March 10, 2014
March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
With both teams struggling on the court, fans have been reluctant to turn out.
Arizona is soaring, Oregon is aspiring and USC has co-opted a suspend-a-player-a-week plan. Eureka: It’s almost March, when some teams will be transcendent and some will be dead in the water, which is to say they’ll be in the CBI.
Whitman College’s undefeated women’s basketball team is the new No. 1 team in the D3hoops.com Top 25 poll following completion of its 25-0 regular season.
First, let it be said that Ken Bone, the Washington State basketball coach, is a man of integrity, somebody who always represents his institution well.
Offensive and defensive struggles are only a part of the recent 0-2 road trip.
Husky running back Bishop Sankey finishes second in the bench press and ties for ninth in the 40.
UW tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins misses on-field drills after tests reveal a pre-existing foot injury.
EUGENE — Washington State lulled Oregon to sleep in the first half. Mike Moser woke the Ducks back up.
CHENEY — Whitman College’s women’s tennis team, ranked No. 5 regionally and No. 16 nationally at the NCAA Division III level, suffered a 5-2 setback to Division I Eastern Washington Sunday afternoon at the Jim Thorpe Fieldhouse.
SALEM, Ore. — No. 16 nationally-ranked Whitman improved its Northwest Conference men’s tennis record to 2-0 and moved to 3-1 overall Saturday after a 9-0 whitewashing of Willamette.
Whitman fell into an early 8-0 hole Saturday night and was unable to recover in an 80-62 Northwest Conference men’s basketball loss to Lewis & Clark at the Pamplin Sports Center.
The Northwest Conference’s leading scorer did her part to help No. 2 Whitman claim a piece of league history on Saturday night.
Duda Sanadze scored 15 points, including three free throws in the final 2.9 seconds, and the San Diego Toreros upset No. 25 Gonzaga 69-66 Saturday night, the first time the Bulldogs have lost consecutive games this season.
Venky Jois scored a career-high 29 points and Tyler Harvey added 26 as Eastern Washington kept Southern Utah winless in the Big Sky, winning 85-74 Saturday.
What’s done is done.
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