Season nearing finish line 04.30.2015

Track and field heads to Boise for one of the final chances to qualify for Big Sky Championships The lone Vandal varsity team still competing in the regular season will head down to rival territory in Boise this weekend. The Idaho track and field team is set to face Utah State, Utah, in-state rival Boise

Stanton returns to steeples 04.20.2015

Idaho track and field completes hectic weekend in California On an extended California road trip that included four separate track and field meets, members of the Idaho men’s and women’s teams survived three consecutive days of competition and returned home with multiple top 10 finishes. Idaho began the weekend strong Thursday during the Mt. SAC

An unconventional journey 04.16.2015

Distance runner’s career spans years of success Some believe life’s focus shouldn’t be about the destination, but rather the journey you take to get there. For Idaho distance runner Holly Stanton, both are worthy of examination, and both are unique in their own ways. Stanton’s journey began in Florida, where she began running competitively for

Stanton, Panchol lead Vandals 04.13.2015

Stanton grabs another win to lead track and field It was a banner day for the host team Eastern Washington Saturday, but the Vandal track and field teams held their own during the 43rd Annual Pelluer Invitational in Cheney, Washington, and had multiple top finishes.

Sophomore showcase 04.06.2015

Track and field enjoys underclassmen success Whitworth hosted a slew of area schools in the 10th Annual Sam Adams Classic Saturday in Spokane and it was a sophomore showcase for the Idaho women’s track and field team. For the second consecutive weekend, sophomore thrower Kolcie Bates walked away with a first-place finish in the discus,

Changing for the better 04.02.2015

Idaho track and field looking forward to second meet of outdoor season With their first meet in the books, the Idaho men’s and women’s track teams will continue the outdoor season Saturday in Spokane at Whitworth’s 10th annual Sam Adams Classic. Despite the challenges presented by inclement weather, both Vandal teams enjoyed success last weekend

Winning despite weather 03.30.2015

High winds highlight Mike Keller Invitational Athletes competing in the Mike Keller Invitational Saturday at the Dan O’Brien Track and Field Complex enjoyed the beginning of outdoor season with sunshine and plenty of fresh air.

Outdoor season starts at home 03.26.2015

Track and field opens spring season at Dan O’Brien Track and Field Complex It’s spring, and this means the beginning of outdoor competition for the Vandal men’s and women’s track and field teams.

Turn down for Watts 03.02.2015

Individual win by Watts highlights indoor track and field championships One year ago, senior Dylan Watts missed the indoor track and field season due to a scheduled surgery on his shoulder. Last Saturday, however, Watts won gold in the Big Sky Conference Championships in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Vandals’ biggest challenge remains 02.23.2015

First season draws to close for Cawley and crew, championship meet nears For Idaho pole vaulter Dylan Watts, the 2015 Big Sky Indoor Track and Field Championship is the last track and field meet of his collegiate career. Watts heads into the championships ranked No. 1 in the conference in the pole vault with a

Last chance to qualify 02.12.2015

Track and field to compete in final meet before indoor conference championships Unlike the WAC where only a handful of teams competed in indoor track and field, the Big Sky features 12 teams with players vying for spots in the conference championship meet. With so many teams in the conference, the last weekend before the

Solid finishes in Pullman 02.09.2015

Several Idaho track and field athletes finish in top three at Cougar Indoor It was just a short trip across the border into Pullman for the Idaho track and field team Friday and Saturday. The Vandals competed in the Cougar Indoor over the two-day period, hosted by Washington State.

Athletes of the week 02.09.2015

Mike Scott — men’s basketball

Staying on the Palouse 02.05.2015

Idaho track and field set to compete against its former championship coach This weekend marks the first time the Idaho track and field team and its new coach Tim Cawley travel across the border to face former Idaho championship winning coach Wayne Phipps.

Idaho track continues to roll 02.02.2015

Vandal track and field finding early season success After a successful Idaho Collegiate last week, the Idaho track and field team kept the momentum going as it hit the road to compete in the University of Washington Invitational Friday and Saturday in Seattle.

‘Confidence is a fickle beast’ 01.26.2015

New coach, same results for Idaho track and field at Idaho Collegiate The first home meet of the year can be stressful for any track and field program, but even more so for Idaho’s new director of track and field, Tim Cawley. The former Colorado State coach made his Kibbie Dome debut Friday afternoon, as

Dome meet advantage 01.22.2015

Idaho track and field hosts meet in Kibbie Dome Friday Indoor track and field teams usually don’t get to compete where they practice. In Idaho’s case, it almost always competes at meets away from Moscow. But that changes Friday as the Idaho track and field team hosts the Idaho Collegiate in theKibbie Dome. Field events

Sports briefs 01.16.2015

Barta makes rankings Men’s tennis player Odon Barta, a juniorfrom Budapest, Hungary, begins the springseason ranked No. 15 in the ITA MountainRegion. Barta earns the ranking despiteplaying in the fall without a head tenniscoach. He also earned the ranking beatingout players from Denver, New Mexico, NewMexico State, UNLV, Nevada, BYU andBoise State. “Odon has always

New era begins 01.15.2015

New coach Tim Cawley’s team hits the track for the first time Friday The mantra “respect is earned, not given” rings true for the Idaho men and women’s track and field teams heading into the indoor season.

Knocked down but get up again 11.17.2014

Cross country wraps up season filled with obstacles Adversity has been present all season for the Idaho cross country team. In the beginning of the year, the team had to persevere the loss of longtime coach Wayne Phipps to Washington State. By the end of the year, the Vandals were suffering injuries, including senior Abby

Going for the Cup – On its way out of WAC, Idaho has chance to earn WAC Commissioner’s Cup for first time 05.08.2014

After a season that brought the athletic program five different WAC titles thus far, there is not much more Idaho could do to leave its mark before exiting the Western Athletic Conference.

Finally getting a taste of home 05.08.2014

The Idaho track and field team will compete at home Friday and Saturday when it hosts the Vandal Jamboree at home at the Dan O’Brien Track and Field Complex. The Vandal Jamboree

For the love of running – Injuries no obstacle for Kiser’s devotion to her sport 05.05.2014

Hannah Kiser started her running career at age 11 with one goal in sight: to be better than her dad.

T&F: One more weekend on road 05.01.2014

Idaho’s track and field team has one more weekend on the road this weekend, in Palo Alto, California, and Corvallis, Oregon, before it can come home again. It’s been a hectic road schedule that finally brought the Vandals back to the area for a successful meet in Pullman last weekend.

Idaho T&F finally comes home 04.24.2014

Prior to returning to Moscow on Monday, Idaho track and field coach Wayne Phipps estimated he’s spent maybe 36 hours in the Palouse the two weeks prior. He spent the last two weekends in Tempe, Ariz., and Walnut, Calif., though his program had split to compete in six different meets over that time period. The