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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 9
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Teagan Huff aims for the goal during practice at Hayner Field.

Women’s Lacrosse Makes Goals on and off the Field

Sebastian Vera Cuevas, Opinion Columnist April 4, 2024

This past month, Whitman's Women's Lacrosse team has enjoyed victories over Whittier College (18-4) and the University of Puget Sound (17-10) in a move that placed their season record at an impressive...

LGBTQIA+ community within Whitman athletics

Tate Cadang, Sports Reporter February 27, 2020

Although discussions regarding LGBTQIA+ experiences within the athletic community have become increasingly diversified, there remains more to be talked about.  Senior Olivia Engle, a member of the...

Illustration by Elie Flanagan

Navigating defeat as an athlete: Finding perspective in losing

Lennae Starr, Staff Reporter February 27, 2020

Athletes deal with defeat in different ways. While for some it is devastating, others just brush it off. According to Patrick O'Rourke, who compiles statistics from various athletic sources, only around...

Development Plans for Athletic Complex

Ridley Eastland-Fruit, Sports Reporter November 10, 2016

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...

Photo by Tywen Kelly.

First varsity season exceeds expectations

Kendra Winchester April 30, 2015

The inaugural season for the Whitman Varsity Women's Lacrosse Team this spring could be measured in the amount of wins and losses the team had. However, a better measurement can be based on the growth...

Photo by Anna Dawson.

New additions step up for injury-plagued men’s lax

Kendra Winchester March 12, 2015

The Whitman Men's Club Lacrosse Team has found itself going to division playoffs every season since 1995. With many successful seasons before them, the 2015 team have some big shoes to fill, but ultimately,...

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