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In search of its first win of the season, the Whitman College women's soccer team came up short in a 3-0 loss at Pacific Lutheran on Sunday, Sept. 19, in Northwest Conference action.
The Whitman College men's soccer team saw its first blemish of the 2021 season on Sunday, Sept. 19, coming at the hands of Willamette, 2-0, in Northwest Conference play at the Whitman Athletic Complex.
Whitman, who earned a Top 25 ranking in the latest USC poll, improved to 5-0 and 1-0 in conference.
Sophia Bigio led the way for the Blues in the women's 5K, placing 11th with a race time of 20:15.10. Two other Blues cracked the Top 20 in Chloe Michaels and Julia Hess. Michaels placed 16th (20:27.30) with Hess crossing the finish line at 19th (20:40.80).
Colby Ramsey played the full 90 minutes in goal for the Blues and posted three saves while dealing with 13 UCSC shots.
Emily Badgley had her hands full in net for the Blues (0-2-1) in a full 90 minutes of action. She dealt with 14 EOU shots and made six saves.
The Whitman College men's soccer team continued its perfect start to the season, dominating play to the tune of a 3-1 victory over Lawrence University on Sunday, Sept. 5, at Whitworth's soccer field.
The Blues wind up winning one set as they fall in succession to Puget Sound, Southwestern, Pacific Lutheran and St. Thomas.
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. —In its second of back-to-back games, the Whitman College women’s soccer team put up another solid performance but came up on the short end of the stick in a 2-0 road loss to UC Santa Cruz on Saturday, Sept. 4.
Gabe Wasserman led the way for the Blues in the men's 6K with a 49th-place finish and a race time of 20:05.50.
The Blues dominated all game and really put Northwest behind the eight ball when they earned a penalty kick just over a minute until halftime.
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 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.
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.
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 Whitman College baseball team won its second straight series, splitting a Northwest Conference doubleheader at Pacific Lutheran on Sunday, May 2, at Borleske Stadium.
David Johnson homered in extra innings of game two and the Whitman College baseball team won for the fifth time in its last six games, completing a doubleheader sweep at Pacific Lutheran in Northwest Conference action on Saturday.
In an effort to lock in the fourth and final spot in next week's Northwest Conference Tournament, the Whitman College women's tennis team came up just short in a 5-4 loss to Pacific (Ore.) in the team's regular season finale on Saturday at the Whitman Tennis Courts.
The Whitman College baseball team closed its series with George Fox on Sunday, April 25, splitting a doubleheader with the Bruins in Northwest Conference action at Borleske Stadium.
Kevin Nakamura homered twice, the second a walkoff rountripper in extra innings of game two to help the Whitman College baseball team completed a Northwest Conference doubleheader sweep over George Fox on Saturday at Borleske Stadium. The Blues took game one 6-2 and won the nightcap 8-5.
The Whitman College women's tennis team retook the court and delivered an impressive 7-0 win at Pacific Lutheran on Saturday in Tacoma.
Whitman's men's tennis team blanked Pacific Lutheran, 9-0, on Friday in a non-conference match on the Blues' outdoor courts that pitted two Northwest Conference foes against one another.
The Whitman College men's and women's golf teams culminated their seasons over weekend, finishing the 2021 Northwest Conference Golf Championships on Sunday, April 18, hosted by Whitworth.
SALEM, Ore. — The Whitman College baseball team closed its series at Willamette with a pair of losses, falling 9-6 in the opener and 11-0 in the nightcap on Sunday, April 18.
On the heels of a masterful performance from Julien Hernandez, the Whitman College baseball team earned a doubleheader split against Pacific in Northwest Conference action, Sunday, April 11, at Borleske Stadium.
The Whitman College golf teams concluded the Northwest Conference Spring Classic on Sunday with the women's squad finishing second and the men moving up one spot and closing at sixth.
The Whitman College men’s tennis team kept its Northwest Conference dominance intact with a 6-3 win over Lewis & Clark on Saturday afternoon at the Whitman Tennis Courts.
Whitman College's baseball team won game one 7-3 and took the nightcap 8-1 at Linfield.
Amidst blustery wind conditions, the Whitman College men’s soccer team closed the season in style as Riley Kraft scored his second game winner in as many days to lead the Blues to a 1-0 season-finale win over Whitworth in Northwest Conference action on Sunday, March 28.
The Whitman College women's soccer team came ever so close to their first win, but again came up short here Saturday.
In a final Northwest Conference volleyball doubleheader at Sherwood Center on Wednesday night, visiting Whitworth pulled out two five-set decisions over Whitman.
The Whitman College baseball team split a doubleheader with Whitworth, rallying in game two to win the series in Northwest Conference play, on Sunday.
The Whitman College men's soccer team came up short in a 3-1 loss at Pacific Lutheran in Northwest Conference action Saturday.
The Whitman College women's volleyball team played a pair of matches at Pacific Lutheran, losing in both in Northwest Conference action on Friday night.