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  • Whitworth volleyball team tied for first after slow start

    The Whitworth Pirates opened the Northwest Conference volleyball season a month ago with road losses to Pacific Lutheran and Puget Sound. They haven’t lost a NWC match since. They’ve gone …


  • Whitworth volleyball team tied for first after slow start

    The Whitworth Pirates opened the Northwest Conference volleyball season a month ago with road losses to Pacific Lutheran and Puget Sound. They haven’t lost a NWC match since. They’ve gone …


  • Sandpoint wins to advance

    Amos Crossingham scored in the first half and Sandpoint held on to beat visiting Lakeland 1-0 in an Idaho 4A Region I boys soccer loser-out, semifinal on Monday night. Sandpoint …


  • Area roundup: Savannah Blinn key in GU volleyball win over LMU

    Gonzaga junior Savannah Blinn had 29 kills and the Bulldogs edged No. 22 Loyola Marymount in four sets in a West Coast Conference volleyball match at the Martin Centre on …


  • Area small school football: Boxers start fast, beat Whits

    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 …


  • Broadcasting fathers tread lightly when sons play

    Physically and emotionally, the football broadcast booth sits above the fray, and so do the men inside. Even when a loved one is sprawled on the turf and slow to …


  • College soccer notebook: WSU women face big test on Friday, Sunday

    After barely passing a pop quiz last weekend, the Washington State women’s soccer team faces a major test this week in the Bay Area. In their Pac-12 opener on Friday, …


  • Soccer notebook: Big test coming for WSU women

    After barely passing a pop quiz last weekend, the Washington State women’s soccer team faces a major test this week in the Bay Area.


  • Turnovers costly in Pirates’ loss

    In a football game turned track meet, Whitworth turnovers gave Chapman too many chances and the Panthers used them all to secure a 49-34 non-conference road win at the Pine …


  • Newcomers a pleasant surprise for Whitworth football team

    When the season began, new Whitworth football coach Rod Sandberg said that several of the more than 50 new players for the Pirates would have to step up and play …


  • Newcomers a pleasant surprise for Whitworth football team

    When the season began, new Whitworth football coach Rod Sandberg said that several of the more than 50 new players for the Pirates would have to step up and play …


  • Area roundup: Whitworth’s Bryan Peterson honored by NWC

    Whitworth senior quarterback Bryan Peterson has been named Northwest Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his performance Saturday when he established new school and NCAA Division III single-game passing …


  • Whitworth overcomes heat to down Whittier

    Ian Kolste threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns and Whitworth improved to 2-0 with a 30-17 nonconference win over Whittier under 100 degree temperatures at Memorial Stadium Saturday afternoon …


  • 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 …


  • WSU’s Bettinson earns MVP honors at Notre Dame volleyball tournament

    Close followers of the Washington State University volleyball team know about Kyra Holt, Emmy Allen and Haley MacDonald, prized recruits in the Cougars’ nationally ranked 2013 class. They’re well aware …


  • New-look Pirates rout Pioneers

    Whitworth opened the Rod Sandberg era with a dominant defensive and offensive show Saturday as the Pirates pillaged Lewis & Clark 63-10 in the opening football game for both teams.


  • Men’s soccer: Zags look to build on 2013 season

    The Gonzaga men’s soccer team took some big strides last year, but will be counting on some fresh legs to take the Bulldogs further this year. “The team has been …


  • Jim Kershner’s this day in history

    From our archives, 100 years ago About 200 people attended the ceremonial laying of the cornerstone of the new Whitworth College building three miles north of the city limits. Whitworth …


  • Changing direction

    A week before Whitworth players arrived, new head coach Rod Sandberg invited all of his assistants and their wives over for dinner. He gave the wives a Pirate coffee mug …


  • Area college women’s soccer preview

    Gonzaga women’s soccer coach Amy Edwards hopes a veteran lineup will help move the Bulldogs up the West Coast Conference standings this season. “I am really looking forward to enjoying …


  • Whitworth will honor four at homecoming

    Whitworth will celebrate its 125th anniversary during its Oct. 11 homecoming with the induction of four former Pirates into the Heritage Gallery Hall of Fame. Entering the hall will be …


  • Whitworth basketball adds six players

    Whitworth announced Wednesday the signing of six new players, including two originally from Spokane, who join a Pirates team that has made eight consecutive trips to the NCAA Division III …


  • John Blanchette: Whitworth Pirates blend spare parts into smooth machine

    Reason No. 672 to love Division III athletics: no recruiting gurus and star ratings. Keegan Shea has a decent chance of making it to the medal podium for the Whitworth …


  • North Idaho softball wins opener at Region 18 tourney

    Hayden Fields drove in five runs with a fourth-inning double and a sixth-inning homer Wednesday as North Idaho College opened the Region 18 softball tournament in Twin Falls, Idaho, with …


  • 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 …


  • Gonzaga’s Fortier hires husband to assist

    New Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier completed her coaching staff today with the hire of a very familiar assistant coach: her husband.


  • 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 …


  • Santa Clara tops Gonzaga in 10 innings

    Santa Clara scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch in the top of the 10th and threw out Gonzaga’s potential tying run in the bottom of the inning Friday …


  • In brief: Eastern’s Harvey receives honor

    COLLEGE BASKETBALL: His numbers were Rodney Stuckey like, so it’s fitting that Tyler Harvey has become Eastern Washington University’s first selection since 2006 on the National Association of Basketball Coaches …


  • Whitworth men survive in D-III tourney opener

    RICHARDSON, Texas – A recent trend of close finishes continued for the Whitworth men’s basketball team on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament. And the …

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