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Jordan Hara's ninth-inning RBI single helped top-seeded Pacific top upset-minded Whitworth 5-4 in the first round of the Northwest Conference Tournament on Thursday in Forest Grove, Oregon.
For five of the six seniors on the Whitworth men’s basketball team, this weekend’s games against the Whitman Blues will mark the end of their time with the Pirates.
There won’t be a Northwest Conference championship trophy awarded this year, but during Sunday afternoon’s game at the Fieldhouse it sure felt as if there was something significant on the line.
The Pirates didn’t get their offense going on Saturday like they did last time out, but their defense was just fine once again.
Having only played two other football teams this season, it would perhaps be disingenuous to place this undefeated Whitworth squad in the program’s pantheon.
Four minutes into their game on Saturday night, and arguably even sooner than that, it was quite clear that there would be no second-night letdown for the Whitworth Pirates men’s basketball team.
Struggling to move the football on the ground, Whitworth’s offense produced a handful of big plays on Saturday and defeated Puget Sound 30-12 in Tacoma to sweep their two-game series this season.
Back at the Fieldhouse after four games on the road, the Whitworth men’s basketball team looked right at home on Friday night.
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.
Mya Hollingshed poured in 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as Colorado held off Washington State 60-57 on Friday in Pullman.
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.
If any sports are being played at Whitworth between now and January, it won't be Northwest Conference competition.
Tanner Noller is graduating with Northwest Christian High School’s class of 2020
The ladder waited under the basket, and the Whitworth Pirates sat across the court, heads down on the home bench.
Tonight was a hard night for Whitworth as they fell to Whitman in the final Battle of the Whits. The Pirates were fighting for a chance into the NWC Tournament but came up short in a six point loss. FINAL: 86-80 Whitman
Liam Fitzgerald played his most complete game of the season, matching career-highs in scoring (16 points) and rebounds (14) to lead the top-seeded Whitworth men’s basketball team to an 87-57 victory over Pacific Lutheran at the Fieldhouse.
FINAL: Puget Sound 14, Whitworth 9
So many of Whitworth’s most recent victories required a late surge and a halftime comeback, but there was no such need for the Pirates on Thursday night.
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.