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Whits’ men, women in preseason top 25

The Whitworth Pirates men’s and women’s basketball teams both have been picked among the top 25 in the country. D3hoops.com has the Whitworth men ranked 17th and the women ranked …


Boxers start fast, beat Whitworth

Bobby Ladiges ran for 141 yards and three touchdowns and Kamana Pimental added 123 yards on the ground and a score as Pacific beat Whitworth 29-15 in a Northwest Conference …


Sophomore Ian Kolste will start at QB for Whitworth

When Whitworth travels to California this weekend to take on the Whittier Poets, the Pirates will start the game with a new quarterback: Ian Kolste. Kolste, a sophomore from Oak …


New captain on board: Sandberg brings bevy of players, coaches and philosophies to Pirates

Less than a month away from the first practice, new Whitworth University football coach Rod Sandberg has 45 new recruits headed to north Spokane as he begins the process of …


Cougars sign Aussie guard

Women’s basketball: Washington State has again gone international with the signing of another recruit. The Cougars announced Monday that 5-foot-7 guard Krystle McKenzie, of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, has signed a …


Pirates use spring practices for ‘family’ activities

New Whitworth football coach Rod Sandberg barks out instructions as his linebackers and defensive ends run through a series of padded dummies and deliver sweeping haymakers before they run and …


Reserve Jurlina sparks Whitworth with 29 points

An early tight game turned into a statement game for the Whitworth Pirates and a freshman wing from Australia, who came off the bench to score a season-high 29 points …


Whitworth, Tully part ways

Whitworth University announced Tuesday that John Tully resigned as the Pirates’ football coach after having won his 100th game Saturday. At 19 years, Tully had the longest tenure and most …


NWC coaches tab Whitworth women for fourth

Northwest Conference women’s basketball coaches picked Whitworth to finish fourth in a preseason poll. Whitman was tabbed to win the NWC. The Missionaries return four starters from the team that …


Men’s soccer preview: Pirates look to repeat as NWC champs

The Whitworth soccer team is making a few adjustments this season. So is new coach Morgan Cathey, who can finally get back to the business of coaching after a house …


Whitworth AD will return to Illinois St.

It’s back to Normal for Aaron Leetch. After serving two years as athletic director at Whitworth University, Leetch is returning to Illinois State to become that school’s deputy director of …


Whitworth turned losses into success

There’s nothing like a few losses to build some confidence. Ironically, that’s what happened in November to the Whitworth men’s basketball team, which dropped its first two games of the …


Whitworth would be thrilled for a road trip next

The Whitworth Pirates are in uncharted waters, even more so because they’re at home. Tonight’s NCAA Division III men’s basketball third-round playoff game against Mary Hardin-Baylor figures to be one …


Whitworth would be thrilled if road trip next

The Whitworth Pirates are in uncharted waters, even more so because they’re at home. Saturday’s basketball NCAA Division III third-round playoff game against Mary Hardin-Baylor figures to be one of …


Fifth broken nose won’t stop Larkin from defending hard

Mack Larkin prides himself on hard-nosed defense. If only his nose were a bit harder. “It’s been broken a few times,” Larkin says with a shrug. He pauses to count: …


Whitworth host to Emory Saturday night

Whitworth has been catching a few breaks this month from the NCAA, which is far better than the Pirates’ men’s basketball team catching another plane flight. That’s something the rest …


Whitworth host to Emory Saturday night

Whitworth has been catching a few breaks this month from the NCAA, which is far better than catching another plane flight.


Whitworth turns to McCargar for scoring punch

Warming the bench never felt this good. Not that it stays warm for long, the seat Colton McCargar leaves behind before he puts the heat on another team at Whitworth …


Whitworth overcomes Whitman in double overtime

The biggest problem with being a ranked team – and the Whitworth Pirates climbed to No. 5 in this week’s Division III poll – is that it does you no …


Whitworth loses first home opener since 1978

For the first time since 1978, Whitworth University opened the men’s basketball with a loss at home. St. Thomas University fended off a furious rally in the final minute by …


Whitworth’s seniors go out with big win

Whitworth’s seniors had a day on Senior Day. The Pirates sent five seniors out in style with a 37-20 Northwest Conference football win over Lewis & Clark on a chilly …


Whitworth’s offense busts out against UPS

Coming home after back-to-back losses, the Whitworth Pirates looked to Saturday’s Parents Weekend football game at the Pine Bowl against longtime rival Puget Sound as a chance to get back …


Pirates shake off two straight losses with rout

Coming home after back-to-back losses, the Whitworth Pirates looked to Saturday’s Parents Weekend game at the Pine Bowl against long-time rival Puget Sound as a chance to get back to …


EWU men chosen third in media poll, sixth by coaches

Eastern Washington’s strong finish last season made an impression, especially with the people who cover Big Sky Conference men’s basketball. Despite returning only two starters, the Eagles are picked third …


No. 3 Linfield rolls past Pirates

Mickey Inns passed for 261 yards and five touchdowns and backup Josh Yoder added a pair of TD passes as the third-ranked Linfield Wildcats (5-0, 2-0) romped to a 54-14 …


Whitworth plays at No. 3 Linfield

Whitworth’s football team has faced a number of challenges this season, including four road games, opponents coming off bye weeks and an unbeaten foe or two. It gets even tougher …


Willamette comes alive in second half to upend Pirates

It’s a combination that can turn a football game around in a hurry. The offense goes three-and-out, the defense wears down against a balanced attack and can’t get off the …


Undefeated teams will meet at Whitworth

Whitworth football is 5-0 with four road wins. Ronnie Thomas leads the Northwest Conference in rushing. The Pirates lead in time of possession, allow the fewest points and they’re the …


Peterson leads Whitworth past Pacific 28-25

Bryan Peterson passed for a career-high 354 yards and three touchdowns to guide the Whitworth Pirates (5-0, 1-0) to a 28-25 victory over the Pacific Boxers (1-3, 0-1) in a …


Whitworth takes perfect record to Pacific

With four unbeaten teams and a combined 15-6 record, Northwest Conference football appears to be on an upswing. Whitworth (4-0) has already matched last year’s win total. Third-ranked Linfield, Willamette …