The Spokesman-Review Newspaper
Playing well at the Big Sky Tournament has become something of a tradition recently for the Eastern Washington men’s basketball team.
Expecting high-pressure defense from Portland State, the Eastern Washington men’s basketball team got its fill of it on Saturday.
Eastern Washington has built its identity this season as a team that doesn’t want to rely on any one scorer; the Eagles would rather work the ball around to the open shooter.
The process by which the Eastern Washington men’s basketball staff recruited Ethan Price was, in David Riley’s estimation, a unique one.
As millions of Ukrainians find themselves under siege in their eastern European country, former Eastern Washington University basketball standout Bogdan Bliznyuk is safely away from the war in his native land.
A recent surge might not be enough for the Eastern Washington men’s basketball team to avoid playing on the first day of the Big Sky Tournament in two weeks.
By the end of the coming weekend, it is possible the Eastern Washington men’s basketball team could be locked into sixth place in the Big Sky Conference standings.
Idaho’s jack of all trades, Beyonce Bea, hit a season-high 26 points for the Vandals.
Rylan Bergersen hit a step-back jumper from just inside the arc to break an overtime tie with 4.3 seconds left, and Eastern held on to beat Montana State 88-86 on Thursday at Reese Court in Cheney.
It was nearly a year ago that Steele Venters – and many of his Eastern Washington teammates – had a decision to make. Does he stay or does he go?