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Whitworth shocks undefeated Whitman

K.C. McConnell made all 10 of her free throws and scored 18 points as Whitworth claimed its second straight Northwest Conference Tournament title with a 68-65 win over No. 1 …


Whitworth women burn George Fox in semifinal

NEWBERG, Ore. – KC McConnell scored a game-high 19 points and shot 12 for 12 from the free-throw line to lead a 30-for-34 effort as third-seeded Whitworth beat No. 2 …


Whitworth men storm ahead to NWC championship

Whitworth took some time to get into its comfort zone Thursday night, and that may be a good thing.


Whitworth outpaces Linfield for eighth straight win

The Whitworth men’s basketball team started hot and never let up as it thrashed the visiting Linfield Wildcats in a game that never was one.


Men’s basketball roundup: Whitworth records 7th consecutive win

Taylor Farnsworth had 18 points and 13 rebounds and the 21st-ranked Whitworth men’s basketball team extended its winning streak to seven games with a 70-58 Northwest Conference win Saturday night …


Eastern women hold off Northern Colorado

Melissa Williams’ jump shot with 1 minute, 57 seconds left snapped a 50-all tie and Eastern Washington outscored Northern Colorado 9-3 in the final 7 minutes Saturday for a 52-51 …


Whitworth tops Willamette 87-58

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 …


Men’s basketball: Whitworth beats Lewis & Clark, solidifies 1st-place standing

In a game where they never trailed, the Whitworth Pirates solidified their position at the top of the Northwest Conference standings with a solid 81-65 win over visiting Lewis & …


Pirates top Loggers, hold lead in NWC

A night after Whitworth battled through a thrilling come-from-behind 76-73 win against Pacific Lutheran, the Puget Sound Loggers came into Whitworth Fieldhouse Saturday. It looked like déjà vu all over …


Pirates take thriller from PLU

In a game with 16 ties and 15 lead changes, the Whitworth Pirates found enough points at the end to win a thrilling 76-73 basketball battle with Northwest Conference foe …


Pirates stomp Banana Slugs

Playing for the first time in 52 weeks as an unranked team, the Whitworth Pirates (4-2) hardly missed a step and cruised to an 87-67 win over the UC Santa …


Whitworth basketball falls to Colorado College

SPOKANE, Wash. – Ryan Milne made four free throws in the final 16 seconds and the Colorado College men’s basketball team thwarted Whitworth’s comeback attempt and beat the Pirates 65-60 …


Peterson, Pirates defeat Loggers

The Whitworth football team used one streak to end another Saturday afternoon. Bryan Peterson threw for 284 yards and a score and the Pirates (3-5, 1-3) snapped a five-game losing …


Pirates break through at UPS

Bryan Peterson threw for 284 yards and a score and the Whitworth Pirates snapped a five-game losing skid with a 33-14 Northwest Conference victory over Puget Sound at Peyton Field …


Area college football previews

UI at Ole Miss Kickoff: 4:30 p.m.; Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, Miss.


Saturday’s area college football games

Idaho travels to the deep South, Whitworth heads to Tacoma and the Huskies honor Don James.


Linfied sends Whitworth to fifth straight defeat

The Linfield Wildcats looked every bit a national powerhouse when they used a quick start to crush a struggling Whitworth team 51-17 at the Pine Bowl on Saturday. The Pirates …


Linfield rolls past Pirates

The Linfield Wildcats looked every bit a national powerhouse when they used a quick start to crush a struggling Whitworth team 51-17 at the Pine Bowl on Saturday.


Around the region

So. Utah at EWU Kickoff: 5 p.m. at Roos Field in Cheney


Saturday’s area college football games

Eastern Washington, Whitworth and Washington take to the field Saturday.


Rugged road for Whitworth football

Smarting after three straight losses, the Whitworth Pirates boarded a bus after practice Thursday, headed to Salem to take on league foe Willamette Bearcats in a rare Friday night football …


Boxers drop Pirates

After 35 years, the Pacific Boxers finally scored a knockout against Whitworth. The rebuilding program, which didn’t field a team between 1992 and 2009, went 4-0 for the first time …


College football: Around the region

Weber St. at EWU Kickoff: 4:05 p.m. at Roos Field, Cheney


Saturday’s regional college football games

Eastern Washington, Idaho and Whitworth play at home Saturday; Washington plays at Stanford.


Chapman pulls away from Whitworth

Michael Lahey threw for three scores and ran for another as Chapman pulled away in the fourth quarter and beat Whitworth 38-17 in a nonconference game Saturday night in Orange, …


Surely, La Verne slips past Pirates

In a thriller that came down to the last play, the Whitworth Pirates dropped a hard fought 25-20 game Saturday against the visiting La Verne Leopards. La Verne, playing its …


Big brothers

When defenses line up this year against the Whitworth Pirates, they have to try to run around or through a pair of brothers who simply are huge. Dalton and Kyle …


UPDATED: Sat., Sept. 14, 2013, 7:52 p.m.

Whitworth withstands Whittier at the Pine Bowl

Consider Whitworth’s defense one happy unit as the Pirates came up with six turnovers and a 38-17 non-conference football victory over Whittier College in front of 1,725 sun-baked fans Saturday …


Whitworth dominates both sides of ball

A stingy defense and explosive offense led the Whitworth Pirates to an impressive 36-7 win over St. Scholastica on Saturday in the opening game for both teams. The Pirates defense …


Whitworth has good depth on both sides of ball

Injuries produce depth Whitworth Pirates head coach John Tully said it’s just the nature of football that some players will miss time to injury. But the Pirates had several devastating …