The Puget Sound men’s golf team finished sixth and the Logger women placed seventh in the Northwest Conference Fall Classic, which concluded Sunday. Linfield hosted the two-day event at the Michelbrook Country Club.
A lot of the Puget Sound football team’s success through the first five games of the season can be attributed to its care for the football. However, during the season’s sixth game, Puget Sound committed five turnovers in a home loss to Pacific, 23-22, Saturday afternoon.
Colin Monaghan won’t slow down. For the fourth time in as many races, the Puget Sound men’s cross country freshman was the top NCAA D-III runner during the Lewis & Clark Invitational Saturday in McIver State Park.
The Puget Sound cross country teams compete in one final race before the Northwest Conference Championships as the Loggers travel to Estacada, Oregon for the Lewis & Clark Invitational, Saturday, Oct. 13, at McIver Park.
The Puget Sound volleyball team sets out to prove that its first half of the Northwest Conference season was no fluke when the Loggers travel to Oregon for matches at Linfield and George Fox this weekend.
The Puget Sound men’s and women’s golf teams are set to compete in the Northwest Conference Fall Classic at the Michelbrook Country Club in McMinnville, Oregon. The two-day event starts Saturday, Oct. 13, and ends Sunday, Oct. 14.
Shortly after being named the Northwest Conference Student-Athlete of the Week (defense), Teats decame the second Logger defensive back in as many weeks to be named to the D3football.com Team of the Week.
Zackary Teats is the sixth different Puget Sound football student-athlete this season to earn a Northwest Conference weekly award. The defensive back was named the NWC Student-Athlete of the Week for defense following the Loggers’ amazing comeback victory, 34-22, at Lewis & Clark (Oct. 6).
A game between the Northwest Conference’s top two offenses was decided by the Puget Sound defense. The Loggers forced six turnovers to erase a 20-point deficit and stun Lewis & Clark, 34-22, in Portland Saturday afternoon.
Down, but never out. After dropping the first set to Willamette, the Puget Sound volleyball team rallied to win three consecutive sets for a 3-1 (23-25, 25-13, 25-19, 25-20) victory over the Bearcats in Memorial Fieldhouse Friday night.