I was in shape for this year’s Whiskey Basin Half Marathon, and my goal was to push myself across the entire distance. I went out hard, determined to finish the same way.
Trying to battle back from a 22-point deficit, the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks held the Portland State Vikings to just seven points in the second half Saturday while on the road.
The Coconino Panthers football team took a drive down 1-17 Friday night to take on the undefeated Apache Junction High School Prospectors. After a scoreless first quarter, Panthers running back Cooper French completed a 4-yard touchdown that would be the start of a 28-21 Coconino victory.
Coming off their bye week, the Flagstaff Eagles could not handle a constant barrage of blitzes from the Marcos de Niza Padres and lost 30-12 Friday in Tempe.
The 13th-ranked Flagstaff Eagles volleyball team swept No. 42 Prescott, 25-19, 25-17, 25-16, at home Thursday to win their fourth consecutive regular-season match and remain undefeated in the Grand Canyon Region standings.
Northern Arizona (1-9, 0-3 Big Sky) bounced back from an uneven first two sets to force a fifth before Sacramento State (7-8, 3-0 Big Sky) held on for a 25-18, 25-13, 24-26, 22-25, 15-12 victory in the Rolle Activity Center on Thursday.
Hannah Petrucci was asked if she gets tired of hat tricks and other goal-scoring streaks Thursday afternoon.
Northern Arizona defensive lineman Sheldon Newton has proven, at this early part of the season, a bright spot in one of the Lumberjacks football team’s top position units in 2022.
NAZ Elite upped their odds at claiming another USATF championship when it announced Wednesday that Aliphine Tuliamuk would be added to this weekend's start list.
Coconino High School’s volleyball team is trailing 24-13 in the second set, and senior captain Hope Williamson swings from the pin, drilling the ball for a kill without fear.
The Northern Arizona golf team concluded the Golfweek Red Sky Classic in Wolcott, Colorado, with a bang, tying the seventh-lowest round in relation to par in program history on Wednesday. The Lumberjacks moved up three spots and finished 11th overall following a 1-under-par 287 and wrapping …
Following two tough one-score losses the past two weeks, Coconino football has yet another potentially difficult matchup Friday.
The Northern Arizona volleyball team looks to pick up its first conference win of the season and snap an extended skid, with a pair of home matches versus Sacramento State and Portland State in the Rolle Activity Center this week.
The Basis Flagstaff Yeti volleyball team could not piece together back-to-back wins for the first time this season, falling 3-0 to Page at home Tuesday.
Flagstaff football’s last major win didn’t just serve as a special moment for this season. The Eagles hope their latest victory is a stepping stone to more success, including a tough matchup on Friday.
The Northern Arizona University women's cross country team shot up the national rankings after a strong performance at the Cowboy Jamboree over the weekend. Moving up 18 spots, the Lumberjacks are now ranked fourth in the nation, their highest ranking in program history. This is also the fir…
The Flagstaff Eagles boys and girls cross country teams took second and third, respectively, at the Western Equinox XC Festival at Freestone Park in Gilbert on Saturday.
The Northern Arizona women's soccer team scored in the 82nd minute, and the Lumberjacks drew, 1-1, at San Diego behind Dai Williams' fourth goal of the season Sunday.
Coconino proved to be the superior Panthers volleyball team Monday night, sweeping Peoria 25-14, 25-20, 25-19 at Coconino High School.
Daniel Bridge-Gadd is far from the same guy that used to throw touchdown passes in Phoenix and Flagstaff. He still has appreciation for the game that molded him, but things are much different now.
I’m a runner and I have Type 1 diabetes; to me, these two things go hand in hand. I was 41 when I was diagnosed. Although most people still call this disease “juvenile diabetes,” being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes later in life is becoming more common.
The Northern Arizona women’s and men’s cross country teams finished second and third, respectively, at the Cowboy Jamboree in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Saturday.
Coach Chris Ball crumpled up the stat sheet after Saturday’s postgame press conference. He didn’t want to look at the numbers anymore.
The Northland Prep Academy girls soccer team kept its undefeated regular season intact with a pair of road victories Thursday and Friday.
The Coconino Panthers hosted the Poston Butte Broncos on Friday and lost in heartbreaking fashion, 29-28.
The Coconino Panthers football team could not hold on late and Poston Butte scored a go-ahead touchdown and two-point conversion to steal a 29-28 victory at Cromer Stadium Friday.
LJ Davis is preparing for another Big Sky Conference football season. This year, though, it’s in a new uniform.
Northern Arizona's cross country teams are headed to Stillwater, Oklahoma, for the Cowboy Jamboree set to take place Saturday. The men are the defending champions and are looking for their third straight win, while the women are attending the meet for the first time since 2015.
Following a tough 27-21 loss at Arcadia in which they gave up the lead last week, the Coconino Panthers are looking to bounce back with a home contest against the Poston Butte Broncos on Friday.
Northern Arizona soccer is set to head to California to take on Loyola Marymount and San Diego in the last pair of nonconference matches this season.