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Wallace Enjoys Homecoming Ricks Sophomore Hammers Cardinals As Nic Drops Doubleheader, 6-0 And 6-3

Eric Wallace reacquainted himself with home - and home plate - on Friday afternoon. The former Coeur d’Alene High baseball standout swatted three home runs - two line shots and …

Idaho Moving Quickly To Fill Basketball Post

At least two candidates for the vacant University of Idaho men’s basketball head coaching job are expected to interview today. Vandals’ assistant coach Dave Farrar and Stanford assistant Doug Oliver …

Wolf Has Zags’ Number: It’s Zero; Waves Win 8-0

Pepperdine’s Steve Zorn is thrown out by GU’s Brandan Hare, but the Waves had too much for the Bulldogs in 8-0 win Friday. Photo by Dan Pelle/The Spokesman-Review

Cougs Look Respectable In Defeat

There was free coffee Tuesday night at Bailey Field, presumably to help keep spectators from freezing and not nodding off. Washington State baseball fans have often needed artificial stimulants during …

Lcsc Wins Championship

Perennial NAIA baseball power Lewis-Clark State College scored seven runs during a messy second inning Sunday on the way to a 13-2 victory over Gonzaga University that allowed the Warriors …

Hornets’ Hargrove Hammers Cougars In 17-5 Win

Harvey Hargrove singled, doubled and hit a home run to account for four runs in Cal-State Sacramento’s 17-5 win over Washington State in a non-conference baseball game Monday at Hornet …

Gonzaga’s Blood Leader Of The Pac

Gonzaga University pitcher Darin Blood was named the Pac-10 North’s player of the year on Wednesday. But as he sat in his parents’ home in Post Falls, one of his …