• Jackson nominated for AFCA Good Works Team
    July 20, 2017
    Puget Sound incoming junior Dwight Jackson was nominated for the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Allstate Good Works Team. The Logger football program earned a nomination for the fourth consecutive year: Brett Pilling '17 (2016), Misha Gordon '16 (2015), Max Mirande '15 (2014).
  • Hall-of-Famer Peterson continues softball career as an umpire
    July 13, 2017
    Erin Peterson mashed 23 home runs, drove 183 runs, and batted .380 during her four years (1997-00) with the Puget Sound softball program. She was named a First-Team All-American in 1999. Following her undergraduate studies, Peterson remained with the Loggers as an assistant coach (2001-04) while she attended the School of Physical Therapy at Puget Sound.
  • 2017 Fall Sports Check-In Information
    July 11, 2017
    Puget Sound is excited to welcome its fall sports teams back to campus in August!
  • New Puget Sound smartphone wallpaper and lock screens
    July 06, 2017
    Update your smartphone with the newest Logger wallpaper and lock screens!
  • Kushiyama coaches U.S. team in Spain
    June 29, 2017
    Before pacing in front of the home bench in Memorial Fieldhouse, Puget Sound women's basketball first-year head coach Casey Kushiyama was at the helm of a U.S. women's team in Spain.
  • Williams-Krebs nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year
    June 27, 2017
    Grayson Williams-Krebs '17 has been nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year, the NCAA announced Tuesday.
  • Registration is open for 2017 Little Loggers Camp
    The 2017 Little Loggers Camp is July 10-13. Register today!
  • Logger swim teams earn CSCAA All-Academic honors
    June 21, 2017
    Both Puget Sound swim teams earned All-Academic honors from the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA), the CSCAA announced this week.
  • Johnson earns CRCA All-American nod
    June 14, 2017
    Zuri Johnson was named to the All-America Second Team, the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association announced this week.
  • Underclassman duo highlights 2017 outdoor season
    June 13, 2017
    A pair of underclassman had remarkable performances during the 2017 Puget Sound outdoor track & field season. Sophomore Emery Bradlina and freshman Matt Wells broke into the Puget Sound record books, and Bradlina competed on the national stage this spring.
  • Young Logger boats raced well against top competition
    June 08, 2017
    Backed by a new training facility and a focus on creating strong team culture, Puget Sound men's and women's crew competed well against all levels of competition during the 2017 season.
  • Logger baseball made strides on the mound, in the field in 2017
    June 07, 2017
    The 2017 Puget Sound baseball team made strides on the mound and in the field, but the offense scuttled as the Loggers finished the season with a 14-24 (7-17 NWC) record.
  • Puget Sound Hall-of-Famer Randy Hanson honored by NWC
    June 06, 2017
    Former women's soccer head coach and Puget Sound Hall-of-Famer Randy Hanson received the Northwest Conference Distinguished Service Award, the NWC announced this week.
  • Upperclassmen lead Logger lacrosse in 2017
    June 05, 2017
    The Puget Sound lacrosse team was led by upperclassman during the 2017 season. The Loggers placed five players on the All-Northwest Conference Second Team, all of whom were juniors or seniors.
  • Logger softball continues to progress in 2017
    June 01, 2017
    The Puget Sound softball team used the 2017 season to prove that they are a team to be reckoned with in the Northwest Conference. The Loggers started the season 5-4, and ultimately won their final game of the season against rival Pacific Lutheran, while improving on their win total from a year ago.
  • Bild honored by Arthur Ashe, Jr. Award
    May 31, 2017
    Women's tennis captain Tresa Bild was recognized by the Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports-Scholar Award (presented by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education), with a certificate "for outstanding academic & athletic achievement."
  • Van den Berg, Rajczak highlight 2017 golf season
    May 30, 2017
    Jeremy Van den Berg earned All-Northwest Conference honors and Colin Rajczak flirted with the Logger's record books during the 2017 Puget Sound golf season.
  • Diebold shares final thoughts on trip to China
    May 30, 2017
    As a crew, we were said when we woke up this morning and boarded the plane in Shanghai headed back to Seattle. As I look back and reflect on this past week, I realize that it truly was an experience of a lifetime, and we are all so blessed to have the opportunity to take part in such an amazing trip.
