COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s Brook Fesler scored four goals Saturday night, the first of which came 38 seconds into the match, as the Wolves defeated Multnomah University, 6-0, in men’s soccer play.
The Blue Mountain Community College volleyball team downed Walla Walla University in straight sets on Tuesday.
EUGENE — The Walla Walla University women’s volleyball team returned to action Saturday, losing to Northwest Christian in three sets here, 25-15, 25-20, 25-21.
WALLA WALLA — An explosive second half helped lead the Whitman College men’s soccer team to a resounding 6-0 non-conference victory Sunday night over crosstown rival Walla Walla University at the Sherwood Athletic Fields.
Walla Walla University follows a four-set loss to the Pioneers with a five-set victory in the nightcap on Thursday.
LA GRANDE — The Walla Walla University Wolves’ volleyball team dropped a match in three sets against Eastern Oregon University here Wednesday, 25-15, 25-14, 25-10.
WALLA WALLA – A speed bump in the second set of the season wasn’t nearly enough to derail Whitman College’s volleyball team from a 3-1 season-opening win Friday night over visiting Walla Walla University in a non-conference match at Sherwood Athletics Center.
LIBERTY LAKE, Wash. — Walla Walla University’s volleyball team opened its season with three matches at the Sports Travel Northwest Invitational at The HUB Sports Center here Thursday.
Walla Walla University begin CCC competition for the 2015-16 athletic year.
The Walla Walla University men’s basketball team had a cold shooting night, as the Wolves fell to Lewis-Clark State College 98-66 on Thursday.
The Missionary women force 19 Walla Walla University turnovers en route to an 83-42 victory at Sherwood Center on Tuesday.
Get free admission to Tuesday’s Walla Walla University at Whitman College women’s college basketball game with any donation of a canned food or new item of clothing.
CHENEY, Wash. — Two days after suffering a hard fought 92-80 loss to the University of Washington in Seattle, Eastern Washington University got back on the winning track at the expense of Walla Walla University here Tuesday night at Reese Court.
JaLisa Jose leads the Warriors with 13 kills, 11 digs and seven blocks, as WWCC rolls to four-set win.
The Whitman men’s soccer team downs Walla Walla University, 3-2, with 21 seconds remaining.
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