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Pirates headed to NCAA tournament

PIRATES, 69-62 UPDATED: SUNDAY 8:20 A.M.

Whitworth defeated visiting Lewis and Clark on Saturday to raise its record to 23-3 and ensure a trip to the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time since 2003.

•UPDATE: Here is our game story that ran in Sunday’s S-R.

Senior guard Jon Young (pictured; Whitworth photo) led the Pirates with 22 points.

The 16th-ranked Pirates will learn their destination early Monday morning. Here’s a link to the Whitworth press release.


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