Monday, February 27, 2012

EWU Eagle Eye Links for Monday Morning

Good Morning Eagles fans and happy Monday.  It was a very busy weekend for me, between Navy Reserve drill, my refrigerator breaking down and of course watching the Eagles @ Portland State on Saturday so the blog ended up on the back seat just a bit, but don’t worry, I’ll have a game review up tonight and of course we’ll get into our EWU Eagle Eye Player of the week before tomorrow nights game against Idaho State.  In the meantime, here’s a brief look around the web for Eagles news and stories to get your through your Monday.

Melvin Morgan scored 18pts
vs EWU photo from ISUBengals.com
First we’ll take a stop at bigskybball.com where Jon offers an up close and personal recap of the Weber State @ Northern Colorado game from Saturday night.  Jon also passed along some personal news regarding the passing of his grandmother.  Please keep Jon and his family in your thoughts as you watch the Eagles prepare for the Big Sky Conference tournament and remember that athletics and sports can be a therapeutic and healing escape for a couple hours from life’s challenges.

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Tremayne Johnson scored 5 pts in
the final 41 seconds vs Idaho State
photo from goeags.com
Head over to goeags.com to check out their recaps of the victory at Idaho State and the disappointing defeat at Portland State.

For the post-game interviews with Coach Hayford and highlights featuring Dennis Patchin, head over to 700espn.wordpress.com.

Brian Lynn of Eastern 24/7 offers this piece covering the planned Center for Military Student Success at Eastern Washington University.  As a military veteran and current member of the armed forces, I think this is a great idea for a  program and a worthy cause for EWU and the community to get behind.

Kyle Franko of The Easterner offers this recap of the Eagles women’s teams loss to Portland State this weekend.  “We were terrible defensively,” said head coach Wendy Schuller. “Portland State executed offensively to a tee. They made the extra pass and they knocked shots down.”  The women still have the chance to win the regular season Big Sky Championship.

If you still haven’t had enough NCAA hoops reading to start your week, head over to Troy Machir’s Morning Mix on beyondthearc.nbcsports.com.

Be sure to check out my review of the Eagles post season clinching victory over the Bengals and be sure to come back tonight for more coverage of last week including a recap of the Portland State game, the EWU Eagle Eye Player of the Week candidates and of course a preview of Tuesday nights game vs Idaho State that will decide who gets to host the first round of the Big Sky Conference Tournament.