Moore booted from WSU basketball team
Washington State men’s basketball coach Ken Bone announced Monday that guard Reggie Moore was dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules.
“Reggie has been an important part of the basketball program for the last three years and I wish him the very best in the future,” Bone said in a press release.
Two years ago, Moore was suspended one game for possession of marijuana. Last season, he was the Cougars’ third-leading scorer with 10 points-per-game. Idaho visits Washington State November 28 at Beasley Coliseum.
Farquhar receives national honor
Idaho senior kicker Trey Farquhar was named the national kicker of the week by College Football Performance Awards after a solid performance against Wyoming. Farquhar converted three field goals (53, 49 and 26 yards) and all three of his PAT attempts in the game. His 53-yard field goal was the third longest of his career and seventh of 50 or more yards. He has converted 97.5 percent of his PAT’s in his career. Farquhar was also nominated for WAC special teams player of the week but was edged out by San Jose State kick returner Tyler Ervin.
Boyden receives WAC honor
Idaho senior goalkeeper Liz Boyden was named the Western Athletic Conference’s Goalkeeper of the Week for the week of Sept. 17-23 after Idaho’s games against Utah Valley and UNLV last weekend. Boyden added to her own record with her 14th career shutout against in the Vandals’ 1-0 win over Utah Valley. She also had six saves in a 1-0 loss to UNLV. Boyden already has Idaho records in every goalkeeping statistical category with 332 saves, 26 wins, 14 shutouts, 6,171 minutes and 1.41 goals-against average. WAC Offensive Player of the Week went to Denver forward Kristen Hamilton and Defensive Player of the Week was awarded to La. Tech defender Brittany Beddow.