The Walla Walla Swim Club (WWSC) closed out its long course season with the Sizzlin' Summer Splash on July 9-11 in Moses Lake, with many qualifying for the Inland Empire Swimming Junior Olympics in Spokane on July 23-25.
Jalen Suggs has always embraced competition and there will be plenty of it on an Orlando guard line that includes 2020 first round picks Cole Anthony and R.J. Hampton and former Washington Husky Markelle Fultz, the No. 1 pick in the 2017 draft.
While Nick Rolovich spoke, his seat sat empty. Washington State's second-year football coach delivered a marathon, 10-minute opening address at Pac-12 media day Tuesday, July 27, his face broadcast on a television hanging awkwardly 8 feet from an empty table.
One thing is already inherently clear about Washington State's experience at Pac-12 Media Day in 2021: it'll be unlike any other since the conference's inaugural gathering 30 years ago.
Oklahoma and Texas took the first formal step Monday, July 26, toward moving to the Southeastern Conference, notifying the Big 12 they would not be renewing an agreement that binds the league's members through 2025.
Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich announced last week that he made the personal decision not to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. He revealed his decision as part of an announcement that he would not be attending Pac-12 media day, where proof of vaccination is required, on Tuesday, July 27, in Los Angeles.
Conference realignment is returning to college sports at the same time three Power Five leagues are breaking in relatively new commissioners.
Rolovich said on Twitter he has opted not to get a COVID-19 vaccine for what the coach described as personal reasons.
Jalen Suggs was the first athlete in Minnesota history to be named Mr. Football and Mr. Basketball in the same year, so choosing one sport to pursue in college was difficult.
The rich got even richer in the Southeastern Conference when the transfer floodgates opened wide.
North Carolina is launching a group licensing program that will allow current Tar Heels athletes to profit from official school merchandise.
Jessica Thoennes is one of 16 former or current Husky rowers competing in Tokyo – representing seven different countries -- continuing a long tradition of UW rowers taking part in the Games. No other university in the country can match that number.
NCAA President Mark Emmert is suggesting it could be time for a decentralized and deregulated version of college sports.
On Tuesday, July 6, Ike Iroegbu was one of 15 players selected to the Nigerian team that will travel to Japan this summer for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. It'll be the Olympic debut for Iroegbu, who's represented his country at various competitions since graduating from WSU in 2017.
It wasn't quite 9 a.m. on Thursday, July 1, when Gonzaga athletic director Mike Roth was asked if he'd heard of any Zag student-athletes reaching agreements on the first day of name, image and likeness (NIL) in college sports.
Shortly after the NCAA revealed policy that gives student-athletes the opportunity to capitalize on name, image, likeness starting on Thursday, June 30, Washington State’s athletic department revealed a comprehensive program that will work to assist Cougar athletes with NIL.
The College Football Playoff management committee has formally recommended expanding the playoff field from four to 12 teams. But what does that mean for UW?
The Walla Walla Community College Rodeo team is heading to Casper, Wyo., for the College National Finals Rodeo on Monday, June 14, after the Warrior women's team finished fourth in the nation.
The Huskies win the title for the first time since 2015, and they do it by beating rival California for the third time this month.
WSU coach Brian Green: "He's got a lot of tools and he's got a bright future ahead of him, there's no doubt about that."
Walla Walla Community College women's basketball team had an eight-game winning streak snapped on Friday night in Wenatchee.
Weber State softball catcher and Walla Walla High graduate Lauren Hoe batted .336 with a 1.117 OPS this season to earn Big Sky Player of the Year honors.
Walla Walla Community College and visiting Blue Mountain divided a Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region baseball doubleheader Sunday afternoon at Warrior Field.
The Huskies rallied from a 5-1 deficit, not only winning, but crushing Michigan 10-5 to beat the Wolverines for the second time Sunday night, May 23, and win the NCAA tournament regional.
The Blue Mountain Community College men's basketball team scored 60 first-half points Friday at WWCC, and shot 58 percent from the field in the opening 20 minutes -— 63 percent from 3-point territory — on their way to handing their gracious hosts an embarrassing 91-87 loss.
