August 21, 2012

ALL SPORTS: 17th Sports Hall of Fame Class to be Inducted at George Fox on Sept. 15

NEWBERG, Ore. – Three outstanding male athletes, an entire team of female athletes, and the “voice” of Bruin athletics make up the George Fox University Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2012, the 17th group selected by the GFU Sports Hall of Fame Committe, which will be inducted in ceremonies on the Newberg campus on Saturday, Sept. 15.

Forming the Class of 2012 are athletes Rob Wunder (men’s basketball 1972-74), Ryan Muñoz (1995-98), and Jon Newkirk (football, track and field, basketball and baseball 1962-66), the 1996 women’s track and field team, and long-time public address announcer and master of ceremonies Jim Jackson for meritorious service.

The festivities will begin with the induction ceremony at 3:00 p.m. in the Bauman Auditorium.  A reception for the inductees will follow at 4:30 p.m. in the Duke Atrium of the Stevens Center.  This is the second year in a row that the Sports Hall of Fame ceremonies to be held in the fall after the first 15 inductions were conducted during the winter.

The induction ceremony is free, but tickets will be required for the reception.  Tickets are $13 for adults and $8 for children 12 and under.  Advance tickets may be purchased from the George Fox department of athletics, which will be mailed if purchased far enough in advance, but will otherwise be available at the door in Bauman Auditorium on the day of the ceremonies.  To purchase tickets, register online, or contact Mary Monahan in the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 503-554-2134 or via e-mail at mmonahan@georgefox.edu.

Induction Ceremony Online Registration

2012 GEORGE FOX SPORTS HALL OF FAME

ROB WUNDER

Men’s Basketball 1972-74

Rob Wunder, a 6-5 forward/center, had one of the finest two-year careers of anyone to wear a George Fox uniform as he led the Bruins to two NAIA district playoffs in 1972-74 and earned two team MVP awards. The Seattle native averaged 16.2 points per game, 7.9 rebounds and 2.3 assists over his two seasons, finishing with 991 career points, 485 rebounds and 141 assists. At the time, those career totals ranked him second in rebounds, third in points, and fourth in assists in the Bruins’ NAIA history. In 1973, while averaging 13.7 points a game with a team-leading 265 rebounds, he led the Bruins to road wins over Linfield and Pacific in the district playoffs and to the NAIA National Tournament for the first time ever while earning NAIA District 2 honorable mention honors. In his senior year, he averaged a team-leading 18.9 points per game to finish with 567 points – at that time the most any Bruin had ever scored in a season. He was named to the All-NAIA District 2 First Team, the Little All-Northwest First Team (including all small college athletes) as voted on by a panel of 35 sportswriters, and was honorable mention for the United Press International All-West Coast Team, one of only three small-college players to receive that recognition on a team dominated by Division I athletes. While serving as an assistant coach for the Bruins in 1974-75, he completed his degree in physical education. He is a former Bruin Club committee member.

RYAN MUÑOZ

Baseball 1995-99

A fleet-footed center fielder and three-time team captain, left-handed swinging Ryan Muñoz led the NAIA in single-season hits (75) and runs (62) in 1999.  He established George Fox baseball records for career hits (257), runs (173), and at bats (693), and for single-season stolen bases (29). He set or tied career records for triples (8) and stolen bases (70), season records for hits (75) and runs (62), and single-game records of six hits (twice) and four stolen bases that have since been broken. He was caught stealing only three times in his career, an incredible .959 percentage. On other all-time charts, he stands fifth in total bases (336), 11th in walks (65), tied for 11th in doubles (36), 12th in batting (.371), and tied for 15th in runs batted in (107). He was honorable mention All-Cascade Conference as a freshman, then was named First Team All-Northwest Conference in 1996, 1997 and 1999 after missing all of 1998 with an injury. He is the Bruins’ co-record holder for at bats (7) in a game, and as a senior hit six home runs as the Bruins’ leadoff hitter. A right-hander when pitching, the Aloha, Ore., native also produced a 12-8 record with fives saves on the mound, tying for fifth all-time in saves and 15th in wins while ranking 12th in innings pitched (159.0).

