The College of Idaho men's and women's distance medley relay teams advanced on the opening day of the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championships in Geneva, Ohio. The women won their heat in 12:04, while the men placed second in their heat, but recorded the second-fastest time of the day with a 10:01. Jasmine Sibert placed 15th in the pentathlon, while Mike Hurd is 11th going into the second day of the heptathlon.
C OF I SWIMMING: Selena Warburton set a school record in the 50 freestyle (24.80) and swam legs on relay teams, helping the Coyotes to 10th place after the first day of the NAIA Swimming and Diving Championships in Oklahoma City, Okla. The men qualified for the consolation finals in the 200-medley relay, placing seventh, and sit in 16th place.
BOISE STATE AWARD: Bob Madden, an associate athletic director and fundraiser for the Bronco Athletic Association, is the recipient of the 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Association of Athletic Development Directors. Madden, who has spent 33 years in athletic development at BSU, will be honored June 14 in Orlando, Fla.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Montana State Billings beat Northwest Nazarene 76-63 on Thursday in Nampa. Megan Hingston had 18 points and seven rebounds for the Crusaders (18-7, 10-7 GNAC).
IDAHO SWIMMING: Rachel Millet (200 IM, 2:00.39) and Paige Hunt (3-meter diving) won events at the WAC Championships in San Antonio on Thursday. The Vandals are fourth as a team.