Itemizer-ObserverMONMOUTH - Derek Holdsworth might be a new face on Western Oregon University’s track and field team, but he’s already establishing himself as someone to watch for.On Feb. 1, he secured a first-place finish in the 800-meters race at the University of Washington indoor track a…
MONMOUTH — Coming off of a historic 2019 season, the Western Oregon University football team is set for another challenging schedule in 2020. The Wolves will play five home games and will open the season with a Division I opponent playing at the University of Idaho, and will later face Divis…
PORTLAND — For the second time this indoor season, Derek Holdsworth has taken home Great Northwest Athletic Conference Track Athlete of the Week accolades after his record-breaking effort in the 800 helped him to the GNAC award on Monday.
Itemizer-ObserverMONMOUTH — After taking the lead in the first half, the Western Oregon University Wolves men’s basketball team came out stumbling in the second half to give the 87-82 victory to the Northwest Nazarene Nighthawks.The Wolves opened with explosive start to the game, jumping out…
WOU football player named to All-America honorable mention teamMONMOUTH — Senior offensive lineman Joseph Gonzales secured another postseason accolade, this time being named to the D2Football.com All-America honorable mention team.The 6-foot-6, 315-pound lineman from Springfield, Ore., recen…
MONMOUTH — The Western Oregon University women’s basketball team has two goals for this season: Tally up more wins than losses, and make it to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championships.
MONMOUTH — Out of the four years Justin Crosswhite has been with the Western Oregon University Wolves cross-country team, this season sticks out to him the most.
The Wolves football team made history on Saturday by clinching its share of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championship title for the first time in program history after a 23-21 victory against Azusa Pacific.
MONMOUTH — It’s been a few years since the Western Oregon University Wolves women’s soccer team has been ranked third overall in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference and first for shutouts.
MONMOUTH — The men’s and women’s cross-country teams at Western Oregon University each grabbed fifth place in their second home meet of the season, racing against 11 other teams at the Ash Creek Preserve in Monmouth.
MONMOUTH — Shooting one goal early in the first half, the Western Oregon University Wolves women’s soccer team held off Hawaii Pacific University with a strong defensive line to shut the Sharks down for a 1-0 win on the Wolves’ home turf.
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