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Off the Court: Basketball Seniors Reflect on Journey to NCAA Final Four


This semester, seniors Marah Alindogan and Sarah Anderegg juggled the positions of being Pio sports reporters while also playing on the Whitman women's basketball team—national runners-up and one of the most successful teams in school history. Alindogan and Anderegg reflected on their journeys as Whitman basketball players from being lowly underclassmen to taking the court at the national championship game. Being Underclassmen Sarah Anderegg: Initially, I wasn't completely thrilled about the idea of going to Whitman. I was looking at bigger schools with bigger programs, hoping that all the time and energy I spent on basketball would earn me a scholarship. If it wasn't for [Head Women's Basketball] Coach Michelle Ferenz, it is doubtful that I would be here today. The college recruiting process can be very dehumanizing, and many coaches recruit players by treating them ... (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...

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Class of 2014 Student-Athlete Profiles


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Greekend Change Yields Mixed Reviews


Participants of this year’s Greekend events likely noticed one major difference from the festivities of ... more...


NBA Should Have Dealt With Sterling Long Ago


Commissioner Adam Silver has given Donald Sterling, the maligned owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, ... more...