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WSU AD Bill Moos says a change is needed after more than a decade with Donnie Marbut.
Walla Walla’s first trip to the Northwest Athletic Conference baseball championship since 2007 ended on Friday.
Walla Walla Community College baseball team lost to Edmonds Community College today, 6-2, in the Northwest Athletic Conference Championship tournament. This was the Warriors second loss and they are out of the tournament.
A five-run seventh inning proved to be the difference as Mount Hood topped Walla Walla, 6-3, in the Northwest Athletic Conference baseball tournament’s opening round on Thursday.
Former Missionary baseball player and assistant Brian Kitamura takes over for Sean Kinney.
Sean McGrew, the West Coast’s top-ranked running back recruit, made a verbal commitment to the Huskies on Wednesday afternoon during a ceremony at St. John Bosco High School in Bellflower, Calif.
Dave Meliah is no stranger to success on the baseball diamond.
The WWCC men finish behind Spokane and Bellevue at the championships in Tacoma.
Clayten Ayres pitched a complete-game four-hitter and helped his cause with two hits as Walla Walla Community College downed Shoreline, 4-1, on Sunday afternoon to advance to the Northwest Athletic Conference championship bracket.
TACOMA — Walla Walla Community College’s men’s golfers put together the round they’ve been looking for all season long, and it put the Warriors at the top of the leaderboard after the first round of the NWAC Championships at Oakbrook Country Club on Sunday.
EUGENE — Oregon advanced to host its fourth Super Regional softball tournament in a row after defeating North Dakota State, 6-1, in the Eugene Regional on Saturday.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Washington’s softball team scored a rare run against Alabama, but lost in the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional, 11-1, to end its season.
Connor Halliday has rehabbed since November to prepare himself for a professional football career, but gave up the sport on the eve of his first NFL practice.
The WWCC baseball team plates two runs in the seventh inning to eke out a 3-2 win over Shoreline.
Former Washington offensive lineman Ben Riva didn’t know what to expect when he went to Wall Street in February for job interviews with some of the more influential financial firms: Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase.