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Ben Rotert takes over the WWCC men’s program, while ex-Warrior player Jordan Hacker heads up the women’s team.
Starting guard Royce Woolridge and reserve center James Hunter have left the Washington State basketball program, while recruit Jermaine Morgan has been released from his letter of intent.
The Huskies’ defensive tackle is still rehabbing an injured shoulder, but eyes the NFL after this season.
Gonzaga assistant women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier was promoted to head coach on Monday, replacing Kelly Graves, who left for Oregon after 14 seasons with the Bulldogs.
After a brief flirtation with the NBA, Washington men’s basketball star Nigel Williams-Goss told the Huskies he’s returning in 2014-15 for his sophomore season.
BEND, Ore. — Whitman College men’s golf coach Peter McClure was hoping for three scores in the 70s and a fourth score that could make a difference here Sunday during the second and final round of the Spring Thaw at the Broken Top Golf Course.
WALLA WALLA — Whitman held its own with Willamette throughout its three-game Northwest Conference baseball series that wrapped up Sunday afternoon at sun-kissed Borleske Stadium.
Pitcher Kalani Omoto goes eight innings, allowing just one run in the game-two win.
The Whitman men’s golf team shoots a 307, trailing only Willamette and Corban University.
The Whitman baseball team scores five runs in the bottom of the ninth in game two, but it’s not enough in the 9-8 loss.
The Whitman women’s tennis team hands Whitworth its first NWC loss, 9-0.
SEATTLE — Patrick Enewally, a redshirt freshman defensive back from Norwalk, Calif., has been dismissed from the Washington Huskies football team, a UW spokesperson confirmed.
PULLMAN — The first play from scrimmage was a defensive offsides. A broken coverage and improper technique led to four passing touchdowns in just 40 plays. Three quarterbacks combined to complete over 60 percent of their passes.
Jesse Houser throws WWCC to a 6-3 opening victory over the Chukars, before Cody Mathews pitches TVCC to a 4-3 win.
The Whitman men’s tennis team stayed undefeated in Northwest Conference play with a commanding 9-0 sweep against Whitworth on Wednesday.
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