Walla Walla Community College women's basketball team pulled into a first-place tie atop the Northwest Athletic Conference's Eastern Region standings and celebrated Sophomore Night by crushing Blue Mountain, 78-54, on Friday in the Dietrich Dome.
Walla Walla Community College's softball team wrapped up its season with a doubleheader split here Wednesday, as the Warriors won the opener 10-8 before falling to Big Bend 7-3 in the finale.
The Walla Walla Community College women's soccer team closed out its 2021 season Wednesday in Pendleton with a 6-0 victory over Blue Mountain.
Eastern Region women's basketball game slated for Tuesday, May 18, against Spokane was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns within the Sasquatch program, WWCC coach Bobbi Hazeltine said.
Walla Walla Community College dropped a pair of softball games to Columbia Basin here on Sunday, May 16, 10-2 and 13-8.
Ella Greenberg highlighted a handful of stellar performances for the Whitman College distance track teams who closed out the Northwest Conference Track & Field Championships in style on Friday afternoon in Forest Grove, Ore.
The Walla Walla Community College women's basketball team moved into a first-place tie with Big Bend atop the Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region standings Friday night after humbling the visiting Vikings, 72-51, in the Dietrich Dome.
The Whitman College distance track teams opened up the Northwest Conference Track and Field Championships at Pacific with two top-10 finishes to highlight day one on Thursday afternoon, May 13.
Walla Walla Community College's softball team crushed Columbia Basin twice in a doubleheader here Thursday, winning the opener 12-3 before taking the second game 16-8.
The Walla Walla Community College women's soccer team tallied the first goal here Wednesday, with Emmy Williams scoring off an assist from Halle Romero in the 13th minute, but Columbia Basin would net four unanswered and hand the Warriors a 4-1 loss.
The Whitman College baseball team closed the regular season on a high note against Puget Sound, dropping game one to the Loggers, 3-1, but responding with an 11-6 win to close the series on Sunday afternoon, May 9, at Borleske Stadium.
Walla Walla Community College's women's basketball team used a 26-point third quarter to pull away from stubborn Yakima Valley for a 72-58 victory in a Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region contest Friday night in the Dietrich Dome.
Six-foot-seven forward MarJon Beauchamp scored a game-high 41 points Friday night to lead visiting Yakima Valley to a 96-83 victory over Walla Walla Community College in Northwest Athletic Conference Eastern Region men's basketball action in the Dietrich Dome.
After a run of 12 straight Northwest Conference Tournament titles, the streak came to an end as the Whitman College men's tennis team lost 5-0 to Pacific (OR) in the league's tournament semifinal, Friday night at the Multi-use Facility.
The Cougars bolstered their 2021 roster with the addition of three transfers this offseason, but apparently had one more move up their sleeve, picking up a commitment on Friday from four-star prospect Mouhamed Gueye.
Walla Walla Community College's softball team had 10 home runs by end of its doubleheader against Yakima here Thursday, and WWCC took the opener 17-7 before completing the sweep with a 17-9 win in the second game.
Walla Walla Community College's Halle Romero scored a first-half goal, but Yakima's Emily Kohout tied it up in the 81st minute as the teams played to a 1-1 draw on the Warriors pitch on Wednesday, May 5.
North Carolina was uncharacteristically stymied on offense for most of the game against Washington, but are advancing despite that, scoring on a corner kick in the 68th minute for a 1-0 win in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.
Brie Holecek scored a game-high 21 points and teammate Dakota Patchen added 19 Tuesday night as Walla Walla Community College posted a 78-52 victory over Treasure Valley in a Northwest Athletic Conference women's basketball game in the Dietrich Dome.
All five Walla Walla Community College starters reached double figures Tuesday night and the Warriors used a 27-6 surge to end the first half in a 116-88 triumph over Treasure Valley in Northwest Athletic Conference men's basketball action in the Dietrich Dome.