Seniors Mckenna Johnson and Jessica Shimoda played in their final games with the Puget Sound softball as the Loggers concluded their 2019 season with a couple of home games against Pacific Lutheran Saturday afternoon. The Lutes won both games, 10-4 and 11-1.
The Puget Sound men’s varsity-eight defended its Rainier Cup title Saturday morning, beating out boats from Pacific Lutheran and Lewis & Clark. Meanwhile, the Puget Sound women placed second in the Northwest Conference Championships.
The Puget Sound tennis teams honor four seniors this weekend in the Tennis Pavilion. Nicole Bouche, Kyla Richards, Ben Colson, and Riley Inn are each competing in the Tennis Pavilion for the last time with the Loggers. The Logger women host Bellevue College Friday evening, and the men host Pacific Lutheran Saturday, April 20, at 10 a.m.
The Puget Sound men’s and women’s track & field teams prepare for the final meet before the Northwest Conference Championships, as the Loggers head to Portland for the Lewis & Clark Invitational, April 20.
The Puget Sound softball team rounds out its 2019 season with a home-and-road series against Pacific Lutheran, April 19-20. The Loggers play two games at PLU Friday, starting at 2 p.m. Puget Sound then hosts the Lutes for the final two games of 2019, starting at 12 p.m.
The 2018-19 Puget Sound men’s and women’s swim seasons culminated in five Northwest Conference titles, 21 All-NWC honors, and Kelli Callahan’s second consecutive season as the NWC’s Women’s Swimmer of the Year.
Matt Wells ran the Northwest Conference’s fastest 110m hurdles during Jay Hammer Meet hosted by St. Marin’s (April 13), and the Puyallup, Washington native has been named the Logger Club Logger of the Week.
After starting the match by winning two out of three doubles matches, the Puget Sound women’s tennis team was swept in singles competition as the Loggers lost to Whitman, 7-2, in the Tennis Pavilion Sunday. The Logger men lost on the road against Blues, 9-0.
Kelsie Sullivan was dominant in the circle for the Puget Sound softball team, striking out a career-high 10 batters in the first game of a doubleheader at Willamette Saturday afternoon. However, the Loggers lost the first game, 3-1.
The Puget Sound women’s tennis team vaulted into second place in the Northwest Conference after beating Whitworth, 7-2, in the Tennis Pavilion Saturday. The Logger men lost on the road at Whitworth, 9-0.