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Thirteenth-ranked Whitman College completed play in its annual quad at the Bratton Indoor Tennis Center Sunday afternoon with its third win in as many tries against a nationally-ranked opponent.
CHENEY — Whitman opened defense of its Northwest Conference women’s tennis championship on Saturday with a 7-2 victory over Whitworth.
Whitman College’s three-run outburst in the top of the seventh inning signaled an offense in thaw and helped propel the Missionaries to a 6-4 victory over host University of Dallas, on Saturday, at Crusader Field in the nightcap of a non-conference baseball doubleheader.
Whitman uses a 9-0 run late in the second half to run its win streak to eight.
The Missionaries hold a 54-50 midway through the second half, but George Fox uses a 12-0 run to pull away for the 73-65 win.
Whitman College’s women’s and men’s basketball teams bring their annual Play for the Cure event back to the Sherwood Athletics Center tonight when the Missionaries square off against Northwest Conference foe Pacific.
The season opener for Whitman College’s baseball team scheduled for Sunday afternoon at Borleske Stadium was postponed due to field conditions following days of inclement weather and ground thaw from the increase in local temperatures.
LEWISTON — The spring opener for Whitman College’s women’s tennis team Sunday morning was an uphill climb against the NAIA’s 17th ranked team from Lewis-Clark State College, but the NCAA Division III Missionaries, ranked 29th, went down swinging in their 8-1 non-conference defeat at the hands of the host Warriors.
LEWISTON — Whitman College’s 13th-ranked men’s tennis team opened its spring season Saturday morning with a quick 6-1 non-conference victory over host Lewis-Clark State College. The Missionaries’ afternoon non-conference match against Idaho ended with the same score, but with the Vandals capturing the 6-1 victory.
The Whitman men’s basketball team wins its sixth straight game on Friday, 79-56.
Point guard Heather Johns scores a game-high 24 points as the Missionaries win their third straight.
Heather Johns of the Whitman College women’s basketball team has been named to the 2015 Capital One Division III All-District 8 basketball team, as announced Thursday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
The Missionaries hand Whitworth its first conference loss of the season in impressive fashion Tuesday, 68-44.
Heather Johns scores 26 points and grabs 11 boards as the Missionaries pull to a game within second-place Whitworth in the NWC.
Lewis & Clark roared back from a 35-20 halftime deficit here at Sherwood Center Saturday, but Whitman hung on for a 56-52 Northwest Conference women’s basketball victory.
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