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The West Coast Conference on Thursday joined several leagues nationwide in announcing the postponement of fall sports competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The WCC’s decision impacts volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s cross country, as well as traditional springs sports such as tennis, rowing and golf that also compete in the fall. The announcement doesn’t pertain to men’s and women’s basketball, which can open as early as Nov. 10.
Stanford announced Wednesday that it is dropping 11 sports amid financial difficulties caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Six men have become the first to traverse some of the most dangerous waters in the world with nothing other than sheer manpower
After two days of traveling back from the three-day NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Marisa Wortman enjoyed the quiet and calm of a relatively empty Gonzaga campus on Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Gonzaga women’s rowing team finished 20th at the NCAA Championships at the Indianapolis Rowing Center at Eagle Creek Park on Sunday. Gonzaga’s varsity eight took first in the D Final to place 19th overall and the second varsity eight finished third in the D Final (22nd overall). The varsity four claimed second, also in the D Final (20th overall).
The Washington women have returned to the top of the collegiate rowing world as the top-ranked Huskies swept all three grand finals to win the NCAA Championship in Indianapolis on Sunday.
The Bulldogs’ varsity eight boat crossed the finish line in 6:54.132, nearly 10 seconds behind first-place Harvard (6:45.012).
The Gonzaga women’s rowing team finished fifth in the varsity eight and second varsity eight races Friday during the first day of the NCAA Championships at the Indianapolis Rowing Center at Eagle Creek Park.
The Gonzaga rowing team will compete in the NCAA Division I National Championships next weekend in Indianapolis. The Zags talk mindset plus how a legacy is being built with winning the WCC five years in a row.
A new building has risen from the shore of Silver Lake southeast of Medical Lake that will house the Gonzaga University women’s and men’s rowing teams, providing a new home for the program.
Spokane has a world masters slowpitch softball champion. Grey Sox returned from the Senior Softball USA World Masters Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada, last week with the title in the 65+ AA Division.
A high school science teacher from Cincinnati, Ohio, has rowed solo across the Atlantic Ocean, setting a record for a west-to-east crossing.
Marisa Wortman has been promoted to head coach for the women’s rowing program at Gonzaga, Director of Athletics Mike Roth announced Friday.
Washington State 1,500-meter runners Chandler Teigen and Kaili Keefe qualified for the NCAA Championships Saturday during the third and final day of the NCAA West Regional track and field meet in Sacramento, California.
Washington State’s Stephanie Cho qualified for the NCAA Championships on Friday by setting a personal best in the women’s 400-meter hurdles during the NCAA West Regional in Sacramento, California.
The NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Committee selected 15th-ranked Washington State to compete in the national championships, the NCAA announced Tuesday.
Washington State freshman Sander Moldau won the men’s pole vault Sunday at the Pac-12 Track & Field Championships in Stanford, California
Marianna Petrei completed an unbeaten run through the Big Sky Conference women’s tennis championships to lead Idaho to a 4-2 victory over Northern Arizona on Saturday in Phoenix.
As a member of the University of Washington’s elite women’s varsity crew, Eliza Dawson honed her athletic skills on the sometimes-choppy waters of Lake Washington. This summer, she’ll test her rowing talent in a far more challenging environment, where small crews of rowers rarely go: the Pacific Ocean.