By Andrew McClain
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Men's Golfer Jordan Lee helps the Vikings make some noise in his first year. // Photo courtesy of Western Athletics
Junior forward Trevor Jasinsky hitting a layup. // Photo by Andrew McClain
Maintaining a positive body image can be a challenge for anyone. For female-identifying athletes who compete in strength-based events, that challenge is combined with the need to maintain a strong physique.
Head Coach Diane Flick-Williams said that at the beginning of the women’s volleyball season she circled the NCAA West Regional Division II Championship Tournament on her calendar. Then, after going 0-3 to start the season, she buried that calendar and never looked at it again.
Check out more action shots from the Vikings' win below!
Check out the hard work of the women's volleyball team in these snapshots from their Friday, Nov. 16 win against Cal State Pomona Broncos.
What’s better than a basketball game? How about a basketball tournament?
The Western pep band could be heard from either end of campus as they blared away at the night sky to welcome guests to the Viking Madness basketball exhibition at Sam Carver Gymnasium on Friday, Oct. 26.
On Oct. 24, in the chill evening air of the parking lot outside of Laurel Church, you could hear the thrum of bowstrings and slap of arrowheads hitting targets.
In sports, the box score seldom tells the whole story. However, the stats from the 2-0 women’s soccer win on Saturday, Oct. 20, clearly exhibited that the Western Oregon University Wolves were outplayed by the Vikings in almost every measurable aspect.
Another night and another sweep for the Western women’s volleyball team as they continue to chalk up wins in a fashion that is nowhere near going out of style.