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Women’s Tennis eyes another NWC championship


For years, the Whitman College Varsity Women's Tennis team has been able to compete successfully at a national level. They have continually set the bar higher year after year with the help of Head Women's Tennis Coach John Hein, who shared in a 1998 national championship as a player at the University of California-Santa Cruz. As soon as he came to Whitman, he was able to begin building a prosperous program. Hein's past two years coaching at Whitman have resulted in undefeated conference play, and this season looks to be no different, with only a few more conference matches left to play. Although they have had extremely victorious seasons in years past, this year's team dynamic seems to be different.  "This year we have increased depth, and it brings up the level of intensity each day in practice and has caused us to be much ... (more)

Women’s Golf focuses on post-season play


With low scorecards and high ambitions, the Whitman Women’s Golf program is rapidly approaching a shot at ... more...

MLB regional season preview


Opening day was last Monday, so maybe I'm cheating a little bit by previewing the ... more...

Onionfest: An ultimate success


For over two decades, Whitman has hosted the annual Onionfest Ultimate Frisbee tournament. Last weekend the ... more...

Women’s lax exceeding expectations


With two games left in their inaugural season, the Whitman Women's Lacrosse Team is still ... more...

Duke conquers March Madness


March is always the time in which even the most casual sports fan hits a ... 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...