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In a 24-17 homecoming loss to UCLA, the Huskies looked like champions, but played like chumps. At 2-4, UW falls to last place in the Pac-12 North and are still searching for answers.
NEWBURG, Ore. — The Whitman College men's soccer team ran its win streak to three games, topping Pacific (OR) 3-1 in Northwest Conference action on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 16, at Hanson Stadium.
The Blues (0-11-1, 0-9 NWC) were the Loggers' equal for almost the entire 90 minutes, the difference being a sensational goal from Mimi Carrier-Bernt just before halftime.
CBC outshot the Warriors 12-6 and booted seven of the eight corner kicks in the match.
WWCC's Brielle Schneider evened the score with an unassisted goal at 57:17.
The Warriors' streak commenced Sept. 29 when it swept aside visiting Yakima Valley. That was followed by triumphs over North Idaho (by forfeit), and sweeps of Treasure Valley, Big Bend, and Blue Mountain prior to Friday's win.
This is the fourth recruiting class Andrew Nembhard has been around, including the one he was part of as a freshman at Florida.
In the ideal version of Washington State coach Nick Rolovich’s run-and-shoot offense, pass-catching production is by committee. “It’s not a system where one guy can kind of be put in the spotlight,” Rolovich said Wednesday, Oct. 13, after practice at Gesa Field.
The Walla Walla Community College women's soccer team was outshot by Spokane, 9-4, but neither team found the back of the net in a scoreless Northwest Athletic Conference East draw on the Tausick Way pitch on Wednesday, Oct. 13.
Walla Walla Community College's men's soccer team put two first-half balls into the back of the net, and made them stand up in a 2-1 Northwest Athletic Conference East victory over Spokane at the Tausick Way field on Wednesday, Oct. 13.
Walla Walla Community College's volleyball team picked up a three-set Northwest Athletic Conference East victory over Blue Mountain here on Wednesday, Oct. 13.
After reaching the NCAA tournament last season, WSU has raised the bar and is picked to finish sixth in the Pac-12 this season.
Six months ago, Haley Van Dyke was in the NCAA transfer portal while Nancy Mulkey entered the WNBA draft. On Tuesday at Pac-12 media day, they connected the dots that led to an unexpected pairing that's sure to decide the immediate future of the Washington women's basketball team.
Washington's 2022 recruiting class currently comprises just 10 commits and ranks 53rd nationally and eighth in the Pac-12 via 247Sports — on pace for its lowest finish since 2009, when Washington fired coach Tyrone Willingham following an excruciating 0-12 season.
Washington State quarterback Jayden de Laura earned the Rose Bowl’s Pac-12 player of the week award on Monday, Oct. 11, for his career day in the Cougars’ 31-24 win over Oregon State.
In his weekly news conference on Monday, Oct. 11, UW football coach Jimmy Lake said Zion Tupuola-Fetui — who tore his left Achilles tendon April 16 — participated in his first fully padded practice of the fall and is currently listed as week to week.
The Whitman College women's tennis team closed its fall season with a bang, edging UC Santa Cruz, 5-4 on Sunday, Oct. 10.
Oregon Tech (10-1) dominated start to finish in a 7-0 Cascade Collegiate Conference men's soccer victory over Walla Walla University (0-9-1) on Sunday, Oct. 10.
The Whitman College women's soccer team came up just short in a 2-1 loss to Pacific on Sunday, Oct. 10, in Northwest Conference action at the Whitman Athletic Complex.
Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich confirmed a report on Saturday, Oct. 9, that he’s seeking a religious exemption after refusing to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few, who was cited for driving under the influence last month near Coeur d'Alene, has been suspended for the team's two exhibition games and the nonconference season opener against Dixie State on Nov. 9.
It took a little while for the offense to get rolling on Saturday, Oct. 9, but once it did, it was hard to stop. Scratch that. In the second half it was unstoppable.
