The Easterner

Volleyball falls to Idaho State

By Grace Pohl, Staff Writer

December 3, 2015

The Eagles volleyball team played in the Big Sky Tournament in Flagstaff, Arizona, on Nov. 19 against Idaho State University. Eastern played well the first two sets, which resulted in a lead of 2-0 going into the intermission of the game. Idaho State came back and won the next three sets, making it a tough loss for the Eagles. This was the first loss the Eagles had this...

Volleyball wraps up season

By Riley Baker, Staff Writer

November 20, 2015

EWU volleyball wrapped up the season after a loss at Northern Colorado on Nov. 12 and a loss at North Dakota on Nov. 14. After back-to-back losses, the Eagles fell to 9-7 in the Big Sky conference. They ended the regular season with a four-game losing streak and having lost seven of their last nine. Despite the slow end to the season, EWU still has a playoff spot clinched and...

EWU volleyball members cheer on their team.

EWU volleyball splits weekend matches for second week

November 2, 2015

In the final half of four-straight road matches, the EWU volleyball squad split two weekend matches for the second-consecutive week, sitting now at 8-2...

Teammates celebrate at home against Montana State.

Volleyball drops to 7-1

October 23, 2015

All good things eventually come to an end. After defeating the Montana State Bobcats on Oct. 15, the EWU women’s volleyball team fell for the first time...

Chloe Weber makes a successful pass over the net against the Vikings.

Eagles volleyball moves to 6-0 in conference

October 15, 2015

The Eastern Washington volleyball team refuses to lose. After another weekend sweep, the Eagles moved to 6-0 in Big Sky conference play and now have a...

Despite roadblocks, volleyball started the season strong. Sophomore Nicole Rigoni sets ball for senior Alexis Wesley.

Eagles volleyball soars to 4-0 record in conference

October 11, 2015

The amazing turnaround from last season continues for the EWU volleyball team, as it recorded its second consecutive weekend sweep to move to 4-0 in conference...

Despite roadblocks, volleyball started the season strong. Sophomore Nicole Rigoni sets ball for senior Alexis Wesley.

Eagles come back strong

October 5, 2015

With a non-conference schedule that had its ups and downs, as well as a second straight year of changes within the coaching staff, the EWU volleyball team...

Eagles defeat Hornets, lose to Vikings

By Elohino Theodore, Senior Reporter

October 16, 2014

The EWU volleyball team competed on the road against California State University, Sacramento, and Portland State University on Oct. 9 and 11. The Eagles faced Sacramento State to start their Big Sky road trip. EWU defeated the Hornets in a five-set victory, 3-2. Eastern lost the first set of the match, but the team would bounce back by taking the next two sets. A...

The volleyball team celebrates after they score a point during the game against Idaho.

Eagles fall at home

October 12, 2014

The Eastern women’s volleyball team fell short to Southern Utah University and University of Idaho during their two-game home stand at Reese Court on...

Athletic affiliates inducted

By Samuel Deal, Sports Editor

October 8, 2014

The Eastern Washington University Hall of Fame inducted four new members and two teams during the halftime ceremony of the football game on Oct. 4. New inductees include Judy Crabb, Greg Gavin, Jack Perrault, Janelle Ruen-Allen, along with the 2001 and 2002 volleyball teams. Crabb has worked as an administrative secretary for Eastern athletics since it first became its...

Volleyball Eags look to end losing streak

Volleyball Eags look to end losing streak

September 24, 2014

At a current record of 4-9, five games under .500, the EWU volleyball team looks to find answers in the Big Sky Conference. Associate head coach Michael...

The Eagles gather before the Football Championship Subdivision playoff game against Wagner. The team and many of its members earned nominations in 11 EeeWoos categories.
Photo by Aaron Malmoe

EeeWoos celebrate year’s best

May 30, 2013

By Peter Sowards SENIOR REPORTER   [email protected] Eagles quarterback Vernon Adams read the blitz and knew there were too many rushers for the ...

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