August 8, 2013 | Vol. 117 -- No. 16

Baldwin's five years of grid success a team effort

When Eastern Washington University head football coach took to the field for his sixth fall camp he had compiled quite a résumé in his first five years on the job.

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Jill Weiszmann
Eastern Washington University head football coach Beau Baldwin speaks at last Thursday’s West Plains Chamber of Commerce breakfast at Roos Field. Baldwin begins his sixth season as Eagles coach with a solid past on which to build and a bright future ahead at EWU.

There’s a 44-19 overall record – a .698 winning percentage – and a 30-10 mark in the Big Sky, all of which are part of EWU’s 2010 national championship and a run to the semifinals last year.

In his EWU career, Baldwin has been honored nationally, regionally and locally. He was the College Sporting News Coach of the Year and the American Football Monthly Coach of the Year. Baldwin was also honored by the Inland Northwest...

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