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Vandal swim and dive falls in opening meet of season
In-state rival Boise State outswam Idaho in the Vandals’ opening swim and dive meet of the season Saturday at the UI Swim Center.
Men’s lacrosse undefeated, playing division leaders
Vandals swim into second — Thirteen school records not enough: Swim and dive finishes second at WAC Championships
By the time the four-day WAC Swimming and Diving Championships ended Saturday in San Antonio, Idaho had done just about everything except win the meet.
Emerald City rivalry in Moscow – Idaho’s diving duo highlights first, second day of WAC Championships
Two days into the WAC Swimming and Diving Championships, an Idaho diving duo put the Vandals in a good position moving forward. Seniors Mairin Jameson and Paige Hunt went 1-2 in the 1-meter dive with …
Three years ago, when Idaho coach Mark Sowa took over the Idaho swim and dive program, he said his goal was to not finish last in the WAC. Now, his team heads into the WAC …
The last swimmer touched the wall in the 200-yard freestyle relay and the Vandals could finally sing the fight song with all their cheering fans.
Idaho will celebrate Mark Sowa’s largest senior class since the swimming and diving coach took over the program in 2011. The Vandals take on the Oregon State Beavers Saturday during Senior Day in the UI …
National rankings bring expectations and the Idaho swimming and diving team met those expectations Saturday in Las Cruces, N.M.
Mike Scott — men’s basketball
Athletes recognized for academic achievements
Stacey Barr — women’s basketball
The Idaho women’s basketball team played three games last week. The Vandals were able to come away with two wins and in those wins, one player stood out.
Swim and dive outshone — Idaho swimming and diving team splits for two competitions at Seattle and Knoxville
The Idaho swim and dive team split its forces this weekend sending athletes to compete in two different competitions. Idaho sent five swimmers to Seattle to compete in the annual Husky Invitational and seven swimmers …
The first day of the U.S Short Course Nationals got underway Thursday in Knoxville, Tenn. Idaho competed in three events on the first day of the three-day meet, putting four swimmers in the water.
For the second year in a row, the Idaho swim and dive team dominated the Seattle U Redhawks in a dual meet. Idaho beat Seattle 177-85 Saturday in Seattle. Saturday’s score was almost an exact …
Stephen Madison — men’s basketball
The Vandal men’s basketball team opened up the season on Saturday with a non-conference win over Western Illinois, 67-63. Idaho was led by Stephen Madison, who started his senior season with …
Idaho took the first and the final event, but it wasn’t enough for Idaho to keep it close in a swim and dive meet at Northern Arizona, who is possibly the Western Athletic Conference favorite.
Hunt, Millet receive honor
Hannah Kiser — cross country
The Vandals swim and dive team enjoyed a positive weekend going 1-1 over their two days
Charlston, Barr honored by WAC, Vandal women predicted second
A young Vandal swimming and diving team showed its youth Saturday in a 217.5-82.5 loss at Boise State. It was the first taste of Division I competition for 14 freshmen on the 2013-14 Vandal squad …
The swimming and diving season starts Saturday at Boise State for a young Idaho team that features 14 freshmen on its 37-athlete roster.
Almudena Sanz earns WAC Player of the Week
Idaho junior Almudena Sanz has been awarded with her second WAC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week honor.
Ron Verlin named Pacific head coach
Fresh off its NCAA Tournament appearance, the University of Pacific hired Ron Verlin, twin brother of Idaho coach Don Verlin, as the mens basketball team’s new head coach.
It was a historic weekend for the Vandals at the WAC Swimming and Diving Championships, which took place Feb. 27 through March 3, as Idaho fielded the WAC Diver of the Year and finished a …