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Warriors take 3rd at Pierce Tournament

Warriors take 3rd at Pierce Tournament

PUYALLUP, Wash. — Walla Walla played its best half of basketball so far this season here Sunday afternoon en route to an 81-64 victory over Clackamas in the third-place game at the Raiders Classic women’s tournament at Pierce Community College.   The Warriors, playing with a purpose after Saturday’s 66-60 loss to Lane in the…

WWCC wins first two at Yakima Invite

WWCC wins first two at Yakima Invite

YAKIMA — Back from an NWAC championship last season, the WWCC women’s basketball team got its 2018-19 campaign off to a strong start with back-to-back wins here at the Yakima Invitational.   WWCC freshman Jessica Cheney tallied a game-high 21 points and 11 rebounds as the Warriors defeated Mt. Hood, 73-65, on Friday.   A…

WWCC women set to defend title

WWCC women set to defend title

Some years you simply reload, and some years you’re forced to rebuild But what Bobbi Hazeltine faces this fall as she begins her 20th season as the women’s head basketball coach at Walla Walla Community College perhaps takes it a step further than that. “It’s a challenge, that’s for sure,” Hazeltine said in the midst…

Acock signs with Western Oregon

Acock signs with Western Oregon

DeSales graduate and Walla Walla Community College sophomore basketball player Teresa Acock signed her Letter of Intent to attend and play at Western Oregon University in Monmouth, Ore. In Acock’s two-year Warrior career, the team went 56-6, and this season won a school-record 32 games, was undefeated in the NWAC East with a school-record 30…

WWCC’s McKeown named NWAC women’s hoops POY

WWCC’s McKeown named NWAC women’s hoops POY

Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball standout and Touchet graduate Cierra Jo McKeown was named the Baden Sports NWAC Women’s Basketball Player of the Year after leading the Warriors to the NWAC title this season. McKeown averaged 23.6 points per game (second in the NWAC), while shooting 50 percent from the field, 44 percent from…

Warriors travel a different route to 3rd title

Warriors travel a different route to 3rd title

Bobbi Hazeltine took Walla Walla to the Northwest Athletic Conference women’s basketball championship as a low seed in 2001 when the Warriors defeated Skagit Valley 69-63 on the Cardinals’ home floor in Mount Vernon. The veteran WWCC coach guided a top-seeded team to an NWAC title at the Toyota Center in Kennewick in 2010 with…

2018 Winter Academic Excellence Awards Announced

2018 Winter Academic Excellence Awards Announced

VANCOUVER, WA — The 2018 Winter Sports Academic Excellence awards have been announced. Qualifications for recognition are to be a sophomore in eligibility, have a minimum of 36 credits earned, a 3.25 cumulative GPA and be recommended by the College. Print Version: Men’s Basketball | Women’s Basketball MEN’S BASKETBALL NAME COLLEGE Courtney Anderson Clark College Jacob Bingham Southwestern…

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