UPDATED: Thu., March 12, 2020
The North Idaho College women won their opening-round game last week against Lower Columbia at Everett Community College before the tournament was postponed.
Boise State's first baseball season in 40 years was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving several Spokane and Coeur d'Alene products wondering what might have been after a 9-5 start.
The Pacific Northwest Golf Association has canceled the remainder of its 2020 schedule – including tournaments at The Idaho Club and Palouse Ridge – due to the recent spike in coronavirus cases.
Riley Sine had a highly successful four-year running career at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington, that was capped by a stellar senior season.
Most devoted baseball fans in the state of Washington know John Olerud for his five-year stint with the Seattle Mariners – a stretch during which the helmeted first baseman won three MLB Gold Glove awards and contributed to one of the most successful regular season teams in the history of the game.
Bayley came up clutch with birdies on 17 and 18 Thursday at Toiyabe Golf Club in Washoe Valley, about 25 miles south of Reno, to take the title by two points and land a spot in the Barracuda Championship July 27-Aug. 2 in nearby Truckee, California.
When the MLB made the decision to truncate its draft raft from 40 rounds to five due to COVID-19, it only further aggravated the uncertainty of thousands of college baseball players still reeling from a season that felt like it ended before it really even started.
Katie Day made an impact in the West Coast Conference. And the conference has rewarded the Gonzaga tennis senior, naming her its 2020 #WCCRepresent winner.
It is early May, and Nidal Nasser, better known as Mama Im Dat Man, walks from the Blazer5 team house in Portland to the team’s training facility to get ready for a series with the Pacers.
A.J. Block wasn’t selected in the shortened Major League Baseball draft, but a professional career is still on the horizon for the left-handed pitcher from Washington State.
Back in 2004, a group of middle-aged men sat in a downtown Pullman coffeeshop to talk about forming a soccer team. They weren’t doing it for their kids. They were creating a team for themselves.
Anthony Gordon and Morgan Weaver were back in the spotlight last week.
It is simply not the case that Jim Fitzgerald has either attended or worked for every college and sports franchise between here and Seattle.