  • Bradlina sets personal record on the national stage
    May 26, 2017
    Emery Bradlina set a personal record on the national stage, but the sophomore fell just short of qualifying for the 800-m finals in the NCAA D-III Outdoor Track & Field Championships at the SPIRE Institute on Friday.
  • Maday shares behind-the-scenes look at Loggers' win in Shanghai
    May 26, 2017
    During this trip we've seen some of the most amazing things we will ever see in our lives. From the Great Wall to the Forbidden City, we've seen things we will never forget. We came to China for two reasons: cultural education, and to help show how American Football should be played. This is how I saw the game, even though I didn't play.
  • Women's tennis makes great strides with eight wins in 2017
    May 25, 2017
    From youthful talent to senior leadership, the Puget Sound women's tennis program took great strides in 2017. The Loggers finished the season with eight wins in 2017, following consecutive two-win seasons in 2016 and 2015.
  • From Beijing to Shanghai, the Max Richman story
    May 24, 2017
    We had an early morning as we had to drop our bags off at the hotel lobby by 6:15 a.m., and we left for the train station at 7 a.m. On the way to the Beijing train station, we were given a history lesson on the importance of the Grand Canal in Beijing. At 1,100 miles long, the Grand Canal is the longest canal in the world, 20 times the length of Panama Canal. An impressive feat for a canal built 1,500 years ago.
  • Johnson, Loggers embrace Chinese tradition
    May 23, 2017
    So far I've had a great time in Beijing, and I'm very thankful that I got the opportunity to come here.
  • Bradlina, Wells earn USTFCCCA All-West Region honors
    May 22, 2017
    Sophomore Emery Bradlina and freshman Matt Wells were both named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-West Region Team, the USTFCCCA announced Monday.
  • Wiley, Loggers visit 2008 Summer Olympics sites
    May 22, 2017
    Visiting China has been a phenomenal experience, and I'm very fortunate and grateful for the opportunity!
  • Bradlina qualifies for NCAA D-III Championships
    May 22, 2017
    Sophomore Emery Bradlina qualified for the 2017 NCAA D-III Women's Outdoor Track & Field Championships, the NCAA recently announced. Bradlina will race for a national title in the 800-m at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. Preliminaries are Friday, May 26, and finals are scheduled for Saturday, May 27.
  • Zabran and teammates learn and practice a new language
    May 19, 2017
    From the moment we got on the bus, it feels we have been the center of attention at every location. It was crazy to see the sense of curiosity and awe in the eyes of the locals as we explored Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Everywhere we went people stopped what they were doing to turn and look at us. Many of them tried to sneak pictures of us. We could tell when pictures were being taken and we would pose for them, which the locals loved and laughed at. Most of the time the locals walked up to us and point to one of their friends / family members holding a phone, which is their way of communicating that they want a picture. I wonder what they do with all the photos they take with us.
  • Blair, Loggers learn from Iowa in China
    May 18, 2017
    After a long day of travel, a nice family style dinner, and good night of sleep, the anticipation of the first full day was high. We all filed into breakfast at different times, each with differing levels of expectations, but the same level of excitement. After a crash course in Mandarin from our fearless tour guide named Iowa (yes, like the state), a few student-athletes wanted to try their hand in speaking the native language. A couple of football players trying to speak a new language in a new country after a quick lesson on a bus, that went about as well as you would expect it. After breakfast, we hopped in the bus and were off to Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City.
  • Washam shares early experiences of the trip to China
    May 17, 2017
    Max Washam is one of 27 Puget Sound football student-athletes traveling to China (May 15-23), where the Loggers will learn the culture, lead youth football clinics, and compete against the Shanghai Knights (2017 American Football League of China Champions). Washam shares the Loggers' early portion of the trip to China.
  • Fortune, Noren honored by Tacoma Athletic Commission
    May 15, 2017
    The Tacoma Athletic Commission (TAC) recently honored Hans Fortune '17 and Alexis Noren '17 during its annual banquet. TAC recognized the most outstanding collegiate student-athletes in Tacoma for the 2015-16 academic year. Pierce College, Tacoma Community College, and Pacific Lutheran were also recognized.
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