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SEATTLE – The Idaho women's basketball team dug itself out of a 14-point second half deficit to take a brief lead late, but Seattle U's Ashley Ward hit 15-foot jumper with 1.2 seconds left to give the Redhawks a 55-53 win in the regular-season finale for both
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It was only fitting that Carrie Ojeda would have the best game of her career on a day that was dedicated to her and her senior teammates, Jordan Schoening and Courtney Nolen.
Behind Ojeda's career-high 27 points, 12 rebounds and career-high five steals, the
The Whitworth baseball team is off to a fast start in Northwest Conference play.
The Pirates swept a doubleheader on Saturday at Merkel Field against the University of Puget Sound. Whitworth was able to win a close one in the opener, a 4-2 victory, and then broke the afternoon game open with an
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SAN ANTONIO – Washington State was swept by UTSA in a nonconference baseball doubleheader at Roadrunner Field, Saturday.
The Roadrunners (11-5) captured the opener 12-3 and won the nightcap 13-10. UTSA collected 29 hits in the twinbill while the Cougars (9-
Gonzaga is set to play in its seventh-straight West Coast Conference championship game Monday when they go up against San Diego at 1 p.m. (PT) on ESPNU.
The Zags earned their way to the title game by beating No. 4 seed BYU in the semifinals on Saturday. San Diego beat third-seeded Saint Mary's
By KEITH RIDLERAssociated Press
The Sportsman Channel says it's deeply saddened by the shooting death in northwestern Montana of one of its TV hosts who traveled the world in search of big game and shared his adventures on his program "A Rifleman's Journal."
The company in a statement early
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama has attended a basketball game for his younger daughter.
The White House says 11-year-old Sasha Obama's team had a game Saturday morning at a community center in Chevy Chase, Md., just outside Washington.
An avid basketball player himself, Obama served
By ARNIE STAPLETONAP Sports Writer
DENVER (AP) - The Chicago Blackhawks aren't about to mourn the end of their record points streak.
"We're proud of it, but it'll be nice to move on now," defenseman Duncan Keith said after the Blackhawks' 6-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche on Friday
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont newspaper defended itself Saturday against accusations of racism over a poster it published in support of a local sports team that read "fry Rice" in type associated with Chinese calligraphy, saying it meant no offense and simply wanted to play on words.
By JOSH LEDERMANAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Understated. Self-effacing. Nonthreatening. Refreshingly old-fashioned.
Don't let these cool descriptors from friends and colleagues fool you: As the vice president's chief of staff, Bruce Reed plays Mr. Fix-It, guiding Joe Biden's role