The No. 17 Mountaineers split against a pair of opponents at the Warner Pacific duals, falling to No. 14 Embry-Riddle before defeating host Warner Pacific on Saturday in Cascade Collegiate Conference play.
The Mountaineers men's basketball gained the lead 12 seconds into the game and never lost it defeating Cascade Collegiate Conference rival Northwest Christian 92-83 on Saturday night.
The No. 7 Eastern Oregon women's basketball team came away with a thrilling 69-61 overtime victory at No. 15 Northwest Christian, extending the team's winning streak to 14 games on Saturday in Cascade Collegiate Conference play.
The Eastern Oregon track and field team had another impressive day with multiple NAIA qualifying marks at the Bronco Invitational on Saturday at the Ford Idaho Center Jackson's Track.
Corban missed the first free throw of a 1-and-1 and the Mountaineers swatted the rebound away with 0.4 seconds left as the Eastern Oregon men's basketball team earned its seventh-straight victory, defeating Corban 77-75 on the road on Friday night.
Behind a dominating 33-10 advantage in the first quarter, the No. 7 Eastern Oregon women's basketball team cruised to its 13th-straight victory, defeating Corban 77-53 in Cascade Collegiate Conference action on Friday night.
The Eastern Oregon men's wrestling team kept it's spot in the NAIA Wrestling Coaches' Top-20 Poll, ranked No. 17 two weeks in a row.
The Cascade Collegiate Conference announced its weekly player and athletes of the week as Eastern Oregon's Maya Ah You-Dias and Matthew Kirkendall have been selected for the honors for competition from Jan. 8-14.
The No. 17 Eastern Oregon men's wrestling team fell on the road to North Idaho College 30-9 on Saturday afternoon.
Senior guard Cole Ashby drained a go-ahead three pointer with 24 seconds left and the defense held on as the Eastern Oregon men's basketball team upset No. 16 Warner Pacific College on Saturday night at Quinn Coliseum in Cascade Collegiate Conference.