After numerous lead changes and an OT session, Multnomah takes the 68-65 win.
COLLEGE PLACE — Forty minutes wasn’t enough to decide a winner between the Walla Walla University men’s basketball and Multnomah on Monday evening.
DaShaun Wiggins scored 23 points and Portland State ripped NAIA-member Walla Walla University 94-52 on Monday.
Connor Hill scored 19 points, hitting 5 of 7 from 3-point range, to help propel Idaho to an 86-39 win over Walla Walla University on Thursday night.
WALLA WALLA – An 11-0 run one minute into the game effectively put the game on ice Saturday evening as Whitman College breezed to a 117-71 non-conference men’s basketball victory over visiting Walla Walla University at the Sherwood Athletics Center.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Walla Walla University women’s basketball team fell, 87-27, to Oregon Tech on Tuesday.
The Walla Walla University women’s basketball team fell to Simpson University, 76-42, on Monday.
Frederik Jorg scored 18 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had five blocks, and Eastern Washington set a school record for shooting Wednesday night in a 95-34 win over NAIA Walla Walla.
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.
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