Eastern Washington Needs Musicians for FCS Playoff Game - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Eastern Washington Football

Eastern Washington Needs Musicians for FCS Playoff Game

CHENEY, Wash. -

If you play an instrument, or if you used to play an instrument, Eastern Washington needs you for their FCS playoff game against Sam Houston State this weekend!

The school is in need of musicians because many of the students who regularly play in the band are out of town now that final exams are over. They did the same thing back in 2010 – the year the Eagles won the national championship.

Musicians must have their own instruments in most cases. And they must be available to meet in Cheney Saturday at 11 a.m. for a short rehearsal. The game itself is at 1 p.m.

Anyone interested in playing must register online. Spaces are limited.


*Mobile users: Register to play in the EWU band at http://bit.ly/T5kt2g (tap or copy and paste link to your mobile browser).

  • College

    • Rocky Wraps Up Spring Football with Scrimmage

      Check out highlights from the annual Rocky Mountain College spring football scrimmage.

    • Tinsley, Sweet Lead Crimson to Victory over Gray in WSU Spring Game

      by WSU Athletics SPOKANE, Wash. - Quarterback Trey Tinsley threw for 213 yards and three touchdowns while Kyle Sweet had game-highs of eight catches for 138 yards to led the Crimson team to a 34-24 victory over the Gray squad in the annual Crimson and Gray Game Saturday afternoon in front of 5,927 fans at Joe Albi Stadium.   Under sunny skies, the day began with the offense getting the better run of play. Tinsley led the Crimson team on an 11-play, 75-yard drive that culminated ...
    • Gonzaga beat Ohio State earlier this season, 86-59

      Gonzaga's Perkins undergoes shoulder surgery

      In an offseason overflowing with unexpected good news, Gonzaga men's basketball caught a bad break on Friday when Josh Perkins had to undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder.

    • Photo: Washington State Athletics

      Ethridge names Laurie Koehn as women's basketball associate head coach

      Prior to coaching with Ethridge, Koehn spent 11 years playing professionally both in the WNBA and oversees.

    • Photo: Washington State Athletics

      Jason Hanson elected to CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame

      Hanson, a pre-med major, was a three-time Academic All-American during his four years in Pullman (1988-91) and concluded his senior season by being named a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete.

    • Throwback Thursday; Craig Carse

      Throwback Thursday with former MSU-Billings Head Basketball Coach Craig Carse