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Petrino likes Vandals’ speed

MOSCOW, Idaho – It was just one play on the second day of spring practice. Still, it had to be tantalizing to Idaho football coach Paul Petrino and his offensive …


Idaho women win WAC, return to NCAA tournament

LAS VEGAS – The new shirts and hats worn by the Idaho women’s basketball team. The white “WAC Tournament Champions” sign brought into the postgame interview room by tournament MVP …


Vandals come up one win shy of NCAA tourney

LAS VEGAS – Like so many eager travelers before them the Idaho men’s basketball team came to Las Vegas with small odds and big dreams. With a record that won’t …


Idaho women repeat as WAC champions

Stacey Barr had 28 points, including 11 in the final three minutes to lead Idaho over Seattle in the Western Athletic Conference tournament championship game 75-67 on Saturday and an …


Vandals stand in second place at WAC championships

Rachel Millet (Ferris High) won the 200-yard individual medley, Erica Anderson (Moscow) added a win in the 50 freestyle and Mairin Jameson was tops in the 3-meter diving competition to …


Roadrunners top UI with 2nd-half surge

Brandon Barnes and Aly Ahmed scored 16 points apiece and combined for 23 rebounds Thursday as Cal State Bakersfield (10-14, 3-7) defeated Idaho 76-67 at Bakersfield, Calif., for its first …


Area women: Gonzaga women notch 13th consecutive win

Haiden Palmer led three players in double figures with 16 points Thursday and 15th-ranked Gonzaga moved closer to the West Coast Conference title with its 13th consecutive victory, 66-48 at …


Women’s basketball roundup: EWU stops Montana with balanced scoring

All five starters scored in double figures and the Eastern Washington women’s basketball team led from start to finish and beat Montana 71-61 in a Big Sky Conference game Saturday …


Locally: Idaho’s Charlston honored for academics

Alyssa Charlston, a senior post player on the University of Idaho women’s basketball team, was named to the Capitol One Academic All-District 7 Division I first team by the College …


Area women’s basketball: Barr’s big day guides first-place Vandals

Stacey Barr led five players in double figures with 23 points Saturday as Idaho continued to lead the way in the Western Athletic Conference with a 96-69 win over Cal …


Area roundup: Three players reach 20 points in EWU women’s win

Hayley Hodgins scored a career-high 26 points Thursday, shooting 10 of 16 from the floor including 5 of 6 on 3-pointers, as Eastern Washington cruised to a 92-68 win over …


Bulldogs relish WCC competition

Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves said it’s too early to read much in the league standings, but he prefers having every conference game turn into a grudge match. Coming …


Chicago State slips past Vandals

MOSCOW, Idaho – Stephen Madison flew into the Idaho bench to chase down a loose ball, Mike Scott knifed into the lane for two crafty buckets and, finally, the Vandals’ …


College basketball: Eastern women top Weber State with late run

Sophomore Hayley Hodgins knocked down five 3-pointers en route to a season-high 22 points and the Eastern Washington Eagles (5-6, 1-1) used a 15-4 run late in the second half …


Vandals can’t maintain edge in WAC opener

MOSCOW, Idaho – The late-game misadventures, from the free-throw line and elsewhere, are mounting for the Idaho men’s basketball team. And they’re starting to overshadow some weighty individual achievements. The …


Vandals’ late fade benefits UMKC

The late-game misadventures, from the free-throw line and elsewhere, are mounting for the Idaho men’s basketball team. And they’re starting to overshadow some weighty individual achievements.


Area roundup: Showler resigns at Idaho women’s soccer coach

Pete Showler, the longest-tenured coach in program history, resigned as Idaho’s women’s soccer coach on Thursday, athletic director Rob Spear announced. Showler, the Vandals’ coach since 2005, is leaving to …


Hill’s career effort sparks Idaho men

DAVIS, Calif. – Connor Hill had a career-high 29 points and Glen Dean scored all of his 18 points in the second half as Idaho defeated UC Davis 80-76 Saturday …


New Mexico State tops Idaho to avoid cellar

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Andrew McDonald threw for two touchdowns as New Mexico State avoided the FBS-Independent cellar by beating Idaho 24-16 on Saturday. Idaho and New Mexico State, both …


BYU pulls away from WSU women in final minutes

Jennifer Hamson scored eight of her 20 points during the final 3 minutes, 40 seconds Tuesday night as host BYU broke from a 63-all tie to defeat Washington State 80-73 …


Vandals fall just shy of WAC title match

Desiree Scott and Stephanie Ziegler had 18 kills apiece Tuesday night as top-seeded New Mexico State (21-10) rallied past fourth-seeded Idaho 27-29, 26-24, 26-28, 25-12, 15-12 at the Western Athletic …


Vandals check in, get knocked out by FSU

The Vandals were little match for the nation’s second-ranked team, Florida State, on Saturday as Idaho absorbed a lopsided 80-14 road loss at Doak Campbell Stadium.


Vandals hang on to defeat N. Texas

Stephen Madison scored 25 points to lead Idaho past North Texas 87-76 on Friday in the Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament at Portland.


Vandals play Northern Illinois in home opener

NIU at IdahoKickoff: 2 p.m. at Kibbie Dome Records: NIU 1-0; UI 0-2 Radio: 1080-AM Overview: The Vandals open their home schedule with the best nonconference team to come …


North Texas rolls past Idaho

DENTON, Texas – Derek Thompson threw for 349 yards and two touchdowns in North Texas University’s dominating 40-6 victory over Idaho in the season opener for both teams Saturday. Thompson …


Chalich makes claim as Vandals’ starter

MOSCOW, Idaho – Chad Chalich has sidestepped most questions the last two weeks about how he’s performed as Idaho’s de facto No. 1 quarterback. But since the first practice of …


Chalich impressive in Vandals’ scrimmage

Chad Chalich has sidestepped most questions the last two weeks about how he’s performed as Idaho’s de facto No. 1 quarterback. Instead, he’s talked about his offensive line, his receivers, …


Vandals’ Bradley gets Petrino’s message

MOSCOW, Idaho – Paul Petrino looked over his right shoulder and noticed that one of the stars of Idaho’s first fall scrimmage was listening. Right then, the first-year Vandals coach …


Vandal hits fire safety House

A vandal smashed windows and tore up a special trailer used to teach Spokane children about fire safety. Perhaps worse was the damage to a small picture Tuesday evening. Beneath …


Idaho’s Barr played for grandma during MVP effort

The day Stacey Barr accepted the Western Athletic Conference tournament’s Most Valuable Player award would have been Bev Loveday’s 68th birthday.