Now that it's summer, the final poll is out that let's us know how athletic our local state college is.
A Vandal Football coach could be in trouble.
Two more Warrior athletes will now have the opportunity to play with the big boys.
Wednesday we began our introduction to Washington state's newest toy where Cougar athletes will be treated like rock stars.
Half hour 2014 NAIA World Series special.
So it was probably expected, but Wednesday we find out where Warrior Baseball ranks in the last post-season poll of the year.
The Pac-12 has become one of the biggest, powerhouse conferences in the nation, and with that recognition came a huge television contract worth millions upon millions of dollars.
In more LCSC news, Lewis-Clark State College totaled 485 points and rose to 15th among the NAIA's nearly 300 member schools in the latest Learfield Sports Directors' Cup standings.
Right after two local baseball players received big honors, a different athlete from the same school receives the same honor.
Well the Warriors wouldn't have made it as far as they did if it weren't for the play of two very special players.
Going 47-9 for any team at any level is not an easy task, even if the Lewis-Clark State Baseball team made it seem that way.
On the verge of hopefully taking home another championship for the Warriors, two more championships were added the the L-C collection over the weekend.
Many of us are sitting behind this desk for a reason...partially because it doesn't involve any running around.
In case you heard some real loud bats around Church Field on Wednesday afternoon, the reigning champs are in town and hungry to once again win it all.
With only three days until the 2014 Avista NAIA World Series, the teams are doing what they can to give back to our community.