The College of Idaho has a rich history of intercollegiate athletics, dating back over a century - with success on and off the court, field and slopes. Coyote men's teams include soccer, cross country, and football in the fall; basketball, swimming, skiing and indoor track in the winter; with baseball, golf, lacrosse (club), and outdoor track in the spring. The Lady Yotes compete in soccer, cross country, and volleyball in the fall; basketball, swimming, skiing, and indoor track in the winter; with softball, golf, tennis, and outdoor track in the spring.
The Coyote basketball and baseball programs have been among the best in the Northwest over the past three decades - the basketball team advancing to 19 NAIA National Championship events, winning the 1996 NAIA Division II national title and advancing to the national quarterfinals in 2015, with the baseball team advancing to the postseason every year from 1987-2012 - winning the 1998 NAIA National Championship. Coyote skiers have been among the best in the USCSA since the late 1970s, while both cross country programs have been a perennial Top-25 teams each of the last nine seasons.
Over the past decade, The C of I has fielded one of the more successful women's intercollegiate athletic programs in the Pacific Northwest. Five sports - basketball, volleyball, cross country, softball and track & field - have finished in the Top-10 of their respective national tournaments, while each of the 10 Lady Yote teams have had success on the field, court, track or hill. The women's alpine ski team have advanced to 15-straight USCSA National Championships, while The C of I volleyball team won eight-straight Cascade Conference titles from 2006-13 and advanced to nine of the last 10 NAIA National Championships.
College of Idaho Athletics are college athletics located in Caldwell, ID.