Though the weather outside hasn't been ideal for most track and field, when you have a venue like the Kibbie Dome, you can do anything in it!
Last Saturday would mark the final home game for both Warrior basketball teams, and a pair of wins would be the best way to thank the fans for all their support.
The 4-0 Warrior Baseball team should have started their third series of the season Friday, but we can all just be grateful that the weather let us start the second.
Last week, one of our local college teams slipped a bit in the polls, this week's a little different thankfully.
The Cougar Men's Basketball team has had somewhat of a rough season, but a few conference wins could put them right back in the mix.
A big Pac-12 match-up went down just up the hill in Pullman this past Saturday.
Despite the Cougar loss, the players and coaches of WSU were able to rise to the occasion and participate in the Cougar Kid's Basketball Clinic.
You know the L-C Valley will be having a good weekend when baseball season starts up again and their local college team is way up in the polls.
A student-athlete that's keeping her grades up is also doing huge things on the field as Warrior's Track and Field thrower Kaytlyn Coleman was named the NAIA National Women's Indoor Field Athlete of the Week.
It's hard enough to play sports at the collegiate level, but maintaining a high grade point average takes an enormous amount of dedication.
Washington State University Head Football Coach, Mike Leach announced 19 signed letters of intent.
The University of Idaho Football team is recovering from a less than stellar 2013 season.
It's Signing Day across the country, which means it's that time of year when some of the nation’s top athletes make one of the biggest decisions about their future. And a local athlete at Pullman High School did just that.
A big tournament for the Lewis-Clark Warrior's Baseball team is postponed, but only by a day, and that's if the weather cooperates.
Football is over, basketball is slowly winding down, and yes, the great northwest is beginning to perk it's ears up to the sound of impending baseball.