LEWISTON — The Walla Walla University Wolves’ (1-10, 0-4) rematch with the Lewis-Clark State College Warriors (9-5, 0-0) was a re-hashing of their first match, as the Warriors dropped the Wolves in straight sets, 25-11, 25-14, 25-11, here on Friday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s volleyball team was one point away from winning a set for the first time in three weeks, but the College of Idaho scored three straight kills to take the opener, and the Wolves never recovered.
COLLEGE PLACE — The 2-0 hole Walla Walla University’s volleyball team fell into here on Tuesday proved too deep.
REDDING, Calif. — Already having doubled its win total from last year less than one week into this season, the Walla Walla University men’s soccer team suffered its first loss in out-of-conference action here at Simpson on Thursday.
ANGWIN, Calif. — Jacob Smith, Zachary Christensen and Ben Wexler each scored a goal in the first half as the Walla Walla University men’s soccer team mounted a 3-0 lead over Pacific Union College in an out-of-conference match on Tuesday.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Walla Walla University’s volleyball team came away with two more losses on the final day of the La Sierra Invitational here Thursday, keeping the Wolves winless after six matches a week into this season.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Walla Walla University’s volleyball team lost in straight sets to both San Diego Christian College (25-10, 25-21 and 25-23) and then the University of Antelope Valley (25-17, 25-15, 25-17) in La Sierra Invitational opening-day action here on Wednesday.
SAN MARCOS, Calif. — The Walla Walla University volleyball program (still looking for its first match victory since Aug. 24, 2017 at New Hope Christian in Eugene) rallied its way out of a 2-0 deficit to force a tiebreaking set in out-of-conference action here at Saint Katherine on Tuesday.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s women hosted Evergreen State in their final basketball season on Sunday, and couldn’t overcome a 24-11 deficit after the first quarter to fall, 73-64.
COLLEGE PLACE— The Walla Walla University women’s basketball team lost to Cascade Collegiate Conference opponent Warner Pacific University, 72-28.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University Athletics announced on Friday the hiring of Eric Cantrell as the new head men’s basketball coach for the Wolves.
ASHLAND, Ore. - The Wolves kicked off 2019 with a trip here Friday to battle No. 18 Southern Oregon University.
ASHLAND, Ore. - Walla Walla squared off against No. 18 Southern Oregon University for their Cascade Collegiate Conference second matchup of the weekend, the Raiders took Friday’s battle 73-49 here in women’s basketball action Saturday night. An 18-5 run to end the first half fueled the Raide…
COLLEGE PLACE — Itzel Rubio, a 5-foot-2 freshman guard out of Garden Grove, Calif., scored 20 points in a losing effort as visiting College of Idaho defeated Walla Walla University for the second time in less than 24 hours here Sunday afternoon at Windemuth Court.
COLLEGE PLACE — Visiting Northwest Christian exploded for 29 points in the third quarter and the Beacons blew past Walla Walla University for the second time in as many days here Sunday in a Cascade Collegiate Conference women’s basketball game at Windemuth Court.
COLLEGE PLACE — No. 12-ranked Eastern Oregon University (EOU) rode a balanced attack to a straight-set victory over the Walla Walla University with 25-20, 25-14, 25-18 scores here on Thursday evening.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s athletics department announced on Monday afternoon that Wolves men’s basketball coach Jimmy Hill has announced his resignation, effective immediately.
LA GRANDE, Ore. — Walla Walla University’s men’s soccer season concluded here Sunday on an all-to-familiar note as Eastern Oregon University overwhelmed the Wolves 10-1 in a Cascade Collegiate Conference match.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s home floor was good for a few points, but not nearly enough to turn the tables on visiting Northwest Christian University here Sunday in a Cascade Collegiate Conference women’s volleyball match.
COLLEGE PLACE — Corban traveled to College Place for a match against the Walla Walla University men’s soccer team on Sunday afternoon, with the Warriors coming in ranked 10th in the nation, and second in Cascade Collegiate Conference play.
COLLEGE PLACE — Winless Walla Walla University made Warner Pacific University work for its four-set victory over the Wolves here Thursday night in a Cascade Collegiate Conference women’s volleyball match at Windemuth Court.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The WWU men climbed up to a fifth-place finish among nine teams while WWU women slipped to end up last in the final round of the last fall tournament, the two-day Oregon Tech Fall Invite here at Running Y Golf Course on Tuesday.
KIRKLAND, Wash. — Three first-half goals carried Northwest University to a 4-2 victory over Walla Walla University here Sunday in a men’s Cascade Collegiate Conference soccer match.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University drew first blood here Sunday, but the Wolves were bloodied by visiting College of Idaho the rest of the afternoon.
CALDWELL, Idaho — Walla Walla University began it’s weekend road trip against ranked opponents with a battle against No. 12-ranked College of Idaho.
PORTLAND — Multnomah University’s volleyball team picked up its first Cascade Conference win of the season, beating Walla Walla University in three sets on Friday afternoon on Jim Skagen Court with scores of 25-15, 25-22, and 25-22.
CALDWELL, Idaho — Walla Walla University’s men’s golfers combined to place fifth, while the women finished sixth, at the seven-team College of Idaho Invitational after second day action here on Tuesday.
CALDWELL, Idaho – Walla Walla University’s women’s golfers carded a 393 at the College of Idaho Invite’s first round at Timberstone Golf Course on Monday.