Featured in Sports

Men’s soccer kicks season into full gear


After starting their season with two losses in three games on a preseason trip to Virginia, the Whitman men’s soccer team rallied to win their final game of the trip. Now with five games down, they are riding a three-game winning streak into conference play. The Missionaries will open their conference season this weekend, welcoming Willamette University and Linfield College on Saturday, Sept. 20  and Sunday, Sept. 21 respectively. To kick off their season, the team traveled to Virginia to play three non-conference games against teams they had not previously played. “The Virginia trip was good. We got three good games against different opposition. The first game we probably should’ve won but were getting used to the heat and humidity and had a good goal taken back after the fact. The second, against Christopher Newport, was the ... (more)

MLB Season Starts in Dramatic Fashion


On the field there has been no lack of controversy, from the new replay rules, ... more...

Roston, La Cava Prove Crucial to Men’s Tennis Success


The Missionaries pride themselves on their quality from top to bottom of the lineup, but ... more...

Women’s Golf Makes Push for Nationals


This sense of togetherness is carrying the team, currently ranked 12th in the nation, to ... more...

College Players Gain Right to Unionize, Next Step Unclear


Former Northwestern quarterback Kain Coulter has led the charge in student athlete unionization and legitimizing ... more...

Women’s Basketball Leaves Strong Legacy


The 2013-2014 version of the Whitman women's basketball team will go down as the most ... more...


Cross country team harbors high expectations for coming year


The Missionaries held their own and then some in their match-up with Eastern Oregon University ... more...


Seahawks face winding road to repeat


Last fall, campus was abuzz with the Seattle Seahawks' eventually successful quest for their first ... more...


Too Little Too Late for NFL Domestic Violence Policy


The NFL clearly has a problem on its hands when it comes to domestic violence. ... more...