December 24, 2014
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Marcus Mariota, the prototypical 21st-century quarterback, took an old-fashioned approach to become Oregon’s first Heisman Trophy winner.
Jared Brownridge scored 25 points, including five 3-pointers, and Santa Clara beat Washington State 76-67 on Saturday night, ending a four-game losing streak to the Cougars.
Whether he played linebacker, safety, running back or special teams, Washington Huskies junior Shaq Thompson seemed to find a way to make big plays in 2014.
Kyle Wiltjer scored 24 points and No. 9 Gonzaga led all the way in beating UCLA 87-74 on Saturday night, snapping the Bruins’ four-game overall winning streak and handing them their first home loss.
Hailey McDonald’s three-pointer opened the scoring and six minutes later Whitman College owned a 15-point lead over visiting Walla Walla University Saturday evening at the Sherwood Athletics Center.
Dillon Brooks scored 24 points and Oregon beat Illinois 77-70 on Saturday night.
Oregon State is keeping opponents off balance with something a bit different each game.
Heisman favorite Marcus Mariota wins the Davey O’Brien QB, Maxwell and Walter Camp awards Thursday night.
Walla Walla Parks and Recreation and the Whitman College women’s tennis program is offering youth tennis lessons in January at Bratton Tennis Center on Whitman’s campus.
Przemek Karnowski ties his career high with 22 points in the Zags’ 81-66 victory.
After Mike Riley leaves for Nebraska, the Beavers bring in Gary Andersen, who went 10-3 this season.
Despite cracking the top 25 for the first time in three years, UW has watched attendance dwindle.
Gonzaga hosts Washington State at the Spokane Arena at 8 p.m. tonight.
Former Gonzaga women’s coach Kelly Graves didn’t recruit Tia Presley, even though she played at Gonzaga Prep in Spokane.
Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is joined by Alabama receiver Amari Cooper and Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon on the list.
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