August 29, 2013

ALL SPORTS: 18th Sports Hall of Fame Class to be Inducted at George Fox on Sept. 14

NEWBERG, Ore. – Three athletes, a basketball coach from a century ago, the most successful women’s soccer team to date, and two loyal supporters who sent four children to compete for Bruin teams comprise the George Fox University Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2013, which will be inducted in ceremonies on the Newberg campus on Saturday, Sept. 14.

 

Forming the Class of 2013 are athletes Eric Bell (baseball 2001-03), Gary Blackmar (football, men’s basketball, and men’s track and field 1964-68), and Becci Harper (women’s basketball and women’s track & field 1995-1997), Coach Russell Lewis (men’s basketball 1913-14, 1915-21), Dr. Alvis & Barbara Forbes (meritorious service), and the 1998 women’s soccer team.  This will be the 18th group selected by the Sports Hall of Fame Committee. 

 

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 third year in a row for the Sports Hall of Fame ceremonies to be held in the fall; the first 15 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, and must be purchased in advance; there will be no ticket sales at the door.  Tickets will be mailed if purchased far enough in advance.  To purchase tickets, please contact Mary Monahan in the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations by calling 503-554-2131, or via e-mail at mmonahan@georgefox.edu.

 

GEORGE FOX UNIVERSITY SPORTS HALL OF FAME - CLASS OF 2013

 

ERIC BELL

Baseball 2001-03

 

One of the hardest-hitting players ever to don a Bruin baseball uniform, Eric Bell excelled both on the field and in the classroom for three years at George Fox.  He was a 2003 American Baseball Coaches Association / Rawlings NCAA Division III First Team All-American at first base and a First Team All-West Region first sacker in 2003 after earning Second Team All-West Region honors as a designated hitter in 2002.  A three-time First Team All-Northwest Conference player as a designated hitter in 2001-02 and at first in 2003, he was the NWC “Player of the Year” as a senior after batting .390 and ranking 8th nationally in home runs per game (0.39) and 19th in RBI per game (1.39).  In the NWC that season, he ranked 1st in RBI (61), home runs (17), and total bases (121), 2nd in runs (47), 3rd in batting average (.390), and 5th in doubles (13).  He was a Verizon / CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team and Academic All-District VIII selection in both 2002 and 2003.   In George Fox career stats, he ranks 2nd in home runs (36) and walks (91), 3rd in on-base pct. (.511), 4th in runs batted in (151) and slugging pct. (.743), 6th in total bases (324), 7th in batting average (.392) and doubles (45), 8th in hit by pitches (19), 13th in runs (127), 14th in hits (121) and 17th in at bats (436).

 

GARY BLACKMAR

Men’s Football, Basketball, Track and Field 1964-68

 

Gary Blackmar was one of the most versatile athletes ever to compete for the Bruins.  In football, he was named the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Back as a cornerback and Most Inspirational Player three straight years.  He served as team captain in 1967, and was invited to try out for the Canadian Football League’s Toronto Argonauts in 1968.  He was a four-year basketball player and three-time team captain for the Bruins as they moved into the NAIA in 1965.  He led the Bruins in scoring for three straight seasons (303 pts/10.8 ppg in 1965-66, 410 pts/15.8 ppg in 1966-67, and 321 pts./14.0 ppg in 1967-68), and was the leading rebounder in 1966-67 (295 reb/11.8 rpg).  He ranks 10th on the George Fox all-time list in rebounds (740 rebounds in 96 games, 7.7 rpg) and 18th in points (1,215 in 96 games, 12.7 ppg).  His rebounding average of 11.8 per game in 1966-67 ranks as the 7th-best average in a season.  He was the team’s Most Inspirational Player and was named to the Oregon Collegiate Conference All-Star Team as a senior.  In track and field, he led the team in points all four years and was named team MVP three times.  He established school records in the high jump (6-1) and the 110-yard high hurdles (15.1), both since broken. 

 

BECCI HARPER

Women’s Basketball/Track & Field 1995-1997

 

A two-sport star in women’s track and field and basketball at George Fox, Becci Harper became the third Bruin athlete to repeat as a national champion when she captured back-to-back javelin titles and All-America honors in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championships in 1996 and 1997.  She established the George Fox javelin record in 1996 with a throw of 156-11.  In basketball, she received honorable mention for All-Northwest Conference in 1995-96 and was an All-NWC First Team selection in 1996-97.  She scored the winning basket in the waning seconds as the Bruins upset the NAIA’s No. 1 ranked team, Western Oregon University, early in the 1995 season.  In her two seasons, she scored 706 points in 50 games (14.1 ppg), grabbed 450 rebounds (9.0 rpg), and made 64 three-point field goals, leading the team in that category both years.  