JON NEWKIRK

1962-66 Football, Track & Field, Basketball, Baseball

At 5-8, Jon Newkirk was, pound for pound, one of the best athletes ever to don the George Fox colors. A natural who was blessed with speed, quickness, toughness and intelligence, he starred in football and track and field, played varsity basketball, and played one year of baseball  A stalwart on the football team from 1962-65, he played both offense and defense, taking part in almost every down for four years. He was a starting quarterback and occasional wide receiver on offense, and played safety on defense. He was elected as team captain all four years. In track, Jon held school records in the 880, the mile, and the two-mile run, according to Hall of Fame track coach Rich Allen. Since graduating, his career and life have exemplified what it means to be a George Fox graduate. He was a conscientious objector for two years during the Vietnam War, and spent most of his time in Southeast Asia conducting relief work operations. He later worked in New York assisting farmers and implementing farmers’ rights legislation. He has a PhD from Washington State University, and recently retired as a professor and agricultural economist from WSU.

1996 WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD

Led by seven NAIA All-Americans and 16 All-Northwest Conference performances, the 1996 George Fox women’s track and field team finished third in the conference and went on to an eighth-place finish in the NAIA National Championships. Two Bruins – Nancy Rissmiller in the high jump and Becci Harper with a school-record 156-11 in the javelin – were national champions. Kristin Oelrich, Liz Stephens, Rissmiller and Amy Redenius finished fourth in the 4x400 while setting a school record of 3:47.50. Stephens took fourth in the 400 hurdles and set the school record of 1:01.29 in the preliminaries. Leah Johanson in the javelin and Dawn Hartwig in the 3,000 each earned All-America honors with sixth-place finishes. Sharla Rhoades set a school record during the season with a 35-7.25 in the triple jump. All-NWC performers included Stephens in the 400 hurdles; Rissmiller in the half mile and high jump; Harper in the javelin; Redenius in the 100 and 200; Oelrich in the 400; Angela Linder in the 10,000; Oelrich, Heidi Haley, Rissmiller and Redenius in the 4x100; and Oelrich, Stephens, Rissmiller and Redenius in the 4x400.

Team members: Head coach Wes Cook, assistant coach John Luccio, assistant coach Scott Brown, assistant coach Dave Guzman, Karen Baltz, Rachel Barrong, Brooke Barton, Stephanie Bates, Stacy Baugh, Emily Bergman, Heidi Bergman, Celeste Beringer, Rima Butler, Cherish Carrol, Stephanie Castillo, Jennifer Christiansen, Heather Davis, Kara Erickson, Alexis Fernandez, Ellen Friberg, Heidi Haley, Becci Harper, Dawn Hartwig, Ruth Hinds, Leah Johanson, Jarae Kauffman, Keelie Keown, Rachel Lewis, Angela Linder, Debresha McDaniel, Alisha Mulkey, Kristin Oelrich, Rachel Powell, Julie Puckett, Amy Redenius, Sharla Rhoades, Nancy Rissmiller, Robin Ross, Jamie Schoepke, Dawn Sherman, Liz Stephens, Christa Sumner, Sandy Taylor, Rebekah Ulmer, Abby Vanlandingham, Val Vanlandingham, Micki Vargas.

JIM JACKSON

Meritorious Service

The “voice” of George Fox athletics almost continuously since 1975, Jim Jackson is a proven fan and a valued resource for staff, administration, players, coaches, alumni, students and fans of George Fox athletics. While a student-athlete on the soccer team, he began volunteering as an on-field course clerk and head finish line judge for home track meets. Upon graduation in 1974, he found an additional niche as an announcer for track and field and basketball. In 1986, he moved to Kansas to continue working in Christian higher education, but quickly picked up his role as volunteer again for track and field and as announcer for the men’s varsity basketball games with his return in 1990. While working first in student financial aid and later in development, he has become a fixture at Bruin home games, reliably and consistently filling the announcer’s chair, welcoming fans to the contests, giving a dynamic story of the game, and sending fans and students home at game’s end with a encouraging word and a welcome to the next home game. He has served as the narrator for several athletic development projects, including building new athletic fields and facilities. He also has emceed several on-campus activities such as graduation and fundraising events.

