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The 50th annual Tri-State Invitational, a popular high school wrestling tournament hosted each December by North Idaho College and widely recognized as the unofficial start of the wrestling season in the area, was cancelled for 2020, announced by organizers on Friday citing COVID-19 concerns.
The college on the lake – now home to one of the NWAC's most successful athletic departments – has had dozens of memorable athletes since 2000. Here's our Top 20.
The Northwest Athletic Conference – an association of junior colleges in Washington, North Idaho, Oregon and British Columbia – announced Thursday that it will push fall and winter sports to the spring semester due to coronavirus concerns.
The lone college wrestling team in the region – North Idaho College – plans to have an upcoming season. It just won't start at its usual time.
With help from friends and mentors at North Idaho College, Nicolas Espinoza went from feeling like an outcast to a student leader and graduate.
Two of the region’s longest-tenured and successful junior college women’s basketball coaches retired in March, giving way to new eras at Community Colleges of Spokane and North Idaho College.
Grove enjoys trick shots because they serve as a study break – something to fend off the monotony after 25 consecutive practice chips from the same spot – and require him to think outside the box and visualize an imaginative shot.
Phay, a Post Falls native, averaged 22 wins a season at NIC (2004-2014) and was 136-33 in five seasons at CSI (2014-2019), leading the Golden Eagles to the NJCAA national title game in 2018.
The North Idaho College Foundation announced it sold the 20-acre site of the former Aryan Nations headquarters last week after putting it on the market less than a year ago.
Joseph Moran, an eighth-grader from Hayden, Idaho, won the regional spelling bee at North Idaho College for the fourth year in a row Saturday and will represent North Idaho in the 2020 Scripps National Spelling Bee in May.
After an extensive nationwide search, North Idaho College has announced the hiring of Robert (Bobby) Lee as the new Athletics Director.
After filing a tort claim in June against North Idaho College for what he believed was an unlawful dismissal, ex-Cardinals wrestling coach Pat Whitcomb has proceeded to sue the Coeur d’Alene school.
One of region’s most impressive winning streaks in recent memory came to an end Friday night when North Idaho College volleyball upended Community Colleges of Spokane.
For the first time since the 2017 NWAC Tournament, Community Colleges of Spokane’s women’s volleyball team lost a match. Visiting North Idaho College outlasted the Sasquatch 23-25, 25-20, 22-25, 25-20, 15-9 on Friday, improving to 17-3 overall, 6-0 in the NWAC East. CCS fell to 22-1 and 5-1, one game behind the Cardinal in the NWAC East.
North Idaho College athletic director Al Williams will retire this month, the school announced Monday, four weeks after the NIC men’s basketball program was hit with a series of sanctions by the Northwest Athletic Conference for extra student-athlete benefits and administrative oversight.
The North Idaho College men’s basketball program and athletic department were hit with a bevy of stringent Northwest Athletic Conference sanctions Tuesday for league violations, including extra student-athlete benefits and administrative oversight.
North Idaho College lost its appeal Thursday to avoid Northwest Athletic Conference-issued sanctions for undisclosed violations, according to NIC president Rick MacLennan.
The Northwest Athletic Conference recently handed down sanctions to the North Idaho College men’s basketball program for a violation of the league’s bylaws, according to conference President Marco Azurdia, who also said NIC has appealed the punishment.
The former wrestling coach at North Idaho College has filed a tort claim seeking damages from the school for how it handled his dismissal earlier this year from one of the most successful programs in the country.