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  • 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 athletic director resigns

    Whitworth Athletic director Aaron Leetch is returning to Illinois state after two years in Spokane


  • GU baseball closes in on postseason

    First-place Gonzaga (28-14-1, 15-6 WCC) needs only a sweep of last-place and winless Santa Clara (10-32, 0-18) this weekend to clinch at least a share of the WCC regular-season baseball …


  • Whitworth announces Cathey as new men’s soccer coach

    Among other things, Morgan Cathey’s “energy and passion for the game” won him the job as the new men’s soccer coach at Whitworth University, according to athletic director Aaron Leetch. …


  • Plenty of work ahead for ranked Bulldogs

    There’s too much work to do for the Gonzaga baseball team to get too wrapped up in the rankings, says Mark Machtolf, the Bulldogs’ coach. Still, the fact that Baseball …


  • 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 …


  • Coaches honor Gebbers

    Wade Gebbers has received another regional honor following his senior season at Whitworth. The 5-foot-11 guard from Brewster was named to the National Basketball Coaches Association of America All-West Region …


  • 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 …


  • EWU’s Hayford to coach 400th game

    Coaches made a lasting impression on a young Jim Hayford, and he’s trying to do the same for others. “I wanted to get into coaching because the people who had …


  • Pirates No. 8 in D-III

    Whitworth enters the Northwest Conference men’s basketball tournament ranked once again in the NCAA Division III Top 10, entering the postseason at No. 8. The Pirates had a 20-game win …


  • Whits move up to No. 3 in poll

    Men’s College basketball: Whitworth’s season-opening game with the Tommies of the University of St. Thomas looms larger and larger in the rear-view mirror. Back in November, it was a matchup …


  • Pirates women prevail

    K.C. McConnell had 14 points and six rebounds as Whitworth beat visiting Willamette (0-15, 0-6) 69-50 in Northwest Conference women’s basketball Friday. The Pirates (11-5, 4-3) took advantage of 21 …


  • Travis gives Pirates extra scoring boost

    You may have read recently in these pages about a Whitworth basketball player named Emily, who plays guard, specializes in 3-point shooting, plans to graduate this spring and is also …


  • Best start has GU 8th in both polls

    Men’s College basketball: Gonzaga University moved up one spot to eighth in the Associated Press Top 25 and remained eighth in the USA Today balloting of coaches in the latest …


  • 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 tops Pioneers, remain perfect in NWC

    Colton McCargar scored 18 points and Dustin McConnell added 14 points and 10 rebounds as Whitworth kept its perfect Northwest Conference record intact with a 78-66 men’s basketball win over …


  • Youthful Pirates show poise, make Pipers pay

    Call it what you will, losing your temper, blowing your cool or just coming unglued, it proved costly for the Hamline Pipers of St. Paul, Minn.


  • Whitworth rolls at Occidental

    Dustin McConnell led four players in double figures with 20 points and Whitworth routed Occidental 95-66 in a nonconference basketball game Saturday in Los Angeles. Robby Douglas had 15 points, …


  • 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 …


  • Original travel agent

    Jim McGregor won’t take credit for lighting the long-burning fuse that set off the international boom in college basketball. He dishes that credit to Frank Warren.


  • Whitworth’s White earns All-NWC honor

    Whitworth junior outside hitter Jalana White (Post Falls) was named to the All-Northwest Conference volleyball second team, the conference announced on Tuesday. White, who started all 23 games, finished the …


  • Cougars get berth to NCAA

    The strength of the Pac-12 Conference – and a 1-0 win over Washington on Friday – assured the Washington State Cougars a trip the NCAA women’s soccer tournament. “Playing in …


  • Cougars draw Portland in NCAA women’s soccer

    The strength of the Pac-12 Conference – and a 1-0 win over Washington on Friday – assured the Washington State Cougars a trip the NCAA women’s soccer tournament. “Playing in …


  • Spokane trio lead Vandals’ soccer success

    The injury is almost forgotten now, unlike the memories Liz Boyden will carry forward after a bonus year of soccer at the University of Idaho. A broken leg three matches …


  • 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 Whitworth

    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 …


  • Defense keeps Whitworth men’s soccer rolling

    Soccer forwards are always quick to credit the teammates behind them. It’s just the opposite at the other end of the field, especially at Whitworth, where goalkeeper Kyle Novak sees …

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