Western Washington University’s 15-man rugby team fell short of a national title-game appearance with a season-ending loss to Fresno State on Sunday, April 17 at the Division IAA West Coast Regional Championship match.
Water skiing is a surface water sport where an individual is pulled behind a boat, kissing the edge of the water with water skis attached to their feet. There is only one word necessary to describe what it takes to be on the water ski team at Western Washington University and that is stoke.
For many Washingtonians, once spring arrives in April and May, it is time to pull out the water skis, golf clubs and other equipment and head outside. Western offers 25 sport clubs with 20 active this spring. The activities range from outdoor land sports such as baseball, tennis, golf and ultimate frisbee to outdoor water sports such as water skiing, wakeboarding, rowing and sailing.
Western Washington University senior basketball player Emma Duff finished her collegiate career by etching her name in the record books during a national championship game run.
Western Washington University’s women’s basketball team added another accolade to its legacy by reaching the NCAA Division II championship for the first time in program history. Despite a spectacular season, Glenville State University bettered the Vikings 85-72.
Have you wanted to get fit but haven’t found the motivation to run on a treadmill or bundle up and go outside? Or worse, have you or someone you knew ever faced a dangerous altercation that could have resulted in severe harm or death, and neither of you had an idea how to fight back for protection?
Western Washington University women’s basketball completed a season sweep against the highly talented University of Alaska Anchorage on Saturday, Feb. 19 in Sam Carver Gymnasium.
Western Washington University women’s basketball team improves to 18-3 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference with a 33-point win over Saint Martin’s University at Sam Carver Gymnasium on Tuesday night. The final score was 81-48.
In an overtime thriller, Western Washington University sophomore guard D’Angelo Minnis knocked down a half-court buzzer-beater to beat the Montana State University Billings Yellowjackets on Feb. 17.
Title IX opened the door to equity and equality for sports participation, but for women and girls, it was the beginning of an ongoing fight.
Daniel qi jue Lai was born in Guangzhou, China. After his sophomore year of high school, he moved to Victoria, British Columbia, when he was 16 years old. There he finished his junior and senior years of high school before attending Langara College for two years in Vancouver, B.C.