4:00 PM April 24
Baseball
vs. Corban
2:00 pm April 25
Track & Field
Northwest Conference Championships
@ Tacoma, Wash.
TBA April 25
Men's Tennis
vs. 113th Ojai (Calif) Tennis Tournament
@ Ojai, Calif.
10:30 am April 26
Track & Field
Northwest Conference Championships
@ Tacoma, Wash.
April 26
Women's Golf
NWC Championship
@ Oreon Golf Association Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore.
April 26
Men's Golf
NWC Championship
@ Oregon Golf Association Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore.
TBA April 26
Men's Tennis
vs. 113th Ojai (Calif) Tennis Tournament
@ Ojai, Calif.
TBA April 26
Men's Tennis
vs. Northwest Conference Tournament
@ TBA
1:00 PM April 26
Baseball
at Corban
4:00 PM April 26
Baseball
at Corban
April 27
Women's Golf
NWC Championship
@ Oreon Golf Association Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore.
April 27
Men's Golf
NWC Championship
@ Oregon Golf Association Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore.
TBA April 27
Men's Tennis
vs. 113th Ojai (Calif) Tennis Tournament
@ Ojai, Calif.
TBA April 27
Men's Tennis
vs. Northwest Conference Tournament
@ TBA
TBA May 02
Track & Field
Pacific Twilight
@ Forest Grove, Ore.
5:00 PM May 02
Baseball
at Linfield
3:30 PM May 04
Baseball
vs. Linfield
TBA May 09
Track & Field
Oregon Twilight
@ Eugene, Ore.
10:00 am May 10
Track & Field
Linfield Open
@ McMinnville, Ore.
TBA May 12
Track & Field
Whitworth Final Qualifier
@ Spokane, Wash.
TBA May 13
Track & Field
Whitworth Final Qualifier
@ Spokane, Wash.
May 13
Women's Golf
NCAA D-III National Championship
@ Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
May 14
Women's Golf
NCAA Div-III National Championship
@ Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
May 15
Women's Golf
NCAA D-III National Champioship
@ Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
May 16
Women's Golf
NCAA D-III National Championship
@ Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla.
TBA May 22
Track & Field
NCAA D-III Outdoor National Championships
@ Delaware, Ohio
TBA May 23
Track & Field
NCAA D-III Outdoor National Championships
@ Delaware, Ohio
Final April 19
Baseball
L, 8-2 vs. Linfield
Final April 19
Women's Tennis
L, 7-2 vs. Puget Sound
moved to Tualatin Hills TC, same time, due to wet courts
Final April 19
Men's Tennis
W, 9-0 at Puget Sound
TBA April 19
Track & Field
Men 1st of 10, Women 6th of 9 Lewis & Clark Invitational
@ Portland, Ore.
Final April 18
Women's Tennis
L, 7-2 vs. Pacific Lutheran
Final April 18
Men's Tennis
W, 8-1 at Pacific Lutheran
Final April 18
Baseball
L, 12-3 vs. Linfield
Final April 18
Baseball
W, 4-1 vs. Linfield
TBA April 18
Track & Field
Day 1 Lewis & Clark Invitational
@ Portland, Ore.
Final April 15
Men's Tennis
L, 8-1 at Pacific (Ore.)
10:00 am April 15
Track & Field
Day 2 Northwest Conference Multi-Events
@ Salem, Ore.
10:00 am April 14
Track & Field
Day 1 Northwest Conference Multi-Events
@ Salem, Ore.
Final April 13
Women's Lacrosse
W, 21-3 vs. Loras
@ Tacoma, Wash. (at Puget Sound)
Final April 13
Softball
L, 8-3 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final April 13
Baseball
L, 3-2 at Pacific Lutheran
Final April 13
Softball
W, 3-0 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
