Metzgar-Deacon accepts honor
MONMOUTH — It was a moment 17 years in the making.
Western Oregon defeats Northwest Nazarene twice on Saturday
BILLINGS, Mont. — After a 3-2 loss to Northwest Nazarene to open the Great Northwest Athletic Conference baseball tournament on Thursday, Western Oregon’s season stood on the brink. The Wolves would have to win three games over the next day and a half to win the conference title. One loss and WOU’s season would come to an end.
NEW ORLEANS — Six members of the Western Oregon track and field team were named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-region team on Monday.
MONMOUTH — The Western Oregon track and field team took home four individual titles at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Friday and Saturday.
MONMOUTH — On Saturday morning, mere hours from learning his NFL fate, Western Oregon senior Tyrell Williams hit the field. Not a football field, however.
INDEPENDENCE — All Central High graduate Grant Hedrick wanted was a shot to prove himself.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Western Oregon’s bid for a repeat title fell short at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference softball championships last week.
Wolves to face Northwest Nazarene, Montana State Billings on Thursday
MONMOUTH — The time for talk is over. Western Oregon’s baseball team enters the Great Northwest Athletic Conference baseball championships as the second seed.
Western Oregon turns to alumnus to lead program forward
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon University Athletic Director Barbara Dearing announced the hiring of WOU alumnus Jim Shaw as the men’s basketball head coach on Monday.
BILLINGS, Mont. — In what turned out to be Western Oregon’s softball team’s final regular season games, the Wolves clinched the fourth and final spot to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference softball championships on Friday.
Amanda Evola * Rebeka Preston
Wolves sweep Central Washington in key conference showdown Saturday
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon senior Amanda Evola knew playing her final home games would be a bittersweet moment. But she wasn’t about to let it affect her mindset, or her team.
Jourdan Williams * Kayley Sayer
Western Oregon looks to clinch Great Northwest Athletic Conference title
MONMOUTH — As Western Oregon’s baseball team rested between games against Saint Martin’s on Sunday afternoon, senior Garret Harpole was all smiles.
MONMOUTH — Freshman Cody Warner swept the men’s 100- and 200-meter runs for the fourth time this season to lead the Wolves’ track and field team.