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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Washington’s softball team scored a rare run against Alabama, but lost in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional, 11-1, to end its season.
Connor Halliday has rehabbed since November to prepare himself for a professional football career, but gave up the sport on the eve of his first NFL practice.
The WWCC baseball team plates two runs in the seventh inning to eke out a 3-2 win over Shoreline.
Former Washington offensive lineman Ben Riva didn’t know what to expect when he went to Wall Street in February for job interviews with some of the more influential financial firms: Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase.
Walla Walla Community College softball players Miranda Smith and Jacie McDaniels earned second-team all-Northwest Athletic Conference honors.
SEATTLE — The Washington softball team earned one of 32 at-large bids to the NCAA tournament and opens play Friday against South Carolina Upstate at the Tuscaloosa Regional hosted by No. 6 overall seed Alabama.
Treasure Valley held off a Walla Walla Community College rally to win the opener of their NWAC East twin bill on the Warriors’ field on Saturday, 10-8, and shutout WWCC 10-0 in the nightcap.
The Texas Supreme Court has denied former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach’s appeal in a lawsuit over his firing.
Sophomore Baily Bennett homered in extra innings for Walla Walla Community College to win the first game of a doubleheader Friday, 4-3, before visiting Blue Mountain took the nightcap, 8-5.
YAKIMA — Walla Walla Community College sophomore Clayten Ayres won the Warriors’ first game Saturday by scoring the go-ahead run in the last inning at Yakima for a 7-6 win, and then pitched more than seven innings in the nightcap, which Walla Walla won 8-5.
After mustering just four hits in a game one loss, the Walla Walla Community College baseball team came alive late to salvage a split against Big Bend on Wednesday.
Desperately needing victories in its final three NWAC East twin bills, WWCC’s softball team begins with a sweep of Big Bend on Tuesday.
The WWCC men fall a spot in the final round in Bellevue on Monday.
Whitman College’s Sweets ultimate frisbee program hosted the Northwest Regional tournament over the weekend, with 12 men’s teams and eight women’s squads competing for spots in the national tournament over Memorial Day weekend.
REDMOND, Wash. — Eagles Talon at Willow Run proved to be a testy track here Sunday during the first round of a Northwest Athletic Conference golf tournament.
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