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OKLAHOMA CITY — One of college softball’s hottest teams tries to keep its dream alive at the Women’s College World Series.
APPLETON, Wis. — Chris Haddeland threw a complete game in the biggest start of his life and No. 1 Linfield scored four runs in the fourth inning en route to a 4-1 victory over Southern Maine in the championship game of the NCAA Division III Finals Tuesday evening at Fox Cities Stadium.
Not much is being said these days by Washington concerning Seferian-Jenkins, who was arrested minutes before midnight March 9 in the Ravenna area and subsequently charged with drunken driving.
WALLA WALLA — Eight Walla Walla Community College players made their way onto the NWAACC East Region honor rolls released this week.
The WWCC men finish fourth after a strong first round, while the women rally for third place.
WALLA WALLA — Coach Mike Rostollan predicted that if tournament favorite Spokane stumbled — even a little bit — there were several rivals eager to take advantage.
ONTARIO — Walla Walla Community College suffered two one-run defeats here Friday in the first day of the NWAACC East Region baseball playoffs. The two losses eliminated the Warriors.
WALLA WALLA — Spokane is favored to win its second consecutive men’s title here beginning this morning when the NWAACC Championships golf tournament tees off at Veterans Memorial Golf Course.
WALLA WALLA — A couple of weeks ago, Mike Rostollan was worried that he might have to move today’s opening round of the NWAACC Championships golf tournament to a different venue.
BANDON, Ore. — Skagit Valley improved by eight shots here Monday at Bandon Dunes and pulled out a one-shot victory over Spokane at the annual Southwest Oregon Invitational men’s golf tournament.
BANDON, Ore. — Grant Geelan is in the hunt, but his team has a little more ground to make up heading into today’s second and final round of the Southwest Oregon Invitational men’s golf tournament on the breezy Oregon Coast.
CLAREMONT, Calif. — After falling behind 3-0 in doubles, the Whitman College women’s tennis team could never climb back into the match and saw its season end in a 5-0 loss to No. 11-ranked Redlands in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday.
LOS ANGELES — The Oregon men’s and women’s track and field teams each won Pac-12 titles on Saturday.
EUGENE— The University of Oregon says that tennis player Alex Rovello died in a diving accident Saturday at Tamolitch Falls in the Willamette National Forest.
WALLA WALLA — Columbia Basin swept Walla Walla Community College at home Saturday, 12-1 and 3-1.
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