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Youth Movement: Men’s Soccer Takes on New Look

Youth Movement: Men’s Soccer Takes on New Look

Wil Kotnik, Sports Reporter

September 7, 2017


Filed under Front Page Slideshow, SPORTS

Ever since Whitman men’s soccer coach Jose Cedeno took over the reigns of the program in 2015, there have been monumental alterations in team cadence and culture. Entering the 2017 season, the team roster is comprised primarily of sophomores that were members of Coach Cedeno’s first recruiting clas...

Whitman Soccer Coach Jose Cedeno Named Head Coach of Walla Walla High School

Conor Scanlon, Sports Reporter

November 17, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

While the Whitman Men’s Soccer team officially ended their season with a draw at Whitworth University on Nov. 5, the team will be strengthening ties with the Walla Walla community for the rest of the school year. Most significantly, Walla Walla High School hired Whitman Head Coach Jose Cedeno on Oct. 28 to c...

Development Plans for Athletic Complex

Ridley Eastland-Fruit, Sports Reporter

November 10, 2016


Filed under SPORTS

The grass is green and the future is bright for Whitman’s Athletic Complex. The Athletic Department is progressing on plans to bring game streaming capability and possibly a new clubhouse to the facility. Located three blocks north of campus, the Athletic Complex is host to practice and game fields...

Jose Cedeno adds fresh perspective for men’s soccer

Jose Coronado, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2015


Filed under SPORTS, Sports Highlight, Sports Profiles

Born in Manta, a city on the coast of Ecuador, Coach Jose Cedeno left the warm shores of the Pacific when he was 11 years old and moved with his family to Queens, New York. Jose and his family moved to the neighborhood of Woodside, a place full of diversity with many families from Colombia, Mexico, the Domi...

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