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Women’s Soccer Looks to Regain Form to Finish Season

Women's Soccer Looks to Regain Form to Finish Season

Chris Calamita

October 23, 2013

After flying out of the gates to start the season, the Whitman women's soccer team has slowed down considerably. The preseason saw the team grab a perfect 4-0-0 record over five games in which they outscored their opponents 11 to one. Since the season began, however, the team has found their r...

Men’s, women’s soccer honor seniors

Peter Clark

October 25, 2012

As the soccer season winds down for the Whitman women's and men's soccer teams, both women's head coach Heather Cato and men's head coach Mike Washington waved goodbye to two groups of seniors that played their final home weekend of matches this past Saturday and Sunday. While watching their seniors play for one of the last t...

Women’s soccer team preview

Jaclyn Rudd '12 boxes out a Whitworth opponent.

Peter Clark

September 13, 2012

Despite losing seven seniors from last year's team, the Whitman women's soccer team believes they can improve on last year's record and continue their climb up the Northwest Conference. Even though the team will be going through somewhat of a transition, third-year coach Heather Cato stressed that the...

Historical summer for women’s soccer

Pamela London

September 8, 2011

Standing in the tunnel dubbed "The Theatre of Dreams," our team looked out at the grass from the same place as the best clubs in the world. Overhead, the speakers blared the applause of thousands of rabid fans. "Welcome to the home of the team that has won 19 Premier League titles, Manchester United"...

NWC championships may soon involve final tournament

Pamela London

May 16, 2011

Changes may be in the works for the Northwest Conference. In the past two years, the NWC has turned its attention towards re-assessing the structure of each athletic season, specifically the potential addition of a conference championship tournament for soccer and baseball after changes were made...

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