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September 28, 2017

  • Did you miss out on our Homecoming win against Eastern Oregon University? Don’t worry, #YoteFam! We have the biggest highlights from the game right here for you! Don’t let this bye week get you down — check out all the major plays that led up to our 28-20 victory and get ready for our next home game on Oct. 14!

  • Caldwell Fine Arts at The College of Idaho presents Brigham Young University's Ballroom Dance Company in Swing ‘n’ Sway on Friday, October 13! Tickets are on sale now for adults between $10-25, with child tickets available between $5-12. Visit to order your tickets! Check out our blog post here to learn more about the dancers!

  • Prospective students! Are you curious about joining the #YoteFam? Fall Discovery Day is for you! The annual day of exploration will be held on Saturday, October 28. Learn more in our blog post here and check out to register now!

  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: Women’s volleyball continues its roll of success! Now No. 8 in the nation, the Lady Yotes improved their season record to 15-1 with victories against No. 16 Corban and Cascade Conference opponent Northwest Christian. Juniors Jackie van Vilet and Marija Djonovic each received Red Lion-Cascade Conference weekly awards as Player of the Week and Setter of the Week respectively, with van Vilet also picking up NAIA National Player of the Week honors…Sophomore football player Forrest Rivers was named Frontier Conference Defensive Player of the Week following his performance against Eastern Oregon University, earning a career-high 11 tackles and becoming only the third player to receive the honor since the program’s return in 2014. However, the Coyotes were unable to keep up the momentum, suffering a 7-31 loss on the road against Rocky Mountain College…Sophomore Molly Vitale-Sullivan received Red Lion-Cascade Conference Runner of the Week honors following her individual win at the Cascade Conference Preview Meet, finishing the 5,000-meter course in 18:38…Both men’s and women’s soccer teams recorded losses, with both programs dropping close matches against Southern Oregon and Rocky Mountain…Junior golfer Natalie Mullins earned medalist honors at the Northwest Christian Invitational, finishing six strokes ahead of second place and learning the Lady Yotes to a third place finish. Junior Chris Carew recorded a hole-in-one at the same tournament, the first ace by a Coyote golfer since 2013.

  • Alumni News and Notes: Sam Linnet ’11 has taken over the law practice of Idaho 5th District Judge Ned Williamson in Hailey, Idaho. The environmental studies graduate turned attorney is excited and confident in his new role, stating to the Idaho Mountain Express “It’s going to be a lot of hard work, but that’s OK, most good things are.”…Cheyan Coburn ’17 is serving as assistant volleyball coach at Butte County High School and part-time science teacher at Butte County Middle School. Coburn’s mother Jody serves as the high school’s head volleyball coach, and her younger sister (and C of I volleyball commit) Conlin returns to the squad for her senior year. The Coburn family was profiled by the Bonner County Daily Bee.