Join the Whittier College Sports Network as they talk with Executive Director of Athletics Robert Coleman and Associate Athletic Director for Communications Lance Franey in the Winter Edition of Coleman's Corner/Poets Sports Report.
The Whittier College Men’s Basketball team opened up Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play Wednesday night as they dominated the Leopards of the University of La Verne 92-66.
The Whittier College Women’s Swimming & Diving team was unlucky at the Logger Invite over the weekend forced to only take part in the prelims on the final day of competition despite putting up big numbers over the first two days due to late flights coming back from Tacoma, WA.
The Whittier College Men’s Swimming & Diving Team despite only tallying 89 points over three days resulting in a 7th place finish during the Logger Invite saw junior transfer Zu Pigot (Miami, FL) put together record breaking performances over his six events.
The bleachers have been installed, ADA accessible ramps and viewing has been added, and the gateway to Hugh B. Mendez Stadium and Adam Elberg Field has begun as the renovations to the Whittier College Baseball Field continue to move forward.
The final score might read a 112-65 loss for the Whittier College Men’s Basketball team to Division I UC Irvine but the Purple & Gold kept it close throughout only to see a late 40-8 run prove costly late in the second half.
The Whittier College Women’s Basketball team opened up Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play Wednesday evening inside of the Graham Athletic Center and came away with a 69-65 win over Pomona-Pitzer.
Monica Gerardo, Whittier College Head Women’s Soccer Coach since 2011, has resigned to become a Vice Principal for Leadership and Operations for St. Mark’s Lutheran School, located in Hacienda Heights, Calif.
Freshman Hans Zdolsek (Linkoping, Sweden) was recognized this week as the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Newcomer of the Year for Men’s Water Polo announced by the conference office.
When senior Julissa Tobias and junior Julian Sandoval left their hotel Saturday morning for a country drive to Principia College, Elsah, Illinois, it was a humid 68 degrees with little wind. Soon after arrival at the college’s famed North Farms Cross Country Course, a course carved out of bean fields and hilly timber land, the pair experienced a classic Midwestern warm-front / cold-front shift dropping temperatures to 42 degrees with a wind chill of 34 degrees.
The Whittier College Women's Swimming & Diving team split their second tri-meet of the season, beating the Panthers of Chapman University 147-144 before falling to the Sagehens of Pomona-Pitzer 186-110.
Senior Emilee Dy (Chino Hills, Calif.) had a strong two games for the Whittier College Women’s Basketball team over the weekend and she was recognized for it as she was named to the Ramada at Spokane Airport Whit Classic All-Tournament Team.