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The Walla Walla Community College men’s golf team opened its spring season at Horn Rapids Golf Club on Sunday and Monday.
Ernie Kent, who is somewhat familiar with Houdini escapes, Monday accepted a challenge of a similar magnitude, that of rebuilding the sagging Washington State men’s basketball program.
Former Oregon head coach Ernie Kent is hired by Cougar AD Bill Moos on Monday.
Washington receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow will be charged, but quarterback Cyler Miles reportedly won’t be in an assault case.
Washington’s run in the WNIT came to an end Monday with a 70-63 loss to UTEP in front of a raucous crowd of 10,227.
WALLA WALLA — Whitman College extended its winning streak to six games Sunday afternoon by completing a three-game Northwest Conference baseball sweep of Lewis & Clark with victories in both ends of a doubleheader at Borleske Stadium.
Pitchers Brett Lambert, Spencer Hobson and Nick Johnson allow just three hits combined in the win.
Walla Walla drops its first East Region game to Yakima Valley, 8-6, after winning the opener.
The Whitman men’s golf team, led by junior Scott Martin, dropped 20 strokes between Thursday and Friday at the six-team Aloha tournament.
Kendyl Hamilton and Brook Simpson clubbed two-run home runs Saturday afternoon as Walla Walla Community College posted a 6-3 victory over defending NWAACC champion Wenatchee Valley in the first game of an Eastern Region softball doubleheader at Warrior Field.
Scoring, rebounding, you name it, graduation is certain to take a heavy toll on this year’s amazing Whitman College women’s basketball team.
Sophomore JJ Robinson hits three home runs in the doubleheader sweep against Wenatchee Valley.
Husky freshman Kelsey Plum scores 13 of the team’s final 19 points to lead Washington to a 62-55 win over San Diego State.
When the air horn sounds at 3 p.m. today and Washington State football coach Mike Leach gathers his team around him to begin the first of the Cougars’ spring football practices he’ll see a lot of new faces looking back at him.
With spring practices approaching, the defensive backfield is a major area of concern for the Cougars.
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