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Higher than Eastern Washington's expectations was senior guard Jacob Davison's vertical leap Wednesday, the first day of the defending Big Sky Conference champion's practice.
Not only did EWU chip away at its latest double-digit deficit to force overtime, ultimately beating Northern Colorado 89-84 at Reese Court on Monday to gain sole possession of second place in the Big Sky Conference standings, it won a game it appeared to have lost.
For the third time in nine months, EWU made an appearance on ESPN SportsCenter’s “Top 10 Plays of the Day” segment while also generating hundreds of thousands of views on popular sports websites and social media accounts.
Austin McBroom’s world is overflowing – with fame, fortune and lately a few hundred gallons of water.
SWX's Rob Jesselson talks with Mason Peatling ahead of the Big Sky Tournament, as the Eagles look to clinch a spot in the NCAA Tournament.
Jessica McDowell-White threw the ball off a defenders back and made the go-ahead bucket with under 3 seconds left for Eastern Washington, as the Eagles advance to their first-ever Big Sky Championship game.
Eastern Washington forward Mason Peatling made one thing clear following the Eagles’ 82-57 rout of Idaho on Monday: He isn’t fond of the Vandals. “We’ve got a little bit of a rivalry with them, and it’s natural to hate them. I don’t have any shame in saying that,” said Peatling, whose team won its seventh straight game at Reese Court. He played like it.
On Feb. 2, Tyler Harvey scored 58 points for the NBA G-League’s Memphis Hustle at Iowa.
Jacob Davison scored a career-high 41 points Monday night in Eastern Washington’s 82-64 win over Northern Arizona, EWU's fifth victory in six contests.
Dominic Green hit seven 3-pointers and scored a career-high 25 points, David Crisp added 14 points and Washington cruised past Eastern Washington 83-59 on Tuesday night.
Five years ago, Sir Washington somehow made it through high school, despite every obstacle life placed in his way. Two years later, he overcame injury and was on the court for Eastern Washington in the NCAA basketball tournament and played one of the best games of his career.
Perhaps it was the proverbial seven-year itch to do something different, or a chance to spend more weekends with my wife. Either way, I’m now the K-12 education reporter for The Spokesman-Review and no longer covering Eastern Washington University sports.
Eastern Washington has added a high-scoring guard from Southern California, coach Shantay Legans announced Tuesday.
New Eastern Washington University athletic director Lynn Hickey will earn $178,566 annually during the course of a five-year contract signed last week. Hickey, who served as interim athletic director beginning Feb. 12, was hired full-time last week by university president Mary Cullinan.
Lynn Hickey has a resume as big as Texas. For better than four decades, she’s coached big-time women’s basketball, helped lead the athletic department at one of the biggest schools in the land, then built another tradition from the ground up.
Bogdan Bliznyuk is doing his best to follow in the footsteps of former Eastern Washington teammate Jake Wiley.
Austin Fadal can do a little of everything, and next year he’ll be doing it at Eastern Washington.
After six weeks on the job, Eastern Washington interim athletic director Lynn Hickey said she’s “very impressed” with the quality of people in her department.
Former Eastern Washington men’s basketball star Bogdan Bliznyuk is making the most of his opportunities.
With the season over, you’d think Eastern Washington basketball coach Shantay Legans could relax. Not so fast – his wife Tatjana is due soon with their second child.