March 8, 2014
March 8, 2014
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.
The Missionaries defeat Whitworth, 84-69, on Tuesday to remain undefeated and win their first championship in 10 years.
Whitworth hands the Missionary men a 79-76 defeat as their rivalry continues.
The Whitman tennis team’s season begins with a split with a tough Lewis-Clark State team on Monday.
Whitman’s baseball team caps its 11-game, three-state trip with a dramatic sweep of Schreiner University on Monday.
Five Missionary swimmers head to NCAA Nationals after their finishes at the Northwest Conference championships.
WALLA WALLA — It was the kind of competitive battle one would expect when two regionally- and nationally-ranked NCAA Division III teams square off in the athletic arena.
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Whitman College flashed its deep talent across the board in Sunday’s finals, with strong swims from members of each class.
Whitman College rallied from a 4-0 deficit Saturday to defeat Hendrix 6-4 behind a three-RBI effort from Kyle Moyes.
Whitman College’s men’s basketball team celebrated Senior Night Friday with a 91-63 thumping of Linfield Saturday night.
The Whitman College women, undefeated and ranked No. 2 in the nation, clinched a tie for the Northwest Conference title with an 80-53 victory over Linfield Saturday.
Undefeated Whitman hosts one-loss George Fox on Friday night in a battle for NWC supremacy.
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