BOISE, Idaho — Central High graduate Grant Hedrick threw for a career-high 410 yards during Boise State’s 55-30 victory over BYU on Friday.
PORTLAND — The Great Northwest Athletic Conference named Western Oregon’s Paul Revis as the GNAC Co-Offensive Player of the Week on Monday.
Redshirt freshman sees playing time on offense, returns and field goal units
MONMOUTH — The big play. The moment that defines a game and can decide whether a team wins or loses.
Wolves need help to qualify for conference tourney
BILLINGS, Mont. — Western Oregon split a pair of Great Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer matches last week.
MONMOUTH — The Western Oregon University men’s basketball team has been picked to finish fourth in the annual Great Northwest Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ poll.
MONMOUTH — If the preseason prognosticators are correct, it could be a tough season for the Western Oregon University women’s basketball team.
Vidal Zaragoza * Paul Revis
ELLENSBURG, — Wash. Central Washington got a little revenge on Western Oregon. The Wildcats, who lost 36-34 on Sept. 24 in Monmouth, defeated the Wolves’ football team 24-20 on Saturday.
Taylor Higa scores two goals to lead Wolves to conference victory
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon’s womens soccer team defeated Simon Fraser 4-0 on Saturday. Taylor Higa scored two goals and Allison Frost and Machaela Rapozo added goals for the Wolves (5-4-3 overall, 3-2-3 Great Northwest Athletic Conference).
ASHLAND — Kiley Barcroft of Salem is on the roster of the 2014 women’s volleyball team at Southern Oregon University in Ashland.
Amanda Johnson * Doug Clem
Wolves lose to Saint Martin’s for first time under coach Brad Saindon
MONMOUTH — For the second-straight match, Western Oregon found itself in a five-set thriller. And, for the second straight time, the Wolves came out on the short end of the outcome.
Anna Wruck of Monmouth has returned for her senior season with the Tulane University women’s volleyball team.
Tyrell Williams * Troy Trembly
WOU now 3-2-1 overall on the 2014 season
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon’s women’s soccer team opened Great Northwest Athletic Conference play with a 2-0 win over Montana State-Billings on Thursday and a 1-1 tie against Northwest Nazarene on Saturday. WOU sophomore Savannah Bogan scored her first goal of the season, giving the Wolves a 1-0 lead against MSUB in the 43rd minute. Junior Makana Pundyke scored in the 60th minute.