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    Whitworth start 2017-18 campaign with 87-59 win over Whittier

    The Pirates start the 2017-18 campaign 1-0, while the Poets fell to 0-1. Grace Douglas led Whitworth with 21 points and 5 assists.

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    Whitworth men's basketball welcomes Gallaudet University to the Fieldhouse

    The entire team and coaching staff is either deaf or hard of hearing, with the exception of the equipment manager who serves as the team's interpreter. Despite what some might think is a disadvantage, the Bison are a successful basketball program.

  • The MSU equipment team: the unsung heroes of game day

    Tucked in the south tunnel of the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse sit the unsung heroes of the Montana State game day experience, the Bobcat equipment team.

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    College scores 31 as Whitworth rolls past Gallaudet 92-56

    Ben College scored a career-high 31 points to lead Whitworth University to a 92-56 win over visiting Gallaudet University in a non-conference men's basketball game on Friday night in the Whitworth Fieldhouse.

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    Eagles fall short in 4th, losing to BYU 73-69

    Both Violet Kapri Morrow and Uriah Howard led the Eagles in double figures, setting new career highs. Morrow posted 25 points and led the team with 11 rebounds for her first career double-double.

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    Cougars advance to 3rd round of NCAA Tournament after beating Tennessee in Pk's

    For the first time in Washington State soccer history, the Cougs (10-7-4) pushed their way into the third round of the NCAA Championships after advancing past #20 Tennessee (15-4-2) on penalty kicks, 3-1.

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    Huskies lose overtime thriller to Seattle U in NCAA Tournament opener

    Washington's season came to a crushing end in the first round of the 2017 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament as Seattle U's goal eight minutes into overtime gave the Redhawks a 3-2 victory.

  • Former Player Turned Doctor Helps Grizzlies

    Griz Senior linebacker Connor Strahm will be playing in his final Brawl of the Wild this Saturday. One reason Strahm is able to be on the field is Doctor Larry Stayner who surgically repaired both of Strahm’s shoulders. “My first one was pretty scary, he kind of had to talk me through it a little and he had to talk me through the anesthesia,” said Strahm. “I actually do remember that him being on the operating room table and me coming in and him being ner...

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    UW announces 2018 football schedule

    The UW opens the season Sept. 1 vs. Auburn at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta and then return home the following Saturday to play North Dakota.

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    WSU football announces 2018 football schedule

    The Pac-12 Conference has released its 2018 football schedule and Washington State will host seven games in Martin Stadium for the third-straight year.

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    WSU gets 1st win of season beating USF 74-70

    Down eight midway through the second half, the Cougs (1-2) showed off their high-powered offense with a 14-2 run in the fourth quarter to escape the Hilltop at San Francisco (1-1) with a 74-70 win.

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    WSU cruises to a 75-59 win over Seattle U

    Carter Skaggs had 26 points and seven rebounds, and Viont'e Daniels added 17 points as Washington State beat Seattle University 75-59 on Wednesday night.

  • Brawl of the Wild: Offensive Breakdown

    Live in Bozeman, our sports department of Shaun Rainey, Ben Wineman, and Kyle Sherman go offensive position by offensive position to see which team, the Montana Grizzlies, or the Montana State Bobcats, have the advantage. We talk about quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and the big uglies, the offensive linemen. 

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    Whitworth beats La Verne 95-73 in midnight opener

    Jordan Lester scored 26 points in his Whitworth debut and Ben College added 18 points for the Pirates, who earned their fifth straight season-opening victory. 

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    Mata’afa named Walter Camp Player of the Year Semifinalist

    Mata'afa leads the Pac-12 Conference and is third in the country with 21.5 tackles-for-loss while his 9.5 sacks also pace the conference and are tied for fifth-most in the nation.

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    Eagles upset Stanford winning 67-61

    In just the third game of Legans' short head coaching career, the Eastern Washington University men's basketball team pulled off one of the biggest victories in school history by beating Stanford 67-61 Tuesday.

  • No. 17 Gonzaga gets their 2nd win of year

    Gonzaga moves to 2-0 on season after 106-69 win over Howard

    Gonzaga made 14 of 35 from 3-point range and outrebounded the smaller Bison 51-33. Gonzaga shot 57 percent for the game.

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    Gonzaga's Williams named to Wooden Award Preseason Top 50

    Williams was recently named to the Naismith Trophy Watch List. He is two points shy of reaching the 1,000-point plateau in his career.

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    Gonzaga names Paul Meehan Gonzaga's men’s soccer head coach

    Meehan spent the past five seasons as a GU assistant coach, helping lead the Zags to top-25 national rankings in each of the past two seasons.

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    Kolste named NWC offensive MVP, 14 Pirates honored

    Northwest Conference football coaches have selected Whitworth senior quarterback Ian Kolste as the 2017 NWC Offensive Player of the Year, headlining a list of 14 Pirate players named to the 2017 All-NWC Football Team, which was released today by the conference office.