 

RUSSELL LEWIS

Coach, Men’s Basketball 1913-14, 1915-21

 

In six seasons of coaching, Russell Lewis posted the second-best winning percentage (.698) among all George Fox men’s basketball coaches.  Lewis’ teams went 44-19, starting with an 8-3 mark in 1913-14.  After relinquishing the reins of the program for a year, he returned to guide the Bruins to 11-2 and 10-2 records in 1915-16 and 1916-17.  His 1916-17 team beat Oregon State University 35-24 and captured the Willamette Valley League championship.  He closed out his coaching career with a 6-3 record in 1920-21 as the Bruins again won the WVL crown.  He was the head of the English department for more than 30 years (1912-35 and 1940-49).

 

DR. ALVIS & BARBARA FORBES

Meritorious Service

 

Dr. Alvis Forbes and his wife Barbara were loyal Bruin supporters who sent four children to George Fox who all became All-America and/or Academic All-America athletes: daughter Amy (volleyball, track and field 1997-2001), daughter Colleen (cross country, track and field 1998-2002), daughter Michelle (track and field 2000-04, assistant track and field coach 2005-12), and son Ryan (track and field 2005-09).  The Forbes regularly traveled from their home in Wyoming to watch the Bruins compete, never missing the numerous national championship meets in which their children participated.  He became an “unofficial” team doctor, assisting the George Fox athletic training staff in tending to the aches, pains, and unexpected injuries of the track team whenever needed.  A man who loved God, his family, athletics and George Fox University, it was his caring and giving nature to always offer a helping hand in whatever way he could.  A member of the U.S. military, the first place he went upon returning from the Middle East for the last time in 2005 was to a George Fox volleyball match to reunite with Ryan and Michelle.  The Forbes had planned to move to Newberg to become a permanent member of the community when Alvis unexpectedly passed away on Oct. 1, 2007, while on the way back to Wyoming from George Fox.

 

1998 WOMEN’S SOCCER

 

With an overall record of 15-4-2 and a second-place finish in the Northwest Conference at 11-3-2, the 1998 George Fox women’s soccer team established several school records.  The Bruins received an at-large bid to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Pacific Northwest Regional, becoming the first George Fox team to reach the regionals.  George Fox was ranked 10th in the NAIA at end of the regular season, the program’s highest ranking ever.  The team set school records for consecutive wins (7), consecutive games without a loss (14, with two ties), wins (15), winning percentage  (.762), fewest goals allowed (15), and shutouts (9).  Forward Karli Holub and defender Beth Liljenberg received NAIA All-America honorable mention.  Holub, Liljenberg and midfielder Sarah Bowder were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Northwest Region First Team, and forward Jen Overstreet was Second Team.  Holub, Liljenberg, and Bowder were All-NWC First Team selections, and defender April Sterhan was Second Team.  Holub set season records for goals (15) and points (37), and goalkeeper Meghan Gibson ranked 4th nationally with a school-record goals-against average (0.62) while setting a season record for shutouts (9).  Coach Byron Shenk was the Northwest Conference Coach of the Year and the NSCAA/Adidas NAIA West Region Coach of the Year.

 

Team members: Head coach Byron Shenk, assistant coach Tim Tsohantaridis, goalkeepers coach Todd Williams, Sarah Bowder, Shannon Clinton, Valerie Cole, Katrina Crabb, Megan Diefenbaugh, Meghan Gibson, Karli Holub, Ashleigh Hughes, Darla Imhausen, Beth Kahut, Beth Liljenberg, Kelly McCabe, Katie McCoy, Noelle Miller, Erin Oates, Jen Overstreet, April Sterhan, Annie Walsh, Kyla Yokers.

TBA April 18
Track & Field
Lewis & Clark Invitational
@ Portland, Ore.
12:00 PM April 18
Baseball
vs. Linfield
3:00 PM April 18
Baseball
vs. Linfield
3:30 PM April 18
Men's Tennis
at Pacific Lutheran
4:00 PM April 18
Women's Tennis
vs. Pacific Lutheran
TBA April 19
Track & Field
Lewis & Clark Invitational
@ Portland, Ore.
11:00 AM April 19
Women's Tennis
vs. Puget Sound
11:00 AM April 19
Men's Tennis
at Puget Sound
1:00 PM April 19
Baseball
vs. Linfield
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
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.
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
Final December 22
Women's Basketball
W, 86-46 vs. Simpson (Cal.)
Final December 21
Women's Basketball
W, 74-45 vs. California-Santa Cruz