UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 18, 2019, 10:42 p.m.
Eastern Washington forward Mason Peatling made one thing clear following the Eagles’ 82-57 rout of Idaho on Monday: He isn’t fond of the Vandals. “We’ve got a little bit of a rivalry with them, and it’s natural to hate them. I don’t have any shame in saying that,” said Peatling, whose team won its seventh straight game at Reese Court. He played like it.
EWU guard Jacob Davison as proud of his Eagle Scout status as he is of his basketball accolades
Idaho and Eastern Washington men and women hoops teams face off in Cheney doubleheader
Eastern Washington bests Northern Colorado in OT, continues winning ways at home
Heart of the Hustle: Former Eastern Washington standout Tyler Harvey makes the most of his time in NBA G-League
Montana uses late free throw to edge Eastern Washington 75-74
For all of his hoops-related praise, EWU’s Jacob Davison is just as proud to be among the 4 percent of Boy Scout members to earn the 109-year-old organization’s highest rank and achievement.
When last-place Idaho (4-20, 1-12 Big Sky) visit Eastern Washington (9-15, 7-6) Monday at Reese Court, EWU the Eagles will be shooting for their seventh straight win in Cheney as they look to position themselves for a top-five finish and first-round bye in next month’s conference tournament in Boise.
The Eagles needed an extra session Saturday to dispatch second-place Northern Colorado 88-78 at Reese Court, an overtime win fueled by a quartet of double-digit scorers and a key steal in the final seconds of regulation.
On Feb. 2, Tyler Harvey scored 58 points for the NBA G-League’s Memphis Hustle at Iowa.
Michael Oguine sank the second of two free throws in the closing seconds to give Montana a 75-74 edge over Eastern Washington.
Harald Frey scored eight of his 22 points during a 10-2 run in the final two minutes as Montana State beat Eastern Washington 74-66 on Thursday night.
Davison scored a career-high 41 points in a 82-64 home win over Northern Arizona on Monday, two days after scoring 21 in 82-79 win over Southern Utah.
Jacob Davison scored a career-high 41 points Monday night in Eastern Washington’s 82-64 win over Northern Arizona, EWU's fifth victory in six contests.
Eastern Washington’s freshman forward scored the bulk of his team-high 24 points in the second half Saturday in a 82-79 win over Southern Utah at Reese Court.
Since Tyler Kidd was plugged into the starting lineup in a 78-71 upset of Big Sky Conference favorite Montana three weeks ago, the young, guard-heavy Eagles (6-13 overall, 4-4 Big Sky) are 3-1.
Jesse Hunt scored 22 points with 17 rebounds and six assists and Eastern Washington pulled out a 94-92 win over Sacrament State in overtime on after blowing a 10-point lead in the final 92 seconds of regulation.
Holland Woods had 15 points and 11 assists and Jamie Orme also scored 15, including 12 after halftime, to help Portland State beat Eastern Washington 78-65 Thursday night to snap a three-game skid.