College Sports


Warriors wrap up 2nd in East

Walla Walla Community College’s volleyball team rallied from behind Spokane to beat the on-coming Sasquatch in four sets, 10-25, 25-22, 25-22 and 25-19, in a Northwest Athetlic Conference match, the Warriors’ last of the regular season, Wednesday.

Baumgart signs with WSU

DeSales senior Emily Baumgart officially signed to attend and play golf at Washington State University on Wednesday.

Defensive might

Valentine Izundu was known for his shot-blocking abilities and defensive presence at Houston. That defensive might is exactly what WSU coach Ernie Kent hopes Izundu will bring to the Cougars as they

In some ways, little has changed for Washington State center Valentine Izundu.

WSU’s next generation

Dom Williams and Gabe Marks lead the Cougars’ receivers, but more teammates are getting involved in the WSU passing game.

Washington State receivers Dom Williams and Gabe Marks are good friends, and they also happen to be the Cougars’ two leading receivers.

Huskies hopeful Baker, Qualls can play at ASU

Safety Budda Baker is in concussion protocol, and nose tackle Elijah Qualls has a bad ankle.

After taking a “friendly fire” hit from fellow safety Jojo McIntosh on Saturday, Washington sophomore safety Budda Baker remains in concussion protocol this week. His availability for Saturday’s game at Arizona State likely won’t be determined until later in the week.

US colleges head to China to grow hoops fan base

Washington and Texas play the first regular-season basketball game in China on Saturday.

Forty years ago, former basketball star Bill Walton made a decision he still regrets today.

Undefeated Wolves men upset Montana Western

Walla Walla University’s Chad Torkelsen drained five of his eight shots from beyond the three-point arc, totaled 19 points and led the Wolves to a 72-67 win over Montana Western, ranked No. 23 in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Saturday afternoon at the Taco Bell Shoot Out.

Missionary women boot past Pioneers

Whitman College’s women hosted Northwest Conference opponent Lewis and Clark College in the last game of the Missionaries’ season Sunday afternoon, and the script could not have been written much better on a day that Whitman honored its seniors in their final home game.

Warriors blanked in NWAC quarterfinal

Peninsula’s Trevan Estrellado did his part to bring Walla Walla Community College’s men’s soccer season to an end during Northwest Athletic Conference quarterfinal action here Saturday afternoon.

Wolves swept by Coyotes

College of Idaho posted a 3-0 win over Walla Walla University here Saturday in women’s volleyball action at Windemuth court.

Whit falls to Willamette

Whitman closed out its Northwest Conference volleyball season here Saturday night.

Pirates top Whit, 3-1

Whitworth’s high powered soccer machine visited the Whitman pitch here Saturday in Northwest Conference men’s soccer action.

Guard situation unsettled at No. 9 Gonzaga

No. 9 Gonzaga will enter the season set just about everywhere except at guard, a position of stability for years that now raises questions.

Washington State coach, Cougars reject last place prediction

Washington State coach Ernie Kent isn’t buying the media prediction that his Cougars will finish last in the Pac-12 this season.

University of Washington’s youth makes Huskies great unknown

In many ways, Lorenzo Romar is starting from scratch, similar to when he first arrived at Washington in 2002.