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Impact player: Idaho’s Victor Sanders

For the Vandals to overtake Weber State and Montana – the only teams that finished ahead of them in the Big Sky last season – Victor Sanders needs to make …

Ernie Kent, Don Verlin find common ground at Coaches vs. Cancer gala

Ernie Kent stole the show at the 15th Annual Coaches vs. Cancer Gala at the Spokane Convention Center last Saturday.

Vandals new and old ready for trip to China

Chris Sarbaugh planned on being halfway around the world by now. Ireland, Croatia, Germany, Italy – he had the European works of travel planned as a post-graduation present to himself. …

Idaho basketball team headed in China; Josh Hawkinson to Australia

The Idaho Vandals, who should be one of the favorites for the Big Sky in men’s basketball next season, will get a head start on the 2016-17 season by heading …

Q & A with Idaho president Chuck Staben

Athletics is often a great opportunity for students who otherwise might not have been able to afford the education they get. A lot of our students, that scholarship makes the …

Baylor shuts down Idaho’s long-range game in NCAA women’s opener

Idaho women’s head coach John Newlee knew the best chance of toppling top-seeded Baylor was excelling in what carried the Vandals all season long: domination from the 3-point line.

Analysis: Tournaments tough on local women’s teams, but numbers support selection committees

Want some March Madness? That was Jon Newlee on Selection Monday.

Travel-weary Vandals excited for CBI experience

Perrion Callandret threw his jersey over his face to hide the tears as teammates consoled him, this following Idaho’s 80-71 Big Sky tournament semifinal loss to Montana.

EWU to host Pepperdine, Idaho goes to Seattle for CBI

The season isn’t over for Eastern Washington and Idaho, who fell short of the NCAAs at last week’s Big Sky Tournament in Reno.

Montana shoots 65 percent, beats Vandals in Big Sky men’s semis

The Idaho Vandals picked the wrong time for a defensive letdown.

Idaho heats up in fourth quarter to defeat Eastern, move to Big Sky women’s finals

With a big game on the line in the fourth quarter, Idaho women’s basketball coach Jon Newlee went with his hot hand.

Eastern, Idaho women face off after thrilling wins in quarterfinals

Eastern Washington coach Wendy Schuller and Jon Newlee of Idaho aren’t sure they can take much more excitement.

Eagles hope to avoid being stung by Hornets

The race is on at the Big Sky Conference women’s basketball tournament, and Eastern Washington doesn’t intend to be left behind.

Eagles, Vandals ready for Big Sky tournaments

It’s full-speed ahead on the Road to Reno.

Elle Tinkle stays positive, hopes for medical redshirt

She wore heels instead of sneakers, but Elle Tinkle still managed a slam dunk on Senior Night at Gonzaga.

Eagles have 20 wins, Big Sky title in sight

The Eastern Washington women have a lot to play for in the next two weeks, including a 20-win season and a shot at the Big Sky Conference title.

Christina Salvatore puts the zip in surprising Vandals

At first glance, a mid-December trip to Cancun seemed the perfect opportunity for the Idaho women’s basketball team to chill out.

Oakesdale girls eliminate St. John-Endicott

Jacey Johnson finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds, Logan Reed scored 12 and Lindsey Lindgren added 11 points, five rebounds and five assists to help the Oakesdale Nighthawks hold …

Here’s the ‘skinny’ on the Vandals’ Ty Egbert

Ty Egbert might be getting tired of people pointing out his weight. You see, Egbert is what you would call skinny. He’s well aware of it.

Four corners: Vandals out for weekend sweep

The race for a first-round bye in the Big Sky Conference tournament is on. Seven teams are within two games of two of the top four spots, behind Montana and …

Four Corners: Vandals fighting injury bug

A patch of sidewalk ice has the potential to derail Idaho’s season.

Victor Sanders, Idaho’s leading scorer, out with broken hand

Victor Sanders, Idaho’s leading scorer this season, will miss three to seven weeks due to a broken hand, head coach Don Verlin revealed on Tuesday.

Four corners: Idaho Vandals

It’ll be a second weekend in a row without starting point guard Perrion Callandret for the Vandals.

Four corners: Idaho

After spending nearly a month away from home, the Vandals return to Cowan Spectrum to greet Northern Arizona and Southern Utah.

Idaho’s Perrion Callandret named Big Sky player of week

Idaho junior guard Perrion Callandret has been named the Big Sky Conference player of the week, the league office announced Monday.

Boatwright helps USC pull away from Idaho 74-55

Bennie Boatwright and Katin Reinhardt scored 17 points apiece, and Southern California pulled away in the second half for a 74-55 win over Idaho on Monday night.

Vandals rally past North Texas, 65-63

A 6-0 run to close the game gave Idaho (3-1) the 65-63 win over North Texas (2-1) in the opening day of the Mean Green Showcase.

At Idaho, four vie to replace playmaker Mike Scott

Two things have remained constant for Idaho men’s basketball since Don Verlin took the helm of the program in 2008.

Idaho men’s basketball schedule

Idaho men’s basketball schedule

Pat Ingram: Big shoes to fill

If Pat Ingram can follow in the footsteps of other point guards to join Idaho out of a junior college then he should be thrilled. In fact, the guy he …