• Nelson, Eagles fall in second round of WNIT0

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The collegiate career of Butte High graduate Lexie Nelson came to an end Monday night when Eastern Washington fell 84-49 to home-standing Sacramento State in the second round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. Stats The Eagles close the season at 21-12, while Sacramento State (18-15) lives to play another day. Takara

  • Nelson scores 19, Eagles win WNIT opener at buzzer0

    PULLMAN, Wash. — Jade Redmon scored a layup at the buzzer Wednesday night, and Eastern Washington of the Big Sky Conference beat Pac-12 member Washington State 67-65 to open the WNIT. Stats Senior Lexie Nelson, the former Butte High Bulldog great, hit five 3-pointers and scored 19 points to pace the Eagles, who improved to

  • Eastern Washington women accept WNIT bid0

    Lexie Nelson’s college basketball career will continue at least one more game. Eastern Washington, which is coming off one of its best seasons in school history, accepted a bid to play in the WNIT. The Eagles will play Pac-12 member Washington State on Wednesday, the school announced Monday. Game time will be announced on Tuesday.

  • Big Sky suspends NAU’s Murphy one game0

    OGDEN, Utah — Big Sky Conference Commissioner Doug Fullerton has announced that Northern Arizona men’s basketball coach Jack Murphy will be suspended for his team’s next postseason contest. Murphy is being suspended for his involvement in a postgame incident following Montana’s 61-59 semifinal win over Northern Arizona on Friday night in Missoula. “Again, I want

  • Nelson’s Eagles get 20th win, advance to semis0

    MISSOULA — Led by Hayley Hodgins’ 22-point performance Wednesday night, Eastern Washington knocked off Northern Arizona 73-57 in the first round of the Big Sky Conference women’s basketball tournament at Dahlberg Arena. Stats The win gives the Eagles (20-10) their first 20-win season since 1984-85 and sends Eastern Washington into a battle with host Montana

  • Lexie Nelson named second-team All-Big Sky1

    OGDEN, Utah — Lexie Nelson’s basketball career added some decoration today. The 2010 Butte High graduate was named second-team All-Big Sky Conference, the league announced. The honors come after Nelson, a senior at Eastern Washington, took home first-team all-conference recognition the past two seasons. The awards were decided by a vote of the league’s 12


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