The show originated in 1986 when KXLY-TV sports veterans Dennis Patchin, Rick Lukens and Bud Nameck, joined by local broadcaster Chuck DeBruin, began Sports Tonight. Over the years the cast has changed but Patchin was a fixture.
The madness that started brewing in March could lead to mayhem in April, May, June and July for college baseball programs around the country.
The University of Providence Stays Active On The Recruiting Trail.
Dozens of student-athletes at Washington State, Gonzaga, Eastern Washington and Idaho got their wishes granted Monday afternoon when the NCAA Division I Council voted to allow seniors, and others who competed in sports, an extra year of eligibility after their seasons were cut short because of the coronavirus outbreak.
So your favorite collegiate rower or third baseman will have this lost spring of athletic eligibility restored. Good deal. Any sliver of doing-the-right-thing by the NCAA deserves a huzzah. And if it throws a little chaos – or even a lot – into the machinery of college athletics, that’s almost a bonus for some of us.
This week we are throwing it back to some of the best games we have covered over the years. Get ready for our SWX greatest throwback moments!
The NCAA will permit spring sport athletes who had their seasons shortened by the coronavirus outbreak to have an additional year of eligibility.
Impressive. In a word, that describes the rookie professional basketball season of Zykera Rice.
After Providence's season came to an abrupt end, Jenna Randich had to adjust her post grad plans.
Hear from junior Parker Esary about her strong season.
This was supposed to be the week Daniel Roy vied for an NCAA national swimming title.
The four city and three county golf courses are expected to be shut down for at least two weeks under Gov. Jay Inslee’s order as the state tries to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Providence continues to hit the recruiting trail hard in 2020.
Viktor Wennberg talks about what he will miss in Great Falls and why he chose Northland.
Nearly a week after shuttering its regular season, the Western Hockey League on Monday had its postseason canceled as well.
In an exclusive interview, both Providence basketball coaches make their first public comments since the cancellation of the NAIA tournament.
Some find it tough to make time for school and social life. Now try adding in a sport and more extracurricular activities than you thought were possible.
Surreal is the word Jason Hanson used to describe his journey from walk-on kicker at Washington State to stepping onto the big stage in New York City.
As much as Ty Smith would much rather still be playing hockey with his Spokane teammates, the cancellation of the Western Hockey League regular season has given the Chiefs’ captain something he hasn’t had in a long time: a break.
The Swedish Stud is on the Move!