By GILLIAN FLACCUSAssociated Press
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - After a day of "odor surveillance" and other scent-based sleuthing, Southern California air quality investigators confirmed Tuesday what they had already expected - that a pungent, rotten-egg aroma that stretched across the region came
ELLENSBURG, Wash. -- A duo of running backs emerged as stars for Central Washington football. All Demetrius Sumler and Johri Fogerson needed another chance to shine.
In Saturday's 56-28 win over Simon Fraser, the pair rushed for a total of 257 yards and six touchdowns. Both backs
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Matt Logie's second recruiting class as the Whitworth men's basketball coach looks like one of the Pirates' strongest in several years. Logie has recruited five high school standouts and one junior college transfer to his highly successful program. The
Eastern Washington fell just one spot in the SportsNetwork Top 25 poll after losing to Washington State on Saturday.
The poll, released Monday, shows the Eagles at No. 10. They began last week ranked No. 9.
Eastern Washington nearly pulled off the upset in Pullman, but lost 24-20 to the Cougars,
by EWU Athletics
The Eastern Washington University women's soccer team was not fazed by the fact it was missing an experienced center midfielder, or that it had not won a match against Boise State in the 11 years the two teams have competed against one another.
Instead, the red and white came
by Idaho Vandals Athletics
HONOLULU, Hawai'i - The Idaho volleyball team improved in nearly every facet of the game Sunday night, boasting its highest hitting percentage (.250), most blocks (13.0), and second most assists (58), in a match this season, but in the end San Diego State edged the
by WSU Athletics
LARAMIE, Wyo. - In a back-and-forth battle in Laramie Wyo., Washington State women's soccer came out on top of Wyoming, defeating the Cowgirls 3-2, Sunday.
The Cougars' win, which interrupted a six-game winning streak for Wyoming, brings their record to 4-1-0. Washington
by EWU Athletics
Three players from the Eastern Washington women's soccer team were recognized for their strong performances at the Viking Classic this past weekend (Sept. 7-9) at Hillsboro Stadium in Hillsboro, Ore. Among the All-Tournament team honorees was sophomore forward Cassie Black,
On paper, Eastern Washington may have been the underdogs Saturday against Washington State. They lost 24-20, as many suspected they would. But the Eagles believe it will be a game that will shape the rest of their season.
"We knew we could play with these guys," said T.J. Lee, who had one
Washington State pulled off the first win of the Leach era on Saturday, thanks in large part to one special play from the special teams.
At the end of the first half junior kicker Andrew Furney lined up for a 60-yard field goal and drilled it right down the middle. It was the second-longest kick in