April 13
Women's Golf
1st of 5 Willamette Invitational
@ Broken Top Golf Course in Bend, Ore.
April 13
Men's Golf
7th of 7 Willamette Invitational
@ Broken Top Golf Course in Bend, Ore.
Final April 12
Baseball
W, 8-0 at Pacific Lutheran
Final April 12
Softball
L, 5-1 at Pacific (Ore.)
Final April 12
Baseball
L, 6-5 at Pacific Lutheran
Final April 12
Softball
L, 7-6 at Pacific (Ore.)
TBA April 12
Track & Field
Final Pacific Luau
@ Forest Grove, Ore.
April 12
Women's Golf
1st of 5 Willamette Invitational
@ Broken Top Golf Course in Bend, Ore.
April 12
Men's Golf
7th of 7 Willamette Invitational
@ Broken Top Golf Course in Bend, Ore.
Final April 11
Softball
L, 2-1 vs. Lewis & Clark
makeup from 4/3 rainout
Final April 11
Women's Tennis
W, 5-4 at Willamette
Final April 11
Men's Tennis
W, 8-1 vs. Willamette
Final April 09
Softball
W, 9-2 at Willamette
makeup from Mar. 2
Final April 09
Softball
W, 14-5 at Willamette
makeup from Mar. 2
Final April 08
Women's Lacrosse
W, 15-5 vs. Linfield
Final April 06
Baseball
W, 8-0 vs. Puget Sound
Final - 9 innings April 06
Softball
W, 6-5 vs. Puget Sound
Final April 06
Baseball
W, 9-0 vs. Puget Sound
Final - 5 innings April 06
Softball
W, 10-0 vs. Puget Sound
Final April 06
Men's Tennis
L, 9-0 vs. Whitman
2 p.m. at Club Green Meadows if wet
April 06
Women's Golf
1st of 9 NWC Spring Classic
@ Canyon Lakes Golf Course in Kennewick, Wash.
April 06
Men's Golf
9th of 9 NWC Spring Classic
@ Canyon Lakes Golf Course, Kennewick, Wash.
Final April 05
Baseball
W, 9-0 vs. Puget Sound
Final April 05
Softball
L, 2-0 vs. Pacific Lutheran
Final April 05
Women's Tennis
L, 9-0 at Whitworth
Final April 05
Men's Tennis
W, 8-1 vs. Whitworth
at The Courthouse, Salem, Ore.
10:00 am April 05
Track & Field
Final Jenn Boyman Memorial Invitational
@ McMinnville, Ore.
April 05
Women's Golf
1st of 9 NWC Spring Classic
@ Canyon Lakes Golf Course in Kennewick, Wash.
April 05
Men's Golf
9th of 9 NWC Spring Classic
@ Canyon Lakes Golf Course, Kennewick, Wash.
Final - 7 innings April 04
Softball
L, 3-0 vs. Pacific Lutheran
@ McMinnville, Ore. (Linfield)
moved up from 4/5 in anticipation of weather
Final - 7 innings April 04
Softball
L, 6-5 vs. Pacific Lutheran
@ McMinnville, Ore. (Linfield)
makeup from Feb. 23
Final April 04
Women's Lacrosse
W, 12-11 at Puget Sound
East Field
Final April 04
Women's Tennis
L, 9-0 at Whitman
TBA April 04
Track & Field
Final San Francisco State Carnival
@ San Francisco, Calif.
Final April 02
Women's Lacrosse
L, 12-9 at Pacific (Ore.)
Final March 30
Softball
L, 10-4 at Whitworth
Final March 30
Baseball
W, 5-0 at Whitworth
Final March 30
Softball
L, 5-0 at Whitworth
March 30
Women's Golf
1st of 9 Cal-Santa Cruz Invitational
@ Pacific Grove Golf Links in Pacific Grove, Calif.
Final March 29
Baseball
W, 14-2 at Whitworth
Final March 29
Softball
L, 8-6 at Whitworth
Final March 29
Baseball
W, 10-4 at Whitworth
Final March 29
Softball
W, 1-0 at Whitworth
10:30 am March 29
Track & Field
Final Westmont Collegiate Classic
@ Santa Barbara, Calif.
March 29
Women's Golf
1st of 9 Cal-Santa Cruz Invitational
@ Pacific Grove Golf Links in Pacific Grove, Calif.
Final March 27
Softball
W, 10-4 vs. Lewis & Clark
@ Hoodview Park, Happy Valley, Ore.
Makeup from 3/8
Final March 27
