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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 10
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

New beginnings for the Whitman Blues

Alexa Grechishkin, Campus Life Reporter February 10, 2022

The Whitman Blues have endured two years of new obstacles, cancelled games and shifting regulations. Despite these trials, as the spring season begins, athletes are breaking new ground and have high expectations...

Whitman athletes reflect on unique season

Hailey Livingston, Sports Reporter March 11, 2021

Whitman varsity athletics are embracing the new reforms and changes brought about by the new COVID-19 guidelines. When Whitman announced that the fall semester would be online, athletes and coaches...

Scooping up Talent: Varsity Lax Finds Success in Third Year

Scooping up Talent: Varsity Lax Finds Success in Third Year

Conor Scanlon, Staff Reporter April 13, 2017

With their best record in the program’s three short years at the varsity level, the Whitman lacrosse team has quickly evolved into a Northwest Conference contender. The team’s young core and competitive...

Sports Teams Snowed In

Arie Knops, Staff Reporter February 16, 2017

Though many across campus have expressed extreme annoyance with the seemingly never-ending winter experienced by Walla Walla this year, few have been more frustrated than many of the athletes on our campus....

Women’s lacrosse grows in numbers, preserves historical roots

Sylvie Luiten April 19, 2012
Originally based off of the Iroquois style of play, lacrosse has evolved significantly over the years from its roots. It has gained widespread national attention as a growing popular sport both in the east and west up to the professional level.
Abbye Neel ‘13, McCauley Singer-Milnes ‘14 and Kenna Little ‘13 play on Ankeny. The young team is currently in fourth place in the NW League. Credit: Marie Von Hafften

Women’s lacrosse poised to break into championship tournament

Pamela London March 10, 2011
For the Whitman women's lacrosse team, it doesn't matter if they are playing fellow Division III teams or nationally ranked Division I programs - competition is competition. The team is doing more than just holding their own in the Northwest Women's Lacrosse League, as it is sitting in fourth place looking at a chance to make the championship tournament hosted here at Whitman.
Photo Credit : Bowman

Missionaries undefeated in Sweet Onion Shootout

Bailey Arango April 15, 2010
Whitman hosts tournament, defeats Lewis and Clark College and Seattle University
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