As the Western Washington University men’s golf team flew into Ohio to compete in the Division II national championship tournament, so did fifth-year senior Jordan Lee for the first time in his career.
June 23, 2022, marked the 50-year anniversary of Title IX which prohibited sex-based discrimination in schools and educational programs.
For the first time in program history, Western Washington University's outdoor track and field team won on both the women's and men's sides at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships.
The majority of intramural sports games at Western Washington University start anywhere from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. on school nights, making it difficult for students to wake up for classes the following day.
The Western Washington University women’s soccer team defeated Peninsula College in a dominating fashion on Saturday, May 13.
Mitch Johnson, son of former Seattle SuperSonic John Johnson, is a 36-year-old assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs. Johnson has recently become one of the more popular candidates for NBA teams in search of a new head coach.
Spencer Hawes grew up in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle before spending a 10-year career playing in the NBA.
Whatcom Community College and the Bellingham Pickleball Club are hosting the first-ever Orca Pickleball Spring Classic Tournament from Friday, May 19 to Sunday, May 21.
Last weekend, the unbelievable hitting of Hailey Rath and the efforts of pitcher Mareena Ramirez carried Western Washington University’s softball team to the cusp of another conference championship.
The Western Washington University women's rowing team competed in the Opening Day Regatta as part of the Windermere Cup, a world-renowned event in which some of the best teams globally are invited to compete.
After a basketball player ends their playing career, they often miss the game they dedicated so many years to. Getting into coaching can be a natural transition for some, but it can also be difficult for young coaches to find success early in their careers.
Sophomore Annie Tran made history on April 29 at the Ralph Vernacchia Invitational by placing sixth all-time for Western Washington University women’s pole vaulting.
The Western Washington University women’s soccer team defeated Seattle University in a closely-contested match on Friday, providing an initial forecast as to what the rest of the season may have in store for the Vikings women footballers.