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Baseball Seniors Reflect on Past, Show Optimism about Future


The Whitman College baseball team has come further and amassed more wins in the last two seasons than any Whitman baseball team in the last 40 years. Recording 16 total wins last season was the winningest season for Whitman baseball since 1975, and this season they have already surpassed that tally and have six games to go. For the seniors on this team, the past four seasons have been a growing, rebuilding process, and to have already recorded 18 wins and be in a position to go above .500 for the season is an accomplishment that the team four years ago might have only dreamed of. On their two opening road trips, the team went to Arizona and Texas, and they started the season strong with eight wins in 11 games. However, the start of ... (more)

Women’s Golf Makes Push for Nationals


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

College Players Gain Right to Unionize, Next Step Unclear


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

Women’s Basketball Leaves Strong Legacy


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

Community Gets Big Kick Out of Swim Team Clinic


“There is great expertise among the swim team. A lot of them are really awesome ...

Napier’s Dominance Leads UConn to Title


The University of Connecticut beat Kentucky 60-54 Monday night to become only the second team ...

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Women’s Lacrosse Prepares to Become Varsity Sport


Silly costumes and lacrosse sticks are not the typical outfit combination students might expect to ...

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Sweets Overcome Adversity for Solid Start to Season


President's Day Weekend marked a challenging yet promising opening of the season for both the ...

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Men’s Tennis Accepts Nothing but Success this Season


If you walk into Sherwood Athletic Center, you will see banner after banner hanging on ...