December 24, 2014
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When Mark Few was done hitting the “Add to Cart” button in assembling this year’s Gonzaga basketball roster, he began giving consideration to the game’s old, intractable math:
The WSU football team brings in a pair of four-star junior college recruits.
Danny Shelton, Hau’oli Kikaha and Shaq Thompson each earn first-team All-America honors.
Whitman College student Claire Revere was selected by USA Ultimate — the United States’ national governing body for the sport of ultimate Frisbee — for a spot on the elite National Team.
Gonzaga gets a break from Pac-12 foes, but doesn’t let up on the gas with a 94-54 rout of the Tigers Monday night.
Gary Payton II joins his father as the only players in Oregon State history to have triple-doubles Monday.
EWU junior QB Vernon Adams Jr. finishes behind Villanova’s John Robertson for the Walter Payton Award.
Ricky McCoy, a senior defensive lineman from Roosevelt High in Fresno, Calif., announced his commitment to the Washington football team on Monday. He had previously made a verbal commitment to Arizona.
FOREST GROVE, Ore. — Walla Walla Community College’s women’s basketball team found the Willamette Valley drinking water just fine over the weekend.
WALLA WALLA — An 18-11 stretch over the final six minutes rallied Whitman College’s women’s basketball team to within a bucket in the final seconds Sunday afternoon at Sherwood Center during the concluding game of the eighth annual Kim Evanger Raney Classic.
BELLEVUE — Portland’s Mike Gregory scored a basket at the buzzer here Sunday to lift the Panthers to an 86-84 victory over Walla Walla during the final day of the Bellevue Holiday Classic men’s community college basketball tournament.
SEATTLE — Despite trailing by double digits in the second half against Eastern Washington, the 17th-ranked Huskies never wavered or lost belief that Sunday’s game wouldn’t end just like it did in 2013.
SEATTLE — Chico McClatcher, a four-star athlete from Federal Way High School, has made a verbal commitment to the University of Washington football program.
SEATTLE — No. 11 Nebraska ousted No. 3 Washington, 3-1, from the NCAA Volleyball Tournament at Alaska Airlines Arena Friday night.
Jackson Clough and Philip Chircu reached double figures in scoring and Evan Martin pulled down 11 rebounds, but Whitman College wasn’t able to hold onto a first-half lead against visiting Warner Pacific College, eventually falling to the visiting Knights, 83-71, in non-conference action Saturday evening at Sherwood Athletics Center.
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