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Baseball emerges hopeful after disappointing season

Kyle Howe

May 3, 2012

Early in the semester, Whitman's baseball team had high hopes of improving upon last year's record of 4-20, with many players returning. Those hopes were dashed, however, as the team finished 5-19 in the Northwest Conference with an overall record of 5-34. The men finished just above Lewis & Clark...

Sports, Greek life: A complementary relationship?

Sports, Greek life: A complementary relationship?

Matt Tesmond

October 20, 2011

Greek life and varsity sports share many core goals: building a sense of family, working together to accomplish goals and, above all, having fun. So it is not surprising to find at Whitman a thriving culture of Greek athletes. Athletes'  participation in Greek life, however, spans the spectrum from a positive relationship ...

Men’s baseball aims for turn around after recent slump

Men’s baseball aims for turn around after recent slump

Andrew Hawkins

February 24, 2011

Whitman College baseball coach Jared Holowaty's baseball program has the potential to turn around a recent slump with this year's 2010 recruiting class. In order to become a competitive college within the Northwest Conference, Holowaty must keep his players dedicated to the team so that they may become...

Athletics recruiting: Not just jocks

Matt Manley

December 9, 2010

With varsity athletes comprising around 20 percent of the student body, bringing topflight scholar-athletes to campus is a definite priority, according to Athletic Director Dean Snider. Recruiting future Whitman athletes is by no means isolated to athletics, either. The process is a cooperative activity...

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