EWU Falls to Carroll College in Exhibition

November 2nd, 2008

Eastern Washington University couldn’t overcome 21 percent shooting and a nearly nine-minute scoreless drought in the first half and lost 58-56 to Carroll College in a men’s basketball exhibition game Saturday (Nov. 1) at Reese Court in Cheney, Wash.

The game does not count in EWU’s season record or statistics. The Eagles have another exhibition game next Saturday (Nov. 8) against Puget Sound at 2:05 p.m. Pacific time before officially opening the season at Illinois on Nov. 14.

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State of '08: Utah

October 14th, 2008
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Rise & Fall: Low-Major Conference Review

August 4th, 2008
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In recent weeks, the Rise & Fall series has chronicled the progress (or regress) of college basketball's major conference teams. But if I equated each team to a civilization, I was mistaken. It is really the NCAA conference that equates to a burgeoning civilization or nation, each with its sometimes stable and sometimes rotating member states. Like civilizations, the prestige and power of conferences wax and wane..


Eastern Washington Signs Mark Dunn

May 20th, 2008
EWUCheney, WA - Mark Dunn, a 6-foot-8, 280-pound forward from Danville Area Community College in Illinois, has signed a letter of intent to attend Eastern Washington University and play men's basketball for the Eagles. He is from Trafalgar, Ind., and is a 2006 graduate of Indian Creek High School.

Dunn averaged 5.5 points and 3.9 rebounds as a sophomore at Danville, helping the Jaguars to a fourth-place finish at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II National Tournament.

Turnarounds: 31 Teams to Watch For in 08-09: Part One

May 12th, 2008

With the off-season now upon us and the spring signing period well under way, this is a good opportunity to attempt to forecast some of the teams who could make the jump next season. Is there a team out there like this past season’s Drake Bulldogs, who went from ninth place to a dominating run through the Missouri Valley? Or how about Arizona State, a team that went from dead last in the Pac-10 to fifth place and could have the makings of a conference title run this season?