The College of Idaho football team is set to hold its inaugural Purple and Gold Scrimmage on Monday, Aug. 25 – less than two weeks before the Coyotes return to competition after a 37-year hiatus. The scrimmage, which is free and open to the public, kicks off at 6 p.m. inside the newly renovated Simplot Stadium. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. and there will be a special pregame program beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The College of Idaho’s first football game in 37 years is just one month away, and tickets remain available to watch the Coyotes’ historic return to the gridiron. The C of I today has opened single-game ticket sales, with adult seats available for just $11 per game.
The College of Idaho’s first new campus building in more than a decade will officially open July 29 as the C of I dedicates the Marty Holly Athletics Center. The ceremony and ribbon cutting will begin at 10 a.m. inside the building, followed immediately by guided tours of the 22,000-square-foot facility.
Local football fans will have their first opportunity in more than 35 years to tailgate at a small college game when The College of Idaho’s reinstated program kicks off this fall, and spots are on sale now.
The College of Idaho, KTIK AM 1350 and Jon Carson Productions are teaming up to provide live radio broadcasts of the Coyote football team’s return to the gridiron this fall. All 11 regular-season C of I football games will be broadcast live on KTIK and streamed live online at www.ktik.com.
The College of Idaho football program today offered the first glimpse of what its players will wear on the field when the Coyotes return to the gridiron this fall.
The Coyotes will sport gold helmets with a purple C of I logo on the sides, head coach Mike Moroski announced following the team’s spring showcase on campus. The final design was decided by a vote amongst C of I students, alumni, faculty and staff.
College of Idaho Athletic Director Marty Holly has announced the resignation of Reagan Rossi as head women's basketball coach in order to assume full-time duties as associate athletic director. Rossi just completed her 13th season at the helm of the Lady Yotes and led the team to five NAIA Division II national tournament appearances during her tenure. Her top assistant, former C of I men's basketball head coach, Mark Owen, will assume the head coaching position in July.
College of Idaho Athletic Director Marty Holly has been named the 2013 NAIA Athletics Director of the Year, the national office announced Monday. This prestigious award is given annually to an athletics director for his or her accomplishments in all facets of athletics administration over the course of the previous year. Holly will be formally recognized at the 73rd Annual NAIA Convention Awards Luncheon on Saturday, April 12 in Kansas City, Mo.