As an incoming Western Washington University student, Jen Black was excited to take an integral step in the journey of becoming a Viking. In the fall of 2021, Black sat down at a computer and joined a Zoom meeting: Western’s newly-implemented online freshman orientation.
Joe Kramer (he/him) is a sports reporter for The Front. He is an aspiring sportswriter majoring in journalism. Outside of journalism, he enjoys baseball and spending time with his family, especially the dogs.
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.
Western Washington University has had its share of rich sports memories, championships and professional athletes including 10 NFL, two MLB and six MiLB alumni. The following are some of the most successful men’s professional athletes to come out of Western.
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.
WWU men’s golf is firing on all cylinders after a tournament victory and strong performance at West Regional PreviewBy Joe Kramer | April 17
Western Washington University men’s golf won the Hanny Stanislaus Invitational Tournament for the second year in a row and finished a solid fourth at the West Regional Preview.
As the Seattle Kraken clinched their first NHL playoff berth Friday, interest in hockey is coincidentally growing in the Northwest.
Highlighted by a few memorable moments, Vikings Softball split their final regular season series against Saint Martin’s University at Viking Field in Bellingham, Wash. They finished the regular season with a 29-22 overall record.