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Warrior women win league opener

Warrior women win league opener

1/8/14 The Warrior women won their league opener on Wednesday night by defeating Blue Mountain 84-74. Bailey Nygaard led the way for the Warriors with 33 points. Jessica Siler chipped in a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds while AmyDeLong and MeShel Rad both contributed double digit points with 12 and 10, respectively. Walla…

Warrior women lose to Clark

Warrior women lose to Clark

12/15/13 PORTLAND — Walla Walla sophomore guard Josie Jordan came off the bench to score 28 points here Sunday during the final day of a community college women’s basketball tournament. But it wasn’t nearly enough as a talented Clark squad rumbled to a 92-72 victory that left the Warriors with a 1-2 record for the…

Warriors win a pair

Warriors win a pair

12/14/13 PORTLAND — Walla Walla Community College’s women’s basketball team improved its record to 5-2 here Saturday afternoon with a 67-58 victory over Portland. The Warriors opened a three-game weekend road trip with a 66-51 win over the George Fox junior varsity on Friday night. Post MeShel Rad tallied a game-high 22 points in Saturday’s…

Warrior Women Sink Saints

Warrior Women Sink Saints

Walla Walla, WA. – Five players scored in double digits for the Warriors who defeated the Mt. Hood Saints 95-53. Freshman guard Bailey Nygaard led all scorers with 16 points while MeShel Rad and Karli McHone added 13 points for the Warriors (2-2). Freshman Lainey Corbett also led the Warriors with 4 assists.  Walla Walla…

Penguins’ shooting downs Warriors

YAKIMA — Walla Walla equaled or exceeded Clark in nearly every statistical category here Sunday during the final day of the Yakima Valley College season-opening women’s basketball tournament. Shooting percentage was the one area where the Warriors fell short, and it proved to be decisive in the 73-62 Penguins victory. Clark fired away at 55…

WWCC women take experience to NWAACCs

WWCC women take experience to NWAACCs

WALLA WALLA — Bobbi Hazeltine professes to be superstitious when it comes to some things — broken mirrors and black cats, perhaps — but not necessarily the number 13. At least not where her Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team is concerned. The Warriors will be making their 13th consecutive appearance in the NWAACC…

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