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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Photo contributed by Sam Perkins 17.

Sports injuries: What happens next?

Kyle Flannery February 26, 2015

Most varsity athletes here at Whitman have spent the majority of their lives honing their skills in one particular sport, a feat that requires a tremendous amount of dedication and passion. Except for...

Whitman athletics utilizing new tactics to increase wins

Riley Foreman February 19, 2015

Whitman's liberal arts curriculum may require students to complete three quantitative analysis credits, but for varsity athletes, practice with numbers doesn't necessarily stop at calculus homework. Whitman...

Callahan assists men’s basketball in unconventional ways

Kyle Flannery February 12, 2015

Go to any Whitman Men's basketball game and you will rarely see senior Clay Callahan score, or even shoot for that matter. But what you will see him do are the intangibles, the little things that transcend...

Men’s Basketball Welcomes Eisenhardt Back With Win

Sarah Anderegg February 3, 2014
The Whitman Men's Basketball team started the second round of conference play off strong with a 78-69 win over Pacific University. Along with the win, Whitman welcomed back senior forward Ben Eisenhardt, who appeared in his first game since sustaining an injury in November 2013.
Besides being a star player, Janin also serves as the teams coach.  Photos by Brennan Johnson.

Janin Steps Up for Sweets

Tristan Gavin April 4, 2013
In a year where Whitman's beloved Sweets lost a core group of leaders, Jacob Janin has risen as a top national player and a team leader.
The bench rejoices as Morgan Outzen 16 scores a deuce at Fridays game against Linfield.

Athletes Stay On Campus Over Winter Break

Sarah Debs January 24, 2013
The men’s basketball team needed to spend most of their four-week break in Walla Walla, but made the most of their extended time together.
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