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The three-quarters-court press is nothing new for the Zags but they unveiled it with new personnel in a 116-61 rout over Lewis-Clark State College at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
The two freshmen forwards made 21 of 23 field-goal attempts and combined for 46 points, 18 rebounds and seven assists as the eighth-ranked Zags cruised to a 116-61 victory over the NAIA visitors from Lewiston.
Idaho romped to an 81-40 victory over Lewis-Clark State in an exhibition women’s basketball game Friday at Memorial Gym in Moscow.
Gonzaga’s already limited backcourt depth absorbed a blow Friday when the school announced that freshman guard Brock Ravet is taking an indefinite leave of absence from the program for personal reasons.
Idaho had no answer for LCSC’s Trystan Bradley. At 6-foot-8 he could shoot over guards and was accurate, connecting on 4 of 7 threes.
National title No. 19 was three measly outs away for the Lewis-Clark State baseball team.
Like the Bloomsday obsessives who like to run the course twice, Tyler Harvey reached one finish line Monday night and then started on another lap. Not two minutes after tipoff, Eastern Washington’s junior marksman lofted in the 3-pointer that gave him 184 for his career and a share of the school record.
By the end of the Eastern Washington's 87-81 victory over Lewis-Clark State on Reese Court, Tyler Harvey had eight 3-pointers and the school's career record.
Sekou Wiggs and Connor Hill each scored 13 points to lead host Idaho past Lewis-Clark State
Chad Miltenberger, a former Lewis-Clark State College baseball player and coach from Clarkston, will be inducted into the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame during ceremonies on Jan. 4, 2015, in Orlando, Florida. Miltenberger, who played for the Warriors in 1983 and 1984 during the program’s rise as a national powerhouse, is one of seven who will be inducted in the athlete category. He will join legendary coach Ed Cheff as the second Warrior in the baseball category in the NAIA shrine.
LEWISTON – Senior left-hander Anthony Gomez threw his second-complete game of the World Series against the Warriors, as No. 10 Cumberland (Tenn.) upended No. 2 Lewis-Clark State 3-0 to win the 2014 Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series championship. The title is the third all-time for the Bulldogs, who are the only No. 10 seed to ever win the title since seeding was established in 2003. “I knew it was going to be really tough,” said Cumberland head coach Woody Hunt. “Gomez pitched another terrific game for us. This team has a special make-up. We’ve grinded it out every tournament, with nothing coming easy to us. This is a gift from God and I thank him for the way this team came together.”