Nearing the end of the first overtime, Oscar Harding won possession on the right flank and served a lofted ball to the far post. Derivan Dockter headed the cross back in front of the goal mouth which eventually landed on Barsher's foot who finished for the game's lone goal.
Whitman had an excellent chance to score the game's first goal midway through the first half. The Blues earned a corner kick in the 19th minute taken by Molly Beaulieu. She delivered a perfect service and, after multiple shots and a save from Mulligan, Whitman's opportunity went by the wayside.
Erick Perez collected Walla Walla's first goal on a penalty kick at the 69-minute mark, and Antonio Rossi drew the Warriors within one in the 80th minute off an assist by Brian Martinez.
Hailey Rogan used a Brielle Schneider free kick from the right side of the field 36 minutes in to make it 2-0.
Jayden de Laura threw for 399 yards and three touchdowns as Washington State beat Oregon State 31-24 on Saturday.
On Dec. 3, 2019, Chris Petersen stood at a podium in a purple shirt and tie and unintentionally set the expectation for Washington football.
The next challenge for the surprising Beavers comes Saturday, Oct. 9, when they visit Washington State.
Treasure Valley improved its score in each set of a Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) East Region volleyball match at Walla Walla Community College on Wednesday, Oct. 5, but the Warriors swept the Chukars in three sets.
Zach Steele scored to tie things up at for the Walla Walla Community College men's soccer team shortly before halftime, but Wenatchee owned the rest of the match.
Lindsey Beaman broke the scoreless tie here in the 34th minute, and Halle Romero then doubled their lead shortly before halftime.
What does Washington's offense do well? Unfortunately, there isn't an obvious answer.
Gonzaga's showdown against Alabama at the Battle in Seattle will tip off at 5 p.m. on Dec. 4, GU announced Monday, Oct. 4. The contest will be televised on ESPN2.
The kneejerk reaction to Oregon’s loss to Stanford was that the Pac-12′s College Football Playoff hopes were gone.
It’s not unusual for the Washington Huskies to sustain injuries during a football game. But that rarely applies to the coaching staff. Second-year UW tight-ends coach Derham Cato is an unfortunate exception.
In the preseason, fans were promised a stalwart Cougar defense, a veteran-laden unit that would be as talented as any in the Pac-12. That notion rang true throughout WSU’s 21-6 defeat of Cal on Saturday, Oct. 2, at Memorial Stadium.
Northwest University scored early, and then tallied three second-half goals, as it handed the Walla Walla University men a 4-0 Cascade Collegiate Conference soccer defeat on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Led by Walla Walla High grad Edwin Romero’s three goals, the Whitman College men’s soccer team rebounded from Saturday’s 1-0 loss to George Fox to overwhelm Pacific, 5-0, in Northwest Conference action on Sunday, Oct. 3, at the Whitman Athletic Complex.
The Whitman College women's soccer team surrendered a late goal and was denied of its first win in a 1-0 loss at Lewis & Clark on Sunday, Oct. 3, at Griswold Stadium.
A week after producing a thrilling OT win over Cal, the Huskies couldn't muster enough down the stretch in a heart-wrenching 27-24 loss to Oregon State.
Whitman shot 331 as a team with Corban University nipping at its heels in fifth and only one stroke behind. Pomona-Pitzer currently leads the pack.
The women's team placed 10th with the men finishing 11th, both ahead of Northwest Conference foes Whitworth and Lewis & Clark.
Max Ray-Keil was the top performer for the Blues in the opening round. He fired a three under par 63 and finished tied for third with Whitworth's Caleb Belton.
Angel Medrano put Walla Walla on top at 32 minutes, and Kiko Solis scored six minutes later off an Erick Perez assist.
"We just couldn’t convert our chances," Warriors coach Gabrielle Parks said.
The Blues (6-3, 2-3 NWC) had the lionshare of the chances with 12 shots to Fox's five.