Friday, February 3, 2012

EWU Eagle Links for Friday Morning


Freshman Parker Kelly was clutch in
victory last night
photo from goeags.com

Good Morning Eagle Fans!  As I mentioned yesterday, I’ve started a collaborative project to share links on all things EWU.  Follow this link to check out what everyone else is reading and to share what you read throughout the day.  Be sure to leave your twitter handle and I’ll share everything on the page in the following morning links.

Here’s what came up yesterday:

Q&A with EWU's Cliff Ederaine
http://www.bigskyconf.com/news/2012/2/2/MBB_0202124933.aspx

Don’t forget to include your twitter handle if you want me to attribute these to you!

And if you continue after the jump we will get into our regularly schedule tour of the web.


Jon at bigskybball.com shares a little about the search for a permanent head coach at Idaho State and links us to some information pointing to Weber State’s Damian Lillard getting some Naismith award love.

espnnorthwest.com has a recap of the Eagle women’s team cruising past the NAU squad in Cheney, largely thanks to Briann Ryan’s 29 point effort.

The Cheney Free Press had a big day for story posting yesterday check them all out here.  Highlights include a review of the historic Montana road trip sweep for the Eastern Women and the Men’s team’s snapping a four game losing streak against the Montana State Bobcats.

NAU's Gabe Rogers drives through
a double team
photo from nauathletics.com
goeags.com has their recap of last nights game up, with Coach Hayford pointing to the 25 points from the bench as a major reason for the win and singling out the 11 clutch points of Freshman Parker Kelly (#10)

The Spokesman Review has this recap up of the game last night pointing out that the Eagles broke an 8 year losing streak in Flagstaff.

Of Course you should check out my thoughts on the game at halftime and come back to www.ewueagleeye.com tonight for a look at the Eagles next opponent the Sacramento State Hornets, and of course my recap of last night’s game.  I’ll also continue my player profile series  with a look at one of last nights clutch performers: Parker Kelly (#10).