[metaslider id=31116] The Western men's soccer team hosted the University of Washington for a spring exhibition game on April 13, 2019 at Harrington Field. The Vikings lost the game 2-0. Photos by Hailey Hoffman and Oliver Hamlin.
Anna Paradee's senior indoor season was highlighted by a GNAC athlete of the week selection, as well as a spot on the Division II All-American second team. // Photo courtesy of Western Athletics
Seli Aholelei has eight strikeouts in 11 innings as a Viking this season. // Photo courtesy of Western Athletics
Despite efficient shooting and good ball movement, the Vikings fell to the No. 2 seed Nighthawks in the Women's GNAC Championship semifinals. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
The Vikings allowed the third fewest points in conference play and were first in field goal percent defense, holding opponents to 37.7 percent shooting in the regular season. // Photo by Jaden Moon
Junior forward Cameron Retherford's points and rebounds double-double against the Wolves was a big part of the Vikings' 10-point win. // Photo by Emily Porter
Payne's passing ability and tendency to take care of the ball have him in sixth place in conference for assist-to-turnover ratio. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
Junior forward Trevor Jasinsky led all players with 25 points in a 75-68 win over Saint Martin's University. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
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.
Western cross country competed in challenging conditions at the NCAA Division II National Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Dec. 1, at Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The women's team placed 20th overall in a field of 34 teams, led by sophomore Jane Barr and junior Sophia Galvez who finished side by side for 65th and 66th place. The men's team placed 26th overall, led by sophomore Eric Hamel who placed 58th out of 261 total runners.