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Area roundup: Whitworth lands nine on All-NWC football team

First-team selections Ronnie Thomas and Austin Ehlo led Whitworth’s contingent of nine players on the All-Northwest Conference football team, announced Wednesday. Junior running back Thomas was named to the first-team …


Whitworth Pirates win season finale to even NWC record

Led by Ronnie Thomas, the Whitworth football team wrapped up the 2011 season on a good note. Thomas scored two of his three touchdowns in the final 6 minutes and …


Whitworth’s tradition of winning drives new coach, returning players

Matt Logie is a firm believer that tradition never graduates. So the former associate head coach at Lehigh University was well aware of the lofty expectations at Whitworth when he …


Whitworth holds high hopes for regional

The Whitworth Pirates were hoping to host the regional round of the NCAA Division III volleyball tournament. Instead, they’ll be facing the host team, Cal Lutheran, in the first round …


Whitworth takes confidence to volleyball regional

The Whitworth Pirates were hoping to host the regional round of the NCAA Division III volleyball tournament. Instead, they’ll be facing the host team, Cal Lutheran, in the first round …


Whitworth edges Willamette in 2OT

Bryan Peterson connected with Austin Ehlo for a 25-yard touchdown in the second overtime and then hooked up again on a 2-point conversion to lift the Whitworth Pirates (3-5, 2-2 …


Willamette’s huge lines will test Whitworth

In a football season filled with challenges, Whitworth faces another big one today.


Eastern Washington, Idaho battle for postseason berths

The Idaho Vandals and Eastern Washington Eagles find themselves in the muddled middle of their conference volleyball standings as the regular season winds down. Both feel they have a shot …


Pirates add to Boxers’ long losing streak

You never want to be those guys. You know, that bungling bunch that makes just enough mistakes to hand Pacific University its first NCAA Division III football victory since 1991.


Pirates roll over Boxers in NWC action

You never want to be those guys. You know, that bungling bunch that makes just enough mistakes to hand Pacific University its first NCAA Division III football victory since 1991.


Winless Pacific comes to Whitworth

Sometimes it’s not only how you play but who you play.


Lewis & Clark ends Whitworth’s dominance with victory

Whitworth’s 12-game winning streak over Lewis & Clark came to an end Saturday as the Pioneers beat the Pirates 30-22 in a Northwest Conference football game at Griswold Stadium in …


Whitworth, CCS, NIC in title mix

Midway through their conference seasons, three non-Division I volleyball programs in the region are pursuing titles. That’s not a surprise. Whitworth, North Idaho College and Community Colleges of Spokane are …


Whitworth, CCS, NIC in hunt for volleyball titles

Midway through their conference seasons, three non-Division I volleyball programs in the region are pursuing titles.


Field goal beats Whitworth

The Whitworth Pirates, who had already suffered through three close losses, endured their most painful defeat of the season Saturday.


Friedrichs blends faith, hoops and education

Warren Friedrichs was one semester into the Lutheran seminary when the sound of a bouncing basketball started to drown out the lessons in liturgics and elementary Greek – and he …


Pirates emphasize closing games

The Whitworth Pirates have played pretty good football, but they don’t have a lot to show for it.


Whitworth football team lets another slip by

Whitworth added to its growing list of losing winnable football games, coming up short in the trenches and falling to Menlo 24-17 in front of 1,405 Saturday at the Pine …


Whitworth can’t pull off football upset

The Whitworth Pirates showed they could play with 17th-ranked Redlands, but playing with the Bulldogs wasn’t their objective.


Whitworth faces tall task in Redlands

Whitworth and Redlands today renew their nonconference football rivalry for the eighth straight year and the Pirates face a stiff challenge to stop the visitors’ four-game winning streak in the …


Cougars roll along with roster of youngsters

Scanning the Washington State University volleyball roster, ‘FR’ and ‘SO’ appear repeatedly under year in school and ‘HS’ and ‘TR’ dominate in the experience column. Those stand for freshman, sophomore, …


Whitworth steamrolls Pomona-Pitzer

Bryan Peterson and Zac Hill aren’t making it easy on head coach John Tully to name a starting quarterback, which is probably an encouraging sign for the Whitworth Pirates.


Whitworth heads to Chapman for first game

Whitworth has a 4-0 all-time record against the Chapman Panthers and Pirates coach John Tully knows why.


Whits face questions in backfield

As the Whitworth Pirates reach the midpoint of fall camp in preparation for their Sept. 3 football opener against Chapman, they are closer to answering two of the biggest questions …


NWC women’s soccer coaches tab Whitworth for second place

Northwest Conference women’s soccer coaches selected Whitworth to finish in second place in their preseason poll. The Pirates picked up 56 points and one first-place vote. Nine-time champion Puget Sound …


Roundup: Whitworth’s Comito wins discus at NCAAs

Carter Comito survived an early scare, then knocked out a big throw on his final attempt to win the men’s discus title at the NCAA Division III Track and Field …


In brief: Knicks forward Balkman hawks lemonade

NBA: New York Knicks forward Renaldo Balkman helped turn lemons into lemonade Wednesday in Columbia, S.C., as part of a seventh-grader’s efforts to help those afflicted with cancer. Balkman took …


Whitworth selects Lehigh aide as men’s basketball coach

Whitworth University has scheduled a press conference for 10:30 a.m. today to introduce Matt Logie as its new head men’s basketball coach. Logie, who recently finished his second season as …


Roundup: WSU track invitational brings out all-comers

PULLMAN – Washington State’s lone home track meet of the year, the Cougar Invitational, is what it is – meaning invitations do go out. And then some athletes invite themselves.


Ex-Cougar LaToya Harris to coach Lewis-Clark State volleyball

Former Washington State volleyball standout LaToya Harris has been named head volleyball coach at Lewis-Clark State College, Warriors athletic director Gary Picone announced Monday. Harris played at WSU from 1999-2002 …