With the Idaho women grabbing two wins during this last road trip, junior Alyssa Charlston has been named the Western Athletic Conference women's basketball Player of the Week.
As basketball season begins to wind down, we take a look at the Lewis-Clark State College baseball team that announced their recruiting class and opening day roster Tuesday.
Lia Galdeira scored 22 points and Washington State rallied to defeat Oregon State 76-73 in overtime on Sunday.
ike Ladd had a career-high 23 points and Washington State held off Oregon State down the stretch Saturday afternoon for a 71-68 win.
The latest edition of the NAIA Division 1 Coaches' Top 25 Poll has been released and LCSC has dropped one spot to number four.
Following those two wins by the LCSC women over the weekend, Ornella Bacchini has been named the Frontier Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week.
Spencer Dinwiddie scored 16 points and had eight rebounds as Colorado came up with a great defensive performance to beat Washington State 58-49 Saturday night.
Roosevelt Jones looped behind Gonzaga's 7-foot center, stole the pass with 3.5 seconds left, drove from midcourt into the lane and hit a buzzer-beating floater that gave No. 13 Butler a 64-63 victory over the eighth-ranked Zags on Saturday night.
On Saturday, college basketball fans will finally get to see America's two biggest little schools play each other at historic Hinkle Fieldhouse with all the trimmings: A prime-time tip and a national audience on ESPN.
Speaking of local standouts, former Clarkston basketball star and Oregon state freshman, Jamie Weisner is making waves for the Beavers.
The Washington State men's basketball team hit the hard wood Wednesday night against Utah at Beasley Coliseum grabbing their first Pac-12 win of the season.
The LCSC men's basketball team lost on Saturday against Rocky Mountain but maintained their position on the NAIA Division I Coaches' Top 25 poll.
The LCSC men's basketball team also had a tough weekend as they fell to Rocky Mountain, ending their 18-game wining streak.
Tyrone Wallace scored a season-high 16 points, Cobbs made six free throws in the final two minutes and California played solid defense in the second half to overcame a sloppy offensive performance and beat Washington State 67-54 on Saturday.
The Lewis-Clark State men's basketball team is at the top of their game and in the top three of the latest NAIA poll.