  • Sherwood, Sanders lead Idaho to first win

    They took a few minutes to get going, but once they did the Idaho Vandals rolled to a 101-62 win over George Fox in Memorial Gym on Monday night. 

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    Zags go cold in season opening loss at Colorado State

    The Gonzaga Bulldogs opened their season falling 65-49 at Colorado State on Monday night in Fort Collins, Colo.

  • Super 8 Plays of the Week 11/13

    Check out this week's top plays from State Volleyball, college hoops, and the high school football semifinals.

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    Eags open long road trip with 79-69 loss at UW

    Eastern's defensive effort was good enough to win.  But 11 missed free throws and 40 percent shooting by the Eagles helped the University of Washington survive for a 79-69 victory over the Eastern Washington University men's basketball team Sunday.

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    Cougs need OT to edge Texas Southern in opener

    Robert Franks had 25 points and 11 rebounds before fouling out in regulation, Malachi Flynn added 19 points and eight assists, and Washington State beat Texas Southern 86-84 in overtime on Sunday.

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    Saint Mary's sends WSU women to 0-2 start

    MORAGA, Calif. – A big third quarter run proved to be the difference on the day as Washington State (0-2) fell on the road at Saint Mary's (1-1), 81-75, Sunday afternoon at McKeon Pavilion.

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    WSU beats Utah 33-25 to move to 9-2 on season

    The No. 19 Washington State Cougars force seven turnovers in a 33-25 win over Utah on Saturday. Washington State (9-2, 6-2) are one win away from winning the Pac-12 North and playing in the conference championship game.

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    Whitworth rolls Willamette in football finale

    The Pirates finish 8-2 overall and 5-2 in the NWC.  Whitworth has 25 wins over the last three seasons, tying the 2006-08 teams for second-most wins in a three-year stretch in school history

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    Eastern beats North Dakota 21-14 in Eric Barriere’s first start

    The No. 19/21 Eastern Washington University football team had huge contributions by its defense, punter Jordan Dascalo and running back Sam McPherson as the Eagles beat North Dakota Saturday.

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    Eagles fall in 2OT to USC as season comes to end

    The No. 14 Eastern Washington University soccer team battled No. 3 Southern California to a double-overtime contest in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.

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    Whitworth falls to Montana 72-60 in exhibition game

    Jordan Lester scored 18 points to help visiting Whitworth challenge the University of Montana before falling 72-60 to the NCAA Division I Grizzlies on Friday night at Dahlberg Arena.

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    Vandals fall to Nevada 88-64

    Idaho got it to within five with 11:42 to play on a jumper by Nate Sherwood, but Nevada would get hot from there, pulling away in the final minutes for the 88-64.

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    Eagles women's basketball drops season opener to Fresno State

    The Eastern Washington University women's basketball team opened up the 2017-18 campaign on Friday night (Nov. 10) at Fresno State. The Eagles were unable to top the Bulldogs, falling by a score of 81-56.

  • Friday Night Sportscast 11-10-17

    Sentinel takes on Billings Senior with a trip to the state title game on the line for football. In volleyball it's the same matchup between the Spartans and Senior. Ennis advances to the Class C title game while Belgrade falters. It's also the start of the college basketball season as the Griz host Whitworth and the Cats play Omaha in Great Falls. We preview the Montana and Montana State football games for Saturday. 

  • Perkins Shot 6-10 from 3-point range.

    No. 18 Gonzaga gets 1st win of year over Texas Southern 97-69

    Perkins made 6 of 10 from 3-point range as the Bulldogs won the season opener for both teams. He had 15 points in the first half, when Gonzaga built a 21-point lead over the Tigers that they could not overcome.

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    Vandals shoot lights out in 83-69 win over Colorado State

    Idaho tied the school-record with 18 3-point field goals, handing the defending Mountain West Conference regular-season champions a 83-69 loss.

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    Postseason play begins for Cougars Saturday at No. 8 UCF

    The Cougs and the Knights have played just once prior with UCF winning 2-0 at the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic in 2011.

  • Head Coach Shantay Legans gets 1st win with Eagles

    Eagles get 1st win of season beating Walla Walla 82-61

    The head coaching career for Shantay Legans got off to a defensive-minded start, as the Eastern Washington University men's basketball team officially opened the 2017-18 season with an 82-61 victory over Walla Walla University from Walla Walla.

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    Eagles to play conference foe North Dakota Saturday

    A year after both schools went undefeated to share the Big Sky Conference football title and were picked to finish 1-2 this year as well, Eastern Washington University will play for its postseason life this Saturday.

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    Johnathan Williams named to Naismith Trophy Watch List

    Williams averaged 10.2 points and 6.4 rebounds per game last season. He made 59 percent of his shots from the field, including 40 percent from behind-the-arc (16-of-40).

