Sports

Redmon, Standish Named to WCC First Team

Gonzaga University women's basketball players Kayla Standish, Katelan Redmon, Haiden Palmer and Sunny Greinacher were honored as the West Coast Conference announced its All-WCC teams and individual award winners that were voted on by the league's nine head coaches.

GU Women Advance to WCC Finals

Top seed Gonzaga University women's basketball earned a hard fought 83-78 victory over No. 4 seed Saint Mary's College in the semifinals of the Zappos.com West Coast Conference Championship Saturday at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.

Sacre, Pangos Earn WCC Individual Honors

Gonzaga University senior Robert Sacre and freshman Kevin Pangos walked off with two of the major awards, and two other Bulldogs were also honored on the All-West Coast Conference men's basketball team announced Tuesday.

Gonzaga's Chism Drafted by K.C. Royals

Tyler Chism became the fourth Gonzaga University player to be selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft Wednesday. On the final day of the draft, Chism was picked by the Kansas City Royals in the 43rd round, 1,296 overall.

Zags Back in Baseball America Top 25

Gonzaga University's baseball team checked back into the Baseball America Top 25 Monday after a week's absence. The Bulldogs, who entered the poll for the first time at No. 24 April 18, enters this week at a season-best No. 23.

Bulldogs Baseball Tops 11th Ranked UC Irvine

The pitching combination of Tyler Olson and Andy Hunter helped Gonzaga University's baseball team shut out 11th-ranked UC Irvine 3-0 Saturday at the Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field.

WSU's Argyropoulos Promoted to Tri-City

Former Washington State University baseball player and Colorado Rockies 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft 27th round pick Matt Argyropoulos has been promoted to the Tri-City Dust Devils from the rookie affiliate Casper Ghosts.

WSU's Ard Named First Team Pac-10

Washington State first baseman Taylor Ard was named to the 2011 All-Pacific-10 Conference Baseball Team, Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott announced, Tuesday. In addition, outfielder Derek Jones received honorable mention.

Warriors Season Comes to an End With Loss to Lee in NAIA World Series

Maxx Catapano threw a six-hitter for eight innings and the Lewis-Clark State College baseball team struggled to collect a key hit when needed as the Warriors saw their season come to an end with a 7-3 loss in a loser-out game at the 55th annual Avista NAIA World Series at LCSC's Harris Field on Monday.

LCSC Edges TWC in World Series Opener

Junior relief pitcher Austin Pentacost pitched out of a couple of jams to help the Lewis-Clark State College baseball team hold off Tennessee-Wesleyan College 5-4 in the final first-round game of the 55th annual Avista NAIA World Series at LCSC's Harris Field on Friday night.

Pirates Earn First Win Over LCSC Since '08

Nathan Johnson threw a five-hit shutout and Landon Scott drilled a solo home run in the fourth inning to give Whitworth a 1-0 win over visiting Lewis-Clark State in a non-conference baseball game on Tuesday afternoon at Merkel Field.

LCSC Eliminated from NAIA World Series

Steve Sabins and Brandon Roper-Hubbert both hit home runs and closer Phillip Reamy pitched a season-high 6.2 innings to help No. 7 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) erase a 6-1 deficit in the third inning and claim a 10-7 win over top-ranked Lewis-Clark State in a loser-out contest at the NAIA World Series at Harris Field on Tuesday afternoon.

Gonzaga men fall at BYU

Brigham Young had another tough night making outside shots, hitting 3 of 12 from 3-point range Thursday against Gonzaga.

Eags Colimon Named Co-Big Sky Player of Week

Cliff Colimon of Eastern Washington University and Will Cherry from the University of Montana have been selected as the co-Big Sky Conference men's basketball Players of the Week after leading their respective squads to key victories on the final night of the regular season.