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 By FROM STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    November 27, 2014

Foul-troubled Eastern women stumble at SMU

Early foul trouble spelled problems in the end for the Eastern Washington women’s basketball team, which suffered its first loss of the season, 69-53 to Southern Methodist University Nov. 22 in Dallas, Texas. The game, played before the Eastern...

 
 By FROM STAFFand NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    November 20, 2014

Eastern women win road basketball opener at Utah Valley

Senior leadership emerged to lead Eastern Washington to victory in its season-opening women’s basketball game versus Utah Valley State University last Friday, Nov. 14, on the road in Orem. Melissa Williams tossed in 18 points, plus 12 rebounds for...

 
 By FROM NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    August 14, 2014

North Dakota State, EWU will meet in 2016, 2017

The dream matchup that hasn’t taken place the last three years will occur in 2016 and 2017. Eastern Washington and North Dakota State — the only NCAA Football Championship Subdivision teams to win a national title since 2009 — will play a...

 
 By FROM NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    August 14, 2014

Eastern Washington releases 2014-15 men's basketball schedule

Eastern Washington University basketball has announced its 2014-15 schedule, Aug. 12, which includes five home games in their first seven outings, plus a trip to another one of the Mecca's of the...

 
 By FROM NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    August 14, 2014

Eastern volleyball head coach Benson to take indefinite leave of absence

After spending much of the spring battling throat cancer, Eastern Washington women’s volleyball head coach Wade Benson will take an indefinite leave of absence beginning Friday, Aug. 8. Associate head coach Michael King will lead the program in Ben...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    August 7, 2014

Eagles No. 2 ranked in first pre-season poll

Three-time defending Football Championship Subdivision national champion North Dakota State University earned the pre-season No. 1 ranking in the FCS Coaches Poll released Aug. 4. The other major poll — The Sports Network Top 25 — will be...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    July 31, 2014

EWU's 2014 fall football camp gets underway

It's been seven months ­- 222 days to be exact - since Eastern Washington University football players left foggy Roos Field stunned by another gut-wrenching loss, 35-31 to Towson, in the Football...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    July 31, 2014

Eastern to face Texas Tech in 2017 season opener

Eastern Washington University head football coach Beau Baldwin will forever remember his first trip to Lubbock, Texas, and now his Eagles will make a second trip to play at Texas Tech on Sept. 2, 2017 in an announcement made jointly by the two school...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    July 10, 2014

EWU's Seiferth returns to Germany, signs to play professional basketball

Armed with a new professional contract, and soon his degree in communication studies from Eastern Washington University, 6-foot-10 center Martin Seiferth will return to his native Germany for an opportunity to play professional basketball. Seiferth...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    July 10, 2014

Adams, Kupp on Walter Payton Award watch list

Well-known already in The Sports Network postseason awards circles, Eastern Washington junior quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. and sophomore Cooper Kupp are on the initial Watch List for the Walter Payton Award presented annually by TSN to the top player...

 
 By News Service Reports    Education    April 24, 2014

Chappell to speak at EWU Lavender Graduation

Eastern Washington University will be hosting the fifth annual Lavender Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, May 1, from 6-8 p.m. in the Showalter Hall Auditorium on the Cheney campus.   The Lavender Graduation, which is sponsored by the EWU Pride...

 
 By News Service Reports    Education    April 17, 2014

Ulcers and zebras highlight Sapolsky's appearance

Feeling stressed? Learn more about what causes stress and stress-related illness in humans when Eastern Washington University and the Daniel and Margaret Carper Foundation present “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers: An evening with Robert Sapolsky,”...

 
 By News Service Reports    Education    March 27, 2014

Chamber of Commerce hosts 'Best of the West' event

Last Thursday, March 20, 250 attendees gathered at Northern Quest Resort’s Pavilion as the West Plains Chamber of Commerce honored outstanding members in the community at the “Best of the West” gala. Chamber president Denise Vickerman, Spokane...

 
 By News Service Reports    Sports    March 20, 2014

Idaho State ousts Eastern

A quick 5-0 run on a 3-point basket by Sheryl Bitter with 3 minutes, 56 seconds to play in overtime, plus a layup from Jessica Tingey moments later, broke a 57-57 tie in overtime, propelling Idaho State to a 70-65 win last Thursday in the...

 
 By News Service Reports    Sports    March 20, 2014

Harvey named to NABC All-District team

His numbers were Rodney Stuckey like, so it’s fitting that Tyler Harvey has become Eastern Washington University’s first selection since 2006 on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 6 team announced March 12. The...

 
 By News Service Reports    Education    March 13, 2014

Robots return to EWU to compete in aerial assist

Eastern Washington University will once again host a major FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), March 14-15, at the Reese Court Pavilion on the Cheney campus. With the new district competition model implemented by FIRST Washington, there are 10 differen...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    March 6, 2014

Buchanan Award candidate Hamlin gets sixth year

Ronnie Hamlin and that trademark hair flowing out of his helmet will return for another season with the Eastern Washington University football team. Nearing the school record with a current career...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    February 27, 2014

Eastern dishes out 2013 awards at annual football banquet

Nic Sblendorio, Jake Gall and John Kreifels, a trio of 2013 redshirts for the Eastern Washington University football team, were among the players honored Feb. 22 at the annual Eastern Washington...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    February 20, 2014

Jersey of EWU legend Ron Cox to be retired on March 8

More than 30 years later, No. 30 is going to be hung on the wall in the venue he helped open. Ron Cox, who earned All-America recognition all four seasons he played basketball for Eastern Washington...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Education    February 20, 2014

Cheney teen serves as legislative page in Olympia

Leah Swannack, a student at Cheney High School, served as a legislative page for the Washington House of Representatives, Feb. 3-7. Her 9th District Rep. Joe Schmick, R-Colfax, sponsored her. She is...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Education    January 30, 2014

CHS announces December students of the month

Cheney High School has released the names of students nominated as December students of the month. The students are listed as follows by department, name and class standing: Agriculture, Andrew...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    January 16, 2014

EWU women hope Reese is more kind than the road

Eastern Washington women’s basketball head coach Wendy Schuller wasn’t too excited about her team having to travel through Western Montana, and that was just the bus ride. Following an 0-2 results after losing a late lead - and the game - 78-74...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    January 9, 2014

Eagles third in final FCS polls after historic year Eagles are third in final FCS polls after historic year

After another run to the semifinals of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, the Eastern Washington University football team ended the season ranked third in a pair of final NCAA FCS...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    January 2, 2014

Eastern hangs with UConn, but fades in end

Eastern Washington fell short of the tall order of toppling legendary basketball giant, the University of Connecticut, but it certainly was not for lack of trying. The Eagles hung with the No. 15 UConn Huskies off and on most of the game before...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 26, 2013

Walla Walla CC's Chad Bodnar named new EWU soccer coach

Having turned Walla Walla Community College into a regional powerhouse, Chad Bodnar has been tabbed as the third head coach in the history of the Eastern Washington women's soccer program, EWU...

 

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