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UPDATED: Sat., May 18, 2019, 9:02 p.m.

Community Colleges of Spokane head coach Bryan Winston has swiftly boosted baseball program

When Community Colleges of Spokane closer Reed Harrington’s fastball smacked into the leather of catcher Justin Lutz last week in Pasco, it retired a Columbia Basin hitter and signaled the …


UPDATED: Sun., May 27, 2018, 10:04 p.m.

CCS eliminated at NWAC Baseball Championship tournament

John Sage’s RBI double in the top of the 10th inning sent Yakima Valley to a 5-4 victory, eliminating CC Spokane from the NWAC Baseball Championship tournament on Sunday.


Extra season didn’t work out for WSU pitcher Arnold

PULLMAN – Chad Arnold has no regrets. Yet he regrets plenty. The former is personal. The latter is about this Washington State University baseball season, the home portion of which …


Whitworth baseball trends upward with 20-win season

Success has taken a while at Whitworth University. The Pirates last had a winning record in Northwest Conference play in 2006. They last won 20 games in 2002.


Cougars believe they can make run in Pac-10 baseball

As Derek Jones jogged in from third base in the bottom of the ninth last Sunday, carrying Washington State’s third run – and quite possibly the season – with him, …


Roundup: Zags hope strong play continues into WCC season

The preconference schedule has been productive for the Gonzaga Bulldogs. In their 26 games, GU has won 16, including 11 of its last 14, swept national power UC Irvine at …


Whitworth looks for better weather to go with better record

Early-season baseball games in the Inland Northwest can be iffy propositions at best. Just getting a snow-free field can be tough until mid-March. For proof, ask Whitworth baseball coach Dan …


Area roundup: WSU baseball sweeps Utah Valley State

Bret DeRooy pitched six shutout innings and the Washington State offense backed him with 11 hits as the Cougars beat Utah Valley 16-2 on Sunday in Pullman to complete a …


College baseball season promises less pop because of new bats

As the Division I college baseball season begins around the nation this weekend, players will be facing an uncertainty each time they step into the batter’s box. The trusted bat …


WSU responds to coach’s question with wins

PULLMAN – May was just two days old when Washington State University coach Donnie Marbut decided to ask his team a question. “We talked after the Oregon series that we …


CCS right-hander Murphy mixes aviation, avocation

When Justin Murphy was a youngster on Spokane’s North Side, he was always looking up. And what he saw inspired him. “We live just over here,” Murphy said last week …


Compressed college baseball season doesn’t help up here

Schools in the southern half of the United States have always had an advantage in college baseball. It’s called weather. Baseball is a warm-weather game and schools with more of …


College baseball: Cougs face devilish task

Things don’t get any easier for Washington State University this weekend. The Cougars opened Pac-10 play last week, losing two of three to rival Washington, then traveled to Salt Lake …


College baseball: Whitworth hits its stride

When Dan Ramsay took over as Whitworth University’s baseball coach last year, he was basically the same age as some of his players. That wouldn’t do. So he now has …


Roundup: CCS splits baseball doubleheader with Knights

Freshman Derek Carley doubled to drive in Jake Graham with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning Wednesday afternoon, leading Community Colleges of Spokane to a 5-4 …


CCS baseball hot as season nears end

After starting play in the East Region of the NWAACC in a full stagger, Community Colleges of Spokane suddenly finds itself facing a crucial week of competition that could go …


Pickler storms to lead at Texas Relays

Washington State senior Diana Pickler leads the women’s heptathlon after the first day at the 80th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays at Austin, Texas. Pickler scored a personal-best 3,767 points Wednesday …