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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.
The Whitman men’s golf team, led by junior Scott Martin, dropped 20 strokes between Thursday and Friday at the six-team Aloha tournament.
Scoring, rebounding, you name it, graduation is certain to take a heavy toll on this year’s amazing Whitman College women’s basketball team.
NEWBERG, Ore. — Nationally-ranked George Fox got a complete-game three-hitter from Tom Zaronsinski, but Whitman College was able to escape with a victory in the weekend’s Northwest Conference baseball finale, 2-1, on Sunday.
CLAREMONT, Calif. — The Whitman women’s tennis team found it tough sledding at the inaugural Hen-Athena Tournament here over the weekend, dropping a 9-0 match to No. 4-ranked Amherst on Saturday and an 8-1 loss at the hands of No. 12 Pomona-Pitzer on Sunday.
The Missionaries trail by five before opening a double-digit lead by halftime against the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in the Final Four.
The Whitman baseball team dropped a doubleheader to George Fox on Saturday.
Whitman College swimmer Karl Mering swam where no missionary has swum before on Thursday, winning the college its first swimming national title in school history by swimming the 100-yard butterfly in 47.91 seconds at the NCAA DIII National Championships.
The Missionaries lead 60-57, but FDU uses a 12-2 run to pull away for the win
SSTEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Whitman women’s basketball team isn’t accustomed to getting off to slow starts. It’s also not accustomed to losing this season.
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