Softball
W, 8-1 vs. Lewis & Clark
@ Hoodview Park, Happy Valley, Ore.
Makeup from 3/8
Final March 25
Women's Lacrosse
L, 16-6 vs. Colorado Mesa
Final March 25
Softball
W, 8-0 vs. St. Olaf
@ Tucson, Ariz.
Tucson Invitational Games
Final - 5 innings March 25
Softball
W, 8-0 vs. St. Olaf
@ Tucson, Ariz.
Tucson Invitational Games
Final March 24
Women's Tennis
L, 7-2 vs. Hamilton
@ Orlando, Fla. (Lake Cane TC)
Final March 24
Softball
W, 5-4 vs. St. Olaf
@ Tucson, Ariz.
Tucson Invitational Games
Final March 24
Softball
W, 16-5 vs. Gustavus Adolphus
@ Tucson, Ariz.
Tucson Invitational Games
Final March 23
Women's Tennis
W, 7-2 vs. Hamline
@ Orlando, Fla. (Star Island Resort)
Final March 23
Women's Tennis
L, 5-4 vs. Luther
@ Orlando, Fla. (Lake Cane TC)
Final March 23
Baseball
L, 2-1 vs. Whitman
Final March 22
Baseball
W, 2-1 vs. Whitman
Final March 22
Softball
W, 11-5 vs. Chapman
@ Tucson, Ariz.
Tucson Invitational Games
Final March 22
Baseball
W, 9-3 vs. Whitman
Final March 22
Women's Tennis
L, 8-1 vs. Kalamazoo
@ Orlando, Fla. (Lake Cane TC)
Final March 22
Softball
L, 3-2 vs. Whittier
@ Tucson, Ariz.
TBA March 22
Track & Field
M 11th of 23, W 7th of 21 Ross & Sharon Irwin Collegiate Scoring
@ San Diego, Calif.
(at Pt. Loma Nazarene)
10:00 am March 22
Track & Field
M 12th of 18, W 12th of 15 at Lewis & Clark Spring Break Meet
Final March 20
Women's Tennis
W, 9-0 vs. Virginia Wesleyan
@ Orlando, Fla. (Lake Cane TC)
Final March 19
Women's Lacrosse
L, 17-6 vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Final March 18
Women's Lacrosse
W, 13-9 vs. Hope
Final March 16
Softball
W, 2-0 at Linfield
Final - 11 innings March 16
Baseball
L, 3-2 at Willamette
Final - 10 innings March 16
Softball
L, 1-0 at Linfield
Final March 15
Women's Lacrosse
L, 14-3 vs. Puget Sound
Final March 15
Baseball
L, 11-9 at Willamette
Final March 15
Softball
L, 3-0 vs. Willamette
Final March 15
Baseball
L, 8-2 at Willamette
Final March 15
Softball
L, 9-1 vs. Willamette
TBA March 15
Track & Field
Final NCAA D-III Indoor National Championships
@ Lincoln, Neb.
TBA March 15
Track & Field
Final Mt. Hood CC Saints Open
@ Gresham, Ore.
12:15 pm March 15
Women's Golf
2nd of 6 GF Westbrook Invitational
@ Westbrook Village Golf Course in Peoria, Ariz.
Final March 14
Women's Tennis
L, 8-1 at Linfield
TBA March 14
Track & Field
Final NCAA D-III Indoor National Championships
@ Lincoln, Neb.
10:00 am March 14
Track & Field
Final Boxer Combined Events
@ Forest Grove, Ore.
12:15 pm March 14
Women's Golf
2nd of 6 GF Westbrook Invitational
@ Westbrook Village Golf Course in Peoria, Ariz.
Final March 12
Women's Lacrosse
W, 14-12 vs. Southwestern (Texas)
Final March 12
Softball
W, 6-2 vs. Lewis & Clark
Makeup of game ppd. from 4/9
Final March 11
Men's Tennis
W, 6-3 vs. Hardin-Simmons
@ Rancho Mirage, Calif.
Rancho Las Palmas Tennis Club
Final March 10
Baseball
W, 3-0 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final - 11 innings March 09
Baseball
W, 1-0 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final March 09
Men's Tennis
W, 8-1 vs. Linfield
@ Rancho Mirage, Calif.
Rancho Las Palmas Tennis Club
Final March 09
Baseball
W, 2-1 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final March 09
Women's Tennis
