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In the News

September 14, 2017

  • Dr. Howard Berger has been teaching students at C of I for over three decades — so is there anything different he’s expecting for this semester? Check out the latest from the bench in the newest episode of “The Berger Banter,” which can be found here!

  • We are now in Month 17 of construction on the Cruzen-Murray Library! The library has received a lot of attention as its form has come together, including this excellent profile by the Idaho Press-Tribune on the library’s construction! Stay tuned, #YoteFam — we’ll have our own update on the library’s progress soon, but for now, take a look at the last month of progress in this timelapse video!

C of I falls to Southern Oregon 41-25 in home opener

  • #YoteSteel made its highly anticipated return back to Simplot Stadium on Sept. 9 for their first home game of the season, undeterred by their 0-2 record and the possibility of forced rescheduling due to poor air quality. The Yotes took the fight to the Southern Oregon University, hanging with the Raiders at 20-14 at halftime. Although the Yotes fell to the Raiders with a score 41-25, the atmosphere was electric for the Yotes thanks to the support of the #YoteFam! With our Homecoming game just around the corner on Sept. 16, get your hype on by checking out this gallery from our last home game!

  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: Our Lady Yotes picked up their first loss of the season in volleyball against Southern Oregon, but they remain 11-1 on the year to date. Junior Marija Djonovic received Red Lion-Cascade Conference Setter of the Week honors for the third time this season, recording season high assists and kills against SOU…Both men’s and women’s soccer teams are on winning streaks, with the women’s team defeating Pacific University 3-1 and Linfield College 2-0 while the men’s team defeated Simpson University with an explosive 5-1 victory and Sierra Nevada College 5-3…The men’s basketball program will host a coaching clinic on Sept. 30 in the J.A. Albertson Activities Center, featuring head coaches and former head coaches from Weber State University, Nevada, Stannford, LSU, TCU and Oregon Tech, as well as C of I…Mark your calendars! The 33rd Annual Coyote Open golf tournament will be held on Sept. 29 at Falcon Crest Golf Course…The men’s golf team came away with 9th place at the Oregon Tech Fall Invitational, while the women’s team placed 3rd.

  • The Idaho Press-Tribune ran a pair of great profiles of two of our standout athletes. First up is our senior women’s soccer goalkeeper, Brittany Houghton, who the Press-Tribune has called “the face of the women’s soccer program” thanks to her numerous school records in goalkeeping. Check out her profile here!

  • The second profile is for NAIA All-American sophomore cross country runner Molly Vitale-Sullivan. The Pocatello native brings her determination to the team, as well as significant successes. Read up more about her here!
  • Go Purple on Fridays! The Idaho Press-Tribune ran an excellent feature about our Go Purple initiative, a community drive to support our athletic teams while also benefiting local businesses. You could be saving a lot of money, too! Check out the full article here!
  • Alumni News and Notes: Sydney Donaldson ’15 has signed on for a season of basketball play with the Reading Rockets for 2017-2018. Donaldson has been back in his native England since graduating from C of I, with his standout basketball stats earning him a spot on the Derby Trailblazers for the 2015-2016 season…Virginia Hutchins ‘93 has departed from her position at the Times-News after 22 years on its staff, finishing her tenure as its enterprise editor. The physics and English literature grad now plans to focus on family priorities, taking a sabbatical from full-time work.