Jeff Schmedding is an old face in a new place for EWU football

Jeff Schmedding is an old face in a new place for EWU football

May 3, 2015

Though Jeff Schmedding is in his first year as EWU football’s defensive coordinator, he brings an abundance of knowledge and experience to the position The... Read more »

EWU women’s golf finishes 8th in Big Sky Championships

EWU women’s golf finishes 8th in Big Sky Championships

May 3, 2015

The EWU women’s golf team shot a second round best of 298 in the Big Sky Conference Championships in Chandler, Arizona, but faltered on the final day... Read more »

SLU’s Austin McBroom tranfers to EWU

SLU’s Austin McBroom tranfers to EWU

May 3, 2015

Eastern’s men’s basketball team is continuing to turn over its roster after having one of the most successful seasons in school history. Former... Read more »

Big Sky Conference inks 3 year deal with Reno

By Sam Deal, Sports Editor

May 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

For the first time, Eagle fans will know where the Big Sky basketball tournament is being held long before the season begins. The Big Sky Conference revealed Friday that the annual season ending basketball tournament will be hosted in Reno, Nevada, for at least the next three years. The tournament had previously been hosted by the winner of the Big Sky regular season. “I... Read more »

Despite slow start, Eagles offense still rolls on during annual Red-White game

Despite slow start, Eagles offense still rolls on during annual Red-White game

May 3, 2015

EWU football showed positive signs during the annual Red and White game on both sides of the ball on April 25 at Roos Field for the final scrimmage of... Read more »

Hodgins sisters, bonded by basketball

By Fetlew Gebreziabher, Online Sports Editor

May 3, 2015

Filed under Sports

Since they could remember, basketball has always been a part of the Hodgins household. While some were picking up barbies, Hayley and Delaney Hodgins were playing with basketballs. Junior guard Hayley Hodgins, who is the oldest of three, describes herself as the most competitive sister and said their passion for the game came from their family. Both of the Hodgins’ parents... Read more »

Basketball recurits locals, transfers

Basketball recurits locals, transfers

April 22, 2015

Fresh off the Big Sky Title, the EWU men’s basketball program has already lost seven players: Tyler Harvey to pursue the NBA, three seniors, two letter... Read more »

First annual Palouse Throwdown, first ever Eagle Fit competition

By Lelia Thatcher, Contributing Writer

April 22, 2015

Filed under Sports

Students may not be aware that Eagle Fit exists or that it participated in the first ever Palouse Throwdown tournament on April 18 in Pullman, Washington, hosted by the WSU CrossFit club. It was the first of many competitions to come for the growing club, which was formed in the fall of 2012. The club cannot officially use the name CrossFit until it has a CrossFit level... Read more »

EWU track and field set four qualifying marks in California

EWU track and field set four qualifying marks in California

April 22, 2015

A jam-packed weekend for the EWU track and field team resulted in 10 top 10 school record marks and four qualifying marks, as the Big Sky Conference championships... Read more »

Men’s tennis finishes season strong, beats Idaho, 4-3

Men’s tennis finishes season strong, beats Idaho, 4-3

April 22, 2015

Although the EWU men’s tennis team was eliminated from postseason play, it had a lot to play for in its final match of the season on April 15, as Eastern... Read more »

Windy conditions not a set back for EWU Track and Field

Windy conditions not a set back for EWU Track and Field

April 15, 2015

The 25-miles-per-hour-wind at the 44th Pelluer Invitational on April 11 did not hold back the EWU track and field team, as a plethora of athletes set personal... Read more »

Chaves to review transfer eligibility

By Sam Deal, Sports Editor

April 15, 2015

Filed under Sports

EWU Athletic Director Bill Chaves has been appointed to an NCAA committee to review and research collegiate transfer rules. Chaves was appointed to the NCAA Division I council in December of 2014 and has a sense of familiarity with this issue. Former Eagle Vernon Adams Jr. sparked debate earlier this year when he transferred to University of Oregon to compete in his final... Read more »