W, 7-2 vs. College of Idaho
at Tualatin Hills TC, Beaverton, Ore.
March 09
Men's Golf
8th of 8 Puget Sound Invitational
@ Fircrest Golf Course in Fircrest, Wash.
Final March 08
Men's Tennis
W, 5-4 vs. California Tech
@ Indian Wells, CA - The Vintage Club
Final March 08
Women's Tennis
L, 6-3 at Pacific Lutheran
10:30 a.m. March 08
Track & Field
Men 1st of 3, Women 2nd of 3 Rich Allen Classic
(3-way with Linfield & Pacific)
March 08
Men's Golf
8th of 8 Puget Sound Invitational
@ Fircrest Golf Course in Fircrest, Wash.
Final March 07
Women's Basketball
L, 71-51 vs. Whitworth
@ Walla Walla, Wash.
NCAA Tournament First Round
Final March 07
Women's Tennis
L, 8-1 at Puget Sound
Final March 07
Men's Tennis
W, 9-0 vs. Puget Sound
at Club Green Meadows, Vancouver, Wash.
Final March 05
Women's Lacrosse
W, 15-4 at Linfield
Final March 04
Baseball
L, 6-3 at Lewis & Clark
Originally scheduled for 3/2
Final - OT March 03
Women's Lacrosse
L, 11-9 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final March 02
Men's Tennis
W, 6-3 at Whitworth
Cancelled March 02
Women's Golf
George Fox Kickoff
@ Oregon Golf Association Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore.
ppd., weather
March 02
Men's Golf
7th of 7 Pacific Lutheran Invitational
@ Tacoma, Wash.
Final March 01
Baseball
W, 6-1 at Lewis & Clark
Final - 9 innings March 01
Softball
L, 3-2 vs. Linfield
Final March 01
Women's Tennis
L, 9-0 vs. Whitman
at Tualatin Hills TC, Beaverton, Ore.
Final - 6 innings March 01
Softball
L, 10-2 vs. Linfield
Final March 01
Baseball
W, 8-0 at Lewis & Clark
Final March 01
Men's Tennis
L, 9-0 at Whitman
March 01
Women's Golf
1st of 5 George Fox Kickoff
@ Oregon Golf Association Golf Course in Woodburn, Ore.
March 01
Men's Golf
7th of 7 Pacific Lutheran Invitational
@ DuPont, Wash.
Final February 28
Women's Tennis
L, 8-1 vs. Whitworth
at Tualatin Hills TC, Beaverton, Ore.
Final February 27
Women's Basketball
L, 74-55 vs. Whitworth
Northwest Conference Tournament Semifinal
Final February 25
Women's Lacrosse
L, 9-8 vs. Alma
Final February 23
Women's Tennis
W, 5-4 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final February 23
Softball
W, 8-1 at Pacific Lutheran
Final February 23
Men's Tennis
W, 6-3 vs. Lewis & Clark
at Stafford Hills TC, Tualatin, Ore.
Final February 23
Baseball
W, 12-1 at Pomona-Pitzer
Final February 22
Men's Basketball
W, 86-78 vs. Willamette
Final February 22
Women's Basketball
W, 89-42 vs. Willamette
Final - 11 innings February 22
Baseball
W, 8-7 at Occidental
Final - 6 innings February 22
Softball
W, 12-0 at Puget Sound
Final - 5 innings February 22
Softball
W, 10-1 at Puget Sound
Final February 22
Baseball
W, 5-4 at Occidental
Final - OT February 21
Men's Basketball
L, 115-112 at Puget Sound
Final February 21
Women's Basketball
W, 74-61 at Puget Sound
Final February 21
Men's Tennis
W, 9-0 vs. Pacific Lutheran
at Club Green Meadows, Vancouver, Wash.
Final February 21
Women's Tennis
W, 5-4 at Lewis & Clark
Final February 21
Baseball
W, 7-0 at Occidental
Final February 18
Men's Basketball
W, 81-78 vs. Lewis & Clark
Postponed by snow from Feb. 8
Final February 18
Women's Basketball
W, 66-48 vs. Lewis & Clark
Postponed by snow from Feb. 8
Final - 5 innings February 18
Softball
