The NWAC announced Monday that all athletes will not be charged a year of eligibility for the 2020-21 school year, no matter how many games or matches they compete in.
The NWAC announced Thursday that it is pushing much of the fall sports season into the winter and spring quarters because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Central Washington University’s women’s basketball program has announced the rest of its recruiting class to go along with Ellensburg’s Brinley Hagemeier.
Yakima Valley College’s men’s basketball program got a huge infusion of local talent on Tuesday.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Tarryn Hart’s basketball ascension took a big jump up on Tuesday.
Three-time all-CBBN guard Ariel Winslow of West Valley will stay close to home, signing an NWAC letter of intent with the Yakima Valley Community College women’s basketball program.
The coronavirus pandemic will hurt local college athletic departments financially, but just how painful the unprecedented layoff turns out to be remains unknown.
YAKIMA, Wash. Kyle Krustangel is taking a lemons-into-lemonade approach to the coronavirus outbreak that’s ravaging the sports calendar.
YAKIMA, Wash. — The NWAC canceled the spring sports season Tuesday because of concerns over the coronavirus.
Sunday's SWX all-star basketball games between players from the Yakima Valley and the Tri-Cities area, and the NWAC basketball tournaments joined a growing list of canceled events amidst concerns of the coronavirus pandemic Thursday morning.
YAKIMA, Wash. — The NWAC men’s and women’s tournaments, which begin Thursday at two Oregon schools after being moved from Everett because of the coronavirus, will be played without fans in the stands, the conference announced Wednesday night.
YAKIMA, Wash. —Yakima Valley’s Jenni Johnson earned first team NWAC East honors while former Yakima Valley standouts Sailor Liefke and Marissa Cortes picked up a pair of individual awards.
The NWAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments are scheduled to resume Thursday at two Oregon schools, Yakima Valley College athletic director Ray Funk confirmed Sunday.
Central Washington and its fellow GNAC members will be on their own when it comes to creating schedules for fall sports this school year.
PULLMAN — Evan Battey had 16 points on 6-of-11 shooting, McKinley Wright IV added all 12 of his points in the second half, and Colorado rallied from an 18-point, first-half deficit to beat Washington State 70-59 on Saturday night.
SEATTLE — Putting on a display of near perfect balance, Central Washington’s women’s cruised to a 76-60 victory over Simon Fraser in the quarterfinals of the GNAC Tournament on Thursday at Seattle Pacific University.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Yakima Valley pounded Umpqua for 24 hits on Sunday en route to a nonleague sweep at Parker Faller Field.
WALLA WALLA — Yakima Valley’s men beat Walla Walla 82-80 on Saturday in an NWAC East playoff game to earn the division’s No. 4 seed in the NWAC tournament.
LACEY — It took Central Washington a little longer than expected to clinch its spot in next week's GNAC tournament.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Despite Jenni Johnson’s career night, Yakima Valley’s women could not keep pace on the boards in a 90-76 loss to Wenatchee Valley to close out the NWAC East regular season Wednesday night at Sherar Gym.