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Amid the firestorm last week greeting the news that Gonzaga was putting the squeeze on Washington State’s basketball schedule, GU athletic director Mike Roth observed, “Folks are making too much of it.”
WALLA WALLA — Depth paid off for Whitman College Sunday at the Wine Valley Golf Club.
WALLA WALLA — Whitman College junior Scott Martin posted his second consecutive 1-over-par 73 and tied for third place individually in the school’s Easter Invitational men’s golf tournament that concluded Sunday at the Wine Valley Golf Club.
The Walla Walla Community College softball team suffered through a difficult weekend on its home turf.
The rain had finally let up, and Jeff Lindquist was in no hurry to leave the field.
WAACC Eastern Region co-leader Walla Walla Community College and Yakima Valley had much in common heading into their league baseball doubleheader Saturday afternoon at Warrior Field.
Gonzaga and Washington State are tweaking their annual home-and-home basketball series, not likely to be a popular move among some WSU fans.
We don’t yet know Chris Petersen well enough to be certain about his favorite food, let alone his disciplinary habits amid scrutiny. He has been the Washington football coach for four months. He has had time only to cobble together his first recruiting class and direct his first spring practices.
After a long history of battling injuries, Husky RB Cooper shows he’s ready to be a productive option.
Sophomores Riley Sorenson and Sam Flor compete to replace graduated starter Elliott Bosch.
Gonzaga has added another big piece to its recruiting class with the signing of 6-foot-10 forward Domantas Sabonis, the 17-year-old son of former NBA center Arvydas Sabonis.
Jodie Kaczor Berry and Nicole Powell were offered positions, but chose to resign instead.
After going into extra innings tied at four, the Walla Walla baseball team plates three runs to beat Spokane, 7-4.
Ben Rotert takes over the WWCC men’s program, while ex-Warrior player Jordan Hacker heads up the women’s team.
Starting guard Royce Woolridge and reserve center James Hunter have left the Washington State basketball program, while recruit Jermaine Morgan has been released from his letter of intent.