Category: Sports

Red Dynasty

Faculty and staff runners from Eastern’s team ‘Red ’ continue to dominate Bloomsday’s Corporate Cup.   On May 1, after

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An Eagle Steps Up

An Eagle Steps Up

Monica Jaenicke, athlete, alumna and sports communicator, will lead EWU Athletics’ outreach. Over the course of his 31-year career at

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Student-Centered Leader

Student-Centered Leader

Joddie Gleason, Eastern’s new women’s basketball head coach, aims to elevate a program in search of titles.   Helping student

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Jaleen Roberts: Success and Sacrifice

Jaleen Roberts: Success and Sacrifice

For one of the world’s most accomplished athletes, nothing has come easy. By Charles E. Reineke It was raining as

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Now He’s Just a Fan

Now He’s Just a Fan

After three decades on the job, Dave Cook, Eastern’s longest-serving director of sports information, exits the press box. By Dave

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Infectious Winning

Infectious  Winning

A Big Sky Tournament Championship, and a third March Madness appearance, cap a Covid-plagued season to remember. By Paul Delaney

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Legans Ends an Enviable Run

Shantay Legans, EWU head basketball coach

Eastern’s head basketball coach accepts the top job at the University of Portland. By Charles E. Reineke Following Eastern’s Big

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Art Ballers

Eastern HoopFest backboard design

Eastern students and alumni are used to attacking rims at Spokane Hoopfest. Now they’re bringing the backboards.   Hoopfest, the

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Pandemic notwithstanding, the hoodies must go on

Fifth grader with hoodie.

Since 2016, Eastern admissions staff members have partnered with Spokane Public Schools and local-business donors to bring red and black

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A Familiar Eagle Takes the Helm

A Familiar  Eagle Takes  the Helm

David Riley spent almost a decade as an EWU assistant. Now it’s his turn to lead.   David Riley ’13,

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