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Jaliyah Casem scored 18 points for the Wolves (0-5 record), and teammate Carolina Montes-Estrada added 12.
The Wolves (0-2 record) went to halftime down 46-17.
The Wolves (0-2 record) went to halftime down 41-21.
Walla Walla University honored their men's soccer seniors at their last regular season match here on Sunday, Oct. 31, but the University of Providence spoiled the day with an 8-1 victory.
Hailey Bischoff finished the match with five kills for the Wolves (0-17 record) while teammate Meherio Krainer dished 10 assists, and Idalis Bedore served two aces as Jocelyn Curiel and Summer Boulais each made seven digs.
Carroll College scored five first-half goals and rolled to a 7-0 Cascade Collegiate Conference men's soccer victory over Walla Walla University here on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 17.
Walla Walla University's volleyball team dropped a pair of matches over the weekend, falling to College of Idaho in three sets on Friday afternoon, and to No. 13-ranked Eastern Oregon, also in three sets, on Saturday night.
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.
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.
WWU goalie Diego Molina wound up making 12 saves, but Evergreen State had two goals in the first seven minutes. By halftime, the lead had doubled.
Multnomah scored three first-half goals and coasted to a 5-1 Cascade Collegiate Conference soccer victory over Walla Walla University on Sunday, Sept. 26.
The Wolves (0-4-1 record) were down 7-0 by the time junior midfielder Pedro Reyes tallied their first goal in the 66th minute with an assist from Sabe Isaac, and he later fed teammate Davis Nordby for their other score in the 87th minute.
Corban only led 1-0 at halftime.
Walla Walla University headed to Lewis-Clark State College for a volleyball match, but ran into a tough Warrior attack and came home with a 25-14, 25-16, 25-2 loss on Tuesday night, Sept. 14.
As part of its COVID-19 safety plan, Walla Walla University has announced that it will withdraw from the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) schedules for men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, and men’s soccer for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Heading into the 2020-21 year, 24 student-athletes were named to the Cascade Collegiate Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), representing their schools. Emmett Semple is one of the two reps from Walla Walla University, along with Isabella Robles.
COLLEGE PLACE — The Walla Walla University men’s basketball team celebrated senior night with an 80-79 Cascade Collegiate Conference victory over Northwest University.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s women’s basketball team hosted Northwest University here on Saturday night, and the Wolves suffered a 59-47 season-ending defeat.
COLLEGE PLACE — The Walla Walla University women's basketball team hosted Southern Oregon University in the second game of the series on Friday, but the Wolves had no answer for Southern Oregon's offense as Southern Oregon completed the sweep 70-58.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Despite teaming up for a season-high 21 assists, the Walla Walla University men ended up with their third straight loss in an 89-75 defeat to No. 12 ranked Washington Adventist here on Monday in non-conference basketball action.
Walla Walla men's basketball opened its Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) season, hosting No. 24-Ranked Corban University on Friday. The teams needed overtime to determine a winner, as the Wolves outscored the Warriors 16-8 in the extra period to register their first conference win while s…
Walla Walla women's basketball opened its Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) season, hosting No. 23-Ranked Corban University. Despite forcing the Warriors (5-4, 2-0 CCC) into 22 turnovers, the Wolves (2-6, 0-1 CCC) fell just short of an upset bid in their first matchup with the Warriors, fa…
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University junior Carolina Montes was named the Cascade Collegiate Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week (Nov. 25-Dec. 1).
SANTEE, Calif. — Walla Walla University junior Carolina Montes buried four 3-pointers, and also converted 12-of-14 free throws, on her way to a game-high 32 points for the Wolves in their 67-58 victory over San Diego Christian in an out-of-conference women's basketball matchup here on Monday.
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Justin Roosma, now a freshman with Pacific Union College after starring in high school cross country and track while at Walla Walla Valley Academy, completed the the NAIA Division II national championship race in 16th place out of 335 men here on Friday.
SAN DIEGO — After last week's domination of conference opponent Lewis & Clark College, the Walla Walla University women's basketball team had reason for optimism, with all three of their losses thus far having been to DIII opponents.