The Whittier College Athletic Department hosted a Faculty Appreciation Night Tuesday, during halftime of the Whittier College Men’s Basketball game. They recognized those faculty members across campus and within a variety of disciplines who have accepted a Faculty Liaison position with the athletic teams.
This past week, the Purple & Gold sent off their senior class, which included Anders Blomso (Shoreline, WA), Colin Fellezs (Mililani, HI), Robert Kaaret (Highland Park, IL), Aidan Tol (Tustin, Calif.), Trevor Tuma (Vashon Island, WA), Leimana Hassett (Lahaina, HI), Kayanna Heffner (Bend, OR), Maddie McMurray (Phnom Penh, Cambodia), and Erika Ngo (Alhambra, Calif.).
The Whittier College Softball team picked up their biggest win on the season Saturday as they came away with a split on the road with Claremont-M-S opening up Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play.
The Whittier College Baseball team opened up Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play over the weekend but let the series slip away as Occidental College would take two of three.
Junior Lexie Meanor (Sewickley, PA) recorded her 100th point in the 2018 season opener for Whittier College Women's Lacrosse as she finished with four goals and a caused turnover in a 16-5 loss to the University of Redlands.
The Whittier College Women’s Basketball 2017-18 season came to a close Wednesday night as they fell 69-42 to Claremont-M-S seeing their quest for a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Post Season berth end.
The Whittier College Men’s Basketball team was knocked out of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Post Season Tournament contention Wednesday night as they fell 85-65 to Claremont-M-S inside of the Graham Athletic Center.
Junior’s Alex Baez (Chino Hills, Calif.) and Brandon Mulrooney (Placentia, Calif.) got their 2018 season underway in impressive fashion both being selected to the D3baseball.com Team of the Week announced Tuesday.
For the second time in three weeks, senior guard Louis Kurihara (Culver City, Calif.) was named the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Athlete of the Week announced by the conference office.
The Whittier College Men’s Basketball team remained in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Post Season Tournament contention following late game heroics Saturday as they pulled off a 74-73 win over Occidental College.
The Whittier College Women’s Basketball team needed a win Saturday afternoon to remain in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Post-Season Tournament contention and did just that as they pulled off a huge 61-55 road win over the Occidental College Tigers.
The Poet Student-Athlete Leadership Academy partnered with the Weingart Center for Career and Professional Development to host an Alumni Panel geared towards “Whittier to Work”, which included Jasmine Tong ’17 and Kevin Curbelo ‘14. The Alumni discussed how their Whittier College Education helped them prepare for the real world upon graduation.
Prior to opening day for the Whittier College Baseball Team, Hugh B. Mendez Stadium and Adam Elberg Field were unveiled in front of a crowd of almost 200 guests, supporters, and alumni from across the country.
Former Poet and Men’s Lacrosse Alumni Matt Hernandez ’16 was just selected to the Mexican National Team. He earns a spot on the Mexico Lacrosse Roster for the 2018 FIL World Championships in Israel next Summer, where he will represent both the country of his heritage but also the city of Los Angeles, Calif.
The Whittier College Women’s Basketball team threatened the undefeated Chapman University Panthers Wednesday night inside of the Graham Athletic Center but couldn’t pull off the win as they fell 59-50.
The Whittier College Baseball Team has gotten underway with their season and have opened up their new facility, Hugh B. Mendez Stadium and Adam Elberg Field. Watch the Ribbon Cutting unfold on the Whittier College Sports Network.
The Whittier College Women's Swimming & Diving team welcomed back Senior Maddie McMurrary (Phnom Penh, Cambodia) this past weekend when they took on the Bulldogs of the University of Redlands, falling 137-89.