W, 12-3 at Concordia (Texas)
Final February 18
Softball
W, 8-2 at Concordia (Texas)
Final - 7 innings February 16
Softball
W, 7-0 at Dallas
Final February 16
Baseball
W, 16-8 at Concordia-Portland
Cavalier Classic; ppd. by rain from 2/15
Final - 7 innings February 16
Softball
W, 8-1 at Dallas
Final February 16
Women's Tennis
W, 9-0 vs. Mills
@ Salem, Ore.
at The Courthouse
Final February 16
Baseball
W, 4-0 vs. College of Idaho
@ at Portland, Ore. (Concordia)
Cavalier Classic; makeup of 2/15 rainout
Final - OT February 15
Men's Basketball
L, 105-101 at Whitworth
Final February 15
Women's Basketball
L, 72-68 at Whitworth
Final February 15
Softball
W, 7-2 at Southwestern (Texas)
Final February 15
Softball
W, 13-4 at Southwestern (Texas)
Final February 14
Men's Basketball
W, 98-95 at Whitman
Final February 14
Women's Basketball
L, 51-46 at Whitman
Final February 14
Baseball
W, 12-3 vs. College of Idaho
@ Portland, Ore. (Concordia)
Cavalier Classic
Final February 11
Men's Basketball
L, 73-69 at Pacific (Ore.)
Postponed from Feb. 7 due to snow.
Final February 11
Women's Basketball
W, 87-66 at Pacific (Ore.)
Postponed from Feb. 7 due to snow.
Final February 09
Baseball
W, 11-9 vs. Whitman
@ Anthem, Ariz. (Boulder Creek HS)
Arizona Desert Classic
Final February 08
Baseball
L, 6-3 vs. La Verne
@ Anthem, Ariz. (Boulder Creek HS)
Arizona Desert Classic
Final February 08
Baseball
W, 12-1 vs. Redlands
@ Anthem, Ariz. (Boulder Creek HS)
Arizona Desert Classic
Final February 07
Baseball
W, 13-1 vs. Whittier
@ Goodyear, Ariz. (Desert Edge HS)
Arizona Desert Classic
Final February 01
Men's Basketball
W, 78-60 vs. Pacific Lutheran
Final February 01
Women's Basketball
W, 99-60 vs. Pacific Lutheran
Final February 01
Men's Tennis
L, 7-0 at Seattle
Final January 28
Men's Basketball
L, 74-72 at Linfield
Final January 28
Women's Basketball
W, 64-57 at Linfield
Final January 25
Men's Basketball
W, 89-77 vs. Puget Sound
Final January 25
Women's Basketball
W, 70-58 vs. Puget Sound
Final January 24
Men's Basketball
W, 96-93 at Willamette
Final January 24
Women's Basketball
W, 71-42 at Willamette
Final January 18
Men's Basketball
L, 93-69 vs. Whitman
Final January 18
Women's Basketball
L, 75-63 vs. Whitman
Final January 17
Men's Basketball
W, 98-85 vs. Whitworth
Final January 17
Women's Basketball
W, 59-56 vs. Whitworth
Final January 11
Men's Basketball
W, 80-68 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final January 11
Women's Basketball
W, 78-48 vs. Pacific (Ore.)
Final January 10
Men's Basketball
L, 79-78 at Lewis & Clark
Final January 10
Women's Basketball
W, 70-65 at Lewis & Clark
Final January 03
Men's Basketball
L, 72-64 at Pacific Lutheran
Final January 03
Women's Basketball
W, 70-43 at Pacific Lutheran
Final December 30
Women's Basketball
W, 82-58 at Trinity (Texas)
Trinity Christmas Classic
Final December 29
Women's Basketball
W, 92-51 vs. Howard Payne
@ San Antonio, Texas
Trinity Christmas Classic
Final December 28
Men's Basketball
L, 98-91 vs. Wisconsin-Platteville
@ South Point Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.
D3hoops.com Classic
Final December 27
Men's Basketball
W, 100-81 vs. Wisconsin-Superior
@ South Point Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.
D3hoops.com Classic