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The Whitworth Pirates missed out on the NCAA Tournament in 2019. Head coach Matt Logie and senior Kyle Roach reflect on their 21-win season.
Whitworth led by 10 points at halftime, but Whitman surged back in the second half for a 107-102, leaving the Pirates hoping for an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.
As a 6-foot-4 point guard at his high school in California, Kyle Roach was used to being the tallest person around.
The NCAA Tournament for the Whitworth Pirates this year is no guarantee, as the only sure way to get in for Whitworth is to win the Northwest Conference Tournament.
Kyle Roach scored a season-high 35 points as Whitworth outlasted George Fox for a 107-98 victory Saturday night, clinching the No. 2 seed in the Northwest Conference Tournament
After trips to Oregon and Texas the past two weekends to play teams from four conferences, men’s basketball coach Matt Logie is happy to be back at the Whitworth Fieldhouse.
The 2018-19 edition of the Pirates, who return all five starters from last year’s Northwest Conference tournament championship team, could be the best yet.
The honors continue to pour in for Whitworth’s Kyle Roach.
Whitworth Pirates junior Kyle Roach was named the 2018 Division III West Region Player of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, it was announced on Monday.
Hitting their stride while taking the Puget Sound Loggers out of theirs, the Whitworth Pirates pulled away for a 97-79 Northwest Conference semifinal win at the Fieldhouse on Thursday night.
Unselfish when his team needed it and demanding the ball when the script was flipped, Kyle Roach was rewarded Wednesday be being named the Most Valuable Player in the Northwest Conference.
Trailing 40-38 with 11 minutes to play, visiting Whitworth used a 13-0 run over the next six minutes to take control in a 63-55 win at Linfield College on Saturday night at Ted Wilson Gymnasium.
This was no time for complacency. Three days before a date with the No. 1 team in the land, Whitworth could have looked past Pacific on Saturday night.
Whitworth put together its best 20 minutes of the season in an 88-58 win over visiting Calvin College in the finale of the Whitworth Men’s Classic sponsored by Quality Inn Oakwood on Saturday night.
In the end, Whitworth simply ran out of answers Tuesday night.
Whitworth has a bit of history with Wheaton College, and the Pirates hope history doesn’t repeat itself Tuesday night at the Fieldhouse. Ten years ago, Whitworth reached its first Division III Sweet 16 under former coach Jim Hayford. They went no further, partly because national player of the year Kent Raymond went off for 47 points.
Did any college men’s basketball program have a more exciting offseason than Whitworth?
The Whitworth Pirates, led by senior Kyle Roach’s 21 points, held off the Linfield Wildcats 76-64 in the semifinal of the four-team Northwest Conference tournament.
The good news? Whitworth is still in second place in the Northwest Conference
The Whitworth Pirates learned a little more about themselves Saturday night.