| 03.17.2018

Sports Briefs


Rehkow earns national honor

Idaho freshman punter Austin Rehkow was named the Ray Guy Award National Punter of the Week on Monday.

The honor comes after Rehkow averaged 51.1 yards on seven punts in the Vandals’ 61-14 loss against Fresno State on Saturday in the Kibbie Dome. Five of Rehkow’s punts went more than 50 yards with a long of 58.

Rehkow also handles kicking duties for Idaho.

The Ray Guy Award honors the best college football punter each week, as well as the best punter of the season at the end of the year.

Men’s basketball completes first scrimmage

The Idaho men’s basketball team competed in its first scrimmage of the season Friday at Memorial Gym. The six freshmen were mixed in with the nine veteran players and the team divided into four 10-minute periods.

“Our intensity was good,” Idaho coach Don Verlin said. “We have a lot of new guys.”

Junior guard Connor Hill led all players with 16 points while sophomore Paulin Mpawe led in rebounds with 10.

Related Posts
No comments

There are currently no comments to show.