As for Cougar fans, they had to wait one extra day for their team to take the field for their first formal practice of the spring.
Vandal fans rejoice, your football team is back and looking better than ever.
If the saying 'three's a charm' is true, then the Vandals probably can't even contain themselves as they get back on the practice field.
After a convincing 86-76 win over 15-seed North Dakota State last week, the Bulldogs looked to make their first sweet 16 appearance since 2009.
Gonzaga left KeyArena roaring and Gill Coliseum in silence almost simultaneously Sunday. The Bulldogs are grabbing the spotlight in both the men's and women's NCAA Tournament.
Kyle Wiltjer and Kevin Pangos met at halfcourt for a hug and a high five. Gone are the questions about Gonzaga's five-year run of failing to advance from the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament.
Gonzaga is headed home. The No. 11 seed Bulldogs, paced by Emma Wolfram with a career-high 17 points, held off a furious late rally by the Oregon State Beavers on their home court for a 76-64 victory on Sunday.
We saw their doubleheader victories on Monday, and now we get to go a little more in depth with the LC Valley’s newest softball team.
The face of Warrior women's basketball is receiving huge honors for her outstanding season.
The Warrior's ace continues his dominating season, and once again is recognized for it.
The showtime Warriors have wow'd fans in the L-C Valley in every home game this season, and their spectacular play has lead them to the basketball promise land.
From L-C Baseball, we now go to L-C Softball. Yes, you heard right, Lewis-Clark State College Softball.
Warrior Baseball has finally started conference play, and what a way to reintroduce themselves to the league.
Bulldog fans looking for that one seed in the National Tournament will be upset, but if you know much about the Duke Blue Devils, you won't be that upset.
Gonzaga was given a No. 2 seed in the South Region and will play No. 15 seed North Dakota State on Friday in the second round of the tournament at Seattle's KeyArena, about four hours from the Bulldogs' campus.
Several seniors from Wazzu's football team were back on the practice field for the annual Pro Day.
We all know the L-C men's basketball team is really good, which is why it's no surprise that four players are now getting recognized for their contribution to this year's season.
It's not to often that sports are paired with delicious food, but we think the WSU women's tennis team is really onto something.
The Warrior men are not alone when it comes to the quest for a National Championship.
The Lewis-Clark State men's basketball team will head to Missouri after becoming an automatic qualifier in the National Tournament.
If you were planning a weekend full of L-C baseball, well you might want to change your plans slightly.
Despite the Vandal women having their season cut shorter than planned, a mainstay on the team is receiving the last honors of her career.
The Cougar men have had an up and down season, but a lot of those ups were present because of two fantastic players.
As people begin to get pumped up for March Madness, you didn't have to go very far to see some championship basketball in the LC Valley Tuesday night.
Yes, there may have been a ton of basketball over the weekend but don't forget that baseball is starting to take center stage in the sports world.
The Cougar women have had a very good player on their team for a few year's now, and she's once again being recognized.
When you claim a conference championship at the college level, you are bound to move up in the rankings.
Warrior sports fans who only thought they were going to see baseball on Saturday might not be spending the whole day on campus.