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Walla Walla University begin CCC competition for the 2015-16 athletic year.
The Walla Walla University men’s basketball team had a cold shooting night, as the Wolves fell to Lewis-Clark State College 98-66 on Thursday.
The Missionary women force 19 Walla Walla University turnovers en route to an 83-42 victory at Sherwood Center on Tuesday.
Get free admission to Tuesday’s Walla Walla University at Whitman College women’s college basketball game with any donation of a canned food or new item of clothing.
CHENEY, Wash. — Two days after suffering a hard fought 92-80 loss to the University of Washington in Seattle, Eastern Washington University got back on the winning track at the expense of Walla Walla University here Tuesday night at Reese Court.
JaLisa Jose leads the Warriors with 13 kills, 11 digs and seven blocks, as WWCC rolls to four-set win.
The Whitman men’s soccer team downs Walla Walla University, 3-2, with 21 seconds remaining.
Gerry Larson , a WWU alum, has replaced Tim Windemuth, who served 30 years as the Wolves’ athletic director.
After 30 years as the school’s first — and only — AD, Tim Windemuth is calling it a career this summer. He and his wife, Cheri, will soon move into a brand new house on Silver Lake, near Spokane.
COLLEGE PLACE — The Walla Walla University softball team hunted duck here Sunday afternoon against the University of Oregon club team, chewing on the Ducks in 9-1 and 5-1 victories.
The WWU softball team wins a slugfest, 12-11, over Skagit Valley before dropping a 10-2 decision.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s women’s basketball team enjoyed two victories to win its Hoops Classic over the weekend.
COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s Chad Torkelsen came off the bench to provide the first-half spark the Wolves needed Thursday night against West Coast Baptist College.
LA GRANDE — The NAIA’s No. 8-ranked Eastern Oregon University women’s basketball team ousted Walla Walla University, 84-39, here Saturday.
BOISE, Idaho — Ryan Watkins had 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Boise State rolled to a 106-39 victory over Walla Walla on Saturday night for its sixth consecutive victory.
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