Before the Boise native committed to EWU last February, he was weighing preferred walk-on offers from Washington State and Boise State – as a wide receiver.
Big Sky Conference champion Eastern Washington earned a heap of honors on Tuesday
One of the best Big Sky Conference Tournament runs in Eastern Washington history was followed by one of its worst seasons.
Legans’ mother, 70-year-old Susan Legans, died on Wednesday due to health complications in the family’s hometown of Santa Barbara, California.
Eastern Washington’s three-pronged attack was one of the primary reasons it was expected to win the program’s fourth Big Sky Conference title, an October premonition by league coaches.
If EWU beats Weber State on Saturday in Cheney in the regular-season finale, it will wins the Big Sky Conference title outright and earn the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament.
Eastern Washington handled last-place Idaho State 100-75 on Saturday at Reese Court, earning at least a share of the league crown.
If Eastern Washington can end its regular season with a home sweep of two of the Big Sky Conference’s bottom-tier teams, the Eagles will have clinched at least a share of the league crown.
Mason Peatling added 20 points for the Eagles. Peatling also had 11 rebounds and three blocks.
Eastern Washington, currently in a three-way tie for first in the Big Sky Conference standings, was widely expected to be in this position.
Mason Peatling had 17 points and nine rebounds as Eastern Washington got past Southern Utah 69-51 on Thursday night.
Eastern Washington took care of the basketball and, as a result, took care of resurgent Northern Arizona.