Jeffrey Giuliani: From the outside looking in, there isn’t a less interesting player than Kyle Seager. But in that way, he’s a fascinating. Seager is the definition of old school. In an age of primadonna, look-at-me players, Seager stands alone.
The Western women’s lacrosse club won its first Northwest Women’s Lacrosse League title in a match against the University of Washington on Sunday, April 12, in Corvallis, Oregon.
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When Western rugby coach Paul Horne received the letter informing him he will be inducted into the British Columbia Rugby Hall of Fame, he thought it was a joke. The ceremony date happened to be April Fools’ Day and Horne thought he was being tricked.
The Westerns women’s club rugby team scored a game-winning try on the last play against Eastern Washington University for a 26-24 win during the Vikingsfest tournament on Saturday, April 18, at Robert S. Harrington Field.