AT COLLEGE: Nov. 24, 2022
Washington State volleyball
Ryan, a 6-5 sophomore right-side hitter from Lakeland High, was named to the 2022 College Sports Communicators (CSC, formerly CoSIDA) Academic All-District women's volleyball team. A Pac-12 all-freshman team selection last season, Ryan has nine matches with double-digit kills at right side for the Cougars. She had a season-best .588 hitting percentage (10-0-17) in Washington State's home opener against Cal Baptist (Sept. 1) and had a season-high 15 kills against sixth-ranked Minnesota (Sept. 17). Ryan is an elementary education major at Washington State and earns the recognition for achieving a 3.63 grade point average through her first year and a half in the classroom.
College of Idaho women's basketball
Riley (nee Soumas), a 5-foot-3 guard from Timberlake High, sparked a come-from-behind win as College of Idaho beat Montana Tech 53-49 last Saturday in Caldwell. College of Idaho found itself behind by as much as 11 before scoring the final eight points of the game. Down 49-48 with 2:04 left to play, a three-point play by Riley regained the lead for College of Idaho for the first time since late in the first quarter. She went on to seal the win, making three of four free throws in the final seconds. Riley finished with a team-high 14 points, and also had three assists.
Washington State soccer
Rieken, a 6-foot senior defender from Lake City High, was named to the 2022 Academic All-District Team, selected by College Sports Communicators. Student-athletes must have participated in at least half of the school's competitions and maintain a 3.50 GPA. Rieken, who started 66 of 69 matches played, is an advertising major and finished with six goals and four assists.
Montana State-Northern men's basketball
McCliment-Call, a 6-foot-3 junior guard from Post Falls High and the Community Colleges of Spokane, scored a team-high 14 points for the Lights (6-0) in a 63-51 exhibition loss to Montana on Tuesday night in Missoula.
Eastern Oregon women's soccer
The senior from Coeur d’Alene High received Cascade Collegiate Conference first-team all-conference honors, as well as academic all-conference Honors. Skindlov started 17 of 19 games for the Mountaineers, finishing with five goals and six assists and leading her team with 16 points. The Mounties ended their season 12-4-3 overall, and 8-2-2 in conference play.