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December 21, 2017

  • It’s our last newsletter of the year, which means it’s not just the holiday season — it’s a time to reflect on all the great things that have happened across 2017! Reflect with us as we head into 2018 with this special 2017 C of I Year in Review video here!

  • C of I senior football player Nate Moore received two honors at the close of the football season. For the third straight year, Moore was honored as an American Football Coaches Association NAIA All-American, becoming the first NAIA player ever to become a three-time AFCA pick. Moore was also named as a first-team selection for the first ever NAIA All-America Team. Moore is also a finalist for the Cliff Harrison Award as Small College Defensive Player of the Year. Moore helped to led the Coyotes to a 6-5 record with a team-high 96 tackles on the season, finishing his final year with the school record of 324 tackles overall. The Idaho Press-Tribune featured Moore’s achievements in an article here!
  • Coyote Athletics Roundup: A total of 21 student-athletes were honored as Daktronic-NAIA Scholar Athletes for the fall, including eight from football, six from women’s soccer, three each from volleyball and men’s soccer, and one cross-country runner. Well done, Yotes!...Men’s basketball has continued its run of wins, earning victories against Corban, Northwest Christian and Eastern Oregon...In women’s basketball, the Lady Yotes fell to Corban, Northwest Christian and Eastern Oregon. They return to the court on Jan. 5 following the holiday break…C of I finished at No. 9 in the Learfield NAIA Directors’ Cup standings for the 2017-2018 fall season.

  • Over the last few weeks, C of I has been participating in the first ever Helmet Bowl, hosted by Helmet Tracker. The website has been on the search for the nation’s best college football helmet, and thanks to our devoted YoteFam fans, C of I’s helmet was entered into the 64-team single-elimination national bracket!
  • The Yote Helmet has taken on some strong opponents in each week-long round. Seeded at No. 8 in the national bracket, C of I has managed to topple the No. 9 Fort Lewis Skyhawks, No. 1 NW Missouri State Bearcats, and the No. 6 University of Oregon Ducks on its way to the Quarterfinals. The Yotes are the final NAIA team left in the tournament, but together with the Galludet University Bison (the other small school left in the bracket), we’re determined to make it all the way to the finals!
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  • Faculty and Staff Notes: Dr. Megan Dixon was one of several Caldwell residents to provide perspective on the upcoming Indian Creek Plaza development in Caldwell in a feature by Boise Weekly.
  • Alumni News and Notes: Anna Eberlin ’02 was named one of Idaho Business Review’s 2018 Women of the Year. Eberlin, an attorney at Holland & Hart LLP in Boise, was selected for the honor after a selection process judged by professional achievement, leadership, mentorship to other women, community service work and community leadership. Congratulations, Anna!...Holly Cook ’14 was hired as the Idaho Falls Police Department’s official Public Information Officer. Cook will serve as the department’s spokesperson and media liaison. “This department is a close group of incredible people who genuinely value serving our community,” Cook said. “We are fortunate to live in a very safe place, which is a credit to the hard work of the Idaho Falls Police Department. They are truly unsung heroes. I look forward to telling more of their stories.”…Chad Ivie ’07 was featured by for his participation in the “Shop with a Cop” Christmas tradition in Caldwell.

  • The December matching gift continues until the end of the year! From now until December 31st, our generous Board of Trustees has pledged to continue the tradition of matching every gift made to The College of Idaho up to $250, for an overall match of up to $150,000! Visithttps:/  to make your gift today!
  • The College will be closed for Holiday Recess from Dec. 24 through Jan. 1. Our offices will reopen on Jan. 2. Have a Happy New Year, YoteFam!