Stony Brook, N.Y. - Jahrie Level, the University of Idaho's third-leading receiver in 2012, has transferred to Stony Brook, head coach Chuck Priore announced on Monday. Level will have two years of eligibility left.
"I'm excited to have Jahrie join our football team," Priore said.
PASCO, Wash. - Tri-Cities Community Health and United Healthcare are hosting a free family health fair Wednesday.
The fair will highlight services that the clinic offers including medical, dental, pharmaceutical and other support services.
After hitting a rough patch and a three-game losing skid, the Shock have strung together a nice little win streak.
The confidence has been restored and the players are back to having fun. That being said, they know the Arizona Rattlers pose a huge hurdle this Saturday.
Former Shock quarterback Kyle Rowley has been assigned to the the Jacksonville Sharks, the team announced Monday.
Rowley won the ArenaCup while with the Shock in 2006 and returned to Spokane in 2010 to lead the team to the ArenaBowl title.
The Jacksonville Sharks defense is as good as they come in arena football.
That's what the statistics say, at least.
The Shock offense made easy work of the Sharks on Saturday night, out-gunning Jacksonville in a 76-41 win at the Spokane Arena.
The Sharks entered the game allowing just 44.9 poin
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Senior football player Jeff Minnerly and senior volleyball/track & field standout Cora Kellerman have been selected as Eastern Washington University's recipients of the Big Sky Conference Scholar-Athlete Award for the 2012-13 school year.
- Washington State's Jason Monda was selected in the sixth round (181st overall) of the MLB first-year player draft by the Philadelphia Phillies.
Monda, a junior from Olympia, Wash., pitched and played outfield for the Cougars and was named to the John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year