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Area roundup: North Idaho men heat up in second half

Keon Lewis led six players in double figures with 15 points Wednesday as North Idaho rolled to a 76-53 nonconference men’s basketball win over host Columbia Basin at Pasco. Lewis …


WSU’s Tschida places third in NCAA women’s javelin

Washington State’s Marissa Tschida took third in the women’s javelin Thursday at the NCAA outdoor track and field championships in rainy and windy Des Moines, Iowa. The national leader coming …


Wild weather, fast times highlight NCAA track

DES MOINES, Iowa – LSU’s Kimberlyn Duncan posted the second-fastest 200-meter time in the world this year, winning her heat in 22.39 seconds before storms halted competition at the NCAA …


CV graduate Layman sets sights on NCAA 800

Anna Layman came to Washington State with ambitions that seemed, well, as small as she is. “I sat in the coaches’ office and saw the posters with all the athletes …


Central Valley grad Layman eyes 800 prize

Anna Layman came to Washington State with ambitions that seemed, well, as small as she is.


In brief: Stricker enters final round at Memorial

Golf: Steve Stricker went from doing everything right to having just about everything go wrong as his lead was cut in half over the final five holes Saturday at the …


Huskies advance all five boats to Grand Finals

The Washington Huskies men advanced all five boats into today’s Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships Grand Finals after semifinal races on Friday in Cherry Hill, N.J. The Huskies’ varsity 4 and …


Whitworth’s Tonya Turner breaks school record in 3,000-meter steeplechase

Tonya Turner shattered a school record for the second straight day and Whitworth University claimed its first two All-Americans out of the NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships in …


Cougars’ Tschida wins women’s javelin at West preliminary

Marissa Tschida won the women’s javelin as the qualifying odyssey for the NCAA Track and Field Championships began with the West preliminary meet Thursday in Eugene, Ore. The Washington State …


Sasquatch sweep NWAACC meet

Gathering up equipment with two more championships in the books, the next head track coach at the Community Colleges of Spokane allowed how thrilled he was about his promotion. “But …


Eastern Washington women set standard at Big Sky meet

Erica Chaney won a second title and Eastern Washington’s women posted their highest finish at the Big Sky Conference track and field championships Saturday in Sacramento, Calif. The Spokane thrower …


Chaney breaks EWU shot mark

Erica Chaney broke the Eastern Washington record in the shot put and won her first Big Sky Conference title in the event as the conference track and field championships got …


Lucas Pope breaks Idaho’s outdoor pole vault record

Lucas Pope broke Idaho’s outdoor record in the pole vault and became Western Athletic Conference champion for the third time at the conference track and field meet Thursday in Honolulu. …


EWU’s Deyo focuses on others’ accomplishments

In her job in Eastern Washington University’s sports information office, there’s only one athlete Krystal Deyo finds it impossible to write about. Krystal Deyo.


Whitworth men take opening-day lead at NWC meet

Carter Comito and Alexander Hymel broke meet records Friday and defending men’s champion Whitworth jumped out to a substantial first-day lead at the Northwest Conference track and field championships in …


Roundup: Loyola Marymount ties Zags for first in WCC baseball

Alex Gillingham (6-2) worked 8 1/3 innings and Loyola Marymount jumped on Tyler Olson for five RBI doubles Saturday as the Lions (20-13, 4-1 West Coast Conference) moved back into …


Roberts sets WSU freshman record in steeplechase

Ruby Roberts set a Washington State University freshman record in the women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase Thursday, placing third in the Open A section at the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif. …


Blanchette: Idaho’s Pope soars in pole vaulting, more

Fair warning from Jason Graham: “This is going to sound silly.” Try us.


Idaho’s Pope perfects Superman act

Fair warning from Jason Graham: “This is going to sound silly.” Try us. “I attach superhero names to my athletes,” said the University of Idaho’s pole vault swami.


Multiple records fall at WAR IV meet at SFCC

WAR IV – the fourth installment of the Washington-against-the-region college track extravaganza at Spokane Falls Community College on Saturday – was the biggest yet. And undeniably the best.


Lewis and Clark product receives elite award at Williams College

Sean Hoffman, a sophomore forward on the Williams College men’s basketball team from Lewis and Clark, received a prestigious NCAA Elite 88 Award during the NCAA Division III Final Four …


Area update: Gonzaga baseball defeats No. 11 UC Irvine again

Tyler Olson (3-1) and Andy Hunter combined for a shutout and the Gonzaga Bulldogs (12-7-1) posted a 3-0 victory over the 11th-ranked UC Irvine Anteaters (14-5) on Saturday at Washington …


Area roundup: Gonzaga baseball wins twice in San Antonio

The Gonzaga Bulldogs rode a pair of masterful pitching performances to a nonconference doubleheader sweep – beating two teams – on Saturday in San Antonio. Marco Gonzales (2-2) tossed a …


Area roundup: Gonzaga’s Chism hits for cycle in victory

Tyler Chism hit for the cycle to propel the Gonzaga Bulldogs (6-7) to a 10-3 victory over the Minnesota Golden Golphers (5-6) in nonconference play Saturday on the campus of …


Scott-Ellis big for Cougars in triple jump and long jump

Stephan Scott-Ellis led Washington State with 14 points, taking third place in the triple jump (50 feet, 10 1/4 inches) and second in the in the long jump (24-4 3/4), …


Cougars’ Anderson sets pace in 400 hurdles

EUGENE, Ore. – Washington State junior Jeshua Anderson had the fastest time in the men’s 400-meter hurdles semifinals Wednesday during the first day of the NCAA Track and Field Championships …


Good fortune smiled upon Layman

The day before she left for the NCAA regional meet last week, Anna Layman went out for Chinese food. “Don’t tell my coach that,” she pleaded. “That’s our secret.”


Sasquatch pull off track sweep

Spencer Wordell ran the race of his still-young college career Tuesday at Spokane Falls, but he’ll never have a medal to show for it. Which will ultimately go down as …


CCS track sweeps conference titles

Spencer Wordell ran the race of his still-young college career Tuesday at Spokane Falls, but he’ll never have a medal to show for it. Which will ultimately go down as …


Clowe captures hammer for CCS

There was a time when Tyree Clowe regarded school as the old ball and chain – if he regarded it at all. Now it’s the ball and chain spinning him …