Idaho Vandals

Vandals fall to Hawaii in WAC Tourney Quarters

Hauns Brereton hit a 15-foot jumper from the baseline with 3.2 seconds left, and Hawaii rallied from seven points down in the final 6 minutes to beat Idaho 72-70 in the Western Athletic Conference quarterfinals Thursday.

Idaho women advance to WAC semifinals, beat San Jose State

The Idaho women's basketball team built a commanding lead in the first half, and held on in the second in a 67-63 victory over San Jose State in the Western Athletic Conference quarterfinals at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas on Wednesday.

Idaho Women Lose Final Road Game

The Idaho women's basketball team continued its trend of hot shooting, but Utah State scored 28 points off turnovers and 15 on the second-chance en route to an 85-63 Western Athletic Conference victory Saturday afternoon.

Utah St. Uses 44-13 Run to Beat Idaho

University of Idaho men's basketball held a 15-point first-half lead and a seven-point halftime edge, but had no answers in the second half of a 67-50 loss at Utah State on Friday.

Vandals Barone Named WAC Player of Week

Kyle Barone's strong play is a big part of Idaho's five-game winning streak and on Monday, he was honored again by the Western Athletic Conference as its Verizon Men's Basketball Player of the Week for the week of Feb. 13-19.

Vandals Win Bracket-Buster on Senior Night

Two underclassmen made sure Senior Night was a memorable one and University of Idaho men's basketball earned its fifth win in a row with a 77-68 victory over Portland State on Saturday at the Cowan Spectrum.

Vandals Fall Flat At BYU

An offense that has struggled continued to do so and a defense that has not uncharacteristically did Saturday night. That combination, combined with a season-high 11 penalties, made for a long evening for the Idaho Vandals as they tumbled 42-7 to Brigham Young University in a non-conference football game.

Vandals Storm Back for Road Win at SJSU

So what that the offense didn't click until the fourth quarter. The key is it finally did and this time the Idaho Vandals left the field smiling and victorious.

Idaho Loses Again Late 16-14

Almost. Again. The storyline has been a repetitive and painful for the Idaho Vandals who, once again, had their hearts broken in the waning moments. This time it was by Hawai`i, which eked out by the narrowest of margins a 16-14 victory over the Vandals at the Kibbie Dome.