This week Jake Siewert and Ben Goldstein discuss the Mariners majestic hitting, their dreadful pitching, fantasy baseball studs and teased an NFL draft preview for next week’s episode. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/201936099" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /]
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.
Discounted beer and pizza, sunshine, a packed ballpark and not a cloud in the sky describes College Night at the Mariners game on Friday, April 17. Safeco field was the place to be as the Mariners took on the Texas Rangers.
After years of success with Western’s club rowing team, Carl Smith, the club captain and president, will represent the U.S. this summer in the World University Games.
The Mariners season has finally started and what hurt them last season — offense — is looking much more optimistic after a couple of additions and improvement from other players.