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TACOMA — A late flurry of shots from the Whitman College attack fell short of answering a three-goal first half from Puget Sound here Sunday afternoon, when the host Loggers finished off a 3-0 Northwest Conference men’s soccer victory despite being outshot by the Missionaries over the final 20 minutes of action.
TACOMA — An early first-half goal allowed Puget Sound’s women to work their defense and hold off visiting Whitman College’s attack in the Missionaries’ 1-0 loss to the host Loggers Sunday afternoon on Peyton Field at Baker Stadium.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s Brook Fesler scored four goals Saturday night, the first of which came 38 seconds into the match, as the Wolves defeated Multnomah University, 6-0, in men’s soccer play.
Washington’s many missed tackles added up to another missed opportunity against rival Oregon.
Vincent Gamboa’s interception with 2 minutes to play sealed Eastern Washington’s 26-18 win over Northern Colorado on Saturday in a game that saw the Eagles record seven sacks and get a key touchdown on a special teams trick play.
Whitman’s split squad ran here Saturday at the Inland Empire Challenge cross country meet. The meet drew a mix of D-1 programs in addition to smaller programs.
Jay Ajayi ran for 158 yards and two touchdowns, including a 54-yard run on Boise State’s clinching drive in the Broncos’ 37-27 victory over Fresno State on Friday night.
The Pacific Lutheran Men’s Soccer team ended its Northwest Conference losing streak with a 2-0 win against Whitman Saturday afternoon.
Walla Walla Community College’s Kylie Gorton scored a hat trick here at the Tausick Way pitch Saturday in NWAC East Region women’s soccer action.
The nation’s best community college recently got a black eye of sorts from its Arts and Sciences faculty, who last month submitted a no-confidence statement criticizing the management style of Walla Walla Community College President Steven VanAusdle, as well as the organizational structure and lack of funding to the Arts and Sciences departments.
Walla Walla Community College posted a 3-2 record here Friday and Saturday at the Bellevue NWAACC cross over volleyball tournament.
The Whitman College women’s soccer team went more than 333 minutes without scoring a goal before its offense, facing the stingiest ‘D’ in the Northwest Conference, finally woke up.
Through the first three quarters, all the points for Oregon State and No. 20 Utah came on field goals. Then things got kind of crazy.
SPOKANE — The lone goal of the game came in the 89th minute Wednesday afternoon, sending visiting Whitman College’s women’s soccer team to a painful 1-0 loss to host Whitworth University in Northwest Conference action at the Whitworth Soccer Field.
Spokane’s Robert Kissinger-Smith scored in the 83rd minute to help the Sasquatch men’s soccer team claim a 2-2 tie with Walla Walla on Wednesday.