Whitman College Sports


Missionary men derail Wells Express

WALLA WALLA – Jackson Clough scored a game-high 25 points — which included a 4-for-8 performance from 3-point range — to lead Whitman to a 120-61 victory over visiting Wells College in a non-conference men’s basketball game Sunday night at the Sherwood Athletics Center.

Whitman’s Revere earns spot on National Ultimate Frisbee team

Whitman College student Claire Revere was selected by USA Ultimate — the United States’ national governing body for the sport of ultimate Frisbee — for a spot on the elite National Team.

Corban escapes with win over Whit women

WALLA WALLA — An 18-11 stretch over the final six minutes rallied Whitman College’s women’s basketball team to within a bucket in the final seconds Sunday afternoon at Sherwood Center during the concluding game of the eighth annual Kim Evanger Raney Classic.

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Missionary men fall to Warner-Pacific, 83-71

Jackson Clough and Philip Chircu reached double figures in scoring and Evan Martin pulled down 11 rebounds, but Whitman College wasn’t able to hold onto a first-half lead against visiting Warner Pacific College, eventually falling to the visiting Knights, 83-71, in non-conference action Saturday evening at Sherwood Athletics Center.

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Whitman women drop Wolves, 67-34

Hailey McDonald’s three-pointer opened the scoring and six minutes later Whitman College owned a 15-point lead over visiting Walla Walla University Saturday evening at the Sherwood Athletics Center.

Whitman hosts youth tennis lessons in early January

Walla Walla Parks and Recreation and the Whitman College women’s tennis program is offering youth tennis lessons in January at Bratton Tennis Center on Whitman’s campus.

Whitman men down crosstown rival Wolves

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.

Missionaries take care of two Tigers

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – For the second day in a row Whitman College’s women’s basketball team squared off with a team of Tigers.

Chapman holds off Missionary men

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – Whitman College had the returning Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) tournament champions on the ropes all afternoon Saturday, but Chapman University rallied in the second half to eke out a 72-67 non-conference victory over the Missionaries in men’s basketball action at UC Santa Cruz’s Kaiser Permanente Arena.

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Missionary men drop Scarlet Raiders

Whitman placed four players in double figures Saturday night and posted an 89-62 victory over previously-undefeated Rutgers University-Newark in NCAA Division III men’s basketball action on George Ball Court at Sherwood Center.

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Whitman women drop Rutgers University-Newark, 58-43

Whitman Guard Heather Johns scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Missionaries to a 58-43 victory over Rutgers University of Newark in an NCAA Division III women’s basketball game Saturday afternoon on George Ball Court at Sherwood Center.

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Tommies knock off Whits

St. Thomas overcomes a pair of 14-point deficits to hand the Missionary men a 96-86 defeat Thursday.

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Missionary men open with rout of D'Youville

WALLA WALLA — Led by Jackson Clough’s game-high 25 points and four others also reaching double-figures, the Whitman College men’s basketball team exploded out of the gate in the season-opener with a 129-88 thumping of visiting D’Youville College Sunday afternoon in a non-conference matchup on George Ball Court at the Sherwood Athletic Center.

Missionary women's rally falls short at Tip-off Tournament

WILMINGTON, Ohio — A spirited second-half rally from Whitman College’s women’s basketball team sent Sunday afternoon’s non-conference outing against Eastern Mennonite University into overtime, but the Missionaries’ steam ran out in the extra period as the Royals pulled away for a 76-73 victory at the Damon’s/Hampton Inn Tip-Off Tournament hosted by Wilmington College at Fred Raizk Arena.

Whitman women fall to Knights, 64-52

The season opener for Whitman College’s seventh-ranked women’s basketball program went along as planned, just not all the way to the final buzzer as the Missionaries dropped a 64-52 decision to the State University of New York at Geneseo after seeing the scoreboard show a tie score with five minutes remaining in the late game of the first day of the Damon’s/Hampton Inn Tip-Off Tournament hosted by Wilmington College.