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Peter Harriman

Stories by Peter Harriman

Current Position: Reporter

Peter Harriman is a freelance correspondent who covers the University of Idaho football team and men's basketball team.

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Sports >  Idaho football

Vandals’ Collin Sather diagnosed with advanced kidney cancer

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 20, 2019

No one should have to learn it like this, but Collin Sather, who said in high school “the most important thing to me is to be a coachable player,” is finding being a team member works both ways. The University of Idaho redshirt freshman wide receiver began experiencing stomach pains Jan. 17 and has been diagnosed with advanced kidney cancer. The UI football program and university administrators have rallied to support him.

Sports >  Idaho basketball

Vandal men breeze to 54-point victory

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 27, 2018

After Walla Walla University canceled its season and dropped out of a date with Idaho, the Vandals were able to fill the schedule vacancy on short notice with West Coast Baptist College, from Lancaster, California.
Sports >  WSU basketball

Robert Franks, tough defense help Cougars hold off Cal Poly

UPDATED: Mon., Nov. 19, 2018

As a lead that had reached 31 points melted to 12 late in the second half, it highlighted what a different team Washington State is without Robert Franks on the floor. But the Cougars drew the line there and held off Cal Poly for an 84-70 win Monday, which put a spotlight, as well, on what coach Ernie Kent believes is a special defensive unit.
Sports >  Idaho basketball

Vandals pick up first win by beating Bethesda 87-59

If Idaho did not exactly play down to Bethesda, it was certainly not pushed to lofty heights by the 0-5 Flames from the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference of the National Christian College Athletic Association. Nonetheless, the Vandals pretty much did what they were supposed to do against an overmatched opponent in picking up the season’s first win, 87-59, Sunday in Memorial Gym.