Junior Ethan Peloquin caught two touchdowns for the second game in a row, and the Whitworth Pirates football team defeated the Pacific Lutheran Lutes 28-10 on Saturday in Puyallup, Washington, improving to 2-0 this season.
PARKLAND, Wash. – Seth Hall scored 31 points to lead an efficient Pacific Lutheran offense Friday as the Lutes handed Whitworth its first conference loss, 84-59.
In a season that has seen games scheduled, postponed and cancelled on the fly, the Whitworth men’s basketball team found itself with a very familiar opponent again on Saturday at the Fieldhouse.
Coach Rod Sandberg’s message to the Whitworth football team ahead of its season opener was simply to have fun.
As it turned out Friday at the Fieldhouse, missing four starters wasn’t much of a problem for the Whitworth Pirates.
After a 10-day shutdown that led to the postponement of four home games, the Whitworth men’s basketball team expects to host Puget Sound on Friday and Saturday in what might be their final games at the Fieldhouse this season.
The circumstances for Whitworth’s football team have certainly changed in the 452 days since it last played a game, and so has the roster.
This weekend was scheduled to be a busy one for Whitworth athletics. Not so anymore.
The Whitworth men’s basketball games this weekend against Pacific Lutheran have been postponed in accordance with COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
A season ago, the Whitworth men’s basketball team won 23 games, including a pair in the Division III national tournament.
Miguel Lopez finished with 22 points and nine rebounds Saturday to lead Whitworth to a road sweep over Puget Sound with an 83-63 win in Tacoma.
Miguel Lopez scored 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Whitworth opened its Northwest Conference slate with an 87-63 victory over Puget Sound on Friday in Tacoma.