March 10, 2014
March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
Coach Bobbi Hazeltine couldn’t find a thing to complain about here Saturday afternoon in the moments after her Walla Walla women’s basketball team dominated Treasure Valley 70-46 in the first round of the NWAACC Championships in the Toyota Center.
It’s tough to beat a team three times in one season.
Heather Johns scores a career-high 30 points as Whitman downs Puget Sound, 77-60, to play for the NWC title on Saturday.
The Missionary men fall to the Loggers, 71-66, in the Northwest Conference semifinal matchup Thursday.
The WWCC women open the NWAACC Championships against Skagit Valley at noon on Saturday.
The Warrior baseball team led the NWAACC in home runs and were near the top in other offensive statistics last season.
New WWCC softball coach Mike Michaud is having fun learning a new game, as well as getting to know his new Warrior players.
Kevin Pangos took Gonzaga coach Mark Few’s advice and attacked the basket nearly every time he touched the ball.
After an outstanding start and a major slump, the Oregon Ducks are on a roll again. Whether or not it continues and results in a bid to the NCAA Tournament remains to be seen.
Roberto Nelson had 14 points and Oregon State managed to hold off a final charge and beat USC 76-66, sweeping the season series on Thursday night.
There were times at practice during the recently completed basketball season when veteran Walla Walla coach Jeff Reinland must have felt like pulling out what’s left of his thinning hair.
Washington State coach Ken Bone, who worked under Romar at Washington, is on the hot seat in Pullman.
The Missionary women’s basketball team takes its No. 1 ranking into the Northwest Conference Tournament on Thursday.
The Whitman men’s basketball team enters the Northwest Conference Tournament at full strength.
When Whitman College tipped off its 2013-14 women’s basketball season with a 77-76 victory over No. 5-ranked St. Thomas, Minn., at the Whitworth Classic in Spokane back in mid-November, Missionaries coach Michelle Ferenz surely knew that something was up.
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