Mar 15, 2014
Vandals fall short of NCAA bid
The Vandals' best conference tournament showing in more than two decades ended one win shy of an NCAA tournament bid on Saturday when they fell quietly to New Mexico State, 77-55, in the WAC championship game in Las Vegas.
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Vandal men follow Idaho women into the WAC Championship Game
Stephen Madison scored 25 points to help No. 5 seed Idaho knock off top-seeded Utah Valley State 74-69 Friday night and advance to the Western Athletic Conference Championship.
WAC: Idaho wins tight one
Stephen Madison scored 26 points and Sekou Wiggs 18 as No. 5 seed Idaho battled through 19 lead changes with fourth-seeded Missouri-Kansas City to claim a 73-70 victory in the Western Athletic Conference tournament Thursday night.
2014 Western Athletic Conference Tournament Preview
The wonderful world of musical chairs in college sports has changed the landscape for nearly every conference in the last few years, but perhaps nowhere is that more evident than in the Western Athletic Conference as the 31st annual tournament tips off at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas on Thursday.
WAC Honors Idaho's Barr, Newlee
The Western Athletic Conference announced the 2013-14 All-WAC honors on Monday. Following a vote of the WAC's nine head coaches, junior Stacey Barr and head coach Jon Newlee took home conference Player of the Year and Coach of the Year honors, respectively.