Holdsworth sprints his way to GNAC Track Athlete of the Week honors
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.
MONMOUTH — The official start to the 2019 season arrives for the Western Oregon University cross country teams when they will host the Ash Creek Invitational this coming Friday at the Ash Creek Preserve on the WOU campus.
Wes Pifer was attracted to the head coaching position for the mens basketball team at Western Oregon University because of its winning tradition.
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