Northwest Notes Sept. 20, 2012

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Vandal men to have five

basketball games televised

MOSCOW ó The University of Idaho menís basketball team announced that at least five of the teamís games in the 2012-13 season will be broadcast on television.

The Vandals will have two games on ESPN, with the possibility of one more, according to a press release by the Western Athletic Conference. The teamís trip to Louisiana Tech on Thursday, Jan. 17 will be shown on regional television, as will the teamís matchup against Utah State at the Cowan Spectrum on Thursday, Jan. 31.

The Vandals will have one more opportunity for a national broadcast at the WAC tournament, with the championship game to be shown nationally on ESPNU on Saturday, March 16 at 8 p.m. Idahoís border battle with Washington State will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network on Wednesday, Nov. 28 in Pullman.

Two more regular season games will be broadcast on ROOT Sports ó the WAC opener against Seattle University in Seattle on Saturday, Dec. 29 and against the University of Denver on Feb. 16 in Denver.

All Idaho menís and womenís basketball home games and select road games will be available to view online through VandalXtra on GoVandals.com.

Warrior men 6th, women 9th

in latest NAIA cross country poll

KANSAS CITY, Mo. ó The Lewis-Clark State College menís cross country team moved to sixth nationally in the NAIA Top 25 Coachesí Poll, with the women now ranked ninth in the latest poll.

The Warriors were idle last week, but return to action Saturday at the Erik Anderson Invitational in Spokane.

Jacob Wimpenny of Post Falls High and Nick Pierson of Coeur díAlene are on the menís team.

The men received 479 points in the poll of head coaches nationwide, with the women receiving 398 points.

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