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BEND, Ore. — Whitman College men’s golf coach Peter McClure was hoping for three scores in the 70s and a fourth score that could make a difference here Sunday during the second and final round of the Spring Thaw at the Broken Top Golf Course.
WALLA WALLA — Whitman held its own with Willamette throughout its three-game Northwest Conference baseball series that wrapped up Sunday afternoon at sun-kissed Borleske Stadium.
The Whitman men’s golf team shoots a 307, trailing only Willamette and Corban University.
The Whitman baseball team scores five runs in the bottom of the ninth in game two, but it’s not enough in the 9-8 loss.
The Whitman women’s tennis team hands Whitworth its first NWC loss, 9-0.
The Whitman men’s tennis team stayed undefeated in Northwest Conference play with a commanding 9-0 sweep against Whitworth on Wednesday.
The community is invited to a celebration of Whitman College’s women’s basketball team after its run to the NCAA Division III national championship game, as well as All-American swimmers Claire Collins and national champion Karl Mering, from 5-6:30 p.m. Friday at Sherwood Center.
The Whitman Cycling Missionary Omnium took to the streets around the Missionary campus on Sunday.
KENNEWICK — If it wasn’t high winds, it was slick greens.
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Whitman and George Fox were originally scheduled to contest their Northwest Conference men’s tennis match on Friday, in Newberg, Ore., on the Bruins’ campus.
FOREST GROVE, Ore. — Whitman’s eight-game winning streak came to an end with a 5-3 loss to Pacific in a Northwest Conference baseball game here Sunday at Chuck Bafaro Stadium.
Solid starting pitching proved to be a catalyst for red-hot Whitman on Saturday in both ends of a Northwest Conference baseball doubleheader with Pacific at Chuck Bafaro Stadium.
No. 23 nationally-ranked and Northwest Conference-leading Whitman snapped a three-match losing streak Friday afternoon with a 9-0 blanking of visiting George Fox.
WALLA WALLA — Whitman College extended its winning streak to six games Sunday afternoon by completing a three-game Northwest Conference baseball sweep of Lewis & Clark with victories in both ends of a doubleheader at Borleske Stadium.
Pitchers Brett Lambert, Spencer Hobson and Nick Johnson allow just three hits combined in the win.
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