmonton, Alberta, for the World Junior tournament.
Mayowa forced a late strip-sack of 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard as the Seahawks held onto a 19-16 lead, preserving the NFC West win.
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