  • The Griz ROTC "Boom Crew"

    Since 1989, it’s made fans at Washington-Grizzly jump out of their seats. “It’s small, so you would think that it wouldn’t give that much of a punch, but it can give a pretty good boom.” says Patrick Loynd, a junior ROTC member. This artillery crew enjoys when the Griz score as much as the fans do. “You get to work with a cannon, and make stuff go boom, it’s a great experience” laughs sophomore Chris Blaser. The Boom Crew uses a cann...

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    Gonzaga opens regular season Friday vs. Texas Southern

    The Zags have won 13 straight regular season-openers dating back to a 73-66 loss to Saint Joseph’s in the 2003 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in New York City.

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    Bogdan Bliznyuk named to Lou Henson Award Watch List

    Bliznyuk was named to the preseason All-Big Sky team, and is one of 10 returning players for EWU, which opens its season Friday (Nov. 10) at 1:05 p.m. against Walla Walla.

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    2017-18 season begins on Friday for Eagles

    Under 17th year head coach Wendy Schuller, the Eagles return three starters from a team that went 19-14 overall last season

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    Cougars open 2017-18 season against UC Davis

    In a rematch of their WNIT 3rd round game from a season ago, the Cougs hit the road to take on UC Davis to open the 2017-18 season.

  • Lady Griz Sting Yellowjackets in final Exhibition

    MISSOULA-- Madi Schoening scored 19 points and Hailey Nicholson came alive after a quiet exhibition opener to add 14 as Montana defeated Black Hills State 70-46 on Tuesday night at Dahlberg Arena in the Lady Griz’ second and final exhibition game. Montana opens its season on Monday at Wyoming. With Sierra Anderson added to the list of injured players -- Anderson, Taylor Goligoski, Kayleigh Valley and Alycia Harris, plus Caitlin Lonergan, who didn’t play, would make ...

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    Eagles to play USC in NCAA Tournament for 2nd straight year

    The rematch will take place in Los Angeles on Nov. 11 at noon. EWU earned a No. 14 seed and received an automatic bid after winning the Big Sky Conference Tournament title for the second year in a row.

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    Falk named Davey O’Brien Award semifinalist

    Falk is one of 16 quarterbacks named a semifinalist for the award given annually to the best college quarterback and is the nation's oldest and most prestigious national quarterback award.

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    Zag Trio Earns Postseason All-WCC Recognitions

     Gonzaga women's soccer players Madeline Gotta, India Jencks and Jordan Thompson earned All-West Coast Conference postseason honors Tuesday.

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    Three Cougars earn Pac-12 All-Conference honors

    Ella Dederick and Morgan Weaver were named to the third team while Elyse Bennett was awarded all-freshman team honors.

  • Press Pass Pullman: Week 10

    The Washington State Cougars are 8-2 on the season but Press Pass Pullman is undefeated. Mike Leach is back for another episode, featuring Luke Falk memories, targeting rule breakdowns, and speed traps in Iowa. In the 'Fan Question of the Week,' Coach Leach talks about his favorite mascots in the country, and his favorite might surprise you. Theo Lawson of the Spokesman-Review also joins the show with slightly less emphatic opinions on mascots and a little bit of football talk.
  • Super 8 Plays of the Week 11/6

    Playoff football and volleyball make for an exciting Super 8 Plays of the Week!

  • ‘Jackets Pull Away from Bears in Preseason Finale

    The Montana State University Billings women’s basketball team rolled to a 71-48 exhibition win at the Fortin Center on the campus of RMC Monday night.

  • Grizzly Sports Report, 11-6-17

    On this weeks show Senior Wide Receiver turned QB Makena Simis joins host Shaun Rainey to talk about the gritty 17-15 win over Northern Arizona. Coach Bob Stitt talks about changing the offense without QB Gresch Jensen and what the win means to the team. Riley Corcoran has our call of the game and Ben Wineman recaps the rest of UM sports. 
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    EWU to face USC in NCAA Tournament for second straight season

    It's déjà vu all over again for the Eastern Washington University women's soccer team as they are headed to take on the No. 2 seeded University of Southern California at the NCAA Division I Soccer Tournament for the second year in a row.

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    WSU receives at-large bid to NCAA Tourney; will visit Central Florida

    Heading back to where they belong, the Washington State soccer team is postseason bound after being selected for an at-large bid to the 2017 NCAA Tournament Monday afternoon.

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    Eags make it back-to-back Big Sky tourney titles with 3-0 win over N. Colorado

    The Eastern Washington University women's soccer team was crowned the Big Sky Champions for the second year in a row with a 3-0 win over No. 3 Northern Colorado on Sunday.

  • Gonzaga Rolls in Exhibition Win Over College of Idaho

    by Gonzaga Athletics SPOKANE, Wash. - Killian Tillie paced the Gonzaga men's basketball team to a 96-67 season-opening exhibition victory over The College of Idaho in the McCarthey Athletic Center Saturday.   Tillie scored 20 of his game-high 28 points in the first half. He finished a perfect 11-for-11 from the field, including 3-of-3 from behind-the-arc. The sophomore added four rebounds and four steals off of the bench.   Tillie was one of five Zags that finished in doubl...
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