Late rally not enough, (13) Eagles fall to (4) Hoyas

By Fetlew Gebreziabher, Online Sports Editor

March 22, 2015

Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

The music stops and the dancing comes to an end for the Eastern Washington Eagles men’s basketball team. EWU’s season came to an end after an 84-74 loss to the (4) Georgetown Hoyas in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Thursday night. The 13 seeded Eagles were down by as much as 23 in the second half, but a late rally that brought them within eight was not... Read more »

EWU seeded 13 in the South region of NCAA tournament

EWU seeded 13 in the South region of NCAA tournament

March 15, 2015

For the first time since 2004, the Eastern Washington Eagles will be dancing in March. The 13 seeded Eagles will take on the 4 seeded Georgetown Hoyas... Read more »

EWU advances to first NCAA Tournament since 2004

EWU advances to first NCAA Tournament since 2004

March 15, 2015

It was looking grim. Everything the Eastern’s men’s basketball team had worked for in the offseason and in 33 grueling games during the season was... Read more »

Seattle needs to shift focus from NBA to NHL

By Brandon Cline, Sports Writer

March 13, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Sports

While the NBA continues to scorn Seattle and use it as leverage against cities resistant to publicly funding basketball arenas, the NHL continues to wait on Seattle. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced on Feb. 25 that the environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Seattle Arena proposal, which would be suited for both a basketball and hockey arena, will be completed by... Read more »

Time to bet on betting

By Sam Deal, Sports Editor

March 13, 2015

Filed under Sports

As I prepared to send out March Madness invitations this week, the biggest challenge was to decide which brackets would be money ones and which ones would be purely for fun. I ask myself this question every year in March and even with my obviously superior sporting knowledge, I end up throwing away about $50 entering my bracket into various pools and losing out to someone... Read more »

Women’s basketball finishes Big Sky play 12-6

Women’s basketball finishes Big Sky play 12-6

March 13, 2015

With Big Sky tournament positioning on the line, the EWU women’s basketball team closed out the regular season strong, winning their final two games... Read more »

Tennis lose on the road

Tennis lose on the road

March 11, 2015

The EWU men’s tennis team lost to Idaho State University and Weber State University on the road to fall to a current record of 3-7 for the season. Eastern... Read more »

EWU roars at the top

EWU roars at the top

March 11, 2015

The EWU men’s basketball team clinched a share of the Big Sky title by defeating Idaho State University and Weber State University in their final road... Read more »

Mariner’s young core key to 2015 and beyond

Mariner’s young core key to 2015 and beyond

March 2, 2015

As pitchers and catchers for the Seattle Mariners reported to spring training on Feb. 20, local bloggers and national pundits alike are sipping on the... Read more »

Eastern looks for momentum at home

Eastern looks for momentum at home

March 1, 2015

The EWU women’s tennis team competed in back-to-back competitions against Grand Canyon University and the University of Northern Colorado. On Feb.... Read more »

Eagles compete at Boise State and Huskey Classic

Eagles compete at Boise State and Huskey Classic

February 28, 2015

The EWU track and field team split up into two different squads on Feb. 13-14 to compete at the Husky Classic and the Boise State Team Challenge. “This... Read more »

EWU beats Southern Utah, falls to Northern Arizona

EWU beats Southern Utah, falls to Northern Arizona

February 27, 2015

The EWU men’s basketball team traveled south for Big Sky conference play, where they split a pair of Big Sky road games against Southern Utah University... Read more »