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Dignitaries are honored at the dedication of Wolfe Field Phase Two on April 13, 2018.

Wolfe Field Phase Two recognizes donors at dedication ceremony

April 13, 2018

College of Idaho Trustee Tricia Baur walked through the entryway of Wolfe Field, crossing over to the newly completed courtyard named for her late husband, Dr. Gerald M. Baur ‘66, a C of I alumnus and former chair of the Board of Trustees. She looked down at the smiling face of her partner, forever immortalized in the stone in the very center of the courtyard — and smiled back.

“Gerry would have been so honored and humbled to know this place was in his name,” Baur said. “I’m thrilled at how we’ve been able to make this design turn out so beautifully.”

Sophomore Molly Vitale-Sullivan poses with running shoes on the College of Idaho campus.

C of I cross country ace reflects on NAIA National Championship victory

March 26, 2018

At this year’s Indoor National Championships on March 3, sophomore Molly-Vitale Sullivan achieved a career milestone by becoming the College’s second individual indoor national champion in program history. Vitale-Sullivan blasted away the competition in the 5,000-meters, taking home the title in 17:21.75 — a full 17 seconds ahead of the nearest finisher. And even after all the hard work she put in to make it to that point, Vitale-Sullivan couldn’t quite believe it as she crossed the finish line.

The C of I men's basketball team celebrates on the sidelines.

C of I men's basketball CCC Championship game regionally televised this Tuesday

February 26, 2018

What’s next on the list for our nationally ranked No. 4 Yotes? Capturing the Cascade Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament Championship. The Yotes will tip off against the No. 13 Warner Pacific University Knights at 8:05 p.m. this Tuesday, Feb. 27 in the J.A. Albertsons Activities Center for a shot at their third CCC Championship in five years — a home game that will be aired on the regional broadcast stage for the first time in the program’s history.

C of I's men's lacrosse team practices at Simplot Stadium.

C of I men's lacrosse ready for first varsity season

February 08, 2018

Today, as the lacrosse program enters its first season as a varsity sport —one of only four varsity level men’s lacrosse programs for small colleges west of the Rockies — the Yotes are underdogs no more. Since Gier took over as head coach in 2010, the Yotes have made four postseason appearances in the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association, three of which have come in the last three seasons. Last year, the Yotes posted a program record 12-1 season, and this year’s squad has been nationally ranked at No. 15 in the MCLA and tabbed to win the 2018 Pacific Northwest Collegiate Lacrosse League Championship.

Andrea Rojas Escot dances on the cover of the Fall 2017 Quest magazine

Fall 2017 Quest magazine officially released

December 14, 2017

The Fall 2017 issue of The College of Idaho’s alumni magazine, Quest, is now being sent to the College’s mailing list and is available to read for free online at the College’s website.

Yote Helmet

Saturday football game to proceed as scheduled

September 08, 2017

The breeze appears to be blowing in a favorable direction and the air quality has improved at Simplot Stadium in Caldwell. College of Idaho Athletic Director Reagan Rossi has continued contact with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and is confident that we will be on target to host Southern Oregon tomorrow as scheduled.

Yote Helmet

Potential postponement alert for Saturday football game

September 07, 2017

Due to the unhealthy air that has settled into the Treasure Valley this week, we believe it is prudent to have a contingency plan in the event the air remains unhealthy and our scheduled game needs to be postponed.

Football Charge

Football prepares for return to Simplot Stadium

September 06, 2017

Three years ago, The College of Idaho Coyotes stormed back onto the field for its first home football game since 1977. It was a program in its infancy, a team with few expectations of immediate success. Some doubted the Yotes could go toe-to-toe with the much older programs on their schedule, little more than a bye week for the opposition.

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