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New additions step up for injury-plagued men’s lax


The Whitman Men’s Club Lacrosse Team has found itself going to division playoffs every season since 1995. With many successful seasons before them, the 2015 team have some big shoes to fill, but ultimately, this team looks forward showing the newcomers what it is like to be successful. With the addition to some new players, the team is fully committed to its development. “I'm pretty happy with where we are as a team right now. We have a lot of new players on the team, including a few who are completely new to the sport. Everyone has really committed themselves to the team, and we've developed a lot because of that,” said senior Captain Max Skotheim. A part of this commitment and development comes from the recent injuries that the team has experienced. So far there have been three concussions, a knee injury and a case of pneumonia that have held back a total of five ... (more)

Freshman eligibility a thing of the past?


Last month, the Big Ten Conference made a proposal that would render academic first-years ineligible to ... more...

Sweets face obstacles in first tournament


The men’s Ultimate Frisbee team kicked off their spring season two weekends ago in San Diego, where they ... more...

Spring golf season looks to build on fall success


If good things come in small packages, then the Whitman women's golf program ... more...

Search for new assistant sports communication director


The end of February is typically a busy time for the Whitman College Athletic Department. ... more...

NBA trade deadline brings big moves


The NBA has one of the most intense trade deadlines in all of sports. With ... more...

Vela (center) dives for a ball in center field. Photo by John Lee.

Young talent on rise for Whitman baseball


Although the Whitman Baseball Team might still be trying to hit its stride, it’s certainly ... more...

Left to right: Sam Starr,  Loic McGiverin-Odeide, Clark Sun, Karl Mering, Sean Tarada. These swimmers are in the running to go to nationals. Photo by Tywen Kelly.

Record-breaking swim season continues for select athletes


The energy from their sweep against Whitworth to end the regular season carried both the men’s ... more...

The swim team practices in the pool located within Baker Ferguson Fitness Center. Photo by Nikki Antenucci.

Swimmers enter break near top of conference


The arrival of winter break means that Whitman swimmers have a monthlong rest in their ... more...