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Good Morning Vandal Nation: Sept. 30, 2009

30 Sep

A chilly morning in Moscow — fall is on the way. To warm you up this morning, here’s our pick of news from around the WAC, with quite a bit of reporting from the Colorado papers.

Coming today, we’ll have our picks for WAC basketball’s top juniors and a report on today’s football practice.

Fewer than 600 student tickets remain for Saturday’s game — pick up yours at the UI Ticket Office in the Dome before they’re gone.

Update: 1,000 more student tickets have been released as of this afternoon.

Football

Men’s basketball

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Good Morning Vandal Nation: Sept. 21, 2009

21 Sep

After our usual recovery-Sunday hiatus, there’s a big pile of WAC news from the weekend that was, so let’s get right to it.

First, though, comes the news that Vandal linebacker JoJo Dickson has been named WAC Defensive Player of the Week.

Dickson brought the house down with his spectacular, 74-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter of Saturday’s Idaho Vandals/San Diego State Aztecs game. That opening score gave the Vandals a lead they would never relinquish. Dickson also contributed six tackles on defense, including three solo takedowns.

Football

  • The Moscow-Pullman Daily News’ Sandra Kelly has another gamer.
  • The Spokesman-Review’s Josh Wright has yet another gamer — feeling the flow here?

Volleyball

  • After a strong start, Vandal volleyball has now dropped six consecutive games. Idaho’s athletic site has the gory details on the losses to UC Santa Barbara and Cal Poly.

Soccer

Tennis

Cross country

Good Morning, Vandal Nation: Sept. 18, 2009

18 Sep

Good morning, Vandal Nation — and this morning sure smells like gametime.

There’s a full-up slate of news links this morning, as everyone prepares for the Idaho Vandals home football opener tomorrow.

On tap today at Vandal Nation, we’ll Better Know a Foe by talking to a Mountain West blogger about the San Diego State Aztecs, shine the Vandal Spotlight on quarterback Nate Enderle and cover the Vandals women’s soccer team as they aim to defend home turf against Eastern Washington at 4 p.m.

As with every Vandal home game, we’ll have an play-by-play interactive liveblog from the Kibbie Dome beginning at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow. Or, you can follow along with regular score updates and highlights on the Vandal Nation Twitter. Either way, join us!

Also remember, it’s Vandal Spirit Friday — wear your Vandal gear!

Football

Volleyball

Tennis

Soccer

Cross country

Good Morning, Vandal Nation: Sept. 17, 2009

17 Sep

Good morning, Vandal Nation! Welcome to the more-or-less daily news roundup.

On tap today, we’ll have a commentary on what the Vandals need from Saturday’s home opener against the Aztecs and a Vandal Spotlight interview with senior point guard Charlotte Otero of the women’s hoops squad. Maybe another thing or two, too.

Remember, we’ll be liveblogging from the Kibbie Dome beginning at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Join us!

Football

Basketball

Soccer

Cross country

Young, talented XC men’s squad, deep women’s squad, look to continue UI cross country dominance

3 Sep

For Teegan Schoch, it’s that time of the year again. A time of long runs on sunny days, and the mental preparation that comes with being a cross country athlete. Schoch, a sophomore at the University of Idaho, is one of ten returning runner for a strong and talented Idaho Vandals women’s cross-country running team.

“This year is really exciting,” Schoch said with a beaming smile. “We have a good shot at winning; so far we are looking really good.”

The women’s team added only two new runners in the offseason, and with a strong second-place finish at last year’s conference race, head coach Wayne Phipps is looking forward to another strong season

“We returned a lot of our women’s team from last year,” Phipps said. “We’ve been champions two out of the last four years and second in the conference last year.”

Phipps will be looking to slot incoming freshman Laurel Draper, who hails from Victoria, BC and come in as one of the best Canadian high school runners of the year. Even though she is a freshman, Phipps expects her to have an immediate impact on the team, saying that “she’s looked great in practice.”

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